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Allie Caminiti is back on the podcast with some important information for runners of all abilities who are having trouble reaching their potential. In this episode, she provides valuable information what is "micro-quitting," how to recognize if it affecting us, why we can all be susceptible to this form of self-sabotage, and how we can stop ourselves from falling to a pattern of micro-quitting. Allie has been running for over 20 years, both competitively and recreationally. She is a sub-3 hour marathoner and her first marathon was the TCS NYC Marathon in 2014 where she unexpectedly qualified for Boston. She has completed 12 marathons ranging from large city races to small town courses with small fields and few spectators. She has run five of the six World Marathon Majors, including NYC, Boston, Chicago, Tokyo, and Berlin. You can follow Allie at www.instagram.com/tinybutmightyrunner and visit her website at www.mindrunnercoaching.com. Sponsors: Oladance - Save 20% on the OWS2 open-ear headphones with superior sound and 19 hours of battery life at www.oladance.com/rambling with code "rambling" Janji - Save 15% on the best running apparel, that includes a five year guarantee, with code “rambling” at www.janji.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on Dopey! We are joined by infamous corrupt New York City police officer, Michael Dowd. We hear about his rise in East New York's legendary 75th precinct. We learn about how Michael Dowd broke bad and get the story on what happened after teaming up with nefarious Dominican drug kingpin Adam Diaz. PLUS how Dowd's alcoholism and addiction to action(and cocaine) drove him ultimately to 12 years in prison. EMAILS! VOICEMAILS, The Return of Ask Erin! and much more on this brand new super gritty corrupt morally shaky episode of that good old Dopey show. Also a short homage to friend of the show and Los Angeles legend - Mike Martt. More About Dopey: Dopey Podcast is the world's greatest podcast on drugs, addiction and dumb shit. Chris and I were two IV heroin addicts who loved to talk about all the coke we smoked, snorted and shot, all the pills we ate, smoked, all the weed we smoked and ate, all the booze we consumed and all the consequences we suffered. After making the show for 2 and a half years, Chris tragically relapsed and died from a fentanyl overdose. Dopey continued on, at first to mourn the horrible loss of Chris, but then to continue our mission - which was at its core, to keep addicts and alcoholics company. Whether to laugh at our time in rehab, or cry at the worst missteps we made, Dopey tells the truth about drugs, addiction and recovery. We continually mine the universe for stories rife with debauchery and highlight serious drug taking and alcoholism. We also examine different paths toward addiction recovery. We shine a light on harm reduction and medication assisted treatment. We talk with celebrities and nobodies and stockpile stories to be the greatest one stop shop podcast on all things drugs, addiction, recovery and comedy pathfinding the route to the heart of the opioid epidemic.
“What can we do to make you not only adapt but thrive?” Dr. Laurie Keefer is a groundbreaker in the world of GI psychology and today she is sharing her research and expertise on The Gut Show! Her study on IBD and resilience as well as her prior work has really shifted the conversation and created a lot of talk in the digestion world. Her work led to the foundation of Trellus Health - which teaches patients with IBD and IBS to learn and build resilience, both physical and emotional. In this episode, we cover: Where did your work begin [1:50] The resilience 5 [3:32] Resilience is the opposite of stress [7:34] “Just stress less” [11:00] When people say they aren't resilient [12:37] The line between realism and being realistic [13:41] The assessment process [15:48] Team based approach [17:16] Prioritization of where to start [18:33] Trellis Health [22:53] About our guest: Dr Laurie Keefer, PhD is a GI Health Psychologist and Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. She has a more than 20 years of experience in the development and implementation of behavioral therapies for chronic digestive disorders, including Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). She currently directs the GRITT Program, an integrated care model for Crohn's and ulcerative colitis patients within the IBD Center at Mount Sinai Hospital. She maintains a clinical practice focused on psychosocial concerns among medically complex IBD. Her research focuses on the application of positive psychology principles, particularly resilience and acceptance to the management of chronic digestive conditions. She has sustained NIH funding since 2008, including holding the first ever T32 Training grant for young investigators at the intersection of physiology and psychology. She continues to focus on the development of precision-based, scalable GI self-management interventions and recently co-founded Trellus Health, Inc, a digital care solution for the chronic conditions based on her GRITT Methodology. Dr Keefer is Founder and Chair of the Rome Foundation's GastroPsych group and serves on the Board of Directors of the Rome Foundation. She has more than 200 peer-reviewed publications and recently co-edited the Handbook of Psychogastroenterology for Mental Health Professionals. Dr Keefer is a sought-after speaker, mentor and collaborator. Dr Keefer received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Albany in New York and completed a residency and fellowship in health psychology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. She has been a champion for integrated behavioral care in gastroenterology and has trained many in this model around the world. She lives in Northern NJ with her husband, two teens and dog. Trellus Health: https://trellushealth.com/ Join the MASTER Method Membership: https://www.ibsmastermethod.com/master-method Connect with Erin & the Gutivate team: IG: @erinjudge.rd or @gutivate Website: www.gutivate.com Schedule a consult: bit.ly/gutivateconsult FREE: IBS Fundamentals Mini Course: https://www.ibsmastermethod.com/ibs-fundamentals-sign-up Join The GUT Community: The Facebook group for those with IBS and digestive health conditions to connect, encourage one another, and dive deeper into the topics we cover on The Gut Show. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thegutcommunity Track your symptoms & understand your body better My Gut Journal is a 90 day gut tracker to build awareness in your mind & body. Get yours at https://gutivate.com/store/mygutjournal
On this Friday edition of Sid & Friends in the Morning, John Catsimatidis, Curtis Sliwa and Andrew Giuliani fill-in for an absent Sidney and deliver you all the news and anecdotes you need on this Friday morning installment of NYC's best morning show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Register for the FREE Awesome Mix Workshop with Bobby Owsinski: https://go.bobbyowsinski.com/musicmix/#a_aid=LShaw Bass! How low can you go? Sam talked about studying with Bruce Swedien, the best way to record vocals in a home studio, the importance of phase, how to mix kick & bass for huge low end, when distortion is good, and the secrets to a killer vocal mix. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Sam Sherbin, a mixing engineer based in Los Angeles, California. First cutting his teeth at various studios in New York City, he went on to develop his skills under the mentorship of the late Bruce Swedien at his home studio in Florida. Since then, Sam has scored cuts with international stars like CL, Stray Kids, Rachel Platten, Ebony Obsidian and more. He collaborates closely with the likes of multi-platinum producer and composer Nick Lee, expanding Sam's footprint in both music and network television shows like NBC's Grand Crew. I ran into Sam at NAMM and am excited for us to dive into learning more about mixing and particularly mixing pop and bass music. Knowing how to get the low end just right is crucial whether you are mixing 808 kick drums and sub bass or just getting a rock band to sounds great. And Sam clearly knows how to get the low end to sounds awesome! THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://www.native-instruments.com use code ROCK10 to get 10% off! https://lewitt.link/rockstars https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin! https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1e91uz20embf5PFLygVBIO?si=7fa7548cbf5e4c70 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/430
Dax Holt and Adam Glyn get you caught up on the biggest stories in Hollywood in the Raw Rundown! The guys talk about the alleged racist remarks from King Charles and Kate Middleton, Mark CUban is calling it quits on Shark Tank, & MORE! Take a dive into Hollywood unlike any you've done before. Real, raw, and uncensored. Join us as we talk to celebs living their lives in front of the cameras AND hear from the paparazzi, bodyguards, and private flight attendants that surround them. Find out what your favorite celebrities are REALLY like. Hosted by entertainment news veteran Dax Holt and NYC photojournalist Adam Glyn. Follow Hollywood Raw TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hollywoodraw Instagram:instagram.com/hollywoodrawpod Facebook:facebook.com/HollywoodRawPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/hollywoodraw Dax Holt Insta:https://www.instagram.com/daxholt/ Twitter: twitter.com/daxholt TikTok: tiktok.com/@dax_holt Adam Glyn Insta: https://www.instagram.com/adamglyn/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamglyn TikTok: tiktok.com/@adamglyn YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamsAppleNYC/ This is another Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a podcast network and digital media production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network by going to HurrdatMedia.com or Hurrdat Media YouTube channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Julianne Moore joins the show to talk about her role in Todd Haynes' May December. The film follows Gracie (Moore) and her husband Joe (Charles Melton), whose notorious romance gripped the nation when it made tabloid news twenty years ago. When a Hollywood actress (Natalie Portman) meets them to do research for a film about their past, the couple buckles under the pressure. Moore reflects on meeting Haynes while auditioning for his 1995 film Safe and explains how it led to their long-running creative relationship, details how she developed the nuances of Gracie's character, and shares what it was like to work with Portman and Melton for the first time. She also reflects on making the unexpected jump from theatre and TV to film as a young actor, shares the moment her first Academy Award nomination truly sank in, and talks about getting recognized on the 6 train in New York City. Listen to more from Netflix Podcasts.
Shoplifting in NYC is out of control, guy drinks his own pee as a health diagnostic tool / sunscreen, and Jimmy Fallon is in trouble again. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Salty Sailor Coffee - Go to http://saltysailorcoffee.com and use promo code BOYSCAST15 to get 15% off FUM - Go to http://tryfum.com and use promo code BOYSCAST for 10% off your order Manscaped - Go to http://manscaped.com and enter code BOYSCAST to get 20% off and free shipping SUPPORT THE BOYSCAST: https://www.patreon.com/theboyscast http://ryanlongcomedy.com MERCH - ryanlongstore.com Ryan @ryanlongcomedy Danny @dannyjokes LEAVE US A FIVE STAR REVIEW! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The band Kiss will play what it's calling its last ever show this weekend in New York City. Thing is, the band has said farewell before — on a tour more than 20 years ago. Turns out, saying (or kissing) goodbye is a big business. Also on the show: Meta’s lawsuit against the FTC, a big month for bonds and a fund for climate change impacts.
Look around beer today and it's easy to find lots … beyond it. Breweries are making hard seltzer, canned cocktails, wine, or opening up restaurant extensions. Whether it's over the counter at a taproom or in a store, the challenges to sell beer have never been more unique and plentiful as people can now choose to drink just about whatever they want in a variety of formats, flavors, and experiences. Which is part of the reason why the growth of New York City's Grimm Artisanal Ales shouldn't come as a surprise. The company was started a decade ago focused on beer, but the curiosity of its founders, Lauren and Joe Grimm, has helped it expand beyond it. Just over a year ago they launched Physica Wines, a wine-making spinoff focused on low-tech, spontaneous fermentations with regionally-sourced grapes and other fruit. Then more recently, it was Lala's, a New Haven-style pizzeria. All three businesses and their products share a similar passion and purpose and represent what Lauren and Joe see as natural extensions of their past decade of work. If you're a beer fan, you may know Grimm as a once-nomadic brewery making beers beloved by enthusiasts, whether IPAs for Wild Ales. But in this conversation, we'll get into what drives Lauren and Joe's interest in doing more beyond beer and how they go from experimenting with food and beverage at home to serving their creations for customers.
Join us on "Unity in Action," where we explore the remarkable journey of Claudia Romo Edelman, the visionary founder of the We Are All Human Foundation. With a career spanning over 25 years at prestigious organizations like the United Nations, UNICEF, and the World Economic Forum, Claudia has been at the forefront of global campaigns and movements that have shaped the world. In this inspiring series, Claudia shares her personal journey, revealing how her upbringing influenced her career path and the mentors who guided her. Discover what drew her to New York City, and delve into her expertise in brand building and campaign management. Claudia opens up about the inspiration behind the We Are All Human Foundation, the challenges she faced, and the significant successes that have marked its journey. Listen as she outlines her ambitious goals for the next 5-10 years and learn how individuals and organizations can support the Foundation's critical work. Claudia also sheds light on advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion, and addresses the challenges facing the Hispanic community in the United States. Featuring the impactful work of the Hispanic Star platform and the creation of Hispanic Star Hubs nationwide, this podcast is a deep dive into how Claudia's efforts have improved the lives of Hispanic families in the US. Furthermore, Claudia offers invaluable advice to other organizations working in similar fields and shares her wisdom for young, aspiring leaders. Don't miss Claudia's insights on the upcoming 6th Annual Hispanic Leadership Summit at the United Nations in New York City. "Unity in Action" is more than a podcast; it's an invitation to understand and participate in building a world where we are all human, united in diversity and strength.
There's no shortage of discussion when it comes to the left's fissures on Israel. Jeremy Cohan, co-chair of NYC-DSA's steering committee, explains the Democratic Socialists of America's pro-Palestine stance and their involvement in a widely criticized Manhattan protest the day after the October 7th attacks. Plus: JC shares an inside look at how the organization decides upon their policy stances, how they work with endorsed elected officials, and their broader vision for our political future.
Shelly Fireman is the owner of several New York City restaurants of acclaim and heritage, including Redeye Grill, Bond 45, and Cafe Fiorello. He's also a very accomplished sculptor with a studio in Tuscany. On this truly amazing episode, we hear some great stories from an industry legend, like about opening the first stand-alone bagel shop in New York in the early 1960s, the Hip Bagel, as well as many more from over 50 years in the business. Get to know Shelly Fireman in this great episode.Also on the show we have a fun interview with Lorenzo Espada, a 22 year old self-taught chef who has blown up on TikTok and has a cool debut cookbook, Somethin' Outta Nothin': 100 Creative Comfort Food Recipes for Everyone.MORE FROM SHELLY FIREMAN AND LORENZO ESPADA:Why Shelly Fireman Is the King of Pre Theater Dining [Town and Country]The Hip Bagel Menu Is AMAZING [Vintage Menu Art]Local Chef Turned His Cooking Into a Viral Sensation [Spectrum]
Hilla Medalia, documentary filmmaker, talks about her new documentary, "Mourning in Lod," about Israeli and Palestinian families connected through violence but also peace, business, politics and altruism.
World leaders convened at the UN's COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai yesterday to discuss environmental policy on a global scale. Eddie Bautista, executive director of the NYC Environmental Justice Alliance, joins us to talk about some of the local impacts of climate change which includes flooding, a change in air quality and heat hazards as well as efforts to reduce climate harms that land heaviest on marginalized communities. Plus, listeners call in to share their suggestions for sustainability and environmental justice in their own areas.
A year ago, mayor Eric Adams unveiled a plan to involuntarily hospitalize those suffering from severe mental illness on New York City streets. Maya Kaufman, healthcare reporter at Politico, discusses her reporting on how this plan has taken shape over the last year.
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father Dave asks us to think of the best party we've ever been to, and why Jesus often uses the image of a wedding to help explain heaven. We're called to invite everyone to share in the banquet of the Lord. Preached at St. Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 10-15-23
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Don't forget to subscribe, leave a rating and a 5-star review. If you leave a 5-star rating and review, send me an email email@example.com and I'll send you a free training on finding and analyzing properties.In this episode, I discuss the story of a NYC tenant who alleges that her landlord is attempting to force her out of her apartment through intimidation and not providing heat. I discuss the implications of this and how this impacts you as an investor.Free ResourcesDownload my free guide, How to Buy Your First Rental Property in 2024- https://www.outofstatemoney.com/how-to-buy-your-first-investment-property2024Download my free guide, 8 Steps to Buying Your First Out of State Property- https://www.outofstatemoney.com/long-distance-investing-guide Download my free guide Top 10 Down Payment Assistance Programs- https://bit.ly/dpassistance1CoachingApply to my Out of State Investing 4-Week Workshop- https://www.outofstatemoney.com/workshopApply for my out of state investing coaching program here -https://www.outofstatemoney.com/Schedule a call with me to discuss your real estate goals- https://calendly.com/bredialogue/30minFollow on Social Media Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/blackrealestatedialogue/ Tik Tok- https://www.tiktok.com/@blackrealestatedialogue
The band Kiss will play what it's calling its last ever show this weekend in New York City. Thing is, the band has said farewell before — on a tour more than 20 years ago. Turns out, saying (or kissing) goodbye is a big business. Also on the show: Meta’s lawsuit against the FTC, a big month for bonds and a fund for climate change impacts.
The time has come. It's the final episode of AFD in NYC and I'm officially headed back to Nashville! I'm going to go ahead and spoil the ending here: I don't have a bow to tie on this experience. I don't have my top ten takeaways. I don't have big announcements or proclamations. But I do have a story to tell you... I'd love for you to share your questions or thoughts for more episodes like this with me over on @thatsoundsfunpodcast. See you back here tomorrow on That Sounds Fun Podcast! Previous Episodes: AFD in NYC Episode 1 AFD in NYC Episode 2 AFD in NYC Episode 3 AFD in NYC Episode 4 AFD in NYC Episode 5 AFD in NYC Episode 6See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A new poll suggests that Democratic voters prefer Michelle Obama to Joe Biden. Is Michelle Obama actually a dude? Justin Trudeau wants to send more money to Ukraine but says that MAGA conservatives got in his way. New York City just passed a law to ban size discrimination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (11/30/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday, billionaire Elon Musk spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City. During the conversation, Musk reacted to advertisers—like Disney, NBC Universal, Paramount, and Apple—pulling their money from X (the social media platform formally known as Twitter) due to disagreements over content permitted to exist on the platform, explaining: “If someone is going to try to blackmail me with advertising, black mail me with money—go f*** yourself.” He then said, “Hi, Bob!”—referencing Disney CEO Bob Iger who was attending the event. 3:30pm- While speaking with Andrew Ross Sokin, Elon Musk was forced to concede that without advertising dollars, X will go bankrupt and ultimately “be gone.” Though he defiantly told the audience at the 2023 DealBook Summit: “Let the chips fall where they may…What I care about is the reality of goodness not the perception of it. And what I see all over the place is people care about looking good while doing evil. F*** them.” 3:45pm- Chico Harlan, of The Washington Post, documents that although the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is hosting the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) later this week, they are simultaneously “ramping up its oil production capacity like never before.” You can read the full article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2023/11/21/uae-dubai-cop28-oil-solar/ 3:50pm- In an opinion piece featured in The Wall Street Journal, Bjorn Lomborg—a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution—writes: “World leaders are gathering in Dubai for another climate conference, which will no doubt yield heady promises along the lines of the 2015 Paris climate agreement to keep the global temperature's rise ‘well below' 2 degrees Celsius and pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5 degrees. But they'd be wiser not to. New research shows how extravagant climate promises are far more wasteful than useful… peer-reviewed paper from MIT economists identifies the cost of holding the temperature's rise below 1.5 degrees as well as that of achieving net zero globally by 2050. The researchers find that these Paris policies would cost 8% to 18% of annual GDP by 2050 and 11% to 13% annually by 2100.” You can read the full editorial here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/net-zero-fails-the-cost-benefit-test-paris-climate-accord-cop28-748ae52d?mod=opinion_lead_pos6 4:05pm- On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the weaponization of the federal government. During the hearing, independent journalist Michael Shellenberger testified that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) violated the First Amendment in 2020 when it actively censored political content on Twitter and Facebook. Shellenberger concluded that the campaign of censorship amounted to election interference—encouraging Congress to dismantle government organizations whose actions were violative of the Constitution. 4:25pm- Rich yells at Henry for using the Red Hot Chili Peppers as return music. Plus, the Philadelphia Eagles' week 15 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks will now take place on Monday, December 18th. It's the first time the NFL has ever used flex scheduling for a Monday Night Football game. 4:40pm- Earlier this week, the sports blog Deadspin wrongfully accused a young Kansas City Chiefs fan of wearing blackface and of mocking Native American culture during the Chiefs-Raiders game on Sunday—angling the photo to only show half of the child's face and failing to note that the face paint was black and red, the team's colors. The social media platform X added a Community Notes correction to Deadspin's original, inaccurate, post. Even Elon Musk felt compelled to set the record straight, praising Community Notes for “exposing deception.” It was later revealed that Holden Armenta, the child unjustly targeted by Deadspin, is Native American. You can read more here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/mother-of-young-chiefs-fan-accused-of-racism-says-he-is-native-american 4:50pm- Dave Huber—Associate Editor for The College Fix—joins The Rich Zeoli Show revealing Deadspin columnist Carron J. Phillips, the individual responsible for the inaccurate article smearing a young Kansas City Chiefs fan, has a history of making controversial statements. 5:05pm- Former Republican Nominee for Governor of Michigan Tudor Dixon joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D-MI) new, extreme green energy mandates. The bill, which she signed into law on Tuesday, requires utility companies in Michigan to generate 100% of their energy through renewable sources by 2040. You can listen to The Tudor Dixon Podcast here: https://www.tudordixon.com 5:20pm- On Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City where she baselessly insisted that “Russia interfered in the 2016 election.” Isn't former President Donald Trump currently being criminally prosecuted for questioning the validity of the 2020 election? There appears to be a massive prosecutorial double standard. 5:35pm- Anders Hagstorm of Fox News writes: “A New York appeals court reinstated a gag order preventing former President Donald Trump from maligning court staffers on Thursday. New York Judge Arthur Engoron had initially issued the gag order in early October after Trump lashed out at one of his law clerks on social media. Trump is currently fighting accusations of business fraud leveled by New York Attorney General Letitia James.” You can read the full article here: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/appeals-court-reinstates-gag-order-trump-fraud-case 5:40pm- While appearing on the Patrick Bet-David podcast, News Nation host Chris Cuomo said he would be open to voting for Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election. 6:05pm- According to a report from WCVB Boston, Harvard University will offer a for-credit course centered around the music of Taylor Swift—300 students have already enrolled in the class. 6:15pm- Snejana Farberov of The New York Post writes: “A veteran Ohio criminal defense attorney has been suspended for pooping in a Pringles can that he then dumped outside a victim advocacy center—admitting he regularly pulled such stinky stunts to ‘blow off steam.' Jack Blakeslee's stomach-churning habit emerged as he was suspended from practicing law for a year, with six months stayed, in a 13-page state Supreme Court opinion.” You can read the full article here: https://nypost.com/2023/11/30/news/lawyer-suspended-for-dumping-poop-filled-pringles-can/ 6:30pm- The Associated Press writes that there has been a concerning “surge in respiratory illnesses across China that has drawn the attention of the World Health Organization.” China's health ministry has claimed the uptick “is caused by the flu and other known pathogens and not by a novel virus.” You can read more here: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/11/26/china-respiratory-illnesses-cause-flu-pathogens-00128637 6:40pm- In his latest article, Sean Trende of Real Clear Politics argues that not only can Donald Trump win the 2024 presidential election, but that he should be favored to win. Trende writes: “Trump leads Biden by 2.6 percentage points nationally in the RealClearPolitics Average. This is Trump's largest lead in the RCP average to date. Not for 2024, mind you. Ever.” You can read the full article here: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2023/11/28/no_really_biden_is_in_trouble_against_trump.html
This week we're highlighting an especially festive episode of the Gilded Gentleman Podcast, a show with double the holiday fun, tracing the history of Christmas and holiday celebrations over 19th-century New York City history.Licensed New York City tour guide and speaker Jeff Dobbins joins host Carl Raymond for a look at the city's holiday traditions dating back to the early Dutch days of New Amsterdam up to the modern innovations of the early 20th century. You'll learn....-- the connections between Sinterklaas and Santa Claus-- the history of display windows, department store Santa Clauses and Christmas tree sellers-- how Hannukah was adapted in America to help newly arriving Jewish immigrants keep hold of their traditions-- why Santa could truly be called "a native New Yorker"And then Carl welcomes actor John Kevin Jones who has been performing an annual one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House Museum, now in its 11th season. Kevin discusses the origins of Dickens' famous story and how he adapted it for the stage.
Bill breaks down the situation between the NYPD and pro-Hamas protesters during the fames Christmas lighting ceremony. Originally only available in the New York City area, Bill's Empire State O'Reilly commentary addresses local New York issues, but those issues have implications, impact the country, and mirror problems in other states. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cold and flu season is here and we want to give you the best tips to support your immune system during this time. Specifically, what supplements to take during the colder months, and when you feel those first onset of symptoms approaching!Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #ImmuneSupport
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We meet artist Jordan Eagles to mark World Aids Day 2023. For 25 years, Eagles (b. 1977) has been exploring the aesthetics and ethics of blood as an artistic medium since the late 1990s. He lives and works in New York City and we were lucky to visit his studio in Brooklyn and were lucky enough to have our portraits taken by Jordan, within one of his projections.Exploring the visual power, and cultural uses of blood, are the central tenets of Eagle's practice, which includes painting, sculpture, installation, photography and public programming. Created with animal blood from slaughterhouses, the work address themes of corporeality, spirituality, and regeneration. The preservation technique permanently retains the organic material's natural colors, patterns, and textures. When lit, the works become translucent and luminous, reflecting the many layers suspended throughout the resin, revealing the blood's visceral properties and energy. More politically motivated series, rendered from donated human blood—procured from the LGBTQI+ community—are utilized to advocate for fair blood donation policies, anti-stigma, and equality.We discuss his major museum solo show ONE BLOOD currently on display at Springfield Art Museum, Missouri until February 18, 2024. Blood is frequently associated with violence and death, yet it is a critical life-force universal to all humanity. In an era of mass shootings, war, disease, and the urgent struggle over body autonomy and LGBTQI+ rights, blood is a symbolic connective tissue – often sensationalized – its visceral power is undeniable. Over the past decade, Eagles has built an expansive body of work focused on challenging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) blood donation policy, which advocates suggest is biased, perpetuates stigma and homophobia, and is not in line with modern science. Eagles' sculptures, panels, screen-prints, photographic and video works are collaborations created with blood donated by members of the LGBTQI+ community, specifically for the purpose of making artworks and advocating for science and equality. Eagles utilizes a broad range of techniques in his work and his preservation process retains the natural patterns, colors, and textures of the organic material. Most of the blood in this exhibition is preserved, including sculptures and panels made with medical waste and archival material. The title of his solo exhibition, ONE BLOOD, references that despite the different backgrounds and serotypes of the blood donors, they are all united for blood equality. The exhibition features the work Blood Mirror, a large resin sculpture made with 59 individual human blood donations, that could have been used for life saving purposes if the FDA's policy was more fair. For the first time, key works from several of the artist's series that connect queer blood with American pop culture, comic books, military propaganda, and religious iconography are on view together. The exhibition also includes new works from Eagles' latest series utilizing Artificial Intelligence.Follow @JordanEagles and visit: https://jordaneagles.com/exhibitionsLearn about the Elton John AIDS Foundation's work. Since 1992, they are one of the leading independent AIDS organisations in the world helping to end the AIDS epidemic: https://www.eltonjohnaidsfoundation.org/Follow @theAIDSmemorial on Instagram. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
My guest on E299 is Christina Tosi! Christina is the founder and creative mastermind behind NYC's Milk Bar. She is a classically trained pastry chef who blends culinary technique with unexpectedly whimsical and nostalgic ingredients, Christina began her career working for several powerhouse fine-dining chefs, including David Bouley, Caesar Ramirez, Thomas Keller, Wylie Dufresne, and Alex Stupak. From there, Christina founded the dessert program at David Chang's Momofuku and built a culinary empire of her own. Described by The New York Times as a “border crossing pastry chef,” Christina opened Milk Bar's doors in 2008 and has since been recognized as one of this generation's most iconic American pastry chefs. She received the James Beard Foundation award for Rising Star Chef among her many accolades. BOOM! I'm a huge foodie and fan of Milk Bar myself, so I am very excited and hungry to share this incredible episode with everyone. Enjoy every last bite! For more on Christina, please check out www.christinatosi.com/ and Milkbarstore.com. #thePOZcast is brought to you by our friends at Interseller – the prospecting + outreach platform of recruiters and sellers. Check out a free demo today! https://bit.ly/2Fbm/BZ Thanks for listening, and please follow us on Insta @NHPTalent and X @AdamJPosner.
Today, I'm super excited to share a talk from my 2023 Speaker's Salon Showcase. This showcase is the culmination of a 6-week live intensive speaking program I curate each year in New York City. The speakers featured in previous showcases have gone on to speak on multiple TEDx stages, in front of Congress, at the United Nations, for The Fearless Women Summit, and have been picked up by the same speaker bureaus who represent talents such as Mel Robbins, Jay Shetty, and Barbara Corcoran. They are game-changing thought leaders, and I know you'll love hearing their big talks in these special bonus episodes. This week, I am featuring speaker Kristina DiPalo as she shares her talk, “I Am Not Done.” Kristina is recognized as a gifted leadership coach, public speaker, strategic communicator, and leadership brand professional. Leveraging her skills in narrative and dynamic storytelling, Kristina brings her clients insights and tools to reframe their thinking around what is possible, how to achieve it, and how to articulate their truth in compelling ways. In her talk, she explores: The heartbreaking story of her father's struggle with retirement and the belief that his productive years were over Why you should find clarity in your passions The power of redefining your purpose How to forge your path in a world that too often dictates worth based on age More from Kristina DiPalo Website: https://kristinadipalo.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinadipalo/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kristinadipalo/ More from Tricia Join my Free Transformational Masterclass for Speakers Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
Heavyweight will be back next week with a brand new episode. But today, we're excited to introduce you to Death, Sex & Money — a show hosted by Anna Sale about the topics that we tend to shy away from in polite conversation. The story we have for you is about a New York City mover named Adonis Williams. Over the past 20 years, Adonis has moved thousands of people in and out of the city. With each move, he catches a glimpse of a life in transition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It was an eventful Thanksgiving week for Erin and Charissa who are ready to share it all on “The Big Show”. Erin responds to what the internet has called “Turkey Leg Gate” and what everyone is missing about the Packers big win on Thanksgiving. Charissa shares the challenges she faced in New York City and why she left Steve behind to fend for himself. Also, a special follow up discussion from The Pregame about moving in with your in-laws in the latest edition of Ryan's Reactions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill ponders whether or not New York's social disorder is hurting Christmas. Originally only available in the New York City area, Bill's Empire State O'Reilly commentary addresses local New York issues, but those issues have implications, impact the country, and mirror problems in other states. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on Unorthodox, we're rooting for the heroes. Our Jewish guest is philosopher and filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy, who returns to the show to tell us about the newest film in his Ukraine trilogy, called Glory to the Heroes. The film is a tribute to everyday Ukrainian heroes, including some Ukrainian-born Israeli soldiers who finished their service in the IDF and volunteered to fight for Ukraine. Get tickets for the local U.S. screenings here. Our Gentile of the Week is Brooke Eby. She was diagnosed with ALS at age 33 and joins us to talk about her experience having a terminal illness at such a young age, and how she's raising awareness about the realities of ALS. Join us at Tablet's first ever Hanukkah Bazaar in New York City on Sunday, Dec. 3 from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Get your tickets at hanukkahbazaar.com. Listen to the Testimonies Archive for more eyewitness audio accounts from Israel, and read Tablet's coverage here. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a voicemail on our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Find out about our upcoming events at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. To book us for a live show or event, email Tanya Singer at email@example.com. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. SPONSORS: The Jewish Communal Fund is the nation's largest Jewish donor-advised fund. Open a fund with as little as $5,000 and let JCF streamline your charitable giving. Act by Dec. 29 to lock in the maximum charitable deduction for 2023. Get started at jcfny.org. Visit the Contemporary Jewish Museum on December 9 for Shabbat at Jewseum to celebrate Hanukkah with a day of art, stories, and community. Book tickets at thecjm.org. The National Yiddish Theater is presenting Amid Falling Walls, a tribute to the indomitable Jewish spirit during the Holocaust. You can see the show November 14 to December 10 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Get tickets at nytf.org. The Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards honor up to 15 Jewish teens from across the United States with an award of $36,000 to recognize their impact and leadership to repair the world. Learn more at DillerTeenAwards.org. Be proudly Jewish with our book, The Newish Jewish Encyclopedia, covering everything from Jewish history and pop culture to holidays and food. Get a 20% discount on Newish Jewish and the entire Artisan Books Hanukkah shop with code UNORTHODOX.
This week, the gals take to the streets (and the sewers) to discuss all things rats. Topics include rat kings, regional rats, mutant rats, pizza rats, New York's rat czar, cooked rats, and so, so much more. Mix yourself up a Bell House Mule, try not to fall through a NYC sidewalk, and tune in for Rat Crimes (Live from Brooklyn)! For a full list of show sponsors, visit https://wineandcrimepodcast.com/sponsors
"I am so grateful for the professional experiences that I've had, and so grateful for the incredible men in my life. But I feel like I've been the supporting character in my own life. I'm always 'Mark Zuckerberg's Sister' or 'Brent's Wife' or 'So-and-So's Mom.' Every achievement — even though I'm proud of it — is qualified by someone else. The moment I got to break the tape at the half marathon was the first moment in my entire life where I felt like the main character." Randi Zuckerberg is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, host of "Randi Zuckerberg Means Business" on SiriusXM Radio, a TV and theater producer, and a mom of three living in New York City. And yes, her last name is Zuckerberg. Randi is Mark Zuckerberg's sister, and was one of the first employees at Facebook. (She's credited with creating Facebook Live!) But "Mark Zuckerberg's Sister" isn't how Randi wants to be defined, and she has officially entered her Main Character Era — thanks to running. In this conversation, Randi talks about her journey to becoming a marathoner and an ultramarathoner, and recounts her days at the 2023 TCS New York City Marathon (she ran a 3:34:54, earning herself a Boston Qualifying time) and then, two weeks later, her first 50-miler. SPONSORS: UCAN: Click here to get a FREE UCAN energy bar sample pack (you'll just pay the cost of shipping), and use code ALIUCAN for 20% off your next UCAN order. Tracksmith: New customers, use code ALINEW for $15 off your first Tracksmith order over $75. Returning customers, use code ALIGIVE for free shipping, plus a portion of the proceeds from your order will be donated to Moms Demand Action. What you'll get on this episode: How Randi is feeling a few days after running her first 50-miler, and all about her run today (2:05) Randi reflects on running the New York City Marathon (5:50) Randi shares her Turkey Trot plans, and what her family is like on race day (9:15) Meet “Brandi” (12:20) When — and why — Randi became a runner (15:05) On being “too old” to become a runner (21:00) Randi talks about why running the New York Mini 10K changed her life — and got her to run a marathon (28:35) How Randi became the main character in her own life (32:30) All about Randi's New York City Marathon training (40:10) The power of group exercise classes, and how Randi fits fitness into her life (51:40) Randi recaps her race at the 2023 New York City Marathon (53:50) Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: Former Republican Nominee for Governor of Michigan Tudor Dixon joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D-MI) new, extreme green energy mandates. The bill, which she signed into law on Tuesday, requires utility companies in Michigan to generate 100% of their energy through renewable sources by 2040. You can listen to The Tudor Dixon Podcast here: https://www.tudordixon.com On Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City where she baselessly insisted that “Russia interfered in the 2016 election.” Isn't former President Donald Trump currently being criminally prosecuted for questioning the validity of the 2020 election? There appears to be a massive prosecutorial double standard. Anders Hagstorm of Fox News writes: “A New York appeals court reinstated a gag order preventing former President Donald Trump from maligning court staffers on Thursday. New York Judge Arthur Engoron had initially issued the gag order in early October after Trump lashed out at one of his law clerks on social media. Trump is currently fighting accusations of business fraud leveled by New York Attorney General Letitia James.” You can read the full article here: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/appeals-court-reinstates-gag-order-trump-fraud-case While appearing on the Patrick Bet-David podcast, News Nation host Chris Cuomo said he would be open to voting for Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election.
The "12 Working Days of Christmas" begins today! We will be giving away great gifts leading up to the Big Year Ender, so don't miss your chance to win cool stuff from Rick & Bubba! Taylor Hicks joins us to talk Christmas music and his upcoming album. A doctor calls the show to talk to Bubba about Ozempic. The tree-lighting ceremony in New York City is interrupted by pro-Palestinian protesters. Joe Biden reminds us he is kind of in charge of the nuclear codes, and we don't feel too good about it. Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis are set to debate tonight, but Adler won't see it because he has to catch the finale of "The Golden Bachelor." And Elon Musk tells boycotters exactly how he feels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah Longwell, political strategist, founder of Republican Voters Against Trump and publisher of the "The Bulwark," talks about 2024 politics, including voter opinion heading into early GOP primaries, polarization across and within parties, and the effect of 3rd party candidates on the presidential contest.