Joining host Helen Brohl is Tom Hultquist, the Science and Operations Officer for the National Weather Service in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On November 10, 1975 during a severe storm, the Great Lakes bulk cargo vessel SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank with the loss of all 29 crew members in eastern Lake Superior about 17 miles from the entrance to Whitefish Bay, Michigan. The vessel sank quickly without sending a distress signal and, as we all know, the tragedy inspired Gordon Lightfoot to write his famous song. Was it the "perfect storm" or a typical "Gale of November?" What did Tom and his colleagues learn when they used modern technology to analyze the more limited meteorological data from 1975?
It's Thanksgiving Week at North Coast. Chris, Jim and Robbie give their picks and talk Thanksgiving traditions. New York Kevin is back for another Promo code and Rick Flair's "Woo Juice" shoots all over Chris' desk.
It's Monday, Let's raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It's time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let's begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today I am sharing another webinar I attended. This one was sponsored by the Rhone Rangers and discussed North Coast region of California. I hope you enjoy the conversation, and let me know if you have tried any of these wines. If you listen to a lot of podcasts, you know that many ask for patreon. We do not plan on doing this, but we do ask you to support the podcast by leaving a review. It takes only a few seconds of your time but means so much to the show. The next best way to support Exploring the Wine Glass is to tell your friends. If you enjoy the podcast, your wine loving friends will too. Finally, don't forget to head to the website, Exploring the Wine Glass.com to read the blog, and sign up for the newsletter so you can keep up with all the happenings. Slainte! Music: WINE by Kēvens Official Video Follow me on Instagram! Follow me on Twitter! Subscribe to my YouTube channel SIGN UP FOR EXPLORING THE WINE GLASS NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES STITCHER | iTUNES | GOOGLE PLAY | SPOTIFY | PODBEAN | AUDIBLE | BOOMPLAY Even ask your smart speaker to play Exploring the Wine Glass GIVE US A RATING AND REVIEW Thoughts or comments? Contact Lori at email@example.com. Please support our sponsor Dracaena Wines - Our Wines + Your Moments + Great Memories Use code 'Explore' at checkout to receive 10% off your first order GET SPECIAL OFFERS FOR DRACAENA WINES
In episode 122, Coffey talks with John Bernatovicz about how leaders can stay engaged, avoid burnout, and deliver amazingly awesome HR.They discuss what an ownership mindset in HR looks like; the importance of relationships in business success; why purpose-driven HR is beneficial for emerging HR leaders; the gift of caring for people; how great HR professionals can move a company forward; the "HR Like a Boss Business Plan"; the importance of understanding the business' purpose; and burned out how seasoned HR professionals can regain their purpose.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest:John Bernatovicz is a husband, father, brother, coach, competitive amateur golfer, coach entrepreneur,podcast host, keynote speaker, author, and HR and payroll expert. He is on a mission to embolden leaders to do better at work and at home while ensuring they are having fun and making a positive impact on the world. Over the last 25 years, John has been an owner of six business ventures and is currently the president of Willory, a staffing and consulting firm dedicated to HR and payroll. John's passion at Willory is transforming purpose-driven organizations to meet their full potential and ensuring they find, develop, and empower the best talent. Under John's leadership, Willory has achieved impressive results including NorthCoast 99, Weatherhead 100, Crain's 52, and Inc. 5000.John's new book, HR Like a Boss: Your Guide to Amazingly Awesome HR, can be found at https://a.co/d/8WQLEed. John Bernatovicz can be reached at https://www.willory.com https://www.hrlikeaboss.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnbernatovicz https://twitter.com/JohnBernatovicz https://www.facebook.com/john.bernatovicz https://www.instagram.com/bernatovicz About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year and is accredited by the Professional Background Screening Association. Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Understand the importance of an ownership mindset in leading people.2. Create a purpose-driven HR culture.3. Discover strategies for HR professionals to regain purpose and avoid burnout.
James and Jordan, embark on a two-week journey along Scotland's North Coast 500 in their converted campervan. They immerse themselves in nature, exploring picturesque villages, ancient castles, and rugged terrains. Their final night in their campervan also becomes an adventure where the couple explore every inch of each other's bodies to make for an extra sexy and scenic night…New episodes released every Wednesday!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cumwithusWebsite: http://www.cumwithus.co.ukThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5950513/advertisement
Riding upon their noble steeds, Deirdre and Tickles, Jenny and Annie explore some monster-slaying stories set in medieval Scotland. First, we travel to the glens of Cassley in Sutherland, where a toxic beast has wormed its way into the landscape. Beware, if you are driving the North Coast 500 as you'll be entering the dangerous territory of the worm! Next, Annie ventures to a wee island on the River Dee in Aberdeenshire, near Braemar, where a strange crocodile creature is causing chaos. Featuring major Kings William the Lion and Malcolm Canmore, we question do monarchs love their monsters?Visit the ‘Sguel / Story: Folktales from the Scottish Highlands' exhibition at the National Library of Scotland at George IV Bridge, Edinburgh now! Find more information here: https://www.nls.uk/exhibitions/sgeul-story/Independently made in the Highlands, Stories of Scotland is gratefully funded through listener support on Patreon. www.patreon.com/storiesofscotland Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Last summer, Oregon made national headlines as timbers from the infamous Beeswax Wreck were discovered along the North Coast near Manzanita. The Beeswax Wreck, named for one of the products the ship carried, is said to be one of the inspirations for the beloved film, “The Goonies.” The wreck has also attracted the attention of treasure hunters in the past, searching for signs of its wreckage or anything it may have been carrying onboard. Now, a new documentary and podcast series shares the story behind one of those treasure hunters in its first episode. “The True Quest for Fabled Treasure on the Oregon Coast,” is episode one of the new series, “Secrets of the Mysteries.” The documentary will be screening Dec. 10 at the Clinton Street Theater. JB Fisher is the executive producer for the series. Tony Altamirano is the director. They both join us to share more on the supposed treasure lost along the Oregon Coast.
Devon De Lange, Director of Dwell Properties, joins Radio Life & Style's Mike Charles for a candid conversation about what sets Dwell apart in the booming North Coast property space… From its sought-after, white-glove Developments division, to the reputation Dwell has earned as “the gated estates specialists” (with a focus on buying and selling exceptional homes through its Live Dwell offering) — Devon and his dynamic team of passionate property professionals have built a loyal following based on a track record of sales success (and the fact that they are personally invested in the estates and developments that they sell). ……………… Dwell Properties is a two-tiered property agency who prides themselves on delivering incredible results and excellent service. They are the specialist agency when it comes to purchasing or selling property within the flagship gated estates on the KZN North Coast. Dwell also offers an in-house white glove sales solution for exceptional developments, and they have been fortunate enough to be involved with many successful residential developments in the greater Ballito area. With over two decades of local experience, their team of passionate property professionals are your ultimate sales solution. Visit www.dwellproperties.co.za to discover estate living on the KZN North Coast. Dwell Properties Website · Radio Life & Style on Facebook · The Morning Show Sponsor: Excellerate Security
The premier has apologized to residential school survivors in Nunatsiavut. But how will the province support survivors on the North Coast from here? Labrador Morning's Andrea McGuire was on board the premier's charter plane, and she joined us for more on the Nunatsiavut apologies.
The premier has apologized to residential school survivors in Nunatsiavut. But how will the province support survivors on the North Coast from here? We hear what Inuit leaders are watching for in the wake of the provincial apologies.
A pro-Palestinian protest in Arcata escalated as two women alleged misconduct by College of the Redwoods baseball team members, an ex-boyfriend tied to a woman's mysterious disappearance is wanted for arrest in Trinity County, Eureka officials will examine a report saying the Nov. 2024 pro-parking vote could result in millions in losses, state and federal North Coast reps are not fond of the new Speaker of the House, Supervisor Rex Bohn was criticized for including a handgun in a raffle basket while fundraising for a charity, the state has advised the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) and other agencies not to share license plate readings with out-of-state agencies, Arcata's former statue of President William McKinley is now atop a pedestal in Ohio, Humboldt County's economy has taken a downturn according to Cal Poly Humboldt data, The LA Times covered our far-right neighbors out east in Shasta County amid conspiracy theories about voter fraud, locally-exported celebrity chef Guy Fieri helped raise $1.5M for fire-impacted restaurants in Maui, and more. New! TLDR Humboldt. You can now check out Humboldt Last Week transcripts on our website. Plus teasers of upcoming episodes throughout the week. Written quick local news summaries are available now at humboldtlastweek.com/tldr Humboldt Last Week's quick news summaries come in collaboration with Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Beck's Bakery, Photography by Shi, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. HumAlong Alternative Radio at humalt.com. Alternative rock favorites, new discoveries, no commercials, and local flavor.
On this episode, Andrew shares 11 top experiences you'll want to add to your own Scottish itinerary! From the summit of Arthur's Seat and the peak of Ben Nevis to the villages along the North Coast 500 and the fresh cuisine on the Isle of Skye, be inspired by these memorable places and activities. Plus, enjoy music from newcomer Katie McFarlane, pianist Neil Pearlman, Gaelic supergroup Daimh, and the Northern Soul sounds of Glasgow musician Kenny Lee Roberts. Want more? Get exclusive episodes, articles, and more when you join our Patreon clan. Learn more at Patreon.com/simplyscottish.
It was in 1903 when Cleveland's first urban plans called for access to the Lake Erie shoreline. Then in 1946, the city released its first comprehensive lakefront plan. And in 2004, the Waterfront District plan was the first to recommend a pedestrian connection. Several studies have been completed over the decades, and while some aspects of these plans have been implemented, access from Downtown Cleveland to its lakefront remains constrained.rnrnRecently, Cleveland's North Coast, the City, and its partners announced a draft of Cleveland's North Coast Master Plan. It aims to end what seems like an elusive solution to lakefront development--creating a blueprint for a vibrant and equitable recreational hub for all to enjoy, connecting people with nature, and the city to its waterfront. But what makes this one different from all the rest?
On this episode, host Helen Brohl speaks with Katherine Chambers, Physical Research Scientist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory. Climate scientists often summarize projected trends with the statement, “wet places will get wetter and dry places will get drier.” These changes are likely to have both positive and negative effects on water-based transportation along rivers, in lakes, and in the oceans. [Toolkit.climate.gov]. The Great Lakes is no exception. While climate impact factors may differ between regions, the methodologies for understanding the ability to prepare for, recover from, and adapt to the symptoms of a changing climate are consistent. Katherine Chambers walks us through the probable impacts to waterborne transportation and how the industry in cooperation with communities, can develop strategies to address them.
Dirty Funky Bass Music but make it pretty. The vibe and soul of the Maddy O'Neal project combines soundscapes from all across the spectrum of genres…Rich in texture and atmosphere, her roots in funk and soul shine through in a bed of low end frequencies making for a unique environment for future bass and synth design to tie it all together. Hailing from Denver, Colorado you can hear the direct electro soul inspiration sprinkled in her productions but she has managed to carve out her own unique lane within the bass community. As a self taught producer and DJ, with a wildly creative upbringing, Maddy's expression was formed by way of soulful melodic overtones, driven basslines, and glitched out hip hop grooves. Maddy's live performances consist of original compositions, drum pads and an interwoven storyline ranging from down low grimey bangers to shimmery mid tempo vocal bass tracks and head nod disco. Her momentum is unstoppable as she has been touring the country for the last 5 years playing 90+ shows a year spreading her infectious energy from stage to stage. With hits like “Zest Please”; a collaboration with the iconic Clozee that amassed over 2 million Spotify plays in just one year, 4 EPs, a massive sophomore LP “Ricochet” in 2022 followed by 2 volumes of remix albums, Maddy's repertoire is ever expanding leaving fan bases across the world wanting more. Maddy O'Neal has played Coachella, Lollapalooza, Lost Lands, Electric Forest, Envision, Summer Camp, North Coast, Red Rocks (x3) and many many more. Her touring resume is long and accomplished by supporting such artists as Clozee, Pretty Lights, Griz, Big Gigantic, Liquid Stranger, The Floozies, Opiuo, Wreckno, STS9, Manic Focus, and more!Upcoming notable summer festival performances include highlights such as Bonnaroo, Cascade, SSBD, Sonic Bloom and more. To learn more visit: https://www.maddyonealmusic.com/ This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur & Lunchbox Packs. Lunchbox Packs is the original anti-theft hydration pack, purpose built for live events, festivals, and life adventures. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) for 15$ off any hydration pack online and use code "LIZZYJ" for 5$ off any snackpack online. https://www.lunchboxpacks.com/ VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/
The Refindery in the tiny coastal town of Wheeler is not your typical thrift store. For one thing, you won’t find secondhand clothes for sale. But if you’re looking for a 1986 wall calendar, a used door hinge that still works or that missing piece for a Monopoly board game, you might be in luck. The Refindery invites visitors to reimagine and repurpose items otherwise destined for the landfill, like the glass fish and salvaged seashells mounted inside a vintage television displayed in the store. It also hosts a monthly event where community members can bring in broken vacuum cleaners, lamps and other objects for repair by a team of volunteers. The Refindery and the Repair Café are operated by Heart of Cartm, a nonprofit formed in 2021, which grew out of a volunteer-run recycle transfer center started in Manzanita three decades ago. Jessi Just, the executive director of Heart of Cartm, joins us to talk about her organization which was recently profiled in Oregon ArtsWatch, and its ongoing work to reduce and reimagine waste on Oregon’s North Coast.
Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Baltimore Museum of Arts, Leila Grothe, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss the formation of the Baltimore Museum of Arts Union, a new member of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Cultural Workers United. Executive Secretary of the North Coast Area Labor Federation, Davida Russell, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss her position on Ohio's newly created school bus safety committee. Russell discussed her initial reaction to the governor's appointment and what the goals and process will look like for the committee.
It's Customer Appreciate Week at Northcoast so naturally we discussed Rick Flair's Energy Drink (WOO!), along with some College Football. Robbie, Chris and Jim give their picks on some big games like Texas A&M at Tennessee and Northern Illinois at Ohio.
This is Part Two of Episode 115 covering the Spanish galleon Santo Cristo de Burgos (or, The Beeswax Wreck) Sources referred to in Part 1: Sources:Borao Mateo, Jose Eugenio. “The arrival of the Spanish galleons in Manila from the Pacific Ocean and their departure along the Kuroshio stream (16th and 17th centuries).” Journal of Geographic Research, no. 47La Follette, Cameron, Dennis Griffin, and Douglas Deur. “The Mountain of a Thousand Holes: Shipwreck Traditions and Treasure Hunting on Oregon's North Coast.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 282 - 313. La Follette, Cameron, Douglas Deur, and Esther González. “The Galleon's Final Journey: Accounts of Ship, Crew, and Passengers in the Colonial Archives.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 210 - 249 Lévesque, Rodrigue. “The Odyssey of Captain Arriola and His Discovery of Marcus Island in 1694.” The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 32, no. 2, Dec 1997, pp. 229 - 233. “The Myth of the Pacific Pirate Ship.” Drain the Oceans, Season 6, Episode 4, National Geographic, 2023. Tremml, Birgit M. “The Global and the Local: Problematic Dynamics of the Triangular Trade in Early Modern Manila.” Journal of World History, vol. 23, no. 3, Sept 2012.Williams, Scott S., Curt D. Peterson, Mitch Marken, and Richard Rogers. “The Beeswax Wreck of Nehalem: A Lost Manila Galleon.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 191 - 209. Support the show
An exclusive, never before heard retelling of how the Newcastle Knights superstar was covertly surveilled and arrested for drug trafficking. It threw his career and sport into disrepute - and, gave an insight into the fascinating culture of organised crime and sport in Australia. As well as arresting high profile sports stars, Former NSW Detective Sergeant Craig Semple has tackled some of Australia's most vicious, and high profile outlaw motorcycle gangs. Craig's career takes some incredible turns - including a high profile murder case in Yamba which shocked almost all of the NSW police department, and several high intensity bikie operations which ended Craig's career, and almost his life. Some of the stories you'll hear from Craig today are just extraordinary. His honesty, candour and emotional vulnerability goes beyond what we expect from our guests, it shows the type of character he is now, and was in the force. Unpack it all with host Brent Sanders, and understand the ups and downs of policing in NSW and Australia as a whole. If this content has affected you, the number for lifeline 13 11 14. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we bring in North Coast's very own Sean Rhodes (@nflrhodes77) to talk some NFL in preparation of our NFL Game of the Month release. Chris is red-hot in his Totals picks (4-0 this year) while Jim and Robbie look to bounce back. Also we have a special announcement about our FCS College release for this weekend!
We shouldn't be surprised that plastics make their way into the Great Lakes. But, did you know that about 22 million pounds of plastic get into the Great Lakes each year? A study by the University of Toronto found that 90% of Great Lakes water samples over the last 10 years have unsafe microplastic levels. On the September episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes, we share that in a study of microplastics on 37 National Park beaches, microfibers were found at every site and made up 97% of the microplastic debris. But, the highest concentration of microplastics in this national study was found at the Apostle Islands National Seashore in Wisconsin! Andrea Densham, sustainability expert with the Alliance for Great Lakes joins us to explain the sources of these toxic microplastics, the impact on the Great Lakes ecosystem, and ways to address the crisis.
President of District 6 of the American Federation of Government Employees, Arnold Scott, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss a possible government shutdown at the end of September. Scott discussed the shutdown costs and the AFGE's plan to get federal workers help. President of the North Coast Area Labor Federation and recently retired Sub-District Director for USW District 1, Pat Gallagher, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss the indefinite shutdown of several Republic Steel facilities. Gallagher also discussed the announcement that US Steel is searching for a potential buyer and the redistricting conversations in Ohio's Congress.
In the early days of craft Mike & Kevin would peruse the shelves of our locals stores and find brands from breweries like Avery, Great Divide, North Coast and more making up the majority of the space. Today many of these brands of old don't exist anymore or aren't distributed in these necks of the woods. The guys get nostalgic and talk about the love of many of these beers and what they meant to them. Get coffee delivered to your door with Trade. Follow United We Drink on their social media channels. Twitter Instagram Facebook
It's 5* Week at North Coast and we brought in Andrew Fillipponi from 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh and FanDuel's More Ways to Win to talk Ohio State at Notre Dame and give a few of his picks for this weekend. Jim, Robbie and myself are back with our picks.
North Coast Rotary Club representatives, Joe Matuscak and Jinnyn Tatta, join us to talk about the Club's initiatives and fundraising opportunities for residents to enjoy and support. Upcoming events happening in Avon Lake: September 15, 4:30 PM: Application deadline for Police Dispatcher/Records Clerk position September 16, 10:00 AM: Big Trucks and Community Services Open House at the Avon Lake Safety Center September 18, 1:00 PM: Avon Lake Historical Society Presents "W.A.S.P. - A Brief History" at the Avon Lake Public September 19, 7:00 PM: Avon Lake High School Public Candidate Forum at the Avon Lake High School Performing Arts Center September 21, 5:00 PM: North Coast Rotary's "Great Pizza Bake-Off" at Avon Lake High School's Cafeteria September 21, 6:00 PM: Civil servic exam for Police Dispatcher/Record Clerk position at Avon Lake High School September 21, 7:00 PM: Community Eclipse Forum at the Avon Lake High School Performing Arts Center September 22, 7:00 PM: Homecoming football game vs. Amherst Steele at Avon Lake Memorial Stadium September 23, 10:30 AM: Avon Lake Homecoming Parade September 28, 6:30 PM: Avon Lake City Schools Community Forum at Avon Lake High School's Cafeteria September 29, 4:30 PM: ApplicationDeadline for Police Officer Lateral Entry Position
Dive into an episode that promises to be as enlightening as it is captivating! Join Joseph Arvidson as he sits down with Paul MacNamara, acclaimed author of "The Criminal Class: Memoir of a Prison Teacher." Born in Sydney and now residing in the picturesque North Coast of New South Wales, MacNamara reveals the transformative power of education within the challenging confines of the prison system. From his unexpected foray into teaching inmates , to navigating the intricacies of life behind bars, MacNamara's journey is a testament to resilience, adaptability, and the human spirit. Uncover riveting tales of tragedy, humor, and profound insights that oscillate between the surreal and the stark realities of prison life. This special episode, focusing on international connections, promises to expand horizons, challenge preconceptions. and offer a unique perspective on crime, justice, and rehabilitation in Australia. Supported by the International Relations Committee of the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA), this episode is a must listen for those intrigued by the intersections of education, humanity, and the criminal justice system. Discover what it truly means to thread the "rocky path of an outsider on the inside". Buy "The Criminal Class" on Amazon! The Paragon Group The Criminologist channel on YouTube!
Homophobia victims Foggy Bottoms Boys pour cold water on calls to boycott LoCo Fish Co.'s food truck, Eureka will likely vote on preserving parking lots in 2024, Eureka's first rooftop restaurant-bar should open soon, an offshore wind company eyeing the North Coast faces more sexual misconduct allegations, corporate cannabis eyes Willow Creek, Humboldt's dangerous lack of health care, grueling Rio Dell earthquake aftermath persists, a SoHum rehab owner with continued troubling allegations, soccer, ‘Vegas, a top worldwide attraction, Klamath dam removal, and much more. Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast in collaboration with Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Beck's Bakery, Photography by Shi, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. Via Apple, Spotify, humboldtlastweek.com, or wherever else you get podcasts. humboldtlastweek.com HumAlong Alternative Radio with no commercials at humalt.com
Florence-born wine journalist and Italian wine expert Filippo Bartolotta joins us to break down Tuscany with tips on how to enjoy the very best this historic wine-producing region has to offer. From understanding the classic style of Chianti Classico to where you can discover the under-the-radar wines the locals prefer to keep to themselves, this is a true wine-lovers guide to Tuscany. Wines Featured on This Episode: 2017 Cantina di Montalcino Brunello di Montalcino Tuscany Join the Unfiltered Podcast Wine Club 4 bottles per shipment hand selected by Amanda Delivered every 2 months (1 wine/episode) / 6x per year $120 + tax Shipping Included Cancel anytime 10% off all Wine Access purchases
In this episode of Living Well with MS, Overcoming MS Medical Advisor Dr Jonathan White, who is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, welcomes Neurologist, Dr Kate Petheram, and Gynaecologist and Menopause specialist, Dr Siobhan Kirk for a round-table discussion on multiple sclerosis and menopause. Watch this episode on YouTube here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways. Questions and Timestamps: 00:34 The importance of talking about menopause and MS. 01:33 What is menopause? 04:48 What do we know about the effect of menopause on MS? 07:12 What are the symptoms somebody may experience with menopause, that a gynaecologist can help with? 08:47 What is hormone replacement therapy (HRT)? 10:17 Is HRT safe to take with disease-modifying therapies for MS? 12:31 Can blood tests diagnose menopause? 15:02 Is HRT safe for someone who has a family history of breast cancer? 16:33 Does HRT cause people to put on weight? 19:01 Should someone start HRT because they have MS? 21:58 Will supplements or dietary changes help menopause symptoms? 23:14 What about this concept of bioidentical HRT? 24:19 Do you think somebody with MS would benefit from testosterone patches? 26:40 What's the latest research we know about the impact on hormones and menopause treatment, and the outcomes? 28:15 Are hot flushes and heat sensitivity a concern for people with MS? 29:49 What is the Mirena coil and how that may be a part of HRT? 32:23 What are the side effects of progestogen? 32:55 Does early menopause (before 40) affect the rate of progression of someone's MS, either for the better or for worse? 39:26 Topical oestrogen and bladder symptoms Selected Key Takeaways: There is a lot of overlap between MS symptoms and menopause symptoms.6:42 Dr Kate Petheram: “Because of the overlap in symptoms. There are perhaps elements which are so relevant to menopause, which we can perhaps talk about as well in terms of symptoms such as hot flushes and heat intolerance, which again may exacerbate symptoms of MS. So, there may not be a biological difference, but the symptoms of menopause and perimenopause may influence and make worse MS symptoms, which is why I believe it's so important to recognise and point women in the right direction to get the right help." There is no evidence that Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) causes cancer. 15:19 Dr Siobhan Kirk: “There is no evidence that HRT causes breast cancer. But if you're taking extra hormones, and you've got abnormal cells, then the extra hormones can promote the growth of the abnormal cells. There's no increased risk of breast cancer with use of HRT under the age of 50, for earlier menopause, because you're just replacing what the uterus should be producing.” There is a lot of research taking place around the world on different aspects of living with MS including menopause. 34:12 Dr Jonathan White: “It is reassuring [for] someone living with MS to know that there is just a colossal amount of research going on around the world on all sorts of aspects of living with MS. I feel like reproductive health and women's health is getting to that place slowly. There's a really big push, I can see that in the research community and I'm glad to hear that menopause and post-reproductive health is getting it too.” Want to learn more about living a full and happy life with multiple sclerosis? Sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips. More info and links: Watch the YouTube video Find out more about Women's Health Concern Visit The British Menopause Society Read more about menopause and MS here New to Overcoming MS? Visit our introductory page Connect with others following Overcoming MS on the Live Well Hub Visit the Overcoming MS website Follow us on social media: Facebook Instagram YouTube Pinterest Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. Listen to our archive of Living Well with MS here. If you like Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here. Bios: Dr Siobhan Kirk's Bio: Dr Siobhan Kirk is an Associate Specialist in Gynaecology and Clinical Lead for Sexual & Reproductive Health in Belfast HSC Trust. Siobhan's career She is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists and the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. She is a British Menopause Society accredited menopause specialist and trainer, based in the menopause clinic in the Mater Hospital, Belfast. She is passionate about all aspects of women's health, is on NI RCOG and FSRH committees, and is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. Dr Kate Petheram's Bio: Dr Kate Petheram is a Consultant Neurologist in Sunderland where she is currently MS lead. Kate's career background Kate studied medicine in Bristol and stayed in the southwest to do her medical training in Bristol and Exeter moving to London to do Neurology jobs at St Georges and The Royal Free. She made the move to the North East to undertake Neurology specialist training. She is a local PI for a number of observational studies. She is a member of the ABN quality committee and one of the medical advisors for the MS Society. She has recently been appointed as training programme director for the North East. Dr Jonathan White's Bio: Jonathan's Career: Dr Jonathan White went to the University of Glasgow Medical School, graduating in 2008 (MBChB). He completed a further five years of training in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (MRCOG). He works at the Causeway Hospital, Coleraine and has a special interest in early pregnancy and recurrent pregnancy loss. In April 2022, Jonathan was awarded “Doctor of the Year” at the inaugural Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Awards. He contributed to the ‘Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Handbook: Roadmap to Good Health' by writing the chapter about medication. Overcoming MS and personal life: Jonathan was diagnosed with RRMS in October 2015 and has been following the Overcoming MS Program ever since. Dr White assists Overcoming MS as a medical advisor and event facilitator. He lives on the North Coast of Northern Ireland, is married to Jenny and father to Angus and Struan. His interests include the great outdoors, cycling and running (reluctantly), reading, rugby, film, and spending time with his family.
Tonight look up and keep an eye out for a rare super blue moon sighting. This weekend enjoy delicious wings at the 8th annual WingOut Chicago. Friday, Saturday and Sunday some of the biggest names in EDM will be making their way to Bridgeview for the North Coast Music Festival.
Brad Foster reports on the rising number of home loan holders under mortgage stress and rising loan defaults, supermarket profits, and Qantas criticisms. He also provides an update on a man attacked by a shark on the NSW mid North Coast over the weekend and Australia's latest loss in the lead up to the RWC 2023.
An alleged punching panhandler, our 2024 vote to potentially limit the cannabis industry was called the ‘Karen initiative' via major news, proposed rules to allow Airbnb outside of local cities, federal finance police have their sights on an Arcata businessman and his dad, a teenager was accused of an attempted stabbing murder, a group looking to buy Mad River Community Hospital reportedly has a history of struggles, syringe and naloxone providers HACHR are seeking new leadership, Politico says offshore wind development could ‘redefine life on the North Coast,' Bayshore Mall nostalgia, Netflix's ‘Virgin River' — set in fictitious Humboldt — returns September 7, Humboldt County ranks 11th in California in gun homicides per capita gun violence, and more. Mentioned in this episode: Netflix | Eureka Police Department | Humboldt County Sheriff's Office | Humboldt County Board of Supervisors | Steve Madrone | Airbnb | Humboldt Cannabis Reform Initiative | SFGATE | Humboldt Bay Trail | Arcata Theater Lounge | SEC | Sisu Capital | Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction | Mad River Community Hospital | Southwest Healthcare Services | McKinleyville Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast in collaboration with Tandoori Bites, Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Beck's Bakery, Photography by Shi, Hops in Humboldt, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. Via Apple, Spotify, humboldtlastweek.com, or wherever else you get podcasts. HumAlong Alternative Radio with no commercials at HumAlt.com humboldtlastweek.com
The Value of Maritime Shipping to the Great Lakes with Adam Tindall-Schlicht, Administrator to the Great Lakes Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. Last month, a coalition of maritime interests published an economic analysis on the value of maritime to the Great Lakes. Is maritime trade in the Great Lakes growing and how does it impact jobs and related industries? Administrator Tindall-Schlicht shares the results of this timely study and shares his broader vision for an environmentally sustainable system.
Finally... KARINA RYKMAN has come BACK to *The Upful LIFE Podcast*! The bassist/vocalist just dropped a dynamite debut LP JOYRIDE, with contributions and co-production from Trey Anastasio. On the heels of several barnburner festival throwdowns this summer, she's blasting off on a huge headline tour from coast to coast in the fall. Karina slides thru for a candid and colorful conversation, revealing how her career has evolved and exploded since we last spoke. A detailed unpacking of the creation and manifestation of her record. Reflections on musical partnership with producer Gabe Monro, bandmates Adam November and Chris Corsico, plus mentor Marco Benevento. Selling out the venerable Blue Nile during Jazz Fest after dark. And so much more! Ep.069 also contains a short, spirited chat with BRIAN SWISLOW, keyboardist of Humboldt County's R&B-soul upstarts OBJECT HEAVY. A real hot band out here on the West Coast. Check out my record review of their phenomenal Color Red LP Love & Gravity HERE. 2:30 - a word from our sponsor iamAVL 5:30 - The Upful Update 8:45 - introducing KARINA RYKMAN 14:30 - INTERVIEW w/ Karina (80min) 1:45:30 - introducing BRIAN SWISLOW [Object Heavy] 1:49:00 - quick chat w/ B-SWIZ Order Karina Rykman JOYRIDE on vinyl Vibe Junkie JAM "Dropkick" - Marco Benevento 2.25.22 Ardmore Music Hall KARINA RYKMAN BIO Born and raised in New York City, Karina Rykman's musical path began in her early teens playing in bands whenever she could while attending a veritable ton of live music as a fan. Her remarkable prowess on the bass guitar soon landed her a number of high-profile television gigs spanning America's Got Talent to backing up pop star Julia Michaels on TODAY. By the end of her senior year at NYU, Rykman's virtuoso talent and infectious spirit saw her invited to join pianist Marco Benevento's band (as recommended by Ween bassist Dave Dreiwitz), with whom she performed countless shows including dates with Vulfpeck, Dispatch, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Guster, and many more. Rykman soon formed her own namesake band, accompanied by Adam November (guitar, loopers, effects) and Chris Corsico (drums). She quickly earned a reputation as a mesmerizing, unmissable live act, lighting up an array of international stages with headline sets, show-stealing festival performances (including Bonnaroo, Peach Music Festival, and Sweetwater 420 Fest), shows alongside Khruangbin, Guster, and The Disco Biscuits (among others), and recent appearances sitting in with the 8G Band on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers. That same spellbinding power was soon captured on a series of independent singles, including “Elevator” and the million-streaming “Plants,” both of which have now been newly enhanced for Rykman's debut album, JOYRIDE. Written and recorded with childhood friend, producer Gabe Monro, the album serves as a vivid canvas for Rykman's vibrant expression and chameleonic songcraft. JOYRIDE features Trey Anastasio as co-producer and featured musician, contributing guitar on five of the album's nine tracks. About OBJECT HEAVY Object Heavy is Northern California's hardest hitting Soul sensation. Based in Arcata, this cast of musical characters has made waves up and down the North Coast of California, the Pacific Northwest, and various parts of the United States. Object Heavy was voted best band in Humboldt, four out of the last 5 years, including 2022. Object Heavy hit the studio to cook up Love & Gravity, a new album produced by Kelly Finnigan (Monophonics), showing off their progressive yet soulful sound. The band is proud to partner with Color Red Music. EMAIL the SHOW PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Theme Song: "Mazel Tov"- CALVIN VALENTINE
This latest episode of the North Coast Podcast features guest MC Hammersmith! We chat with MC Hammersmith while at the Sarasota Improv Fest bringing you this juicy interview from the floor of a hotel room. The North Coast Podcast is a Musical Comedy podcast featuring interviews, improvised hip-hop songs, and long-form improv from New York City's long-running hip hop-improv team, North Coast. From conversations with comedians, hip-hop artists, and other exciting creatives, you can now bring the infectious energy of a North Coast show into your headphones with this brand new podcast. Produced by Anna Torzullo and Douglas WidickNorthcoastnyc.comNorth Coast - @northcoastnycRj Williams - @rjron.williamsMichael Crisol - @TheDoctorBrickMel Rubin @melrubin2Billy Soco @bsocoDouglas Widick @douglaswidickLuke Miller @lukemillerfakeRalf Jean-Pierre - @preciousgorgeousralf Anna Torzullo - @AtorzzWith a cast of improv comedy veterans in New York City, North Coast's explosive performances have been packing comedy venues, universities, and festivals nationwide since 2009. Built around a single suggestion from an audience member, the show's improvised scenes escalate into full-blown hip-hop songs, facilitated by resident beatboxer, Doctor Brick. With their seamless melding of comedic timing and freestyle rapping abilities, North Coast frequently blurs the line between comedy show and concert, drawing audiences from the comedy, hip-hop, and theater communities for an experience that has been hailed as “mind-blowing” and “next level” by critics and audiences alike.Named one of the “Top Ten Best Comedy Shows” by Time Out New York, North Coast has been featured on Vh1, in Slate's Podcast The Gist, The Village Voice, and The New York Times Comedy Listings. Currently, you can catch them performing at Caveat on 9/4, 11/2, and 12/7.00:00- Intro/Florida is HOT 2:34 - Song: Crocs in the Bay 6:24 - Who is MC Hammersmith/His Approach to Freestyling 6:24-10:00 Sarasota Improv Festival10:00-12:52 MC Hammersmith Origin Story12:52-17:22 SONG: “Suck it Oxford” 18:55 - Edinburgh19:52 Harry Potter tour guide20:47 - Balancing the Business side 22:32-24:45 - song: feeding the algo24:45 - Only Fans but Food29:55 - Upping the cool factor30:19 - Reconciling Black Culture and Comedy Hip Hop Comedy33:46 - The King of Edinburgh Fringe35:38 - SONG: Don't Be Willy Nilly
This week we tell Part 1 of the tale of the Manila galleon Santo Cristo de Burgos - alternatively referred to as 'The Beeswax Wreck' for reasons that will be made apparent. This episode sets the background and historical context for Part Two, which will feature an interview with a special guest involved with the story of the wreck. Sources:Borao Mateo, Jose Eugenio. “The arrival of the Spanish galleons in Manila from the Pacific Ocean and their departure along the Kuroshio stream (16th and 17th centuries).” Journal of Geographic Research, no. 47La Follette, Cameron, Dennis Griffin, and Douglas Deur. “The Mountain of a Thousand Holes: Shipwreck Traditions and Treasure Hunting on Oregon's North Coast.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 282 - 313. La Follette, Cameron, Douglas Deur, and Esther González. “The Galleon's Final Journey: Accounts of Ship, Crew, and Passengers in the Colonial Archives.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 210 - 249 Lévesque, Rodrigue. “The Odyssey of Captain Arriola and His Discovery of Marcus Island in 1694.” The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 32, no. 2, Dec 1997, pp. 229 - 233. “The Myth of the Pacific Pirate Ship.” Drain the Oceans, Season 6, Episode 4, National Geographic, 2023. Tremml, Birgit M. “The Global and the Local: Problematic Dynamics of the Triangular Trade in Early Modern Manila.” Journal of World History, vol. 23, no. 3, Sept 2012.Williams, Scott S., Curt D. Peterson, Mitch Marken, and Richard Rogers. “The Beeswax Wreck of Nehalem: A Lost Manila Galleon.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 119, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 191 - 209. Support the show
President of the TCG Players Union CWA Local 1123, Chris Ryan, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to talk about the negotiation efforts by the union and their employer TCG Player. Ryan also talked about their battles with an anti-union law firm and what workers want in their first contract. Pat Gallagher, President of the North Coast AFL-CIO, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast following his recent retirement from the United Steelworkers to discuss several regional events. Gallagher discussed the win over State Issue 1, the issues with gerrymandering in Ohio and the U.S. Steel sale.
Today's suggestion is... Spy! Check in with the North Coast crew as they chat about Barbie, what Mel has seen (or hasn't...), and take you through their improvised world of an emergency room, all on this brand new episode of The North Coast Podcast! The North Coast Podcast is a Musical Comedy podcast featuring interviews, improvised hip-hop songs, and long-form improv from New York City's long-running hip hop-improv team, North Coast. From conversations with comedians, hip-hop artists, and other exciting creatives, you can now bring the infectious energy of a North Coast show into your headphones with this brand new podcast. Produced by Anna Torzullo and Douglas WidickNorthcoastnyc.comMike Schubert - www.schub.esMike Schubert - @schubes17North Coast - @northcoastnycRj Williams - @rjron.williamsMichael Crisol - @TheDoctorBrickMel Rubin @melrubin2Billy Soco @bsocoDouglas Widick @douglaswidickLuke Miller @lukemillerfakeRalf Jean-Pierre - @preciousgorgeousralf Stephanie Rae - @wordnerdstephAnna Torzullo - @AtorzzWith a cast of improv comedy veterans in New York City, North Coast's explosive performances have been packing comedy venues, universities, and festivals nationwide since 2009. Built around a single suggestion from an audience member, the show's improvised scenes escalate into full-blown hip-hop songs, facilitated by resident beatboxer, Doctor Brick. With their seamless melding of comedic timing and freestyle rapping abilities, North Coast frequently blurs the line between comedy show and concert, drawing audiences from the comedy, hip-hop, and theater communities for an experience that has been hailed as “mind-blowing” and “next level” by critics and audiences alike.Named one of the “Top Ten Best Comedy Shows” by Time Out New York, North Coast has been featured on Vh1, in Slate's Podcast The Gist, The Village Voice, and The New York Times Comedy Listings. You can catch them performing their improvised hip-hopera "Anybody" at Caveat on 9/4, and 10/5 @ 7PM!0:00 - Start 1:43 - SONG: Mel is An Entrepreneur 4:55 - Doug's Europe Trip 5:15 - SONG: Four Shows, Six Countries, 3 Workshops, 6 Days 7:00 - Barbie & NC Movie Corner13:34 - SONG: Has Mel Seen It? 16:39 - Suggestion: Spy 17:08 - SONG: Emergency Room Intro 19:25 - Blood Makes Me Squeamish 21:52 - SONG: I Need To Get Close (To The Blood) 23:40 - You Look Like George Clooney 27:40 - SONG: It's a Hard Knock Life
North Coast Land Conservancy, or NCLC, has been working to conserve land along the northern Oregon coast and coast range for nearly 40 years, and Katie Voelke has been its Executive Director since 2008.In this interview, she discusses NCLC's conservation philosophy, Oregon's land-sea connection, reckoning with the ownership model of conservation on stolen indigenous lands, and more.Learn more about North Coast Land Conservancy at https://nclctrust.org/Learn about our organization, the Coast Range Association at https://coastrange.org/ , and my email is email@example.com Support the showPlease Donate to Help us Keep This Show Free!
On today's Zero Limits Podcast I am joined in the studio for a chat with Mick F. former NSW Police Tactical Operations Unit Operator better know as the TOU. During his 14 plus year career Mick was involved in multiple incidents which includes being the officer involved shooting at the Kurnell siege in 2012. Only two years later Mick was alongside Officer A "Ben" at the Lindt Cafe Siege that was broadcasted live over every media outlet. The Lindt Café siege was a terrorist attack that occurred on 15–16 December 2014 when a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, held hostage ten customers and eight employees of a Lindt Chocolate Café in the APA Building in Martin Place, Sydney, Australia.The Sydney siege led to a 16-hour standoff, after which a gunshot was heard from inside and police officers from the Tactical Operations Unit (TOU) stormed the café. Hostage Tori Johnson was killed by Monis and hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by a police bullet ricochet in the subsequent raid. Monis was also killed. Three other hostages and a police officer were injured by police gunfire during the raid. Leaving the TOU fulltime unit in 2016 and moving to the North Coast and returned to general duties policing however in the part time tactical response capability regional NSW he was then involved in the Taree siege where the offender was killed by a tactical police officer. Get ready for the second account of the Lindt Cafe never heard before. Let's GO!Support the show - https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=9LG48GC49TW38Website - www.zerolimitspodcast.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/zero.limits.podcast/?hl=en
Today's guest is the prolific podcast producer & host, Mike Schubert! Mike hosts and produces Potterless, Modern Muckraker, Newest Olympian, Horse Hoops and Meddling Adults - what does this guy not do? His softball game got cancelled so he came to hang out! He chats with us about his past life as an engineer, all things Potterless, and so much more on this brand new episode of The North Coast Podcast! The North Coast Podcast is a Musical Comedy podcast featuring interviews, improvised hip-hop songs, and long-form improv from New York City's long-running hip hop-improv team, North Coast. From conversations with comedians, hip-hop artists, and other exciting creatives, you can now bring the infectious energy of a North Coast show into your headphones with this brand new podcast. Produced by Anna Torzullo and Douglas WidickNorthcoastnyc.comMike Schubert - www.schub.esMike Schubert - @schubes17North Coast - @northcoastnycRj Williams - @rjron.williamsMichael Crisol - @TheDoctorBrickMel Rubin @melrubin2Billy Soco @bsocoDouglas Widick @douglaswidickLuke Miller @lukemillerfakeRalf Jean-Pierre - @preciousgorgeousralf Stephanie Rae - @wordnerdstephAnna Torzullo - @AtorzzWith a cast of improv comedy veterans in New York City, North Coast's explosive performances have been packing comedy venues, universities, and festivals nationwide since 2009. Built around a single suggestion from an audience member, the show's improvised scenes escalate into full-blown hip-hop songs, facilitated by resident beatboxer, Doctor Brick. With their seamless melding of comedic timing and freestyle rapping abilities, North Coast frequently blurs the line between comedy show and concert, drawing audiences from the comedy, hip-hop, and theater communities for an experience that has been hailed as “mind-blowing” and “next level” by critics and audiences alike.Named one of the “Top Ten Best Comedy Shows” by Time Out New York, North Coast has been featured on Vh1, in Slate's Podcast The Gist, The Village Voice, and The New York Times Comedy Listings. You can catch them performing their improvised hip-hopera "Anybody" at Caveat on 8/10, 9/4, and 10/5 @ 7PM!0:00 - Start 0:45 - Welcome, Mike Schubert! 1:25 - Mike's Drip 5:12 - SONG: Double Pun Run 7:07 - Central Park Softball 10:47 - Podcasting 13:21 - She Who Shall Not Be Named18:30 - Potteriess Evolution 21:20 - SONG: You're Like the Bachelorette 23:41 - Mike's Comedy Background 28:13 - Mike's Ahead of the Curve 31:41 - Mike's Ghost of Engineer's Past 34:10 - SONG: He Engineered His Life
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