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Padre Football Podcast
Road to State: Season 2: Padres vs Archbishop Mitty Monarchs

Padre Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 36:45


The Serra Padres are headed to the Division 1 CCS Championships this Friday to play the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs. This isn't the first time that these two teams have met to battle it out for the title of champion. Hear how Head Coach Patrick Walsh is feeling about the game in this week's Serra High School Football Podcast: Road to State 2022.

Dan Snow's History Hit
Kings and Queens: Villains, Heroes and Rulers

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 31:21


Dan teams up with his parents and esteemed journalists Peter Snow and Ann MacMillan to explore the lives, loves, triumphs and disasters of a monarchy that is the envy of the world. They offer a unique insight into those born to rule, whether villains or heroes – from cruel King John and warrior-king Edward III to our own Elizabeth II: dutiful, discreet and the longest-reigning queen in the world.Their new book is called 'Kings and Queens: The Real Lives of Monarchs' Produced by Dan Snow and edited by Dougal Patmore. If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Beheaded
Special Edition: Interview with James Peacock from The Queen Anne Boleyn Society

Beheaded

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 41:07


We have a special guest! In this unique episode, we have the pleasure of chatting with the one and only James Peacock. James is the manager and founder of one of the most successful social media communities for all things regarding Anne Boleyn: The Queen Anne Boleyn Society. Not only does he run all of these platforms, but he is also a Palace Host at Hampton Court Palace, making him a top Queen Anne expert. Get to know James with us and hear from a true professional on our favorite subject. Enjoy!

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 41 - App State Review and South Alabama Preview with Doug Konkel

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 67:03 Transcription Available


Aaron, Mike, and Gary discuss the ODU football loss to Appalachian in Boone. The Monarchs lost Saturday's contest, 27-14, and Old Dominion moves to 3-8 on the season, 2-5 in conference play. After discussing the App State game, we turn the page to next week's game in Mobile versus South Alabama. Doug Konkel, publisher of JagsJungle.com ,the South Alabama Jaguars 24/7 Sports website joins us to give Monarch Nation some insight into the Jaguars.Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_BicepsFollow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCBFollow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliamsFollow Doug Konkel at https://twitter.com/DougKonkel For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/

The Monarchists
The Monarchists Basketball Show - Episode 3 - Jeff Jones and Ben Stanley - The Monarchists Basketball Show

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 48:28 Transcription Available


On the third episode of The Monarchists Basketball Show, we sit down with ODU Men's Basketball head coach Jeff Jones and senior forward Ben Stanley. Ben discusses his priorities on and off the court, how his time at Hampton and Xavier helps him at ODU, and so much more. With Coach, we review the team's road loss to Drexel and home victory over Virginia Wesleyan. We then preview the upcoming early season tournament, Charleston Classic, where the Monarchs start with Virginia Tech on Thursday at 2PM on ESPN2.For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/For basketball specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/mens-basketball/

JMU Sports Blog
Dukes (Finally) Destroy Monarchs and Coach O'Regan talks about exciting times at the AUBC!

JMU Sports Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 85:52


(0:06) First, we talk all things hoops with featured guest Basketball Head Coach Sean O'Regan. Spoiler - both teams have high hopes for March! This was a fascinating conversation covering the disappointment last year, some inside-baseball talk about scheduling, and early impressions of the Sun Belt from a non-football perspective. (52:00) Then we spend some time reveling in football's win in Norfolk that delivered something we didn't even know we needed so bad. And of course look ahead to an exciting last two games at home. Oh yeah, we'll be at Howard for Men's Hoops today so come by and say hi to the dork in the visor and the tall guy!

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 39 - JMU Review and Look Ahead w/ Craig Wilkins

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 56:59 Transcription Available


Aaron, Mike, and Gary are joined by ODU Football alum and ODU Sports Hall of Famer, LB Craig Wilkins, and discuss the ODU football loss to JMU at Ballard. After winning the first two games against the Dukes, the Monarchs lost Saturday's contest. Old Dominion moves to 3-7 on the season, 2-4 in conference play. After discussing the JMU game, we turn the page to next week's game in Boone versus Appalachian State.We await a final tally on our 3rd Annual Toys for Tots drive, but Monarch Nation smashed the results of our first two years. As soon as we have the count of toys and money collected, we will share. THANK YOU Monarch Nation and ODU for helping us brighten the holidays for the kids in the 757!Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_BicepsFollow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCBFollow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliamsFollow Craig Wilkins at https://twitter.com/THE_12thmonarch Donate to Hampton Roads Toys for Tots. Please mention ODU Monarchists in the Organization or Special Event box at: https://marinetoysfortots.salsalabs.org/localdonationform/index.html?fun_local_campaign_designation=%27VA-Virginia%20Beach&fun_unit_location=VA-Virginia%20BeachFor more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/

The Vinyl Preacher
Divine Monarchs and Divided Democracies

The Vinyl Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 44:14


Ep. 324 - We talk about how the elections went (in a thoroughly non-partisan way) and give our local Lutheran Advocacy offices a scorecard. Spoilers: Peter Severson got a C. Then we get on to Matt's least favorite week in the liturgical year…Christ the King. It's thoughtful and we nearly get through it without Matt reliving a traumatic seminary experience. Also, good music. The Playlist * Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles * Carry On - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young * I'm Still Standing - Elton John * King - Florence + The Machine * Sheep - Mt. Joy * Another Day in Paradise - Phil Collins Listen to the full playlist over on the Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4dTReQd8Bh4HZC5KprxXDg?si=db21df756b414969 Become a Vinyl Preacher Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thevinylpreacher Matt Keadle is the pastor of St Mark's Lutheran Church and Campus Ministry in Los Angeles. Zach Parris is the pastor of Lutheran Campus Ministry at the University of Colorado. The Vinyl Preacher was the recipient of the 2019 Joseph Sittler Award given by the Lutheran Campus Ministry Network.

The Big Red Express Podcast
4. ODU Football vs JMU Preview

The Big Red Express Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 18:45


Robbie is back with another episode of The Big Red Express "All ODU, All The Time!" Today we preview the Royal Rivalry matchup between Monarchs of ODU and the visiting Dukes of JMU. What storylines to look forward to as you watch the game, records that could be broken, and who needs to step up! A pivotal game for both programs and we break it down! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigredexpress/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigredexpress/support

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 37 - Marshall Review and JMU Look Ahead

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 54:40 Transcription Available


Aaron, Mike, and Gary are joined by ODU Football alum, DE Jude Brenya and discuss the ODU football game, a 12-0 loss to Marshall at Ballard. The Monarchs arguably played the best defensive game in the program's history but cannot muster enough offense. Old Dominion moves to 3-6 on the season, 2-3 in conference play. After discussing the Marshall game, we turn the page to next week's game at home against JMU and our 3rd Annual Toys For Tots Drive.Congratulations to ODU Women's Soccer on winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship tonight by defeating JMU 4-3.Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_BicepsFollow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCBFollow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliamsFollow Jude Brenya at https://twitter.com/favoritebikecop and https://www.tiktok.com/@favoritebikecop?lang=en where Jude has more than 660,000 followers!Hampton Roads Toys for Tots at https://www.facebook.com/hamptonroadsTFT/For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/

Golden State Naturalist
Monarch Butterflies with Natalie Johnston

Golden State Naturalist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 62:12


What makes butterflies so magical? They are a wonder and a delight, and I'm so excited to be diving into a full episode about what is possibly the most iconic species of butterfly in the world: Monarchs. Have you ever wondered why they're bright orange, how far they migrate, or why they capture our collective imagination? I have! Come with me to the Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary to find out more about these creatures that are as graceful as they are legendary. Links: Monarch Joint Venture Monarchs and The Day of the Dead Xerces Society Western Scrubjays are Capable of Metacognition Store-Bought Milkweed and Pesticides Interview with Dr. Richard Stringer Monarchs on Eucalyptus Trees Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary You can find me @goldenstatenaturalist on both Instagram and TikTok My website is www.goldenstatenaturalist.com You can support the show on Patreon here: www.patreon.com/michellefullner The theme song is called "i dunno" by grapes, and you can find the link as well as the Creative Commons license here.

Wednesday Pull List!
168: Let's Review Dark Knights of Steel Vol. 1

Wednesday Pull List!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 79:53


Episode 168!? This week we are giving our thoughts on "Dark Knights of Steel Vol. 1", as well as going over some nerd news!  Swords! Sorcery! Superheroes! A brand-new DC Universe is born from writer Tom Taylor (DCeased, Neverlanders, Nightwing) and artist Yasmine Putri. An entire medieval world will be forever changed when a spaceship crash-lands from a doomed planet. Years later the El Kingdom reins and Jefferson Pierce, the head of the Kingdom of Storms sees their family as a threat and gathers allies to challenge them. Monarchs will die, kingdoms will rise, and what seemed like the end of the world for many...was only the beginning! An epic high-fantasy story set in a DC Universe where nothing is what it seems... Join our discord and help us build the community! https://discord.gg/EUtHXHjJWF Support The Wednesday Pull List! https://www.patreon.com/wednesdaypull Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wandering Naturalist
Episode 146: The Future of Conservation - Drones, Monarchs, and Milkweed Oh My

The Wandering Naturalist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 26:12


Wander with us as we explore next and exciting tools being used by scientists in the field of conservation! Wendy Caldwell from Monarch Joint Venture joins us to discuss how drones and remote sensing are becoming an important tool for monarch conservation. 

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 35 - Georgia State Review and Marshall Look Ahead

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:53 Transcription Available


Aaron and Mike chat it up with fellow Monarchist Gary Williams and discuss Gary and Chad's trip to Atlanta and the ODU football game, a 31-17 loss to Georgia State at Center Parc Stadium. The Monarchs hang tough for a half but fall behind in the second half to a tough Georgia State rushing attack and staunch defense. Old Dominion moves to 3-5 on the season, 2-2 in conference play. After discussing the Georgia State game, we turn the page to next week's game at home against Marshall at Ballard. Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps (https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps) Follow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB (https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB) Follow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliams (https://twitter.com/3GWilliams) For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/) For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/)

Backyard Ecology
Monarch Butterflies and OE (Ophryocystis elektroscirrha)

Backyard Ecology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 67:47


Monarch butterflies have become an increasingly hot topic in recent decades, and especially in the last couple of years. Conversations about monarchs often revolve around topics like their migrations, the importance of milkweeds, or other flowers we can plant for monarchs. Rarely do the topics of monarch health or monarch diseases come up. Yet these can also be fascinating and important topics to learn about and discuss. In this episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast, we are joined by Dr. Sonia Altizer and Kade Donaldson. Sonia is a Professor of Ecology at the University of Georgia and Kade is the Project Manager for Monarch Health which is a community science project based out of the University of Georgia. Most of our conversation revolves around the tiny protozoan, Ophryocystis elektroscirrha, more commonly referred to by its initials: OE. OE is a parasite of monarch butterflies that has been interacting with monarchs for the past several centuries, at least, and likely for almost as long as there have been monarchs. However, over the last couple of decades, something has changed. OE has gone from being relatively rare to infecting very high percentages of some monarch populations. Exactly what has changed is still a topic of ongoing research, but the increased prevalence of OE appears to correlate to changes in human activities. The goal, therefore, is to determine what has changed and find ways to keep OE from spreading any more than it would naturally spread. One of the ways that OE infections are being studied is through Project Monarch Health. Project Monarch Health is a community science project that asks members of the public to help document OE infections throughout the country. Anyone can participate in this project which is based out of the University of Georgia, and we talk about Project Monarch Health quite a bit during our conversation. Other topics that we discussed are some of the common questions they get through Project Monarch Health. Those questions include ways people can help monarch butterflies and inquiries about raising monarchs. We also talked about how monarchs are only one part of the larger ecosystem. Protecting and conserving monarchs can also help lots of other organisms, but we need to be careful not to get so focused on monarchs that we lose sight of the big picture. Links: Project Monarch Health: Email: monarchhealth@gmail.com Website: https://www.monarchparasites.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectMonarchHealth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/projectmonarchhealth/?hl=en Other monarch-related Backyard Ecology content: Monarch vs Viceroy - Easy Identification Sitting or Flying: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL5RJokLhp4 Everything You Need to Know about the IUCN Listing of the Monarch Butterfly: https://www.backyardecology.net/everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-iucn-listing-of-the-monarch-butterfly/ Diversity Matters When Gardening for Monarchs: https://www.backyardecology.net/diversity-matters-when-gardening-for-monarchs/ Plant Multiple Species of Native Milkweeds for Monarch Caterpillars: https://www.backyardecology.net/plant-multiple-species-of-native-milkweeds-for-monarch-caterpillars/ What does the endangered species ruling for the monarch butterfly really mean?: https://www.backyardecology.net/what-does-the-endangered-species-ruling-for-the-monarch-butterfly-really-mean/ Milkweeds in Urban and Suburban Monarch Waystations with Dr. Adam Baker: https://www.backyardecology.net/milkweeds-in-urban-and-suburban-monarch-waystations-with-dr-adam-baker/ Plant Taller Milkweed Species for Monarchs: https://www.backyardecology.net/plant-taller-milkweed-species-for-monarchs/ Backyard Ecology: Website: https://backyardecology.net YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/backyardecology Blog: https://www.backyardecology.net/blog/ Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/backyardecology Subscribe to Backyard Ecology emails: https://www.backyardecology.net/subscribe/ Episode image Male monarch butterfly Photo credit: Sonia Altizer, all rights reserved

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 33 - Georgia Southern Review and Georgia State Look Ahead

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 39:26 Transcription Available


Aaron and Mike chat it up with fellow Monarchist Gary Williams and discuss the awesome tailgate and the ODU football game, a five point loss, 28-23, to Georgia Southern at Ballard. The Monarchs start slow and just don't have enough juice to complete the comeback against a surging Georgia Southern team. Old moves to 3-4 on the season, 2-1 in conference play, and still controls its destiny in the Sun Belt East. After discussing the Southern game, we turn the page to next week's Homecoming game on the road against Georgia State in Atlanta. Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps (https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps) Follow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB (https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB) Follow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliams (https://twitter.com/3GWilliams) For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/) For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/)

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery
Rooted Discussions - The Milkweed Contamination Conundrum

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 95:40 Very Popular


Welcome to Rooted Discussions, our roundtable conversations featuring top minds in the field of the topic at hand. On this episode, hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are joined Aimee Code (Pesticide Program Director) and Sharon Selvaggio (Pesticide Program Specialist Parks, Nurseries & Natural Areas Lead) of the Xerces Society. Conversations include a recently published study about milkweed plants purchased from retail nurseries across the country and the pesticides found in these plants, how these pesticides may affect Monarchs, what this study means, and how to conduct purchasing native plants. Music by Andorra.  Have a question or a comment?  Call (215) 346-6189. Want links from this podcast?  Visit www.nativeplantshealthyplanet.com Buy a T-shirt, spread the message, and do some good.  Visit https://native-plants-healthy-planet-2.creator-spring.com/   

The French History Podcast
Ranking the Carolingians with Battle Royale: French Monarchs

The French History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 98:45


Gary: Thank you very much for being on the show Ben. I am so excited to have you on. Quite a while ago I ranked the Merovingian monarchs from worst to best, and now we are going to do the same with the Carolingian monarchs. And here I have a slightly different Ben than the […]

Gardenerd Tip of the Week
Bees and Monarchs with Robin Jones

Gardenerd Tip of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 44:24 Very Popular


Today Robin Jones of Honey Girl Grows returns to the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. We chat about bees and monarchs and stuff you might not know yet. The post Podcast: Bees and Monarchs with Robin Jones appeared first on Gardenerd.

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1
EP #223 BUILDING CHAMPIONS - CHRIS SHAW - HEAD COACH RMU WOMEN'S SOCCER

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 90:22


THE KELLY CARDENAS PODCAST PRESENTS Coach Shaw is in his first season at the helm of Robert Morris. Prior to RMU, he spent the six years as the head coach at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), compiling an overall record of 66-48-9 (.573). The winningest coach in program history, Shaw was named the 2016 Mountain West Conference (MWC) Coach of the Year after leading the Rebels to an overall record of 16-4-3 (.761), including a mark of 8-1-2 (.818) in the MWC. UNLV claimed its first conference championship and NCAA Tournament berth since 2007, had a 12-match unbeaten streak during the year, the longest in program history, and also established school records for points (152), goals (51) and assists (50). Prior to being named head coach at UNLV, Shaw spent the 2013 season as the head coach at Barton College in Wilson, N.C. The Bulldogs posted an overall record of 14-5-1 (.725), and Shaw was selected as the 2013 Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year. He also spent four seasons as head coach at the University of Mount Olive in Mount Olive, N.C., from 2003 to 2007, compiling an overall record of 52-34 (.605). While leading the Trojans, Shaw orchestrated the greatest turn around in NCAA Division II history, as UMO went from 3-15 (.167) in 2003 to 20-3 (.870) in 2004. Named the 2004 Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year, the Trojans produced the highest scoring offense in NCAA Division II. Overall in 12 years as a head coach, Shaw has posted a record of 132-87-10 (.598). He also spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Fresno State University (2007-09) as well four years as associate head coach at North Carolina State (2009-12). A native of Fayetteville, N.C., earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and physical education from Methodist University in 1994. He also owns a Master of Arts degree in exercise physiology from East Carolina University, which he earned in 1997. A 1993 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American at Methodist University, Shaw helped the Monarchs earn four consecutive Dixie Intercollege Athletic Conference championships and bids to the NCAA Division III Tournament (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993). Selected to the USA South Conference 50th Anniversary Team, Shaw was named to the 1993 Adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American First Team. Shaw, who played for the Raleigh Flyers of the United Systems of Independent Soccer League (USISL) in 1994, owns a Premier Diploma from the NSCAA and an "A" level national license from U.S. Soccer. He has extensive club and Olympic development experience, as well, most recently having served as the girls director for ODP for the state of Nevada. https://rmucolonials.com/sports/womens-soccer THE HIDEOUT DONATIONS FOR MAKENA'S SCHOOL MUSICAL Be sure to check out my new audiobook SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES (THE 7 P'S THAT CAN SHIFT YOUR REALITY) MORE KELLY “JOY IS THE ART OF FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND ALLOWING MAGIC TO HAPPEN!” EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BROOKLYN CARDENAS

The Monarchists
The Monarchists - Episode 31 - Coastal Destruction and GA Southern Look Ahead

The Monarchists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 67:04 Transcription Available


Aaron and Mike chat it up with fellow Monarchist Gary Williams and discuss ODU's HUGE 49-21 win over Coastal Carolina in Conway, SC. The Monarchs dominate every facet of this game against a previously 6-0 Coastal Carolina team. Old Dominion goes 1-0 this week to move to 3-3 on the season, 2-0 in conference play, and sees itself atop the Sun Belt East. After discussing the dominant road victory, we turn the page to next week's Homecoming game against Georgia Southern at Ballard. Follow Aaron Zielinski on twitter at https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps (https://twitter.com/BigBlues_Biceps) Follow Mike Langston on twitter at https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB (https://twitter.com/LangstonLCB) Follow Gary Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/3GWilliams (https://twitter.com/3GWilliams) For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/) For football specific giving please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/ (https://www.olddominionaf.com/giving/sport-specific-giving/football/)

Better Than Human
Monarch Butterfly: The Science Behind the Wandering Milkweed Common Tiger of the Americas

Better Than Human

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:57


The monarch is a common butterfly, found in the Americas that is considered a poster species of pollinating insects. The monarch butterfly is easily recognizable because of its bright black, orange, and white patterns. Monarch butterflies are a parasite to their caterpillars' only food source, milkweed. This plant itself is toxic to thwart insects from consuming its plant body, this includes an attempt to be toxic to monarchs. This has resulted in an evolutionary arms race between the two species. You've probably released monarch butterflies at some point in your life, if you're from the Americas, but what do you really know about this flagship species? How does this tiny insect migrate such great distances, something normally only seen in larger animals like birds? How did monarchs evolve to eat a toxic plant, and why do they still exclusively eat it? What, if any, are the benefits of releasing captive raised Monarchs into the wild? What needs to be done to ensure the survival of this species?You probably think you know all about this common butterfly, but do you really? Listen now to learn about the most recognizable and well studied butterflies on the planet.

Warts n All
Episode 14: Mortal Monarchs Special

Warts n All

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 32:23


Suzie talks about her new book Mortal Monarchs, shares the introduction from the successful audio book, answers some questions, and tells us what comes next for the Warts n All podcast.

The Strut with Chilly, TD and Info Joe
Monarchs are butterflies

The Strut with Chilly, TD and Info Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 68:12


A look back at the victory over Louisiana Monroe and a look ahead to Old Dominion. It's homecoming this week at The Big Hooter! TD on trivia, Tailgater of the Week, a new "sponsor" and much more!

New Books in Folklore
Debbie Felton, "Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History" (U Texas Press, 2021)

New Books in Folklore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 55:56


Even if the term "Serial Killer" wasn't coined until the end of the 20th century, the practice of multiple murder has followed humanity through the ages. In Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History (U Texas Press, 2021), professor Debbie Felton digs deep into the sources to demonstrate instances of what we might recognize as serial killers in antiquity, from myth to Imperial Rome to rhetorical exercises and maybe even on our small screens at home. Tracing these gruesome lineages, she exposes examples of these “types” of criminals through history, including more recognizable names like Jack the Ripper and Jeffrey Dahmer. What is mirrored are the characteristics we recognize as multiple homicidal psychopathy within ancient history and myth. This book is a complex and fascinating interweave of classical myth, ancient history, and true crime as manifesting in both our modern imaginations and those of generations past. Liz Barrett is a History PhD student Lehigh University, a CSA Farmer, mother of 3, and veteran of the USMC. She lives in suburban Philadelphia where she reads and writes a lot, and really, really likes old stuff. On Twitter: @lizcantlose. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/folkore

New Books in History
Debbie Felton, "Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History" (U Texas Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 55:56


Even if the term "Serial Killer" wasn't coined until the end of the 20th century, the practice of multiple murder has followed humanity through the ages. In Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History (U Texas Press, 2021), professor Debbie Felton digs deep into the sources to demonstrate instances of what we might recognize as serial killers in antiquity, from myth to Imperial Rome to rhetorical exercises and maybe even on our small screens at home. Tracing these gruesome lineages, she exposes examples of these “types” of criminals through history, including more recognizable names like Jack the Ripper and Jeffrey Dahmer. What is mirrored are the characteristics we recognize as multiple homicidal psychopathy within ancient history and myth. This book is a complex and fascinating interweave of classical myth, ancient history, and true crime as manifesting in both our modern imaginations and those of generations past. Liz Barrett is a History PhD student Lehigh University, a CSA Farmer, mother of 3, and veteran of the USMC. She lives in suburban Philadelphia where she reads and writes a lot, and really, really likes old stuff. On Twitter: @lizcantlose. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Debbie Felton, "Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History" (U Texas Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 55:56


Even if the term "Serial Killer" wasn't coined until the end of the 20th century, the practice of multiple murder has followed humanity through the ages. In Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History (U Texas Press, 2021), professor Debbie Felton digs deep into the sources to demonstrate instances of what we might recognize as serial killers in antiquity, from myth to Imperial Rome to rhetorical exercises and maybe even on our small screens at home. Tracing these gruesome lineages, she exposes examples of these “types” of criminals through history, including more recognizable names like Jack the Ripper and Jeffrey Dahmer. What is mirrored are the characteristics we recognize as multiple homicidal psychopathy within ancient history and myth. This book is a complex and fascinating interweave of classical myth, ancient history, and true crime as manifesting in both our modern imaginations and those of generations past. Liz Barrett is a History PhD student Lehigh University, a CSA Farmer, mother of 3, and veteran of the USMC. She lives in suburban Philadelphia where she reads and writes a lot, and really, really likes old stuff. On Twitter: @lizcantlose. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Ancient History
Debbie Felton, "Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History" (U Texas Press, 2021)

New Books in Ancient History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 55:56


Even if the term "Serial Killer" wasn't coined until the end of the 20th century, the practice of multiple murder has followed humanity through the ages. In Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History (U Texas Press, 2021), professor Debbie Felton digs deep into the sources to demonstrate instances of what we might recognize as serial killers in antiquity, from myth to Imperial Rome to rhetorical exercises and maybe even on our small screens at home. Tracing these gruesome lineages, she exposes examples of these “types” of criminals through history, including more recognizable names like Jack the Ripper and Jeffrey Dahmer. What is mirrored are the characteristics we recognize as multiple homicidal psychopathy within ancient history and myth. This book is a complex and fascinating interweave of classical myth, ancient history, and true crime as manifesting in both our modern imaginations and those of generations past. Liz Barrett is a History PhD student Lehigh University, a CSA Farmer, mother of 3, and veteran of the USMC. She lives in suburban Philadelphia where she reads and writes a lot, and really, really likes old stuff. On Twitter: @lizcantlose. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

High School Football America
Mater Dei's Bruce Rollinson talks about win over St. John Bosco and National Championship

High School Football America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 34:28


Jeff Fisher looks at the latest High School Football America 300 national rankings, plus talks with Mater Dei (California) head coach Bruce Rollinson, who has his Monarchs in-line for a fourth HSFA national championship in the last six years. Learn more at highschoolfootballamerica.com

The Movie Chef Podcast
The Movie Chef Pod Quiz: Monarchs

The Movie Chef Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 13:19


Here's another bite size portion of movie trivia to get you through another day, this time questions on Royalty in Movies. Tweet us your scores @podmoviechef

The Gardenangelists
"Every Leaf Speaks Bliss To Me"

The Gardenangelists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 35:43 Very Popular


Dee and Carol talk about ways to save annuals and tropicals at the end of the season, garlic, and more on this week's episode.Go to our Substack newsletter for more information about this week's episode. Be sure and subscribe to get the newsletter directly in your email inbox!Links: Two Family Handyman articles by Carol that relate are "Is coleus an annual or  perennial?”  and How to Grow and Care for Coleus.Robin Parer, owner of Geraniaceae for more on pelargoniums Garlic on Botanical Interests (affiliate link)On the Bookshelf:  The Halloween Hare by Carol J. Michel, illustrations by Ty J. Hayden. Coming out October 4, 2022.  (Amazon Link)Carol's first blog post about the Halloween Hare way back in 2008.Dirt: YouTube video of Spotted Lantern Fly on SNL!Some real info on Spotted Lantern Fly from Cornell University More on Monarchs! Monarch Joint Venture, has a lot of webinars on monarchs. An  article from Purdue about monarchs in Indiana…  Dee's blog post about monarchsMonarchs and becorns, super cute video on Instagram. More books! The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman, the third book in the Thursday Murder Club series. (Amazon Link) Another cozy mystery, Deadhead and Buried(The English Cottage Garden Mysteries #1) by H.Y. Hanna (Amazon Link).  Silent Bud Deadly is the next one… (Amazon Link) 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 anytime 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.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletters, via our websites!

The Anna & Raven Show
Wednesday October 5, 2022: Better on a Weekday; Kid Expert; Wellness Wednesday

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 48:46


Most Americans don't spend much time thinking about Monarchs in other countries, but the passing of Queen Elizabeth has started to change that! (:30) Sick days usually refer to your physical health, but what about your mental health?  Most businesses don't offer mental health days but they're starting to become popular with a younger demographic! (3:08) Keeping your car clean can be tough for some people, but if your method of cleaning involves littering, that's all I need to know about you! (7:07) It's great to go have fun on the weekends, but is there an activity that's actually better during the week?  Anna went somewhere with her daughter during a rare day off and she was amazed at how different it was! (10:57) How do you usually start your day?  Most people start with breakfast or a cup of coffee, but Anna couldn't believe what Ryan Seacrest does when he wakes up every day! (18:27) What is your kid an expert in?  Anna's 5 year old nephew schooled Anna on dinosaur trivia, but Producer Jon's son has a much louder area of expertise! (22:19) Are you up to date on this week's biggest stories?  Anna and Raven will get you caught up on what's trending, including the dark development in Brad Pitt's divorce! (29:09) Is there such a thing as hating your spouse in a healthy way?  One recent study made this claim, so Anna and Raven asked relationship expert Dr. Patrick Wanis to verify it! (33:01) David is a Tulane alum and would love for his daughter to go there as well. He's even offered to get her an apartment if she chooses to attend. His wife, Lori, says he's going too far to influence her decision. He isn't "offering" her an apartment, he's bribing her with one to get her to attend. She thinks that he needs to back off and let her choose her own college. What do you think?  (36:55) Jen thinks she's got what it takes to beat Raven in pop culture trivia! Can she succeed and win the $600 jackpot? (45:27)

The Daily Gardener
October 3, 2022 Otto Jennings, Lewis Gannett, Sergei Yesenin, Thomas Wolfe, Successfully Grow & Garden Citrus Fruit Trees Using Pots and Containers by Madison Pierce, and Philippa Foot

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 23:04 Very Popular


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events National Butterfly and Hummingbird Day Look at the Leaves Day   1877 Birth of Otto Emery Jennings, former curator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and devoted scientist. In 1904, Jennings started as the custodian at the Carnegie Museum, where, over the next 41 years, he held almost every position before becoming the director of the Museum in 1945. Today, the Jennings Nature Reserve near Butler, Pennsylvania, is named for Otto Jennings. Otto worked to protect the 20-acre area because it was a natural habitat for the native Blazing Star (Liatris spicata "Ly-at-truss Spah-cah-tah"). The Jennings Reserve was expressly established to ensure that the Blazing Star could spread and multiply. The Blazing Star is native to North America and is known by other common names, including the Gayfeather or Prairie Star. The Blazing Star is a late-bloomer and features majestic plumes in purple or white. Blazing Star is a gardener favorite, easy to grow and propagate, it's low maintenance, makes excellent cut flowers, and pollinators love them (Monarchs go crazy for Blazing Star). The Blazing Star grows up to 16 in tall, but if you want something more elevated, its cousin, the Prairie Blazing Star, can grow five feet tall.   1891 Birth of Lewis Stiles Gannett, American journalist, and author.  Lewis wrote The Living One, Magazine Beach, The Siege, and two Millennium novels: Gehenna and Force Majeure. In Cream Hill: Discoveries of a Weekend Countryman (1949), Lewis wrote: But each spring . . . a gardening instinct, sore as the sap rising in the trees, stirs within us. We look about and decide to tame another little bit of ground.   Lewis also wrote, Gardening is a kind of disease. It infects you, you cannot escape it.  When you go visiting, your eyes rove about the garden; you interrupt the serious cocktail drinking because of an irresistible impulse to get up and pull a weed.   1895 Birth of Sergei Yesenin (books about this person), Russian lyric poet.  One current biographical account of Sergei's life said, "his poems [became] the people's songs." Today, the Yesenin Monument graces the Tauride Garden in the center of Saint Petersburg. The likeness of Sergei Yesenin, seated in a thoughtful pose, is made of solid white marble. There are words that are difficult to translate ie Russian because there is no English equivalent. For instance, there is a word that translates to "mushroom rain." A mushroom rain is a gentle, fragrant rain that wets the forest floor in a steady, lazy fashion. It's the kind of rain that is perfect for mushroom cultivation. In terms of his use of language, Sergei Yesenin was not averse to adding new words to the Russian lexicon. He once created a Russian word to describe how sand ripples across the surface when blown by the wind - something Sergei would have seen daily growing up along the banks of the Oka river near the birch forests in his hometown. Sergei's first poem Beryoza (The Birch Tree), was published in a children's magazine in January of 1914. Today Sergei's Birch tree poem is still taught in Russian schools. Birch trees are a powerful symbol in Russia, where folklore held that planting birches around a village had the power to ward off cholera. A beloved tree in Russia, Birch trees can be found growing across the breadth and depth of the country. In addition to the birch, Sergei wrote about the maple, willow, fir, lime tree, poplar, and bird cherry.  Here's an excerpt from The Birch Tree: Under my own window White is birch's hue • Snowy blanket-shadow, Silver patterned too. On its fluffy branches With a snowy hem Tassels' blossom blanches Fringe's icy gem. Standing, birch is yearning, Silent, sleepy spire, Falling snow is burning In its golden fire. Lazy dawn in wrinkles, Circling all around, Now its branches sprinkle Newly silver-crowned.   Sergei once wrote, In this world you can search for everything, except Love and death. They find you when the time comes. All will pass like the smoke of white apple trees Seized by the gold of autumn. I will no longer be young.   1900 Birth of Thomas Wolfe (books by this author), American novelist. Thomas once wrote, All things on earth point home in old October:  sailors to sea, travelers to walls and fences,  hunters to field and hollow and the long voice of the hounds,  the lover to the love he has forsaken. He also wrote, And the flowers grew in rioting glory...   Garden and Gun magazine once shared this quote about Thomas Wolfe: Thomas Wolfe may have said 'You can't go home again,' but I can.  Just give me some vinegar and red pepper and I'm there.   Today, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Garden in Chapel Hill is a living memorial to Thomas.  Thomas attended the University of North Carolina and remained one of their most famous alumni. And there is, at Chapell Hill, a wonderful sculpture of an angel in the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Garden. The poignant words from Thomas's novel Look Homeward, Angel is inscribed above the piece and read: O lost, and by the wind grieved, ghost, come back again   Thomas once wrote, ...bewildered again before the unsearchable riddle - out of death, life, out of the coarse rank earth, a flower.     Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Successfully Grow & Garden Citrus Fruit Trees Using Pots and Containers by Madison Pierce  This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is Simple Ideas For Small Outdoor Spaces. This book gets very high ratings on Amazon. It came out a year a, go in May of 2021. And the subtitle is A Beginner's Guide to Selecting the Right Tree, Pots, and Containers for indoors and outdoors - and also covers Pests, Diseases, and Transplanting - so tons of information, all about growing citrus. Now I have many friends up here in Minnesota who would never even dream of growing citrus indoors. And so I think they would be absolutely floored to learn that it is possible - if you know what you're doing and take the proper precautions. This is something that Madison acknowledges herself. She writes, Many avid gardeners discover that growing fruit trees directly in the ground presents various difficult to overcome complexities. For this reason, this entire book focuses on how to effectively (and most successfully) grow strong, sturdy citrus fruit trees in pots and containers which produce fruit bountifully.  If you're going to go to the trouble of trying to grow fruit trees, you might as well amp up your chances of success by following the guidance in Madison's book. Well, by now, you might be wondering who Madison Pierce is. She writes, I am a devoted wife and mother, and to say that I am a fruit tree enthusiast would be an understatement. - live and breathe gardening, and one of my main focus areas is fruit trees. Whenever someone sees and samples the fruit from my garden, they marvel at just how much effort must have gone into nurturing and growing them. While I admit that a considerable amount of heart and soul has gone into my garden, it was a process to get the basics down to a fine art. Ever since I equipped myself with practical gardening knowledge, the process has been more straightforward than expected and immensely rewarding. I share my wealth of citrus fruit tree gardening knowledge and experience with other passionate gardeners because I want like-minded people to derive the same joy I have from the process. There are several crucial elements to growing and nurturing exceptional citrus trees. First and foremost, it's about getting to know what citrus trees like and dislike. Just like you and me, trees have their lifestyle preferences, so it stands to reason that if you give your trees what they want and need most, they will reward you with an abundance of fruit. It's important to note that you will reap the rewards of the time, effort, and care you put in. At this point, educating yourself is of the utmost importance. And, so with that, you are off to the races with Madison Pearce as your guide. Consider this book a masterclass on growing citrus and fruit trees in pots and containers. Growing citrus could be a fun little activity for you, especially if you're moving your gardening indoors over the winter. It could be a fun little project for you and the kids to work on together. Something worth considering... You can get a copy of Successfully Grow & Garden Citrus Fruit Trees Using Pots and Containers by Madison Pierce and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $18.   Botanic Spark 1920/2010 Birth of Philippa Foot (books by this author), philosopher. She also died on this day. Philippa's mother was Esther Cleveland, the daughter of Grover Cleveland, and she was the first presidential child to be born in the White House.  She understood that philosophy could be confusing. She once mused, You ask a philosopher a question and after he or she has talked for a bit, you don't understand your question anymore.   Philippa always sought to keep her work simple. She found inspiration in nature and kept her main points short and sweet. She advised, In moral philosophy, it is useful, I believe, to think about plants.   In an interview with Philosophy Now's Rick Lewis, Philippa explained that, due to her work studying goodness, she believed that human vices are merely a natural defect. And just as flaws exist in nature, they also exist in humanity. Philippa believed that morality was rooted in nature.   In 2012, it was revealed that Philippa was romantically involved with Iris Murdoch (books by this author) in the 1960s. The women had met at Oxford, and though their friendship faltered at times, the two remained lifelong friends.  On July 8, 1968, Iris wrote to Philippa. She was staying at a friend's home in Inverness in Scotland. Iris wrote, I had forgotten the beauty of this place. The highlands are a vast rock garden - hundreds of kinds of tiny things flower and the variety of the woodland - it has no horrible Schwarzwald ' look. Much walking has been done and a little swimming but it's damn cold. Not a soul in many days of walking have met no one, and seen no one over those vast hillsides. Do you suffer from chronic anxiety? I think not. It is a vice, a form of deep fear. I'd like to talk to you about this sometime. Write to me. [.. •] Much love I   Almost two decades later, in 1985, Iris would write to Philippa again, I imagine you now in the sun, surrounded by those magic trees, in a garden of flowers, looking out upon the glittering dolphin-crowded sea. Dear old Europe, poor old Europe. (Dear old planet, poor old planet.)   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.

History with Jackson
Was Queen Elizabeth I a Bad Queen? - The English and British Monarchs Series

History with Jackson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 13:57


Today in The English and British Monarchy Series we are looking at the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. In this series, we will look at English and British Monarchs from Edward the Confessor to Elizabeth II whilst also stopping to examine major events in English and British History. We will examine who these Monarchs were, what their early life was like, what happened in their reign, their death, and if they were a good Monarch. To catch up on everything to do with History with Jackson Head to www.HistorywithJackson.co.uk Follow us on Facebook at: @HistorywithJackson Follow us on Instagram at: @HistorywithJackson Follow us on Twitter at: @HistorywJackson Follow us on TikTok at: @HistorywithJackson The History with Jackson Podcast is now available on all major podcast platforms, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/history-with-jackson/message

InsectView
Insect News Episode 1: Monarchs and Lanternflies and mosquitos oh my!

InsectView

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 11:07


The first episode of a new experiment we're doing where the topic is insect news! This hopefully bi-weekly series will be a quick look at whatever has been happening in the world of insects. For this episode we cover monarch butterflies status on the red list, the ongoing advance of the spotted lanternfly, turning ants from pets to garden helpers, and mosquitos unstoppable smelling abilities. 

History with Jackson
Was Queen Mary I a Bad Queen? - The English and British Monarchs Series

History with Jackson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 12:21


Today in The English and British Monarchy Series we are looking at the reign of Queen Mary I. In this series, we will look at English and British Monarchs from Edward the Confessor to Elizabeth II whilst also stopping to examine major events in English and British History. We will examine who these Monarchs were, what their early life was like, what happened in their reign, their death, and if they were a good Monarch. To catch up on everything to do with History with Jackson head to www.HistorywithJackson.co.uk Follow us on Facebook at: @HistorywithJackson Follow us on Instagram at: @HistorywithJackson Follow us on Twitter at: @HistorywJackson Follow us on TikTok at: @HistorywithJackson The History with Jackson Podcast is now available on all major podcast platforms, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/history-with-jackson/message

Ding Dong Darkness Time
DDD: Royal Incest is Whack

Ding Dong Darkness Time

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:48


Queen Elizabeth II has died, so this seems a great time to talk about incest in royal bloodlines. Focus is mainly on the Habsburg Dynasty of the 1600s, a family whose interbreeding was so severe, the most powerful monarchy since Charlemagne eventually extinguished itself. We're gonna talk a little about that infamous jaw too. Also... was the incestuous bloodline of Queen Victoria ultimately responsible for the fall of the Romanov family in Russia? Give a listen and let me know what you think.Finally, I wrap up with some American takes on the whole inbreeding thing, and the cultural differences between that and royalty. This all but guarantees I have to talk about the blue people of Kentucky.So come on in and take a short ride on a few twisted bloodlines. This ain't an Olive Garden, but when you're here, you're family.Additional Info: That Habsburg Jaw:https://allthatsinteresting.com/habsburg-jawKing Charles II:https://allthatsinteresting.com/charles-ii-of-spainThe Habsburg Family Tree:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBOnjhEbqTMThe Blue Fugates of Kentuckyhttps://allthatsinteresting.com/fugate-family-blue-people-of-kentuckyThe Whitaker Familyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkGiFpJC9LMShow Credits:Show Credits:Show Credits:Graphics -- Nathaniel Dickson: http://ndickson.comIntro Music -- Spencer MorelockBackground Music -- "Division" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Ding Dong Darkness Time Media:Twitter: @dddarknesstimeInstagram: dddarknesstimeGmail: dddarknesstime@gmail.com

From the Middle
From the Middle - Monarchs, Bathrooms, Fashion, and Other Modern Mysteries

From the Middle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 70:34


#171. In the wake of the recent state funeral for HM Queen Elizabeth II, we take a moment to nod to our friends in Great Britain. We also, in our admitted ignorance, discuss our fascination with the idea of a current first world monarchy and the pageantry found in its midst. Then we discuss taco juice and Walmart shirts as prompted by a middler. We follow that with an epic story of a different middler's bathroom experience, then another potential epic of Batman vs Iron Man. Two smart guys with tech instead of traditional superpowers have a fake fight. We try to predict the winner. After the break, we dive into modern fashion and realize that we are old enough to not get it. Kendall shares how heartless he is with birthday cards, we discuss the underrated recording artist Ben Rector, and Dillon wants to make video games fun again. If you have any stories, topics, or questions, let us know! Voicemails are perfect. Joining on social is cool, too. The LinkTree below will take you to all the options. Until next time, be kind to each other.Main Landing Page - https://linktr.ee/fromthemidpod​​​​​​VOICE MAIL! Comment, ask a question, suggest topics - (614) 383-8412Artius Man - https://artiusman.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ use discount code "themiddle"

ECO SPEAKS CLE
All About Monarchs with Marci and Amy

ECO SPEAKS CLE

Play Episode Play 29 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 45:13


Marci Lininger calls monarch butterflies the guardian angels of the pollinator world. By doing good things for monarchs, we also help a myriad of other species that also need our help. This past summer, the monarch was officially designated as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Curious to know more about what that means and what can be done to help, we speak with Marci Lininger, with the Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative, and a returning guest, Amy Roskilly with the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District. In this episode, hear about these fascinating creatures and find out how to help them by collecting milkweed pods and growing the things that monarchs need on their long journey south to Mexico.  Guests:Marci Lininger - The Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative Amy Roskilly - Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictResources:Film - The Flight of the Butterflies The sound of butterflies Common Milkweed Pod Collection with the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictReading for kids: The Mystery of the Monarchs 

Deep State Radio
Is Having a Monarch One Way to Avoid Having a Trump?

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 31:20 Very Popular


Queen Elizabeth II's funeral was today. To talk about her life, legacy, and the impact of her reign of international relations David Rothkopf talks with Rosa Brooks of Georgetown University, Ed Luce of the Financial Times, and Clive Priddle of PublicAffairs. What makes this more than a celebrity news story? Do nations need symbols like Monarchs?  Find out the answer to these and more questions in this timely conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Audio Mises Wire
How Monarchs Became Servants of the State

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022


Monarchs created Europe's modern states but lost the ability to control them. Then, having grown beyond the tools that helped monarchs turn themselves into absolute rulers, "the state acquired a life of its own." Original Article: "How Monarchs Became Servants of the State" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

Wisdom of Crowds
Episode 113:The Problem With Dogs, Rights, and Monarchs

Wisdom of Crowds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 55:31


Renaissance English History Podcast: A Show About the Tudors
Episode 179 The Funerals of Tudor Monarchs

Renaissance English History Podcast: A Show About the Tudors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:24


With the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, I thought it would be appropriate to do an episode on how our Tudor friends would have commemorated and memorialized the passing of their monarchs.You can get show notes and info at englandcast.com/FuneralsTudorcon 2023 info at englandcast.com/tudorcon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Gardenangelists
After Listening or While Listening, Go Outside!

The Gardenangelists

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 43:17 Very Popular


Dee and Carol talk about stalwart flowers, recap their tomato season, talk about going outside, milkweed and monarchs, and more on this week's episode.Go to our Substack newsletter with more information about this week's episode. Be sure and subscribe to get the newsletter directly in your email inbox!Links:Some of the flowers we mentioned:Aster 'Bluebird' (American Meadows has it)Atomic glass  (American Meadows also has it)Phlox 'Bright Eyes' (an American Meadows has it too)Some of the tomato varieties we mentioned:Purple Zebra, an All-America Selections winner for 2022, and in our gardens too.Black CherrySun DipperMissouri Love Apple Brad's Atomic Grape Pink Berkley Tie Dye Sunrise Bumblebee.A book, Epic Tomatoes: How To Select and Grow the Best Varieties of All Time by Craig LeHoullier  (Amazon Link)  On the Bookshelf:  Outdoor Kids in an Inside World by Steven Rinella (Amazon Link)1,000 Hours Outdoors project websiteCal Newport's blog post: Whitman in the Knapsack...For our dirt, check out our substack newsletter for details of what we talked about!Monarch websites:  Monarch Watch, Journey North, A book: Bees in Your Backyard by Olivia Messinger Carril and Joseph S. Wilson (Amazon Link)) Carol's Rabbit hole:  What Do We Know About Crop Circles by Ben Hubbard. (Amazon Link) and  Circular Evidence: A Detailed Investigation of the Flattened Swirled Crops Phenomenon by Pat Delgado and Colin AndrewsAffiliate 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 anytime 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.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletters, via our websites!

The Joe Mobley Show
Ep. 135 | Monarchs and Voting Machines

The Joe Mobley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 86:44


God did not save the Queen. Queen Elizabeth II has died. America is still plagued with janky voting machines. AZ trouble maker Michele Swinick is doing something to get our ridiculous elected officials to do their jobs and actually represent the interests of the people…We don't want voting machines!   _________________________________   Support the Show  

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Behind the Scenes Minis: Mold and Monarchs

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 22:02 Very Popular


Tracy and Holly talk about school science fairs and their performance in them. They then discuss the interesting aspect of Field of Cloth of Gold preparations that put people from England and France side by side as they worked.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Deep State Radio
After Elizabeth

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 36:00 Very Popular


Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom died earlier today at the age of 96. She reigned over the United Kingdom and the broader commonwealth for more than 70 years. David marks this occasion with Ed Luce of the Financial Times. How should we think about the legacy of one of the world's longest reigning Monarchs? Is the Monarchy in the United Kingdom in danger of falling? Will Charles be able to succeed her? Find out the answers to these and other questions during this historic episode. Join us! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TechSideline.Com — The TSL Podcast
Virginia Tech Loses to ODU...Again: TSL Podcast 252

TechSideline.Com — The TSL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 92:45


Brent Pry and Company traveled down to Norfolk and fell to the Monarchs of ODU 17-20. The Tech Sideline gang is here to break down the loss. ====================================================== TechSideline.com has been covering Virginia Tech football, basketball and recruiting since 1996 and is the premier independent publication covering Virginia Tech Athletics. Visit us at http://www.techsideline.com and subscribe for the very best Virginia Tech Hokies coverage. Music from artlist.io

Sons of Saturday: The Podcast for Hokies, by Hokies.

The crew breaks down the Hokies 20-17 loss at the hands of the Monarchs in game one of the 2022 campaign. 

Stuff You Missed in History Class
The Developing History of Monarch Butterflies

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 34:56 Very Popular


Monarch butterflies are still in the middle of their story – and it's one that is precarious. Humans are still trying to figure out a lot about them, and aspects of the monarch story have been misrepresented over the years. Research: Monarch Joint Venture: https://monarchjointventure.org/ “Monarch Butterfly.” The National Wildlife Federation. https://www.nwf.org/Educational-Resources/Wildlife-Guide/Invertebrates/Monarch-Butterfly Sutherland, Douglas W.S. and Jean Adams, ed. “The Monarch Butterfly – Our National Insect.” Part of “Insect Potpourri: Adventures in Entomology.” CRC Press. 1992. Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Danaus". Encyclopedia Britannica, 15 Feb. 2018, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Danaus-Greek-mythology Kathleen S. Murphy. “Collecting Slave Traders: James Petiver, Natural History, and the British Slave Trade.” The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 70, no. 4, 2013, pp. 637–70. JSTOR, https://doi.org/10.5309/willmaryquar.70.4.0637 Müller-Wille, Staffan. 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