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Ritmo NBA
Álvaro Martín & Coach Morales: La NBA al Día | Ritmo NBA T4 E9 | 7/DIC/22

Ritmo NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 46:51


Álvaro Martín y el Coach Carlos Morales analizan la actualidad de la temporada 2022-23 de la NBA, el miércoles 7 de diciembre de 2022. #MiércolesDeMorales Índice de segmentos del episodio: 00:00 Introducción 07:37 Crema de la crema: entre los 10 mejores en ofensiva y defensiva 11:41 El impacto de las lesiones 15:29 Armadores que prefieren pasar a lanzar 19:45 La gran temporada que está teniendo Giannis 22:18 Anthony Davis, en su mejor momento 37:43 Zion mejora y New Orleans es un carnaval ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX

Call IT In with Dar
Walking in Both Worlds with Zofia Rennea Morales

Call IT In with Dar

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 41:22 Transcription Available


A health crisis is what catapulted today's guest into learning to walk in both worlds. As our title suggests, both the physical and spiritual. Sophia Rene Morales, shares her health struggle, her emotional submission, and her final transition into believing in miracles. She now calls herself a troubleshooter, and she leads others to discover their personal superpower, and believe in miracles! So follow along with Sophia, as she leads us through an exercise together in walking in both worlds, guided by the God Squad, enjoy her fascinating story and “Call IT in With Dar “Episode Five, season three! Support the show

PARANORMAL
MK ULTRA | Invitado: Julio Morales - T2 E8

PARANORMAL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 154:38


Llevamos más tiempo viviendo como esclavos que como personas libres y esta época en la que vivimos, lamentablemente, es época de esclavitud. Durante décadas las personas que ostentan el poder nos ha controlado usando distintas técnicas que incluyen el uso de la música, psicodélicos y prácticas ocultas antiguas. Acompáñanos a descubrir una terrible y terrorífica verdad: MK ULTRA. Lo mejor del Podcast Paranormal en clips: https://www.youtube.com/@clipsparanormal INVITADO ESPECIAL: JULIO MORALES https://www.instagram.com/musicalmente.paranormal/ https://youtube.com/@musicalmenteparanormal https://tiktok.com/@musicalmente.paranormal https://www.facebook.com/Musicalmente.Paranormal HOST DEL PODCAST: FEPO https://www.tiktok.com/@fepomx https://instagram.com/fepomx/ INVITADO DEL PRÓLOGO: JULIO MORALES https://www.instagram.com/musicalmente.paranormal/ Recuerda seguirnos en nuestras redes sociales: ► TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@paranormalpodcast ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/podcastparanormal ► INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/podcast_paranormal ► TELEGRAM: https://t.me/podcastparanormal GRUPOS PARA COMPARTIR HISTORIAS, MEMES Y EVIDENCIAS Grupo oficial de Facebook: ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/548487930178860 Grupo oficial de Telegram: ► https://t.me/+vFdn13cseD0zZWUx Todos los enlaces para ver y escuchar el podcast: https://podcastparanormal.com Envía tus evidencias a fepo@podcastparanormal.com Consultas empresariales: negocios@podcastparanormal.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcastparanormal/message

Literatura Universal con Adolfo Estévez
155. El Irupé. Ernesto Morales Argentino

Literatura Universal con Adolfo Estévez

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 7:03


Ernesto Morales Argentino

Luis Cárdenas
Jorge Castañeda: 'Es muy radical la propuesta de reducir el uso del glifosato'

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 10:28


En entrevista con Luis Cárdenas para la Primera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Jorge Castañeda Morales, fundador de Kairós Consultores, habla sobre el Conacyt, que debe ofrecer alternativas para evitar el uso de glifosato.

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales
Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales Podcast - 2022-12-5

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 388:30


Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales Podcast - 2022-12-5 [00:00:00] 4:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [01:00:00] 5:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [02:00:01] 6:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [03:00:01] 7:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [04:00:01] 8:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [05:00:02] 9:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [06:00:01] 10:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor MoralesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Weekly Awakening Podcast
Interview with Zofia Rennea Morales EP 164

The Weekly Awakening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 60:03


On The Weekly Awakening Podcast we welcome Zofia Rennea Morales, Spiritual trouble shooter, or as she says, someone's last resort healer. Zofia has a Master's in Biophysics and lived her life totally science based until she was diagnosed with Lyme's disease. The sudden turn in physical health had her taking a deeper look into her spiritual health. She shares with us her journey learning how her spiritual health holds the key to her physical health and how she got started helping others find their spiritual gifts.  “Trials we go through and the blessings we receive are the same thing.” – Tyler Perry Award winning global strategist and former biophysicist, ZofiaRennea Morales, had it all- a hi powered career, loving husband, gorgeous properties, adventure, good friends, you name it. She was living the dream until her fast-paced life screeched to a halt and left her in pieces. Brought to the edge of death by undiagnosed chronic Lyme Disease, and left bankrupt in every area of her life.  Desperate for a miracle, Zofia cried her most heartfelt prayer "I will do anything to get better".  This single prayer triggered an unanticipated kundalini awakening; a spiritual activation which unlocked Zofia's gifts as an intuitive, healer, and mystic changing her life completely. ZofiaRennea Morales is now the Host of talk radio program Sovereign Self (Mondays at 4pm Pacific time Sovereignself.live) and the creator of the Conscious Enlyghtment Process, a transformation alchemist and teacher guiding clients to find the gold within their most painful life transitions, helping people from all backgrounds notice how life wraps the best gifts in the shittiest wrapping paper. Zofia's scientific and corporate background appeals clients who appreciate the way she integrates a pragmatic woo and real life into her work. Seasoned with love and laughter, Zofia guides her clients through their own spiritual crises and onto their paths of passion and purpose with warmth, joy, tenderness and play.  “Everything happens for you, not to you. You don't have to like it, it's just easier if you do.” - Byron Katie   www.transformationspace.co    

The Good Word
Lunes de la segunda semana de Adviento, Fabio Marin Morales, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 5:42


Santo del Día
San Francisco Javier SJ: 3 de diciembre ft, Uziel Morales

Santo del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 24:05


En este episodio hablamos de Francisco Javier, el misionero que llegó a lugares desiertos de Cristo, enseñándonos a predicar y evangelizar más en las obras que en las palabras. Con sus cartas y enseñanzas ayudó a la Compañía de Jesús a cumplir la misión de llevar la Fe sin fronteras.

Capital
Capital Intereconomía 8:00 a 9:00 02/12/2022

Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 59:59


Cepsa apuesta por España para levantar el mayor parque de hidrógeno verde de Europa. En la entrevista Capital nos explica el proyecto su director de hidrógeno Joaquín Rodríguez. También comentamos la actualidad económica y política en La tertulia con David Henche, Profesor de estrategia en ICEMD/ESIC; Fernando Gómez-Calcerrada, Abogado del Despacho RLD y con Antonio Díaz Morales, Director de Educación oficial de IMF. Además Jesús Sánchez Quiñones, Director General de RENTA 4 Banco nos explica las principales referencias a tener en cuenta en la preapertura de los mercados financieros.

Noticias de América
Chile y Bolivia sellan el fin del conflicto en La Haya sobre el río Silala

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 2:32


Se cierra un capítulo conflictual entre Chile y Bolivia, sobre el estatuto de las aguas del río Silala. La Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ) emitió un fallo este jueves. Decretó que se trata de aguas territoriales internacionales y que por lo tanto ambos países tienen acceso. El río Silala se origina en Bolivia y pasa por Chile. La Corte Internacional de Justicia en La Haya declaró que "no hay dudas" de que el Silala es un curso de agua internacional y no de propiedad boliviana y que ambas se pusieron de acuerdo. EL fallo es inapelable y la sentencia aporta lo que ambos países pedían: un marco legal internacional claro para sellar el conflicto entre Santiago y La Paz. En el terreno, la situación seguirá siendo la misma. Chile seguirá operando como lo ha hecho en el río Silala durante años, sin tener que cambiar ni una coma, tras dos años de negociaciones diplomáticas o de ataques verbales entre ambos países. “Bolivia durante 100 años, entre 1904 a 1999, reconoció que el Silala era un curso internacional y por razones políticas del presidente Morales anunció que iba a demandar a Chile por el uso de las aguas”, recuerda Alfonso Silva embajador y coagente chileno en La Haya. “En consecuencia, iniciaron este procedimiento de establecer la posibilidad de una demanda que Chile anticipó con el objeto de obtener certeza jurídica y, en consecuencia, no tenemos temas pendientes que pudieran generar una situación muy controvertida entre Bolivia y Chile. Esperemos que no surjan nuevamente situaciones de esta naturaleza”, afirma Silva y agrega que hubiera podido evitarse este costoso pleito para ambos países. Un giro inesperado Bolivia apoya el fallo. Según el abogado boliviano Arturo Yáñez, expresidente del Colegio Nacional de Abogados, existe un punto oscuro en la gestión del conflicto por parte del gobierno boliviano. Se pregunta por qué hubo un cambio de posición en pleno juicio de La Haya que le fue favorable a Chile. “Bolivia, en la contrademanda que planteó inicialmente señalaba que las aguas del Silala no eran de curso compartido, más bien eran bofedales que estaban en Bolivia y que habían sido incluso artificialmente modificadas para llegar a Chile. Si nos atenemos a eso, muy a pesar nuestro como bolivianos tenemos que reconocer que Bolivia perdió ante La Haya. Creo que ese es el elemento fundamental que al menos desde el punto de vista jurídico nos llama la atención”, apunta Yáñez. Según Bolivia, los canales construidos sobre el Silala aumentan artificialmente el caudal y por ello Chile puede alegar derechos adquiridos para su beneficio. Chile argumentó que Bolivia carece de base legal para llegar a esa conclusión. La CIJ decretó que Chile no debe ninguna indemnización y determinó también que Bolivia tiene libertad sobre los canales.

Mañanas BLU 10:30 - con Camila Zuluaga
Sebastián Morales, el barbero colombiano que triunfa en Qatar

Mañanas BLU 10:30 - con Camila Zuluaga

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 17:38


Sebastián Morales Cortez, barbero colombiano de la selección de EEUU, habló en Mañanas Blu sobre su trabajo con los jugadores del conjunto norteamericano. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSL Unrivaled
Antonio Morales, The Athletic

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 10:51


Alex Kirry is joined by Antonio Morales of The Athletic who covers USC to chat about the new way to recruit to blue blood programs which is through the portal. Follow UnRivaled on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Noticias de América
Chile y Bolivia sellan el fin del conflicto en La Haya sobre el río Silala

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 2:32


Se cierra un capítulo conflictual entre Chile y Bolivia, sobre el estatuto de las aguas del río Silala. La Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ) emitió un fallo este jueves. Decretó que se trata de aguas territoriales internacionales y que por lo tanto ambos países tienen acceso. El río Silala se origina en Bolivia y pasa por Chile. La Corte Internacional de Justicia en La Haya declaró que "no hay dudas" de que el Silala es un curso de agua internacional y no de propiedad boliviana y que ambas se pusieron de acuerdo. EL fallo es inapelable y la sentencia aporta lo que ambos países pedían: un marco legal internacional claro para sellar el conflicto entre Santiago y La Paz. En el terreno, la situación seguirá siendo la misma. Chile seguirá operando como lo ha hecho en el río Silala durante años, sin tener que cambiar ni una coma, tras dos años de negociaciones diplomáticas o de ataques verbales entre ambos países. “Bolivia durante 100 años, entre 1904 a 1999, reconoció que el Silala era un curso internacional y por razones políticas del presidente Morales anunció que iba a demandar a Chile por el uso de las aguas”, recuerda Alfonso Silva embajador y coagente chileno en La Haya. “En consecuencia, iniciaron este procedimiento de establecer la posibilidad de una demanda que Chile anticipó con el objeto de obtener certeza jurídica y, en consecuencia, no tenemos temas pendientes que pudieran generar una situación muy controvertida entre Bolivia y Chile. Esperemos que no surjan nuevamente situaciones de esta naturaleza”, afirma Silva y agrega que hubiera podido evitarse este costoso pleito para ambos países. Un giro inesperado Bolivia apoya el fallo. Según el abogado boliviano Arturo Yáñez, expresidente del Colegio Nacional de Abogados, existe un punto oscuro en la gestión del conflicto por parte del gobierno boliviano. Se pregunta por qué hubo un cambio de posición en pleno juicio de La Haya que le fue favorable a Chile. “Bolivia, en la contrademanda que planteó inicialmente señalaba que las aguas del Silala no eran de curso compartido, más bien eran bofedales que estaban en Bolivia y que habían sido incluso artificialmente modificadas para llegar a Chile. Si nos atenemos a eso, muy a pesar nuestro como bolivianos tenemos que reconocer que Bolivia perdió ante La Haya. Creo que ese es el elemento fundamental que al menos desde el punto de vista jurídico nos llama la atención”, apunta Yáñez. Según Bolivia, los canales construidos sobre el Silala aumentan artificialmente el caudal y por ello Chile puede alegar derechos adquiridos para su beneficio. Chile argumentó que Bolivia carece de base legal para llegar a esa conclusión. La CIJ decretó que Chile no debe ninguna indemnización y determinó también que Bolivia tiene libertad sobre los canales.

Noticentro
ONU pide respuesta a los asesinatos de los sacerdotes jesuitas Joaquín César Mora Salazar y Javier Campos Morales

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 2:25


ONU pide respuesta a los asesinatos de los sacerdotes jesuitas Joaquín César Mora Salazar y Javier Campos MoralesEn Guanajuato sujetos armado levantaron a Graciela Pérez Negrete, exalcaldesa panistaCroacia logró clasificar a octavos de finalMás información en nuestro podcast

TV Pilot's License
Flight 115 - Batman: The Animated Series (Ft. Ilsa Morales)

TV Pilot's License

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 76:12


You guys, this episode is so near and dear to our hearts, guess why?? There is a COLON in show TITLE! Also, we have the incredible Ilsa Morales (Relatable Nerds Podcast/Otherworld Theatre) joining us to talk to us relatable nerds about Batman! We're diving deep on the show aesthetic, its place in animation history and Batman canon! Stick around for hard hitting discussions like if Batman is indeed "Daddy" Note from the hosts: Please rate and subscribe to the podcast wherever you can! It helps us spread the show wider =) Hosts: Max Singer (@maxwellsing) Geoff Kerbis (@rungeoffrun) Rich Inman (@damnthatsrich)

Radio Duna | Hablemos en Off
La fallida designación de Morales, el caso Silala y la ayudas económicas

Radio Duna | Hablemos en Off

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


Nicolás Vergara y Matías del Río analizaron el rechazo a la designación del fiscal nacional y la demanda por las aguas del río. Además, conversaron con la economista Andrea Repetto sobre la entrega de ayudas económicas realizadas por el gobierno.

Radio Duna - Hablemos en Off
La fallida designación de Morales, el caso Silala y la ayudas económicas

Radio Duna - Hablemos en Off

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


Nicolás Vergara y Matías del Río analizaron el rechazo a la designación del fiscal nacional y la demanda por las aguas del río. Además, conversaron con la economista Andrea Repetto sobre la entrega de ayudas económicas realizadas por el gobierno.

Ritmo NBA
Álvaro Martín & Coach Morales: La NBA al Día | Ritmo NBA T4 E8 | 30/NOV/22

Ritmo NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 55:15


Álvaro Martín y el Coach Carlos Morales analizan la actualidad de la temporada 2022-23 de la NBA, el miércoles 30 de noviembre de 2022. Índice de segmentos del episodio: 00:00 Introducción 06:36 ¿Basta con mes y medio para saber quiénes clasifican? 10:44 Candidatos a ser traspasados 24:52 Banchero: ¿nuevo LeBron o nuevo Luka? 39:26 Despiden a Facu sin darle la oportunidad ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX

DinoDadComedy presents DinoDadChats
Carlos True Morales - Denver Comic that knows a thing or two

DinoDadComedy presents DinoDadChats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 36:38


https://instagram.com/theeverydaycomic_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Broadcasting & media production company Monterey -> Seattle -> Denver DronePilot If you believe all of your opportunities are too good to be true. Then you'll never have a true opportunity carlosdavid64.wixsite.com/theeverydaycomic --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Ràdio Arrels
Géraldine Morales co-secretària departamental de la FSU parla de les eleccions professionals de la funció pública a l'estat francès

Ràdio Arrels

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 7:04


Aquest dijous han començat les eleccions professionals de la funció pública a l'estat francès. Fins al 8 de desembre es pot votar per via electrònica, i el darrer dia es podrà votar físicament. Els funcionaris estan convidats a votar per triar els seus representants a les comissions administratives paritàries, a les comissions consultives paritàries, i als comitès socials.

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales
30 de noviembre de 2022 - Mañanas Blu con Néstor Morales, programa completo

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 388:30


Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales Podcast - 2022-11-30 [00:00:00] 4:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [01:00:00] 5:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [02:00:01] 6:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [03:00:01] 7:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [04:00:01] 8:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [05:00:02] 9:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales [06:00:02] 10:02 am - Mañanas BLU con Néstor MoralesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Apaga y Vámonos el Show
Comienzan los equipos a clasificar a los octavos del mundial .Sólidos los Celtics en el primer mes de temporada. Sorprenden los Pacers en el Este. y decepcionan los Timberwolves en el Oeste

Apaga y Vámonos el Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 56:19


En este episodio, Paco Lozada (@pacolozadapr), y Luis Vázquez Morales comentan sobre lo que ha ocurrido en la fase de grupos del Mundial de Fútbol. Además, hablan sobre las sorpresas y decepciones en el primer cuarto de temporada de la NBA. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Con Paco Lozada (@pacolozadapr), Toño Cruz (@antoniocruz528), Luis Vázquez Morales, Ángel Dante Méndez (@mendiziano_89) y José Raúl Torres (@PitoTorres821).   Disponible en: Spotify TuneIn Radio iHeart Radio Apple Podcast iVoox

Predicaciones y Sermones Cristianos Qué Cambiará Su Vida
¡Sigue Corriendo! – Hno. Abraham Morales

Predicaciones y Sermones Cristianos Qué Cambiará Su Vida

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 46:13


¡Sigue Corriendo! Hebreos 12:1-3 1 “Por tanto, nosotros también, teniendo en derredor nuestro tan grande nube de testigos, despojémonos de todo peso y del pecado que nos asedia, y corramos con paciencia la carrera que tenemos por delante,  2 puestos los ojos en Jesús, el autor y consumador de la fe, el cual por el [...]

Sonar Informativo
30/ 11 Ana Lya Uriarte defendió designación del Fiscal Morales “el Ejecutivo ha tomado una decisión sobre la base de antecedentes pertinentes”

Sonar Informativo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 25:51


La ministra también se refirió a la aprobación del presupuesto 2023

Girl, We Grown Now
Leaving an abusive relationship + healing yourself and pursuing your passions w/ Brittany Morales

Girl, We Grown Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 60:00


In today's episode Victoria chats with Brittany Morales, she shares her story of being in a toxic and abusive marriage. She endured horrific violence and is candid about the events that led to her finding the hope and courage to leave her abuser because her life depended on it. We also talk about how friends and family can support someone in their life who may be in an abusive relationship and how there can be light after experiencing such darkness. Brittany dives into her healing journey and how she has been able to pursue her passion and rebuild her life. If you or anyone you know is seeking help from domestic violence you can call the National Domestic Hotline at 800-799-7233. to learn more about Brittany, you can follow her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/bmarie0329

Living Free & Fulfilled
How To Master Your Sleep With Ayurveda with Amayra Morales

Living Free & Fulfilled

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 28:49


Did you know the quality of your sleep is more important than the quantity of sleep you get? Sleep is an essential part of your health and well-being but its quite often the last thing we think about. In Ayurveda its one of the first things looked at. Amayra shares her experience with Ayurveda and how it can support you to master your sleep. Join us as we go behind the scenes of sleep and discuss how you can get quality sleep that supports your well-being. Press play to listen and join the conversation!Additional ResourcesFollow Us on Instagram Amayra Morales @amayra.morales Katie Bock @katiebockyogaLearn more about Ayurveda, what your dosha is and about sleep wellness in Amayra's Ayurveda Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/ayurvedaforprofessionalwomenAction Step:Ask yourself what is one thing you can do for yourself to create more quality sleep. Share with us what you will do this week! Tag us in a post or story on Instagram or Facebook (@katiebockyoga @amayra.morales)If you are enjoying the podcast, please consider subscribing and leaving an honest rating and/or review on iTunes. I take the time to read each one plus your ratings and reviews really support the podcast.

Hacks & Wonks
Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales Breaks Down the Comprehensive Plan

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 31:14


On this midweek show, Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales stops by to discuss Seattle's Comprehensive Plan with Crystal and how this roadmap, which determines the manner in which the City accommodates growth, plays a critical role in issues that affect our day-to-day lives. Councilmember Morales fills us in on how the Comp Plan and its impending update is an opportunity for us to create a vision for what our communities look like, whether it be addressing historic inequities, tackling climate change, or realizing sustainable, healthy, connected neighborhoods across the City. The show wraps up with details on how to get involved with the Comprehensive Plan update and guide what Seattle looks and feels like in the future. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Follow us on Twitter at @HacksWonks. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find Councilmember Morales at @CMTammyMorales.   Councilmember Tammy Morales Councilmember Tammy J. Morales was elected to the Seattle City Council in 2019. As an experienced community organizer and advocate, Morales worked for the Rainier Beach Action Coalition and served as a Seattle Human Rights Commissioner. Morales is trained as a community and regional planner, and has spent her career working with frontline communities on local issues including food security, displacement in low-income neighborhoods and community-centered development. Morales previously served as a Legislative Director for a state representative in Texas, as a city budget analyst in New York, and ran a successful consulting firm on food access research and programming, with clients such as the City of Seattle and King County. Morales has been a Seattle resident for nearly 20 years. She is a mom with three kids - two in the Seattle Public School system and one a proud Viking at Portland State.   Resources “Seattle Reveals Rezoning Concepts and Invites Scoping Comments for Big 2024 Update” by Doug Trumm from The Urbanist   Seattle 2035 Comprehensive Plan | Office of Planning & Community Development   One Seattle Plan | Office of Planning & Community Development   Seattle Within Reach - Presented by Councilmember Tammy Morales - A town hall series about how we build a Seattle in which everyone has the ability to live, work and play - within reach   One Seattle Plan Community Meeting Series - In-person community meetings throughout Seattle   Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington State through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. Today, I am so thrilled to be welcoming back to the program, Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales. Welcome back. [00:00:47] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Hi, Crystal. I'm so happy to be here. [00:00:49] Crystal Fincher: So happy to have you here again, thankful for all of the hard work you've been doing, and how you've been pushing throughout the budget process in Seattle - very helpful, and I think especially those connected to community and community organizations - have been appreciating how you've been listening and trying to move in concert with community. And hopefully things turn out well on the backend. But today we're actually going to talk about the Seattle Comprehensive Plan, which is a whole undertaking. So I guess starting out, what is the Comprehensive Plan? What is this thing and why do we do it? [00:01:36] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Sure. So the plan is really a guide for us about how, as a city, we plan to accommodate growth - where that growth will go. It's really a vision and kind of a roadmap for where we plan to locate housing, where we think job centers should go, also how we invest in transportation, where we might put parks, utilities. It is technically a requirement from the State Legislature. In 1990, the Legislature adopted the Growth Management Act, and that does require the City to prepare a Comprehensive Plan really for how we will grow over the next 20 years. So we update this - every plan has to include what they call elements, which is basically different chapters that need to be included. So ours includes land use, housing, transportation, parks and open space, utilities - there's a couple others in there - capital facilities, port because we are on a port. And it really does regulate development so that we can curb sprawl. It was really intended to be a way to help protect environmentally sensitive areas surrounding urban areas - in our case, to make sure that we are protecting our farmland, our waterways in King County. So we are required to do this, and it is also a way for us, importantly, to be very intentional about how we plan to grow as a city. [00:03:27] Crystal Fincher: Very good points. And I want to just dive a little more into the issue of sprawl. It's a buzzword that I think a lot of people have heard, but maybe don't understand completely or why sprawl is such an issue. What is sprawl and why do we try to avoid it? [00:03:48] Councilmember Tammy Morales: So sprawl is really where we start to grow - we start to build housing, business parks, warehouse space, all kinds of ways that cities tend to grow - outside of what might be their seeming boundaries. And it is problematic for lots of different reasons. As I said, in our case, because we could potentially start to grow into our farmland and Washington is a very important agricultural producer and we do rely heavily on our own agricultural production just for our own consumption. It's also important because we are trying to address the very urgent crisis of climate change. And so it's important that as a city, we really try to grow in a way that allows us to have more compact neighborhoods, that really relies on public transit so that people can get around. And it's really also an attempt to try to reduce our carbon emissions as a city so that we can curb what is increasingly really problematic greenhouse gas emissions. [00:05:17] Crystal Fincher: Great point - all valid. And then, especially with sprawl - sprawl is expensive. I think we see a lot of this - it's a little more challenging in the City of Seattle, which is built out to a lot of its boundaries - and a lot of what we're talking about is how to redevelop stuff, but you can really see it in a number of our suburbs and rural areas. South King County used to actually be a very fertile agricultural area. Kent used to be known as the lettuce capital of the United States. [00:05:53] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Indeed. [00:05:54] Crystal Fincher: But - I'm here for your Kent history facts - but as the city grew and houses took over that, industrial lands took over that - warehouses, commercial space - and really paved over agricultural land, which I think some people might reconsider if they had to do it all over again today. Certainly not all of it, portions of it, would have been nicer to preserve - but wetlands, environmental areas, and just growth is expensive. This is city infrastructure that you have to build out, that has a cost, and then you have to maintain. And we talk about needing to handle our existing infrastructure and build more of - and complete the infrastructure, like sidewalks - [00:06:44] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Absolutely. [00:06:45] Crystal Fincher: - and bike paths to help everyone get along. And now we're building out further and basically expanding the map of what the City is responsible to do. And oftentimes that's not captured in the cost of development, and that's not captured in the existing tax scheme. So that just ends up adding additional costs, additional responsibilities to the City - which we want to avoid. So coming out of this Growth Management Act - basically mandate underneath it - it's a way to strategically manage growth - which happens. We can't stop it despite weird debate questions that I hear about like - Should we stop growth? That's not really an option. People move to the area. We can't stop them from moving to the area. Usually not a good sign when people don't want to move to the area. So good things are happening. Good things attract people. And that's what we've seen. Now, the City adopted the current 2035 plan as of 2016. So is this going to be redoing this plan? Is this revisiting this plan? What is happening with this? [00:07:51] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Yes. So we - as I said, the requirement is to do these for every 20 years. And so it is our time to update our plan. And this is a real opportunity for us, because one thing that we have seen as a city - that our Office of Planning and Community Development has made clear, that our City Planning Commission has made clear - is that the way we have used this Comprehensive Plan in the past has really contributed to some of the inequities that we see in the City. And this is an opportunity for us to update the growth strategy that we have had in the past. It's a chance for us to address the displacement that we have had in the City. And really create a vision for a sustainable city that supports healthy neighborhoods, that creates safe places for people - so it is an important opportunity for us. And we have begun those discussions, which I'm sure we'll talk a little bit later about how folks can get involved, but it's important for us to take a look at this periodically because as we've discovered now, the current Comprehensive Plan really created an equity gap in housing and jobs. And this is an opportunity for us to address that. [00:09:21] Crystal Fincher: How did it create that equity gap? What in it made that happen? [00:09:27] Councilmember Tammy Morales: As a city, I will say we have a history of planning without real consideration for communities of color and how they will be impacted. The Chinatown-International District was split when I-5 was put in. We have a history of redlining in the City that really kept Black families and Jewish families and others from purchasing homes in most of the City. Even the very founding of the City on unceded land - over time, all of these decisions compound the effect on communities and really have a negative impact on the ability of these families and their children to grow generational wealth. It affects the ability of these communities to stay intact and has contributed to displacement. So there's a lot of reasons why we need to take a look at this. So part of the reason for these problems is that we have a 25-year-old strategy that is really centered on this idea of urban villages and urban centers. Effectively, what that means is that multifamily apartment buildings - the ability for them to get built - has really been squeezed into corridors - major transit corridors, arterials, and these urban villages. So that's where we put all of our apartments, while most of the City is reserved for single-family homes. And this has really created a tale of two cities, if you will, where wealthy homeowners can live in mostly single-family neighborhoods, and lower-income or even middle-income people get pushed into these corridors where apartments are allowed. There's all kinds of reasons why that is problematic, not the least of which is that it creates environments where lots of housing and the people and children and elders living in that housing are on, in many cases, dangerous roads exposed to higher auto emissions. It just creates this cascade of problems for the people who are living in those areas. So there's, as I said, an opportunity for us to rethink that particular strategy and rethink how we can create a more equitable array of options for where people live and what they're able to afford. [00:12:21] Crystal Fincher: So what are the options, the alternatives being considered? [00:12:25] Councilmember Tammy Morales: We've got several. There are five different options that the Office of Planning and Community Development are looking at. All of them are intended in some ways to address this. I will say - I think part of the priority for this phase that we're in right now - we're in this kind of research phase called the Environmental Impact Statement that they are drafting, and that will be looking at five different options. The first is basically No Action, so just continue to follow the existing plan that we have - putting most of our housing in urban centers and urban villages. There's one that they're calling Focused. Each of them basically offers slightly broader perimeters around these urban centers where different types of housing can be built. And so that is the conversation that we will be having over the course of the next year is - what do these different alternatives mean? What's the difference between an urban village and an urban center? What does it mean to build along a corridor versus building more broadly throughout a neighborhood? Does my neighborhood have an industrial center? - because that's another piece of the decision making that happens here. And so throughout the next year, we will be talking about the different ways that we could be building. How broadly do we want to move into what is now - well, it used to be called single-family zoning - now everything is called Neighborhood Residential zoning. So how much do we want to change the kind of housing that's allowed in these different areas? And that will be the discussion. We know that we have grown so fast as a city, faster than I think anybody anticipated. And we didn't plan for that. We grew by almost 130,000 people between 2010 and 2020, but we only built 70,000 new homes in that same time period. So as an example - I know a lot of people think there's housing going up everywhere, we're building too much - but the reality is that we are short over 20,000 units of apartments that would be affordable for middle-income folks - and I think that's the key. The way we have grown, the housing that we've produced has not been housing that is affordable for working class families. And so that needs to be a really key part of the discussion, because one thing we know for sure is that Seattle can't keep looking the way it does right now if we're serious about addressing equity. [00:15:42] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, absolutely. [00:15:44] Councilmember Tammy Morales: And so part of the discussion - we'll just have to ask ourselves what kind of changes need to be made so that everyone can find housing that they can afford in the City. [00:15:56] Crystal Fincher: So now we're in a place where we're reexamining this, there are some other options - does it pretty much look like no matter what happens that we're going to be expanding the areas that new housing can be built in? Does that look like a uniform feature of the options moving forward? [00:16:15] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Yes, absolutely. The real question and the conversation will have to be about how far we push. I think there is an interest in allowing more - not just more types of housing, allowing it in more places, more parts of the City - but also allowing a mix of uses. So one of the things that we've been talking about, I've been talking about a lot in my office, is the need to make sure that we have better access to essential services so that we have not just - I'm not interested in just building more units of housing. I think it's important for us to contemplate how we build healthy neighborhoods. And that means that we have small businesses allowed - we allow for more neighborhood commercial space so that everyone can have easy access to a corner store or a small grocery, to childcare, to healthcare, to your bank - credit union, to a neighborhood hardware store. These are the things that help people navigate through their neighborhoods, have access to the essential goods and services that they need - without having to get in a car. And that's how we have the kind of healthy, more vibrant neighborhoods that can also lead us to the climate goals that we have - by reducing our reliance on getting into a car to do everything. [00:17:58] Crystal Fincher: Which makes a lot of sense. And as we go through this plan, obviously considerations about how we do need to proceed while reaching our climate goals is very, very important. I'm also curious about - talking about building those communities, which those - evidence shows that those are healthier communities, safer communities when they are built like that all the way around. I'm also thinking about just the environmental injustices that have been created by the current way the community is designed and situated, where we have places in Seattle that have average lifespans six and seven years shorter than other areas in the same city - but because of proximity to pollution, because of all of the other factors just from an environmental external perspective that are weighing on these communities, whether it's proximity to pollutants or carcinogens or things that exacerbate asthma, whether it's being in close proximity to roadways and freeways, underneath flight paths - those things all take tolls on health. How, as you move forward in this Comprehensive Plan, are you also looking to make sure that we mitigate environmental harms that have been done and move to prevent future harm? [00:19:20] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Sure. You make a really good point, Crystal. And I have many of the neighborhoods in my district that do suffer from those health disparities. Georgetown and SoDo and Beacon Hill, the Chinatown-International District - all of these neighborhoods are literally under the highways or along the Duwamish, where air and water quality are affected. And look, the truth is we just can't keep building housing in unhealthy neighborhoods, and the idea that we should build apartments along busy arterials and make low-income people live there does not promote equity and it does not promote public health. So we really do need to be looking at how we reduce emissions, how we support climate resiliency. One of the things that we're working on right now in the budget process is creating Resilience Hubs, so creating the ability in some of our community centers for people to go and be safe during an extreme heat event or a smoke event. So we are planning for these kinds of climate disasters, and we can't at the same time acknowledge that we have to take those steps and still allow for our growth management strategies to include restricting people's ability to find housing only to arterials. So I think there will need to be some analysis of our internal consistency in some of our different city policies, but absolutely climate change is one of the elements for our Comprehensive Plan update and needs to be a part of what we think about. Another important piece of that is transportation. Something like 30% of our City households are not within a 10-minute access to transit. And I will say - in this particular case, it is not necessarily a racial equity issue because the truth is that it is often fairly exclusive neighborhoods that have less bus service. But for the purpose of meeting our carbon emission reduction goals, we absolutely need more bus service in those neighborhoods too. And we really just have to move from this idea of isolated urban villages to a city of neighborhoods that are well-connected, that are within a walkshed of high-capacity transit, frequent reliable buses. We need safer sidewalks. We need protected bike lanes. We really have to encourage people to get out of their cars. But the truth is that as long as they don't have a safe, easy alternative, people will keep driving. And so we need to make alternatives the easy choice. And I think that has to be part of our conversation over the next year - is how do we create a city that is more sustainable and that protects both the climate and our public health? [00:22:48] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, I think that makes perfect sense. And to your point, this is the opportunity, I think, to really think about and imagine what your neighborhood could be, to really think about the potential that lays ahead and how to capture it. So many times we're forced to think about settling for so many things. Yes, we don't have current transit service that is sufficient - so if I am going to get to work, and pick the kids up from daycare, and make it to a sports practice, or something like that - I have to have my car right now. That's what the current conditions force. But if we are looking ahead to - okay, how can we design our city and how can we design a blueprint that we can build upon that enables these better things? - Why don't we implement that? Why don't we do that? And I think it's a really exciting thing. I'm also a former land use and planning board member, so this is exciting to me. I know a lot of people initially look at it and go - okay, this sounds so boring. [00:24:08] Councilmember Tammy Morales: No, I can totally geek out on this. [00:24:11] Crystal Fincher: Yes! But it does impact the way your community, the way your neighborhood looks today - from where and how you park or don't have to park, to what traffic looks like, to what school drop off and pick up, which if you have done that, it's usually a trial and a tribulation, to where your daycare is, to what your commute is - all of those things. If you have to fit in a doctor's appointment, do you have to drive 20 miles away or is it right in the neighborhood? Just all of those things are so key to quality of life, so key to being able to have time for yourself, for your family, for your own pursuits outside of just working and coming home, but even just how you work and then go home, or maybe you're working from home - is all impacted by this design. And so this is an exciting thing for people within the City to get engaged in. And there are a lot of mechanisms built in for engagement with people in the community. What are those? [00:25:24] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Sure. I'm going to give a shameless plug for a series of conversations that I've been having to try to help folks understand this. It's called Seattle Within Reach. We've had, I think, five conversations with folks about some of these different topics. It's not just me, it's people from around the country - actually around the world, a couple international folks too. So you can find links to those conversations on my Seattle City Council website. But we are also - the City is doing a series of community meetings that I do think it's really important for people to participate in. This will be a chance to learn more about the plan itself, to talk with City staff, and other folks from the community. There are several community meetings. The next one is going to be Thursday, December 1st at Langston Hughes at 6 o'clock. There's one at South Seattle College, December 8th. There's one December 12th - so there are several. They're all in the evening from 6-8 PM in different parts of the city. And we can provide a link on my website, or you can go to the City's Office of Planning and Community Development website and get more information there. But this is just the next set of community conversations. There is going to be a lot of community engagement for this process. Our Department of Neighborhoods is working closely with the Planning Department as well. We're working with interpreters, with community-based organizations, particularly those who work with immigrant populations to make sure that they get materials that are interpreted, that there are folks who speak different languages who can provide information. So I would say - please reach out to my office. If you don't live in the South End, reach out to your own councilmember to learn more about ways to get involved. But this is going to be a really important opportunity for neighbors to weigh in on what they want the city to look like, the kind of changes you want to see, and the things that you really think should be prioritized in how the City plans for the next 20 years. [00:27:53] Crystal Fincher: That makes sense. So as you're looking through this process, is there anything in particular that you're looking to make sure happens, or any specific changes that you're really trying to implement in this process? [00:28:09] Councilmember Tammy Morales: As I said earlier, I am really interested in this idea of mixed communities. This is a chance to set a vision for healthy, resilient neighborhoods, to rethink how we grow so that our kids and our elders, and really just our neighbors, can enjoy their own neighborhood without having to drive. I think we have a chance to really increase the kind of housing that we have - this crazy real estate market has been driving a lot of the displacement, so we need to take land out of the speculative market and keep it in community land trusts, for example. We can also take City land off the market and lease it for social housing development, and this would really help keep housing permanently affordable. Because the idea there is that the construction of the housing would be on City-owned land, so it helps ensure permanent affordability. So there are a lot of really interesting ideas that we can start to talk about. We're already talking about some of them in this budget process. I'm not saying it's going to be easy to make some of these adjustments to how we think about growth and about the systems that we have in place now, but that's the point of the Comprehensive Plan - is to rethink the systems that we've been using - to see how we can use them better. And I think in our case, it really is about setting a 20-year plan for a more equitable, more sustainable city so that our kids can grow up in a healthy Seattle. [00:30:00] Crystal Fincher: Thank you so much for all the work that you have been doing, all the work that you will do on this. We will share in our show notes and on the website all of the opportunities to engage in this process. And please feel free to keep us updated as things proceed. [00:30:15] Councilmember Tammy Morales: Great. Thank you so much, Crystal. It was really nice to talk to you again. [00:30:18] Crystal Fincher: Thank you. Thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler. Our assistant producer is Shannon Cheng, and our Post-Production Assistant is Bryce Cannatelli. You can find Hacks & Wonks on Twitter @HacksWonks, and you can follow me @finchfrii, spelled F-I-N-C-H-F-R-I-I. You can catch Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks and Wonks" into the search bar. Be sure to subscribe to get our Friday almost-live shows and our midweek show delivered right to your podcast feed. If you like us, leave us a review wherever you listen. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to the resources referenced in the show at officialhacksandwonks.com and in the episode notes. Thanks for tuning in - talk to you next time.

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales
Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales, programa completo del 5 de diciembre de 2022

Mañanas BLU con Néstor Morales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 388:31


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The LET's Talk Podcast
LET's Talk with Hanby Elementary teacher, Mabel Morales

The LET's Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 29:59


On this episode of The Let's Talk Podcast, hear the powerful story of Mabel Morales, a bilingual teacher at Hanby Elementary. Morales, who lost her mother at one year old, found her safe haven at school as she struggled growing up in a toxic home in her native country of Bolivia. At 18 years, to escape this situation, Morales fled to the United States. Hear how this working mother learned English and fulfilled her American Dream of graduating with a college degree. Now with over 20 years as an educator, she relies on her personal experience of hiding her emotions by being the “class clown'' to develop a relationship and nurture students in her classroom.

Sedano & Kap
HR 1: LeDoctor James Has Clocked In For Duty

Sedano & Kap

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 52:57


Sedano & Kap start off the show with some Crosstalk with Mason & Ireland, plus Mychal Thompson. They talk about the big star prospect Victor Wembanyama and how Corporate Greg isn't “in” on him, which no one can believe! Kap talks about having FOMO over the weekend after seeing Sedano, Morales and Beto at the high school football game on Friday. Plus, Sedano gets into USC and says that USC's Caleb Williams is the “best college quarterback” he's ever seen. This is the best season USC has had since 2008. What is the easiest path for the Trojans to get to the College Football Playoff? LeDoctor was on display during yesterday's game, tending to his teammate Russell Westbrook. Kap thinks it shows how much LeBron loves Russ, but Sedano thinks they're just starting to get used to each other. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Urbana Play 104.3 FM
#DeAcáEnMás - Mapuches cortaron el acceso a Vaca Muerta | Milton Morales, intendente de Añelo

Urbana Play 104.3 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:35


Mapuches cortaron el acceso a Vaca Muerta por el faltante de agua y reclamos territoriales. Hablamos con Milton Morales, intendente de Añelo. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbanaplayfm/message

The Starseed Network Podcast
Ep. 58 - Interview with Zofia Rennea Morales - Transitioning from Science into Spirituality, bridging the two, and how the Universe pushes us

The Starseed Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 73:24


Hey there beautiful souls! Welcome back to today's episode featuring Zofia Rennea Morales, who goes by the "practical mystic". We're talking all about her journey from practicality and science into the "woo" world, realizing her gifts as a healer and guide and the journey that brought her there. Check out Zofia's quiz on discovering your unique superpower here: https://quiz.transformationspacequiz.center/sf/d2a6d94d Join our new Patreon community to support the podcast! Tarot, Energy Healing, and Spiritual Guidance bookings Instagram and Tik Tok: @saulethestarseed https://www.instagram.com/saulethestarseed/ and @thestarseednetwork https://www.instagram.com/thestarseednetwork/ Join The Starseed Network!: https://thestarseednetwork.mn.co/ Donations and Support the Podcast: Venmo and Cashapp @saulethestarseed PayPal: https://paypal.me/ilonavaida?locale.x=en_US Intro song: https://open.spotify.com/track/3f2Lg4i26jPaPJ709Temvo?si=11a5f7b2873b4ac7

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN
Evaluación formativa con Mariana Morales Lob. Estrategias para regular el aprendizaje.

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:09


Evaluación formativa con @MarianaMorale19 Su libro con Juan Fernández LA EVALUACIÓN FORMATIVA: Estrategias eficaces para regular el aprendizaje https://amzn.to/3AS63ix Otras recomendaciones: Aprendizaje visible para profesores. Colección: Didáctica y Desarrollo: Maximizando el impaco en el aprendizaje https://amzn.to/3F8lO7x Integrar la evaluación formativa en la enseñanza (Embedding formative assessment): Técnicas para usar a lo largo de toda la trayectoria escolar https://amzn.to/3GOyCB1 Página web: https://evaluaryaprender.com/ De Juan Fernández: https://investigaciondocente.com/

Elohim Christian Church NYC
Orador Invitado: Pastor Ignacio Morales - La Gratitud Expresada Entre Samaria Y Galilea

Elohim Christian Church NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 45:01


En Casa de Herrero
Las noticias de Herrero: La locura en España por las 'inyecciones milagro' contra la obesidad deja sin fármacos a los diabéticos

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 22:43


Luis Herrero entrevista a Cristóbal Morales, vocal de la Sociedad Española de Obesidad y endocrinólogo del Hospital Vithas Sevilla.

The Jeremiah Show
SN10|Ep516 - Chef Suzanne Tracht + Mixologist Jazz Morales

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 96:42


Happy Thanksgiving! Today we have the Chef & Owner of Jar Restaurant - Chef Suzanne Tracht & Beverage Manager from The Kimpton Canary Hotel, Finch & Fork Restaurant, Jazz Moralez! FIRST UP: My very special guest today is the Chef & Owner of Jar Restaurant in LA, Suzanne Tracht! A driving force in the Los Angeles culinary scene, Suzanne Tracht has built JAR into one of the most beloved and successful restaurants in Los Angeles. Drawing inspiration from classic American comfort cuisine, JAR is a pilgrimage for passionate eaters and wine lovers from across the country. And she joins us again to talk about her Thanksgiving memories, menu, and wishes… www.thejar.com NEXT UP: Jazz Moralez serves as the Beverage Manager at the reimagined Finch & Fork at the iconic Kimpton Canary Hotel in Santa Barbara. At Finch & Fork, Jazz is passionate about bringing to life the stories of the local farms, winemakers, and distillers with her libations She is an expert at creating well-balanced drinks with subtle complexities that attract and satisfy both experienced and novice imbibers. Moralez her partner Emiliano and her beloved rescue dogs Buck & Bubbles. www.canarysantabarbara.com/ On IG - @canaryhotel ON FB - www.facebook.com/CanaryHotel Kimpton Canary Hotel Relaxed & refined meets luxury in Santa Barbara, CA

The Good Word
Viernes de la XXXIV semana del Tiempo ordinario, Fabio Marin Morales, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 3:22


Hora 25
Punto y 25 | Acerca de los superiores morales

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 1:30


Joaquín Estefanía reflexiona sobre los insultos machistas a Irene Montero.

Chasing Heroine: On This Day, Recovery Podcast
“Successful cold turkey kick for turkey day!” Ronny Morales

Chasing Heroine: On This Day, Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 69:29


Jeannine and Nate interview Ronny Morales, founder of We Sober Now and tiktok recovery content creator. Ronny found stability on methadone, but didn't do the work of recovery, ultimately leading him to a cycle of relapse and rehab until he found long term sobriety in 2019 after kicking cold turkey. Jeannine, Nate and Ronny discuss MAT recovery, twelve step, social media and recovery anonymity and having fun in sobriety.

Ritmo NBA
Álvaro Martín & Coach Morales: La NBA al Día | Ritmo NBA T4 E7 | 23/NOV/22

Ritmo NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 53:19


Álvaro Martín y el Coach Carlos Morales analizan la actualidad de la temporada 2022-23 de la NBA, el miércoles 23 de noviembre de 2022. Índice de segmentos del episodio: 00:00 Arte y ciencia de los desafíos 13:11 Polémica Giannis-Harrell en Phily 18:22 ¿Son realeza estos Kings? 30:21 La rompe Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 41:26 ¿Son mejores los Nets sin Kyrie? ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX

The Hidden Gateway
Potentialities of Power: Bridging Being and Becoming with special guest ZofiaRennea Morales.

The Hidden Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 68:37


Join us for episode 96, where we welcome ZofiaRennea Morales to The Hidden Gateway Podcast! Zofia is an award-winning global strategist and former biophysicist. She had it all - a hi-powered career, loving husband, gorgeous properties, adventure, good friends, you name it. She was living the dream until her fast-paced life screeched to a halt and left her in pieces. She was brought to the edge of death by undiagnosed chronic Lyme Disease and was left bankrupt in every area of her life. Desperate for a miracle, Zofia cried her most heartfelt prayer, "I will do anything to get better". This single prayer triggered an unanticipated kundalini awakening, a spiritual activation that unlocked Zofia's gifts as an intuitive, healer, and mystic and changed her life completely. Join us as we discuss how Zofia overcame the odds to be reborn as she manifests her life with abundant health, success, and awareness. This is a GREAT chat!!! Connect with Zofia: Website: https://transformationspace.co/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehiddengateway/support

Mindfields Comics and Wrestling Podcast
Mindfields - Issue 159

Mindfields Comics and Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 128:56


Happy Thanksgiving Mindfielders! Joshua Michael lost the bet, again. Morales breaks down why Punk despite his actions was still right and AEW did more wrong to him in a year than WWE did in six years. And of course COMICS!One Bad Day - Mr. Freeze 1Nightwing - 98She Hulk as the best Romance comic.Spawn - 335Flash - 788Also the Problem with Scrums, The weekly “WHATS IN THE BOX?”This is Dangerous,Joshua Michael, Colin, and Tony MoralesAvailable for free on Apple Podcasts, Google, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify or anywhere else you get your best podcasts. Or if youre lazy you can click here…https://soundcloud.com/user-69995778-391880143/mindfields-issue-159?si=301678e22473476b91215dc6c448c2ce&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Or Here…https://youtu.be/hrod7o1QAq4 #comicbook #comics #comicbooks #comic #marvel #marvelcomics #dccomics #art #comicart #igcomicfamily #comicbookart #comiccollector #dc #drawing #illustration #igcomics #batman #spiderman #igcomiccommunity #superhero #comicbookcollection #comicbookcollector #igcomicbookfamily #artist #comiccollection #sketch #cartoon #dcuniverse #comicstrip #graphicnovel

The REI Friends Podcast
Juheirry Morales: Formas Flexibles para Comprar Casas (Video)

The REI Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 30:07


Esta semana tuve el placer de tener una super conversación con Juheirry Morales, ella y su prometido compran casas en Filadelfia. La diferencia es la estrategia que ellos usan, es una estrategia súper flexible, que es rápida, sin bancos y totalmente legal (con abogados y documentación). En esta entrevista vamos a hablar de cómo ellos comenzaron y como ayudan a personal que TIENEN que vender su casa rápido y necesitan flexibilidad. Ellos ayudan a personas en Filadelfia y mi equipo y yo ayudamos a personas en el estado de Massachusetts. Comuniquese con Jae aqui: https://www.facebook.com/RomanForHomes https://www.facebook.com/RFHRentToOwn https://www.instagram.com/roman.with.jae/ Necesita Ayuda en Massachusetts - ciudades como Lawrence, Haverhill, Methuen, Lowell, Peabody se puede comunicar conmigo aqui: https://www.instagram.com/catbuysrei/ https://www.facebook.com/Catbuysrei/ https://www.manydoorsenterprises.com/ As usual, if you or someone you know would make a great guest for the show make sure to apply by filling out this short form: https://bit.ly/rei-friends-podcast-app. Make sure we connect via instagram @catbuysrei so you don't miss any of the stories we are sharing about real estate and Cat's REI journey. Song: Limujii - Sweet Talks Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/hoU_O9Hy0QU --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rei-friends/support

The REI Friends Podcast
Juheirry Morales: Formas Flexibles para Comprar Casas

The REI Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:38


Esta semana tuve el placer de tener una super conversación con Juheirry Morales, ella y su prometido compran casas en Filadelfia. La diferencia es la estrategia que ellos usan, es una estrategia súper flexible, que es rápida, sin bancos y totalmente legal (con abogados y documentación). En esta entrevista vamos a hablar de cómo ellos comenzaron y como ayudan a personal que TIENEN que vender su casa rápido y necesitan flexibilidad. Ellos ayudan a personas en Filadelfia y mi equipo y yo ayudamos a personas en el estado de Massachusetts. Comuniquese con Jae aqui: https://www.facebook.com/RomanForHomes https://www.facebook.com/RFHRentToOwn https://www.instagram.com/roman.with.jae/ Necesita Ayuda en Massachusetts - ciudades como Lawrence, Haverhill, Methuen, Lowell, Peabody se puede comunicar conmigo aqui: https://www.instagram.com/catbuysrei/ https://www.facebook.com/Catbuysrei/ https://www.manydoorsenterprises.com/ As usual, if you or someone you know would make a great guest for the show make sure to apply by filling out this short form: https://bit.ly/rei-friends-podcast-app. Make sure we connect via instagram @catbuysrei so you don't miss any of the stories we are sharing about real estate and Cat's REI journey. Song: Limujii - Sweet Talks Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/hoU_O9Hy0QU --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rei-friends/support

The Stark Transformation Show
169 - Practical Tips For Navigating A Spiritual Awakening with ZofiaRennea Morales

The Stark Transformation Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 56:39


If you ever wanted to understand what a spiritual awakening is supposed to feel like, you will devour this episode with award-winning global strategist and former biophysicist, ZofiaRennea Morales. She shares what it means to live a soul lead life while she drops golden nugget after nugget of wisdom. She describes her life leading up to her dark night of the soul, when she got on her knees to ask for help, and how everything worked together to help her save her life. ZofiaRennea provides practical ways of using what she's learned when you can't let go of your Ego. She'll review the tools she uses, what to do if they don't work, and reveal the fastest most powerful tool to get you down the spiritual path. ZofiaRennea Morales is the host of the talk radio program Sovereign Self and the creator of the Conscious Enlightenment Process. As a transformation alchemist and teacher, she guides clients to find the gold within their most painful life transitions, helping people from all backgrounds notice how life wraps the best gifts in the shittiest wrapping paper.  Learn more about ZofiaRennea Morales and click here to learn your Superpower! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/zofiarennea Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ZofiaRennea/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ZofiaRennea Website - https://transformationspace.co/ Find more about Amy Stark and her courses: www.starktransformation.com  Support the Podcast:  www.starktransformation.com/donate-to-the-podcast  You Are Energy Course https://stark-transformation.thinkific.com/courses/you-are-energy

The Shamrock: A show about the Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Can Notre Dame slow down Caleb Williams & spoil USC's playoff hopes? w/ Antonio Morales

The Shamrock: A show about the Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 53:24


Antonio Morales, The Athletic's USC beat writer, joins the show to preview the Battle for the Jeweled Shillelagh between Notre Dame and USC. Follow Pete on Twitter: @PeteSampson_ Follow Matt on Twitter: @Matt_Fortuna Follow Antonio on Twitter: @AntonioCMorales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ocu-Pasión
Accessing Different Parts of Yourself with Actor Yumarie Morales

Ocu-Pasión

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:26


Capítulo 049: On this episode of Ocu-Pasión we are joined by Los Angeles-based Actor, Yumarie Morales.  Listen in as we discuss representation in the industry, the process of learning from rejection, and the importance of having a strong willingness to persevere.Yumarie Morales, of Panamanian and Puerto Rican parentage, has always found herself at the intersection of American culture and traditional Latin American values. Being an "Army brat" afforded her the opportunity to live and travel around the globe, collecting experiences for what would turn out to be her true creative expression, performing. A graduate from the University of Northern Colorado, she promised her Mom she would secure a backup plan; so while double majoring in Theatre and Spanish Literature, she also minored in communication. Presently, Yumarie lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, and can be spotted frequently during the commercial break. While commercial work has been a privilege, she hopes that the connections she's made in TV and film, continue to provide a path to perform for larger audiences while demonstrating a key message, Representation Matters.Follow Yumarie:https://www.instagram.com/yumariesafarihttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm4420746/Ocu-Pasión Podcast is a heartfelt interview series showcasing the experiences of artists and visionaries within the Latin American/ Latinx community hosted by Delsy Sandoval. Join us as we celebrate culture & creativity through thoughtful dialogue where guests from all walks of life are able to authentically express who they are and connect in ways listeners have not heard before.Delsy Sandoval is the Host and Executive Producer of Ocu-Pasión. If you want to support the podcast, please rate and review the show here. You can also get in touch with Delsy at www.ocupasionpodcast.comFollow Ocu-Pasión on Instagram: @ocupasionpodcast www.instagram.com/ocupasionpodcastJoin the Ocu-Pasión Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/5160180850660613/Visit www.ocupasionpodcast.com for more episodes.https://linktr.ee/Ocupasionpodcast