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Carli Lloyd joins the show to discuss her last game with the USWNT and her retirement. She also reflects on her decorated career in the U.S. Women's National team and explains what it took to become such a legendary player. Alexi asks Carli about her time at their alma mater, Rutgers University, and look at what makes New Jersey such a great state. We then look ahead to the NWSL playoffs as Carli's team Gotham FC makes a run for the NWSL Championship. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael and Steve welcome the one and only Vincent Pastore back to the podcast. Vinny has a blast sharing his favorite memories from the show, and how he thought he got whacked for smoking weed at a concert. He also shares a really funny story about how he screwed up introducing Bruce Springsteen at a concert, and of course whether he thinks Tony is alive or dead. Then Michael and Steve take on the third episode of the final season. Tony is questioning Paulie's loyalty, Phil is making big moves and the series is starting to build to that final ending. Check out Talking Sopranos #83 “Remember When” S7-Ep3. Make sure to subscribe to the Talking Sopranos podcast wherever you get your podcasts and go to the Talking Sopranos website to buy official merchandise. Now's your chance to enter the Talking Sopranos Superfan Contest and join Michael and Steve on the podcast. Just go to talkingsopranos.com or click the link below and tell us in 150 words or less why you are a Talking Sopranos Superfan and what you think happened at the end of the series. Entries are due by November 1st at midnight.https://www.talkingsopranos.com/fancontest WOKE UP THIS MORNING: The Definitive Oral History of the Sopranos is available on November 2nd wherever books are sold. Get yours before they sell out. Also Michael and Steve are signing copies on November 2nd at the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, New Jersey http://www.book-ends.comBarnes and Noble will be holding a virtual event on Monday November 8th at 7pm.https://www.eventbrite.com/o/barnes-amp-noble-17337409237 Check out Comedy and Conversations with the Sopranos Live. Get your tickets today!https://www.ticketmaster.com/in-conversation-with-the-sopranos-tickets/artist/2683319 See Zopa live Saturday November 6th at Baby's Alright in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, N.Y.http://babysallright.com Get official Sopranos merchandise and more at http://www.proplayerstars.comNeed a ride call Broadway Elite and tell them Michael and Steve sent you. https://broadway-elite.com or call 973-515-8123https://www.talkingsopranos.comhttps://www.betterhelp.com/talkinghttps://simplisafe.com/talkinghttps://www.indochino.com
An abandoned car was found on a New Jersey bridge. Was it a missing person case, or something more? What happened to 19-year-old Sarah Stern? The answer sent shock waves through the close-knit community of Neptune. Listen to the story of how a young woman's childhood friends committed the ultimate betrayal.
Mary McCormack is one of today's boldest and most versatile actresses, continually challenging herself with roles that often defy Hollywood standards and bring to light the complex lives of ordinary women. The LA Times says, “McCormack has a kind of 20th century sass, a lively impertinence you find in classic Hollywood comedians like Barbara Stanwyck, Irene Dunne and Rosalind Russell.” She has shown her immense talent working in film, television and on stage, and has tackled roles ranging from slapstick comedy to intense drama. Tony-nominated for her role in Broadway's “Boeing Boeing” opposite Mark Rylance, she is also widely known for her four seasons as a regular cast member of “The West Wing" (two SAG Award nominations), as the lead of USA's critically acclaimed “In Plain Sight,” and for her role opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts. McCormack's recent television work includes starring roles in the ABC series “The Kids Are Alright,” the AMC series “Loaded,” the NBC comedy series “Welcome To The Family” as well as arcs on such shows as HBO's “The Newsroom,” “Scandal” (ABC), Gus van Sant's award-winning miniseries “When We Rise” (ABC), “House of Lies” (Showtime) and the “Will & Grace” reboot (NBC). McCormack will also appear in the new Hulu Blumhouse anthology series “Treehouse.” McCormack can also be seen in the HBO Max feature Unpregnant. In non-scripted, McCormack produces the hit game show “25 Words or Less” alongside Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky which was just renewed for a second season. Next up, McCormack can be seen staring in the STARZ series “Heels.” McCormack returned to the Broadway stage in 2008 to star in “Boeing Boeing” alongside Christine Baranski, Mark Rylance and Bradley Whitford. Marc Camoletti's classic sixties comedy won the Tony for Best Revival and earned McCormack a 2008 Tony nomination for “Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play.” Additional stage credits include a highly successful run opposite Alan Cumming as Sally Bowles in the Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall-directed Broadway production of “Cabaret” for the Roundabout Theatre Company, as well as the acclaimed London stage production of Neil LaBute's play “Bash,” the David Warren-directed productions of “My Marriage To Earnest Borgnine” and Jon Robin Baitz's “A Fair Country.” McCormack breakout performance, opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts, won her universal critical acclaim. McCormack's additional television and feature credits include: Aaron Sorkin's NBC smash hit “The West Wing,” a recurring role on “ER,” Right At Your Door, the Stephen King thriller 1408, Christopher Guests' “For Your Consideration,” the Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney HBO political series “K-Street,” as Justine Appleton in Steve Bochco's “Murder One,” as well as the USA Network miniseries “Traffic,” directed by Stephen Hopkins (24). In addition, McCormack has appeared in varied roles in such films as Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star opposite David Spade; K-PAX opposite Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey; Full Frontal, directed by Steven Soderbergh and opposite David Duchovny and Catherine Keener; High Heels & Low Lifes with Minnie Driver; Mystery, Alaska, written by David E. Kelley and starring Russell Crowe; Other Voices, with Stockard Channing and Campbell Scott; The Broken Hearts Club, opposite John Mahoney and Timothy Olyphant; The Big Tease opposite Craig Ferguson; Gun Shy with Sandra Bullock and Liam Neeson; the Clint Eastwood film, True Crime; Mimi Leder's Deep Impact; The Alarmist, opposite Stanley Tucci; Father's Day and Miracle on 34th Street. She also appeared in Michael G. Cooney's The Men and the feature film Drone with Sean Bean as well as Amazon's period drama American Girl: Mary Ellen. Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is a graduate of Trinity College and resides with her family in Los Angeles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The BLTR crew is proud to sit down with New Jersey native and the Lancaster Barnstormer's bullpen catcher, Robert Rosado. Rosado brings to the Barnstormers not only a baseball background but one that includes degrees in exercise science and physiology and experience as a CrossFit trainer and competitive weightlifter. As a former gym owner and keen on recognizing the many injuries and rehab needs of athletes, Robert sought out a massage therapy license and continued specialization in orthopedic manual therapy. With a meticulous eye on body posture and athletic movement, Robert can detect imbalances and problematic areas long before injuries occur. Rosado is one of the most authentic and genuine individuals in the game and is endowed with a selfless desire to help athletes stay healthy and materialize their professional dreams of getting to the Big Leagues.
Sean Pravica is a Californian writer and the author of Hold Still Fast, a collection of stories fifty words and under, and Stumbling Out the Stable, a novel. Patrick Roche is a queer poet, mental health advocate, and Carly Rae Jepsen enthusiast from New Jersey. George Saunders is the author of eleven books, including LincolnContinue reading "Pravica x Roche x Saunders"
You can follow the show on Twitter (@stscast) or Facebook, (@stscast.fb) or on Instagram (@stscast.gram)Check out Patreon at, https://www.patreon.com/STScastThis week's featured podcast is Spooky Science Sisters Be sure to check out Straight Up Strange Productions for more great pods!The small city of Eagle River is the county seat of Vilas County Wisconsin. It boasts a population of 1,398. Eagle River was the first Native American settlement in the area. In 1961 it was the place to be if you needed some alien space pancakes.Wikipedia article about Eagle River, Wisconsinforteana.freeservers.commilwaukeemag.com/stories-of-strange-and-unusual-ufo-sightings-in-wisconsin/High Bridge is a borough located in northwestern New Jersey. There is not much to say about this little town unless you count the stories of Alien Contactee Howard Menger.Wikipedia article about High Bridge, New Jerseyweirdnj.com/stories/unexplained-phenomena/howard-menger-high-bridge/Fate Magazine Issue # 737 “Top UFO Contactees by Timothy Green Beckley” fatemag.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/small-town-secrets. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hooray for another episode of The Total Christmas Podcast.First up we look at The Eye of Sauron Yule Log from The Lord of the Rings. A 2 second loop of a flaming eye playing for 5 hours. It's riveting stuff.You can watch it here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q23_LCri1Kw&t=201sThis episode we have 4, count'em 4, Top Ten Christmas Movies Lists. Where will they land on our chart?You'll have to listen to find out.Then we look at the Gavle Goat. It's a Swedish tradition where the people of Gavle build a massive straw goat only for some cheeky sod to try and burn it down.We have a great story of how Stacey McKinsey's youngest child found out the truth about santa.Then we have an interview with friend of the show Eddie Honan who has had the honor of playing Fezziwig for the last 5 years at the Music Mountain Theatre, Lambertville, New Jersey. If you live nearby you should get yourself along and tell them Jack sent you.Here's a link:https://www.musicmountaintheatre.org/This episode Rich Chambers shares the story of how he learned to love A Christmas Carol whilst being terrified of Jacob Marley. Then we play his song Peace and Harmony.You can hear the whole song here:https://richchambers.com/santa-s-rockin-bandYou know we love ya.Merry Christmas.
Texas Gerrymandering, Truth Social. Also what is up with the "Go Brandon" chant. Abortion rights are on the chopping block. Joe Machin can't get anything done, is he leaving the Dems? Will Steve Bannon go to jail.
Rachel Trotta shares five simple steps to improve immunity Episode 1520: Improving Immunity - Five Simple Steps by Rachel Trotta on Feeling Your Best and Staying Healthy Rachel Trotta is a certified personal trainer, fitness nutritionalist, and health writer living in Red Bank, New Jersey, and helping clients all over the world. She loves helping women transform their habits and their relationships to themselves, to help them achieve long-lasting results. The original post is located here: https://racheltrotta.com/fitness/improving-immunity/ With Indeed Instant Match, over 90% of employers get quality candidates as soon as they sponsor their job post. Get started with a $75 sponsored job credit to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/Health Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 269: This week Cindi Gelormini stops by and talks about the event she put on in New Jersey. https://www.amazon.com/Robbies-World-SPECTRUM-Adventures-Book/dp/163221847X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3FLSAFQMUZKNR&dchild=1&keywords=cindy+gelormini&qid=1634970563&sprefix=cindi+gelormini%2Caps%2C173&sr=8-1 https://www.facebook.com/cindy.gelormini.338
In this episode of the "Chicken Dinner" podcast, Sam Panayotovich discusses a Traefecta whiff and $1 billion wagered in New Jersey last month. Special guest Iain McMillan from BetSided join the show to talk about gas station parlays and betting every NFL game this year.SUBSCRIBE! "Chicken Dinner" on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and wherever else you listen to your podcastsFOLLOW! @chickenxdinner @spshoot
Ricochet.com Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel is in for Jim. Today, Jon and Greg welcome polls showing just a 4-6 point lead for the Democrat in the New Jersey governor’s race. They also have plenty to say as emails show the National School Board Association and the Biden administration were in contact well before the NSBA publicly […]
Micaela Isler and Adam Belmar examine the electoral and political landscape with Jim Ellis – from Ellis Insight. The latest on New Jersey and Virginia gubernatorial campaigns and the impact to the upcoming primaries and 2022 midterms, from redistricting.
Join Chana Weinberg on this episode to learn about pitcher and sabra Alon Leichman and the coach who brought Israel to Eric Holtz , a rare pair whose legacies trace back to the beginning of organized baseball in Israel and how their wild baseball journeys led them both back home to join Team Israel. This limited-run podcast will tell the story of how a small country the size of New Jersey which features no professional baseball league managed to produce a world-class team that beat a string of baseball Goliaths to secure a trip to Tokyo. With unprecedented insider access to players, coaches, and managers, the show will tell the stories of the ragtag team of athletes -- some former Major Leaguers, some underdogs -- who managed to pull off one of the greatest upsets in modern sports history, touching on larger themes like faith, friendship, and nationhood. This is a production of SoulShop in partnership with the Israel Association of Baseball.
What do baseball and politics have in common? I have no idea, but Henry Olsen does. Actually, the kinds of data measurements we use in baseball can be applied to politics as well, and few do it better than Henry. So in this “classic format” episode, we talk about why President Biden is just biding his time in office, having squandered his election by mis-reading the public mood, and how this may very well tip the off-year gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey to Republicans, as it did in 1993 and 2009, when, in what has become a recurring pattern, Democrats overreach. Then we talk about baseball—in particular the decline of starting pitchers and .300 hitters, and the rise of the so-called “bullpen game.” Give me those old 20-game winners like Jim Palmer and .325 hitters like Rod Carew and Pete Rose, please. But you’d expect this from a reactionary like me.
The search for solutions to address climate change is urgent. People want action now, something that will move the needle. But every solution that's on the table has potential unintended consequences or tradeoffs involved. For example, wind power sounds like a great, clean option, but wind farms need space — where should they be located? A plan to construct them in the ocean is upsetting many fishermen and conservationists. Efforts to mine the ocean floor for precious metals needed to make batteries for renewables are scaring marine biologists. And an audacious plan to cool the earth through geo-engineering is making lots of folks very anxious. On this episode, we explore climate solutions, their potential drawbacks, and how we can carefully weigh the risks and benefits. Also heard on this week’s episode: We talk with environmental researcher Forrest Fleischman about why planting trees may not be the climate cure-all we think it is. Fleischman is an associate professor of environment and natural resource policy at the University of Minnesota. How do we cut fossil fuel emissions? One idea from the Biden administration is opening large-scale commercial offshore wind farms. But in New Jersey, Susan Phillips reports the planned wind farms occupy some of the most fertile fishing grounds in the nation, which has sparked a major fight. Erik Cordes, professor and vice chair of biology at Temple University in Philadelphia, joins us to discuss the pivotal — yet often forgotten — role the deep ocean plays in protecting us from some of the worst effects of climate change, along with a new threat facing it: deep sea mining. While countries struggle to cut carbon emissions, some scientists say it's time to study a more controversial, short-term measure — reflecting more sunlight away from the earth to cool the planet. Alan Yu reports. People spend a lot of time and effort fighting invasive plant species and trying to return landscapes to their previous state. Samantha Chapman, professor of biology at Villanova University and co-director of its Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Stewardship, joins us to discuss rethinking that approach.
On today's episode of The Good Dirt, we're chatting with Angela Ferraro Fanning of Axe and Root Homestead, a six-acre farm in central New Jersey. Angela shares the story of how she went from being a graphic designer to a homesteader in 2012, when she told her husband she'd like to trade her job income for time outside growing food they would no longer have to buy. Now she finds herself balancing a life raising two boys with managing a working farm, as well as authoring a cookbook, a children's book series and hosting a homesteading podcast. In this conversation, we discuss not only the benefits of growing your own food, but the many options available to the modern homesteader. Though the concept of homesteading appeals to a lot of people, the reality of shifting to such a lifestyle is often intimidating and seemingly full of obstacles. Angela explains that homesteading doesn't look the same for everyone, and doesn't have to be defined by what you see when you look out your window. She encourages her followers to begin with the smallest task, such as growing one plant, and taking that longing for connection to food and nature just one step at a time. It doesn't have to involve raising and harvesting your own animals, or all of your food, baking artisan bread or keeping bees. There are likely others in your area that can do all of that. Instead, she says to focus on what interests you, and rely on your community for the rest. The homesteading mindset is about hands-on, local, seasonal living. Join us on today's episode to hear more about the first steps that Angela took in growing her own food, how she got comfortable with the constant trial and error of homesteading, and how she's slowly expanding her business through writing and online media. Listen to the episode on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-good-dirt/id1492217846 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/2lpelAmHPGbMVdOOpxhxTo (Spotify), https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-good-dirt-981565 (Podchaser), https://the-good-dirt.simplecast.com/ (Simplecast), https://podtail.com/en/podcast/the-good-dirt/ (Podtail), or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: A day in the life of Angela The joys and challenges of farm life Getting back to basics and not relying on machinery Homesteading on a plant-based diet Sharing her story and expertise through writing, podcasting, and online courses Guest Info https://www.axeandroothomestead.com/ (Website) https://www.instagram.com/axeandroothomestead/ (Instagram) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-definitely-not-simple-life/id1543790060 (The Definitely Not Simple Life Podcast) The Harvest Table: A Collection of Seasonal Plant- Based Recipes Inspired by the Home Garden Little Country Cottage: An Autumn Treasury of Recipes, Crafts and Wisdom Follow Us: https://lady-farmer.com/blogs/the-good-dirt-podcast (Our Website) https://www.instagram.com/thegooddirtph/ (Instagram)
Today we are sharing a previously recorded episode that is just as timely as it was when it was first recorded. In it I wanted to talk about the need for growth and how it ties into the subject of intake. You want more clients and more money, which means you need to grow. However, growth is often destabilizing. How can you and your law firm successfully work through the ‘growing pains'? Stay tuned to find out! In this episode we discuss: How growth can be destabilizing, yet necessary. 5 principles of why we need to grow. The necessity of having a CEO and the CEO's responsibilities. How opportunity is the fuel that propels a business forward. The money math of growing and investing in your business while experiencing inflation. How clearing clutter removes energy, making room for new energy. Why growth can trigger a fear of abandonment. How growth can help to overcome entrepreneurial burnout. Allison Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law. Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University. In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers. She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money. Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms. Contact Info: Allison references that the scheduler will be in the show notes to reach out and schedule time to speak with a member of our team. https://go.oncehub.com/LawFirmMentor Contact Law Firm Mentor: Scheduler: https://meetme.so/LawFirmMentor Snippets 00:43:44 Allison Williams (50 Seconds) The fifth reason why growth is a necessity in business is that most entrepreneurs do not burn out from doing more. They burn out from accomplishing less. Ok, hear me when I say this, I'm going to say it again, because I think it's one of the most profound things that you can come to terms with as a law firm owner. Most entrepreneurs don't burn out from doing more. They burn out from accomplishing less. Ok, think about that for a moment. It's not really that we are tired, that we are kind of chasing our tails, if you will. A lot of people don't mind putting in the work if they're getting somewhere. It's that emotionally deflating feeling of putting in the work year over year over year without having that return on the investment of your time, that you're putting in, and what you're getting out is a few pennies more.
Back to the OG Scooter & The Big Man days as it's just Bryan and PJ for this episode. The search for a new POBO rages on as the boys discuss the future of the front office along with how the media covers the Mets. The Mets announce Carlos Carrasco will be having off-season elbow surgery, we discuss what that will mean for the further of the rotation. Carlos Correa or Javy Baez? Finally, we talk about all the ins and outs of the on going MLB playoffs and wrap it up by giving our predictions from the remaining Final Four. Without further adieu, Let's Get It Started.
Since we only have special people here in the dHarmic Evolution, we got a really special young lady to join us today. Strap up your seatbelts, because we're taking a ride today from the Music City all the way to Georgia. Ladies and gentlemen, we've got Beth Crowley! Beth first gained recognition on YouTube back in 2011. She was inspired by a comedic group called Axis of Awesome and she posted a medley of popular songs titled, “Greatest Song Ever Written.” The song was quickly picked up by Reddit, BuzzFeed, and Tumblr, and now this video has over a million views on YouTube. From 2014, Beth already has released one full-length album, two EPs, and numerous singles. Her book-inspired music includes songs based on the Dark Artifices series, The Divergent series, the Lunar Chronicles, Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, The Fault in Our Stars, the Shatter Me series, and many more. She's also written several commissioned custom songs for books and book series. Coming from Nashville and now back in Georgia, Beth continues to write and release new music. She's also started writing her first young adult novel. It was a real pleasure learning about Beth Crowley, her music, and all the things that she's doing in her book. There's a lot more to see of her in the future. But for now, let's get to know more about her here on the dHarmic Evolution! More about Beth Crowley Beth Crowley wants to thank her listeners for continuing to support her dream of writing meaningful music, and if you haven't listened to her yet, check out all her links below. She is most active on Instagram as it is more interactive, but you can look at all the social media platforms provided below! Quotes: 04:20 “I think a lot of people had that moment this past year of being like, “Why am I away from things that are important to me if I don't have to be?” 13:00 “I love lyrics and I love language and I just had the imagery for this song of where storms are, like very impactful and sometimes terrible but I was fascinated by the idea that there are people that actually seek them out like they get some kind of reward out of going into the storms rather than going away from them.” 19:11 “My ideal situation is to be able to traditionally publish this book and have the soundtrack that goes with it and be able to tour and actually play. Like, have a book tour and play music at the same time. I think that would be such a cool format for touring.” 23:27 “I hope that I'm in a position someday where I would be able to have a series of shows and not have to worry about nobody showing up for them. Because I've definitely been there where I had a show that just nobody came to and that's very humbling.” 37:45 “It really is an interesting combination of being so satisfied with the music but also, all of the memories and associations that come with the experience and so I'm just really grateful that I think that's probably something that not everyone is lucky enough to have, that they not only have an album that they really believe in but they had a great experience doing it, and so just everything about it was more than I could have hoped for.” 47:54 “I would say the biggest thing is don't go for that instantaneous viral moment. Build a foundation, which takes time. If you're building a house, you build a foundation, and you do it slowly and carefully, so you can have the rest of the house be supported by that. It doesn't have to happen quickly. If you stick with it, and you work hard, it's not like a guarantee that stuff will happen for you, but it certainly increases your chances. But you have to make things happen for yourself. You can't sit back and wait for them to happen.” Timestamps: 01:06 Introducing Beth Crowley 02:32 How was Beth's move from Nashville to Georgia? 07:04 Listen to “Storm Chaser” by Beth Crowley 10:59 What is the metaphor and what is Storm Chaser about? 13:41 How was her experience filming a video of the writing process for Storm Chaser? 15:12 How was Beth's process of creating a song? 17:17 What are Beth's tricks on hanging onto the ideas and getting something 18:24 Aside from being a songwriter, Beth is also writing books and is writing her first novel. 20:12 Is Beth performing or has any plans on taking her music to Georgia? 21:54 The advantages of using online platforms to reach out to a larger audience 23:47 Beth shares about live streaming on YouTube, Facebook, and other platforms. 28:09 What is “YOU'RE EXHAUSTING” about? 29:25 Listen to “YOU'RE EXHAUSTING” by Beth Crowley 32:30 Beth shares the production of her songs and how she met her producer, 35:46 How was Beth's first album project back in 2014? 40:25 What does Beth do for downtime or chilling out? 43:26 What is Beth's main instrument? 44:10 What are Beth's goals in the future? 46:15 What is the best place for people to connect with Beth Crowley? 47:31 What does Beth want to say to the audience, especially the young upcoming musicians? 49:34 Listen to “Ride On” by James Kevin O'Connor Spotify Playlist: Check out our three dHarmic Rising Stars playlists and listen to great artists who have been a guest on the show. If you have been a guest, you can see hear music here. Send the links to your family and friends as well! dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4 dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS dHarmic Evolution links: Head over to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favorite platform. Let me know what you think too, by simply leaving a comment! “7 Steps to Mental Freedom” This book is accessible through the website and it is a great help for people suffering from anxiety and depression. Do you know someone? Have them go to dharmicevolution.com so they can read this. Check out the Facebook Page as well so you are up to date with everything that we are doing. Visit the link here: dHarmic Evolution Saying hello to friends who are artists, singers, songwriters, keynote speakers, or any creatives! Feel free to join our group where you can share your content and let the world know what you do and support you. Go to: dHarmic Evolution Community. Hey, if you're around New Jersey, “Dr. Scientist” from Austin Texas has shown in the area. October 29 - Tavern Off The Green in Morristown, New Jersey October 30 - Johnnies Tavern in Boonton, New Jersey At 9 PM for both evenings, I will be opening the show with my son Trevor, for this event. I hope to see you there! Special links and Mentions: Dolly Parton Tony Robbins Daniel Dennis of Prime Cut Studio Michelle Branch Music Row Connect with Beth Crowley Website: https://www.bethcrowley.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bethjcrowley/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bethcrowleymusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/bethjcrowley YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKiamQNDwgPEj38TvPlsTBQ YouTube Music: https://music.youtube.com/channel/UCI0yTzfuZj1DBxaqIa21Z8Q Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/70Mtv8bWyfIXjxORsNnqq6 Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/beth-crowley/491629667 Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/artist/5361961
David and Michelle challenge the notions of coincidence and that the community of humanity is very small. David supports this theory with a remarkable story of how he was sitting 2 seats over from his cousin's from New Jersey's friend and would have never known it were it not for her seeing him on facebook live. The world is smaller than we want to think. In other news, it's David's birthday. In further news, the word of the day is Gumption. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/support
Happy Halloween dear listeners! The October 30th 1937 War of The Worlds radio broadcast is an artistic masterpiece that shapes a great deal of the Horror we consume today. A monument to the power of mass media and how fear can be used to control the populace, in this particular case for entertainment purposes. G and Mike take a deep dive into the backstory and impact on the stat of New Jersey that cold October Sunday. We hear from the operators that took the desperate calls and play some of the media of that time which influenced the broadcast. We also discuss how fear is being used to control the populace today for perhaps more sinister purposes in mass media and the social networks.
In this episode Tim sits down with repeat guest Mike Varady, traditional bowhunter out of New Jersey, to recount the night of October 13, when he harvested his 4th buck with traditional tackle in the last 3 years. Enjoy the show. #GetPrimal
2:41:16 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Storage units, farming, demolition, fractal time, apartment sadness, The Iselin Run, keeping up with the Phish tour, grits, the origin of the world, Riders Republic, Fulton Market at South Street Seaport, Virtuality, Dactyl Nightmare, Del Maguey Chichicapa, James Bond movie No Time to Die […]
Episode 2183 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a story about how the State of New Jersey is encouraging organizations to honor its veterans. The featured story appeared on the Patch website and is titled: Manalapan Recognized By … Continue reading → The post Episode 2183 – How New Jersey encourages veteran appreciation appeared first on .
Pro-Trump extremists seem to have a tight grip on the Republican Party at both state and national levels. With elections around the corner, traditional Republicans are now calling for party officials to move the GOP away from "Trumpism." Some are even wondering whether a new center-right party may be needed — as a last resort. These concerns were expressed by Gov. Christine Todd Whitman and Miles Taylor in a recent Washington Post op-ed. They join Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang in this week's show. Todd Whitman is the former governor of New Jersey (1994 to 2001). Taylor served at the Department of Homeland Security from 2017 to 2019, including as chief of staff, and was the anonymous author of a 2018 guest essay for The Times criticizing President Donald Trump's leadership.
Alva from New Jersey has questions about forgiving her parents. She describes her situation with the father of her daughter. Freddy from Indiana thanks Jesse for his message. --- Josh from Georgia wonders about responsibility regarding the biblical question. Adam from Chicago, IL says his school is mandating vaccines and speaks on it.
This week Scott and Karl begin their discussion of Edmund Morris's Ten Acres Enough: The Classic 1864 Guide to Independent Farming. The book chronicles Morris leaving the Philadelphia business world in the early 1800s and buying a small farm in the New Jersey countryside. Karl says, "It's a back-to-the-land book for 1864." Scott later adds, "These back-to-the-land movements certainly do seem to come in cycles, but they never really go away... There is always a large number of people who want to provide for themselves in a less abstract way." Ten Acres Enough is perfect for any would-be owners of small farms, and anyone drawn to the idea of an agrarian lifestyle. Both Scott and Karl have personal and practical contributions to make to the discussion— be sure to tune in next week for Part Two. Brought to you by onlinegreatbooks.com.
On this episode, Jason sits down with three Washington National Guard Airmen who volunteered for the massive effort to help Afghanistan Evacuees transition to life in America. They traveled to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey where they were a part of more than 200 Airmen working 24 hour operations helping more than 9,500 evacuees continue their journey to the U.S. They worked long, tireless days assisting with tasks like acquiring and distributing everyday household items, hygiene products, clothing, baby products. They helped quarantine refugees who have been exposed to infectious diseases, not just COVID-19, but measles and chickenpox among others. But probably their most important responsibilities they had were the the connections they made along the way. These Airmen were some of the first Americans the refugees saw. The impression that they made on the families and children that were going through a very traumatizing experience, will undoubtedly last a lifetime.
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano gives analysis of the New York City Mayoral debate featuring, Gov. David Paterson, former Governor of New York State, Dominic Carter, veteran broadcast journalist covering politics in New York and a WABC radio talk show host every night at Midnight & Bob Straniere, attorney and former Republican State Assemblyman from New York City. Then Mayor Don Guardian, former Mayor of Atlantic City and a Republican candidate for State Assembly in New Jersey's District 2, joins Frank for the AC report.
This episode's conversation is about the new Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), the fee disclosure part of it, as well as ERISA and the fiduciary responsibility that self-insured employers are responsible to comply with under the law. Don't worry, the first thing my guest in this healthcare podcast, Christin Deacon, does is explain these terms, what they actually mean, and how they can be a tool actually in CEOs' or CFOs' toolboxes to get access to the employer's own claims data, which is a linchpin here that we'll talk about in a sec. But suffice to say here that the ERISA fiduciary responsibility has a few provisions and, in general, self-insured employer health plan administrators kind of tend to off-load worrying about these provisions to their brokers and consultants. The problem with this is that brokers and consultants do not bear the ERISA fiduciary responsibility. They do not bear the responsibility of complying with the CAA either. The employer does. You'd think that, given this, more self-insured employers would dig in hard to do their own due diligence to check whether or not their plan is compliant. But they don't. I asked Parker Edman from Leavitt Partners why, and he said he thought that it's likely a combination of the “old boy's network” and a fear of the massive lift that switching up plan designs or even looking at this might entail. But here's another facet: There's a contingent of plan advisors and carriers who have a very vested interest in self-insured employers not knowing what's going on with their spend. And they actually even have a magic trick that they have developed to beat back inquiries. In this magic trick, HIPAA is the abracadabra. Let me give you an example role-play. Self-insured employer: I need my claims data. Carrier: HIPAA. Self-insured employer: Nooo, not the HIPAA. I stand down. Forget I mentioned it. Here's a pro tip: Actually read HIPAA. Pull it up on your computer. It's easy to find. Spoiler alert: You know what you'll discover? Ninety percent of it is a love note to the carriers themselves that govern the data they must possess and the structure of that data. Ten percent of it is about the privacy of that data, and in that 10%, it specifies clearly that a self-insured employer is a covered entity and, therefore, falls under the umbrella of who can have access to claims data, especially if it is deidentified. Of course, said employer has obligations as to how to treat that data, but yeah, just don't be fooled by the HIPAA when it's wielded like sorcery. The only reason that word has any power is because so many C-suites let it have power. Also now, there's some provisions in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, the CAA (which was passed in 2020), which really ups the ante here. My guest, Christin Deacon, explains all of this and more, including what's up with the CAA, which is good because I could barely remember the name of it throughout the course of this interview. Christin Deacon is a healthcare leader and public-sector entrepreneur. She is a former deputy attorney general, a “recovering attorney” as she calls herself. Earlier this year, 2021, she left her role running the state health and school health benefits plan for about 800,000 New Jersey public employees. Now, she's just transitioned to the private sector where she serves as an executive VP at 4C Health Solutions. You can learn more by emailing Christin at email@example.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn. Christin Deacon is a healthcare thought leader who brings with her a wealth of experience in both public and private sector. Driven by her passion to change the healthcare system to truly benefit patients and payers, she focuses on bringing solutions and agency to self-funded and government-sponsored health plans. 04:10 What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? 05:40 What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? 08:18 “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” 09:39 “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” 13:35 “You have to own your data.” 15:04 “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” 15:31 “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” 16:25 How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? 21:36 “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” 22:22 “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” 24:11 “What does value mean?” 27:41 “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” 29:30 “At the end of the day, it's about people.” 29:38 “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” 32:21 “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. And they're holding them; they just have to use them.” 34:10 Marshall Allen's new book. You can learn more by emailing Christin at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn. @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You have to own your data.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “What does value mean?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “At the end of the day, it's about people.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. And they're holding them; they just have to use them.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Gary Campbell, Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster
Stevie Van Zandt, aka "Miami Steve," aka "Little Steven," aka "Silvio Dante," has written an autobiography, "Unrequited Infatuations." We dig into the process of writing the book, and we also cover the landscape from New Jersey...back to New Jersey! Growing up with the radio, the greatness of the Beatles, struggling in Asbury Park, failing to make the E Street Band, going straight and doing construction, playing the oldies circuit, making the E Street Band, going solo, returning to the E Street Band and appearing in "The Sopranos" and... Steven says he's not good with money, but he's had a jam-packed career, his life is rich with experiences, listen as we go deep! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ed Stasium is a musician, engineer, and producer with a career in music that spans almost 50 years. Getting his start at Tony Camillo's New Jersey studio, he went on to record Gladys Knight, The Ramones, Talking Heads, Living Colour, The Smithereens, Mick Jagger, and Motörhead, to name a few. In this episode, Ed gets in-depth about recording Gladys Knight's "Midnight Train to Georgia," his time with The Ramones, the first Talking Heads record, and his role in the building of New York's iconic Power Station. This is part one of a two-part interview.
You know them from "Summer House," but Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula are now doing double duty with Bravo's newest series, "Winter House." Gibson Johns interviews the newlyweds about filming the show in snowy Vermont with fan favorites from "Summer House" and "Southern Charm," what we can expect from the new faces in the group and why the in-house hookups surprised them. They also chatted about the couple's recent nuptials in New Jersey, how "Winter House" differs from "Summer House," how they react to details leaking to Deuxmoi and what fans can expect from "Summer House" season 6.
Your time in the wilderness is up. God wants to use you again! Get prophetic training on how to jump back into action after a season in the wilderness. Make sure you listen to the end for a project to get you going in ministry once more. Here to help you move forward in your prophetic call, your mentors, Apostles Craig and Colette Toach, encourage you to jump back into ministry. They will convince you that this time around, you will be ready to serve God's people no matter what comes your way. "The wilderness is about you. This means you will grow more in Christ. However, you cannot stay there because it will keep you in a place where everything remains about you." Stick around to the end! They give you a project that will propel you into your first ministry opportunity. Key Scriptures: Luke 3:2 Ready to Step into Your Ministry? Read this Book for Some Extra Help! Prophetic Boot Camp (E-Book) Question Answered: Can I still be a prophet if I don't go to church? Asked By: Betzy Villafane (Ewing, New Jersey, USA) Get Connected with Apostles Craig and Colette Toach Follow Apostles Toach! Facebook.com/ToachMinistries Submit Your Question to the Apostles: ToachMinistries.com Join the Ranks of Next Gen Prophets! Prophetic-School.com
Johnny Richardson is the CEO of The Richardson Group. He grew up in a country town in New Jersey with just one store and a simple life. He moved out to the big city of Las Vegas and built a real estate career not knowing one prospect or having one friend. The skills and processes he has learned and applied in real life have taken him to be in the top 1% of Las Vegas Realtors. He went from a job producing $250,000 to a business with unlimited income and freedom.|Johnny Richardson|InstagramFacebookThe Richardson Group702-608-5723|JakeGallen|InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedin|TimeStamps|0:00 - Introduction5:15 - Moving to Las Vegas7:57 - Real Estate13:33 - Online Branding16:00 - Las Vegas Real Estate23:30 - Scaling A Business27:45 - Shaking It Up With The Sharks39:48 - Providing Value41:23 - Las Vegas Housing Market51:34 - Real Estate Coaching53:42 - What does Las Vegas Mean to You?|LISTEN and SUBSCRIBE to the platform of your choice|-Apple Podcasts-Spotify-Google Podcasts-Amazon Podcasts-Youtube (VIDEO RECORDINGS)
“Everyone processes things differently. We hoped that it wouldn't take away from the rest of my year but you never know in those moments. To bounce back with a 3:59 (for 1,500m) was like, ‘Hell yeah! I deserve to be doing this and racing at this level and competing. This is what we trained for all year.' It was almost like a rewarding moment coming back from that disappointment...Our conversations were really positive. It was about what you could be excited about ahead. There are world champs the next two years and then an Olympic team. This sport moves quickly and there's a lot more to be excited for right away. That definitely helped turning around on the trials.” Josette Norris is a professional runner for the Reebok Boston Track Club. If track and field had a breakout star of the year award, Josette would be a strong candidate for that. She came into the year with personal bests of 4:10.82 for 1,500 meters and 15:29.34 for 5,000 meters. Now, she's at 3:59.72 for 1,500 meters which is No. 9 on the all-time U.S. list and 14:51.32 for 5,000 meters which is No. 10 on the all-time U.S. list. She also ran 4:22.71 for the mile this year. Her best races came after she finished 8th in the Olympic Trials final for the 5,000 meters despite having the fastest time of the year going into the race. She candidly discusses what it was like to overcome that disappointment and then go on an absolute tear, which included a third-place finish in the Diamond League final. Her trip to Europe was the first time she left the country. You'll also get to enjoy plenty of fun New Jersey banter. So if you're in the Jersey or Pennsylvania area, get yourself a cup of Wawa coffee and enjoy this chat which I'd love to dedicate to Josette's mom, who is a huge fan of the pod. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TRACKSMITH is a Boston-based running brand, who crafts performance apparel for training, racing and rest days. With fall races quickly approaching they know race day is as much about reaching the finish line as it is about the consistency and determination it takes to get to the start. Gear up for going far with their Marathon Collection full of running essentials and check out the Tracksmith Journal for some marathon tips from the Tracksmith team. Listeners get 15% off their purchase using code CITIUS15 at checkout. Visit Tracksmith.com today. HUSTLE CLEAN is a mission-driven self-care brand for the active lifestyle. It was created by athletes for high performers that want to do more and be more without compromise. The Hustle Clean Body Wipe is an extra-large, durable, full-body wipe designed to remove sweat, dirt, and body odor in moments when a shower is optimal but not possible. CITIUS MAG Podcast listeners get a deal and get 10% off all their products, if you visit HustleClean.com and use discount code CITIUS at checkout. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by SNY's David Vertsberger to talk about the NBA coming back Tuesday night, all the NBA extensions, the Suns not giving Deandre Ayton the max, the Grizzlies paying Jaren Jackson Jr., the Hawks locking up Kevin Huerter, the case for the Knicks as a No. 3 seed, if a midseason tournament still makes sense and which team starts the hottest and coldest this season (1:00). Then, The Fourth Period's Felix Sicard on early NHL questions, Jack Hughes' potential in New Jersey, the Florida Panthers hot start, the Canadians struggling out of the gate and much more (60:00). Lastly, The Tennesseean's Gentry Estes on the Titans vs. Bills, Derrick Henry's continued dominance, the development of Tennessee's oline, and much more (75:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: David Vertsberger, Felix Sicard, Gentry Estes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
July 16, 1996. Nutley, New Jersey. 36-year old Susan Walsh leaves her son in the care of her estranged husband and says she needs to step out to make some phone calls, but she never returns to her apartment and is not heard from again. At the time, Susan had been working as a freelance […]
Break open a bottle of wine & join us for dinner while we dish all the Sparkle Classic BTS! Bring it On, Joy! Haley is a Cheerleader and the Drama Queens give you all the behind the scenes from the Sparkle Classic, including the fact that they learned the routines moments before the director yelled Action! This horrified Hilarie who actually was a competitive High School Cheerleader. Questions: Should Deodorant and Glitter go together?! Are Sophia's sewing skills real? Who is the expert at spacial math? Real life relationship advice from the Queens, shout outs to New Jersey, and as always love for Tree Hill! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com