Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by PFF's Trevor Sikkema to talk about the Bucs' hot start to the 2021 season, issues with depth in their secondary, their Halloween date with the Saints, NFC contenders, his 2022 NFL Mock Draft at PFF, Spencer Rattler falling out of the first round, the lack of QB depth and much more (1:00). Then, fellow University of North Georgia alum Matt Green sits down with Chase to preview Week 8 in college football, the AAC raiding the C-USA, the Year of Upsets in CFB, Oregon vs. UCLA, Wake Forest vs. Army, Clemson vs. Pitt, Utah vs. Oregon State and USC vs. Notre Dame (30:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Trevor Sikkema, Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to recap a wild weekend in college football, the incidents in Tennessee vs. Ole Miss, what happens next, Lane Kiffin, Georgia steamrolling Kentucky, Dan Mullen losing to LSU again, the Tigers firing Ed Orgeron, Oklahoma State passing another test, David Bell upending Iowa again for Purdue, Arizona State blowing their moment against Utah, and much more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Ep. 191, Dave & Jessica discuss Jim Beck's prison sentence, new allegations in the case against District Attorney Mark Jones, fundraising hauls for candidates for US Senate in Georgia, the Confederate battle in North Georgia, and the supply chain issues no one is really discussing.
Leigh H. Perkins, or LHP as he was known, was the driving force behind Orvis from 1965 into the 1990s and was a legendary marketing and outdoorsman. He passed away this summer and I wanted to interview some of his favorite guides and fishing buddies to give people a sense of what he was really like in the field [47:52]. He was fearless, always cheerful, and never had a bad day of fishing no matter what the conditions--a lesson for all of us. I hope you'll enjoy LHP stories from John Kowalski, Lori-Ann Murphy, and Rick Ruoff. In the Fly Box this week, we have some great questions, including: Which kind of poly leader should I get? How do I keep my hands warm when fly-fishing in the winter? A new fly fisher shares stories of rudeness and kindness on the water I have been fishing a variety of fly patterns on a North Georgia stream, all in size 14, and can't catch any fish. What am I doing wrong? If I am catching whitefish and suckers, am I fishing in the right place? How do I sort out the trout from the whitefish and suckers? Why are the trout that used to eat my black Woolly Bugger still striking at it but not connecting? Can I fish tenkara-style with a standard fly rod? Does Tom have any questions for the listeners? Are species-specific fly lines any good or is it just marketing? I have some hooks that are marked as 2X long with a 2X extended gap. Aren't these just hooks that are one size larger?
Mike Brumfeld had his first Bigfoot sighting in 2001, in North Georgia. He has been interested in Sasquatch since he was a kid, but it wasn't until September, of 2011, that he saw a Sasquatch, for the 1st time, while on a BFRO outing. The sighting he had, that night, was really exciting, but what really Mike's motor running was the night when a Sasquatch slapped his head!If you've had a Bigfoot sighting and would like to be a guest, on the show, please go to https://MyBigfootSighting.com and let us know! We'd love to hear from you.If you'd like to report your sighting or sightings to the U.S. Bigfoot Patrol, please visit https://linktr.ee/usbigfootpatrol and fill out a report.Show's theme song, "Banjo Music," courtesy Nathan Brumley
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to recap what actually happened this week in Week 6 of the college football season, Texas A&M taking down Alabama, Penn State losing Clifford and to Iowa, Georgia rolling against Auburn, the Vols cooking the Gamecocks, Oklahoma coming back against Texas and Florida State winning in Chapel Hill and so much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode Notes You have may have heard the name Genghis Khan, likely mispronounced, but the fascinating history of the Mongol Empire has not been well understood by mainstream audiences. Dr. Timothy May from the University of North Georgia specializes in this very subject and joins Glen in conversation about the culture and rise of the Mongol Empire in this week's episode. Find out more at http://www.thenagainpodcast.com
Hello again and as the faith Pest Control podcast I'm your host Mike Stewart. I'm here with pest expert Fred Talley. And we've got a great subject today. It's the Beatles one of my favorites. Now it's not the Beatles, The post Jasper and North Georgia, The Powder Post Beetles Are Coming!! first appeared on Faith Pest Control.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni and his good friend Matt Green to preview Week 6 in the college football season, Iowa vs. Penn State, Georgia vs. Auburn, Oklahoma vs. Texas, Wyoming vs. Air Force, Utah vs. USC, and so many other big affairs along with the coming expanded CFP Playoff, LSU losing Derek Stingley Jr., more NCAA scholarship and transfer portal changes and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our next episode takes us to the mystifyingly beautiful rolling mountains of North Georgia where we will learn the haunting tale of the Blue Ridge Witch. Her story takes place in the Tilley Bend Community and all the trouble begins with a bloody feud between two families who are sworn enemies. In the feuds wake, the Tilley Bend Witch places a horrible curse on both families. Listen in as Ashley explores her resting place and the history behind her tale.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to recap Week 5 in the college football season, Cincy taking down Notre Dame, blowouts in Athens and Tuscaloosa, Tennessee's curbstomping of Mizzou on the road, Iowa's collision course with Penn State, Dan Mullen dropping another one to Kentucky and much more (1:00). Then, Locked On Yankees' Stacey Gotsulias on the MLB Playoffs, Yankees vs. Red Sox, the Mariners, Hanley Ramirez trying to make a comeback, Padres firing Jayce Tingler, Rockies making Bill Schmidt their permanent GM and the Orioles' offseason outlook (75:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Stacey Gotsulias Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
En este mini episodio conoceremos la historia de un lugar que está vinculado a los asesinatos de la mansión Corpsewood. Si no lo han hecho, les recomiendo escuchar el episodio 15, "Los Asesinatos de la Mansión Corpsewood", antes de empezar con este.No te olvides de:- Seguir el podcast en Spotify, Google Podcasts, Spreaker o en tus plataformas favoritas- Suscribirte al canal Lugares misteriosos el podcast en YouTube y activar la campanita- Compartir los episodios en tus redes sociales- Enviarnos tus sugerencias de libros, películas, series o lo que quieras para compartirlas en futuros episodiosFuentes para este episodio:- Wicked Horror- Wikipedia- Jacksonville.com- The Corpsewood Manor Murders of North Georgia, de Amy Petula
Hello, and welcome again to the Faith Pest Control podcast. I'm your host, Mike Stewart, and I'm here with pest expert, Mr. Fred Talley, the man who takes care of all the bug problems in Jasper Ellijay, and Blue Ridge, The post Vacation Rental Landlords In North Georgia, Jasper, Blue Ridge & Ellijay first appeared on Faith Pest Control.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to preview Week 5 in college football, Arkansas vs. UGA, Ole Miss vs. Alabama, Tennessee on the road versus Mizzou, Kentucky's issues against Florida, Notre Dame vs. Cincinnati, and so much more (1:00). Then, GATA Talk's Matt Mauney joins the program to talk Chad Lunsford's firing at Georgia Southern, the issues with the kid chugging the bear on top of the bus, the next coach in Statesboro, why Willie Fritz left, and much more (75:00). Lastly, App State play-by-play announcer Adam Witten joins the program to talk App State vs. Marshall, Chad Brice's QB Play thus far, how they match up against Georgia State, their Coastal Carolina and Louisiana matchups, and much more (105:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Matt Mauney, Adam Witten Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
¿Qué necesita una historia para que se pueda convertir en leyenda? Adoraciones satánicas, fiestas sexuales, drogas, un lugar en ruinas que se pueda explorar y un asesinato son básicas para que lo que haya pasado, quede en el colectivo cultural no solo de un pequeño poblado, sino de todos aquellos que disfrutamos los casos de true crime.Hoy, en lugares misteriosos, les contaré la historia de Charles Scudder y Joey Odom, quienes fueron cruelmente asesinados en la Mansión Corpsewood, en Georgia, Estados Unidos. No te olvides de:- Seguir el podcast en Spotify, Google Podcasts, Spreaker o en tus plataformas favoritas- Suscribirte al canal Lugares misteriosos el podcast en YouTube y activar la campanita- Compartir los episodios en tus redes sociales- Enviarnos tus sugerencias de libros, películas, series o lo que quieras para compartirlas en futuros episodiosFuentes para este episodio:- The Corpsewood Manor Murders of North Georgia, de Amy Petula- All That's Interesting- Atlas Obscura- Abandoned South East - Daily Mail
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about what happened in Week 4 of the college football season, Notre Dame's QB controversy, how Tennessee took it to Florida, what next for Clemson, Georgia vs. Arkansas on the horizon, Spencer Rattler's future in Norman and much more (1:00). Then, Locked On Yankees' Stacey Gotsulias on the Yankees vs. Red Sox Series, the Padres missing the playoffs, the Cardinals refusing to lose, Billy Beane in New York, Ohtani not a lock to stay with Angels, and the AL Wild Card race (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Stacey Gotsulias Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Donald Trump Jr. spoke about gun rights at a Smyrna gun shop; The North Georgia State Fair opened Wednesday; And a pedestrian was struck and killed after "running out" into the road. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 9-23-2021. For advertising inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to preview Week 4 of the college football season, Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame, LSU vs. Mississippi State, Tennessee vs. Florida, and so many others along with Finebaum on Deion Sanders at USC, Kiffin on Alabama and the transfer portal and the latest on CFP expansion (1:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler joins the program to talk the card incident between the Rays and Blue Jays, more Padres front-office changes, the Cardinals, Anthony Gose, more (75:00). To wrap, The Michigan Daily's Daniel Dash joins the show to talk Michigan football through three weeks, Cade McNamara's development, the new defense, Josh Gattis, Ohio State and more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler & Daniel Dash Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about what happened in Florida vs. Alabama, no great teams thus far in college football, Colorado's horrid offense, a bad call in Miss State vs. Memphis, BYU holding the fort against Arizona State, Bo Nix, Auburn vs. Penn State and much more College Football Week 3 analysis (1:00). Then, 49ers Hub's Evan Sowards on NFL Week 2 action, the 49ers surviving the Eagles, the horrible Falcons, NFL's taunting penalty problem, Lamar Jackson carrying the load against KC, Houston's QB room without Tyrod Taylor and much more (75:00). Then, Auburn alum Shea Brennaman joins the program to talk all things Auburn vs. Penn State, what happened, where they're going with Bo Nix, issues with the defensive line, Tank Bigsby and much more (140:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about their Week 4 picks in the college football season, Auburn heading to Happy Valley to face Penn State, the USC job opening up, Skylar Thompson's injury for Kansas State, musical chairs at QB for Texas, the Florida vs. Alabama showdown and much more (1:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler on the Giants and Dodgers making the postseason, Ryan Braun's retirement, Michael Conforto's upcoming free agency and much more (60:00). Lastly, KSL's Ben Anderson on the Jazz, Donovan Mitchell's development, winning the West next season, Rudy Gay's impact, and possible new color schemes in Utah (90:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler and Ben Anderson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Povenz is the founder of Modern Chivalry Men, http://www.modernchivalrymen.org/ , an organization inspiring men to positive change and community involvement. Mike is also the author of the book Iron and Cotton, a Man's Field Guide to Marriage, available now on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098388712/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_VV0CBX69K1W5MTYPVNXW?fbclid=IwAR1cVu_15N0UNWldVSwlmETomcWh2ZyQHKCaJBWz4TfmOfyrYLs5Y6lKlCs Mike has served for years as a men's group leader and is the recipient of the Life Changer Award. He lives in North Georgia with his beloved wife of 20 years. They are the proud parents of three children. Mike loves the outdoors, fishing, boating, skiing, cooking on cast iron, and time with family and friends In "Iron and Cotton," Mike Povenz offers insight that informs and prepares men for the greatest journey in life – marriage. In this must-read book, you will discover the obstacles and challenges that ensnare other men but will not ensnare you. You will receive the tools to help defy the statistics of divorce and grow into the intentional and purposeful man and husband that your family needs. Nobody goes into marriage planning to fail. Yet, millions of couples end up divorced or trapped in loveless and sexless marriages. With the guidance and advice in this book, you will be forged in the fires of wisdom and prepared to handle anything. Inside every man, there is an offering of strength and compassion waiting to be released into his marriage – an IRON side of him ready to offer courage and stability and a COTTON side prepared to offer comfort and understanding. The combination of these traits is essential to build character and fortify your marriage. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/support
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to recap Week 2 of the college football season, how Iowa took down Iowa State, Oregon's big win over the Buckeyes, the quarterback issue at Georgia, Texas getting blasted by Arkansas, Miss State's Home Dog of the Week victory, and BYU ending Utah's longtime winning streak against the Cougs. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On August 20, Dr. Cornelia Lambert resigned from her lectureship at the University of North Georgia instead of teaching in unsafe conditions. We spoke with her about her decision, the ramifications of them, and how higher ed's response to the Delta Wave is a new low for the "neoliberal death machine." We also hear a bit about Dr. Lambert's plans for a course on the history of infectious diseases. Relevant Reading: "Two UNG Professors Resign Citing Lack of COVID Rules" (https://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/education/two-ung-lecturers-resign-citing-lack-covid-rules/) University of North Georgia Lecturers Resign instead of Teaching in Person (https://www.ajc.com/education/university-of-north-georgia-lecturers-resign-instead-of-teaching-in-person/XGCBWJJBRBE5FKUJQP7EEZW2ZI/) Transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19LbUfx2LEM9lmD1GAH6PdZ8_01-lbr4gae73pYbr2NI/edit?usp=sharing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/residential-spread/message
The Marietta City Council has approved measures to slow down speeding drivers; The North Georgia UMC is going to sue Mt. Bethel UMC; UNG students compete to represent America in a cybersecurity competition. #UNG #NorthGeorgia #UMC #UnitedMethodist #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 9-10-2021. For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight, Greg and Sheila do a rapid-fire Q & A session. We asked our followers and members of the Row By Row Facebook group to send in gardening questions that they may have for Greg to answer. Questions & Answers Part 1: Thoughts on using Round-Up Weed Kill around the edge of the garden? I'm in Zone 8 a/b and hybrid Bermuda grass runners are hard to keep out. "There is a lot of controversy out there regarding using "round-up" but I use it around the edge of my garden. It is ideal to use for the grass runners but ultimately it is a personal preference. I do not use it in my vegetable garden but I have been known to edge my garden with it", Greg states. Will there ever be a clear dome made for the Heavy-Duty Bottom Trays? I don't have a greenhouse and it would be helpful for us in germinating our seeds in the house. "Probably not, the heavy-duty bottom tray is a catch basin for overflow of water for the 162 cell and 338 cell seed starting trays. There are no domes currently out there that are USA-made that we can find to carry. We do have smaller trays that have domes but for the larger trays, we do not have them", Greg answers. All of my fall crops are loaded with whiteflies. They fly out like crazy. I sprayed with Sevin but it doesn't even phase them and I spray them when they are flying out as well, doesn't seem to affect them. "Whiteflies are tough to get rid of. We have done a couple of videos on this exact issue. You want to use Horticultural Oil (you can even use dish detergent), spray early in the morning or late in the evening, spray underneath the leaf." Greg says. What vegetable or flower should never be grown in a pot because their roots grow so deep? "I'm not saying it can't be done but I would not grow corn, okra, or roselle in pots because of their deep root system.", Greg states. Questions & Answers Part 2: How do you know when to harvest the Roselle bush? "You want to pick it 7-10 days after it blooms, harvest it when it's tender, not when it's dry. The more you harvest, the more blooms you will have and will be able to continue to harvest for a few weeks.", Sheila answers. Can I plant swiss chard right now in Zone 8? "Heck yeah, you have plenty of time to plant swiss chard. It does plenty of cold weather, I would say you can plant all the way up to November.", Greg says. Can potatoes be planted again in summer or fall? I live in North Georgia, Zone 7B. "Potatoes can be grown either time, it is a lot more difficult to get seed potatoes in the fall but it can be done. Potatoes do not like the summer heat, we will plant them in the early spring and leave the summertime for okra", Greg answers. What are tomato varieties that you have that would do good for fall and when should they be started? "Seems like you may be a little late, we normally plant our fall tomatoes in July in Zone 8. The two varieties that I am growing that I believe would be good for almost anywhere in the fall is Florida 91 and Homestead varieties." Questions & Answers Part 3: When to plant collards, sown in the ground in Zone 8a for the fall? Greg says, "You can plant them now and continue to plant them up until early November." When do I start onions and garlic in Zone 7b, slightly north of Atlanta? "With garlic, you want to plant it 2-4 weeks before your first frost date. If you are growing a short day onion variety it will be the same thing, 2-4 weeks before the first frost. Anytime between October 15th and the first of November would be the ideal time to plant both, garlic and onions in Zone 7." I'm in South Florida, I've heard that peppers love the sun. I've had some issues with my pepper plants not producing any fruit, can heat be the problem? Greg states," We typically don't grow peppers in the heat of the summer. I have found that tomatoes and peppers do not do well in extreme heat. They do love the sun but early spring and early fall sun are best."
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about Week 2 in the college football season, Vanderbilt already shuffling their offensive play-caller duties, Randy Edsall out at UConn, Minnesota losing Mo Ibrahim for the season, the Huskies on primetime vs. Michigan, the battle for the Cy-Hawk trophy and much more (1:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler to talk about the Braves extending Morton, Mullens joining the 25-25 club for the Orioles, DeGrom's medical miracle per the Mets, Mondesi's return for Kansas City and Bradley Zimmer's emergence in Cleveland (60:00). Lastly, Black Knight Nation's Sal Interdonato on the Army vs. Georgia State game, why Army is looking good for another strong season, why the Black Knights are hard to prepare for, who to watch this season and much more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler, Sal Interdonato Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This Episode was brought to you by Jack Tuszynski, Publisher at Family Life Publications Jack has always been a photographer, working throughout metro Atlanta and North Georgia and has always called Canton home. Known by many as “PhotoJack," he has more than 35 years’ experience in the newspaper and magazine publishing […]
Brooke Buffington talks about her book - Ridiculousness: A Guide to Everything from an Expert on Nothing. This is episode 408 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Brooke is a writer and an encourager and a bona fide yogi. She's a self-proclaimed coffee connoisseur, a baker of healthy-ish goods, and a creator of ridiculousness who's settled down with her family in the North Georgia mountains, where the fall air is crisp and the scarf-wearing is…well, abundant and glorious. Over mountains and through valleys, trudging through the darkest of nights and dancing through the brightest of days, Brooke Buffington is an adventurer, a hope speaker, a light bringer, a peace seeker – a joy explorer – spreading a message of love and life and encouragement, challenging YOU to embrace your own story and live a radically intentional life. Today, we are focused on Brooke's book - Ridiculousness: A Guide to Everything from an Expert on Nothing. Great talk! Awesome book! So much to learn. Thanks for listening! But wait... Could you do me a favor? Please go to my website at https://www.stevenmiletto.com/reviews/ or open the podcast app that you are listening to me on and would you rate and review the podcast? That would be Awesome. Thanks! Remember, Live2Lead - October 8th, 2021 - Awesome Leadership Experience! Hear John Maxwell, Jamie Kern Lima, Valorie Burton, Ed Mylett, Jeff Henderson, Joel Manby, Don Yaeger, and Tim Elmore in Atlanta, GA. Go to L2LATL.com and use K12 at checkout! Have you been wanting to tell your story on podcasts? Podcasts are a great way to grow your personal and business brand. Kitcaster specializes in developing real human connections through podcast appearances. If you are an expert in your field, have a unique story to share, or an interesting point of view-- it's time to explore the world of podcasting with Kitcaster. Go to https://kitcaster.com/tllk12 or go to my webpage at https://stevenmiletto.com/sponsors click on the Kitcaster logo to apply for a special offer for friends of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Ready to start your own podcast? Podbean is an awesome host. I have been with them since 2013. Go to https://www.podbean.com/TLLK12 to get 1 month free of unlimited hosting for your new podcast. Remember to take a look at NVTA (National Virtual Teacher Association) The NVTA Certification Process was created to establish a valid and reliable research-based teacher qualification training process for virtual teachers to enhance their teaching and develop their ongoing reflective skills to improve teaching capacity. NVTA is an affiliate sponsor of Teaching Learning Leading K12, by following the link above if you purchase a program, Teaching Learning Leading K12 will get a commission and you will help the show continue to grow. By the way, don't forget to go to my other affiliate sponsor Boone's Titanium Rings at www.boonerings.com. When you order a ring use my code - TLLK12 - at checkout to get 10% off and help the podcast get a commission. Oh by the way, you can help support Teaching Learning Leading K12 by buying me a soft drink (actually making a donation to Teaching Learning Leading K12.) That would be awesome! You would be helping expand the show with equipment and other resources to keep the show moving upward. Just go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stevenmiletto Thanks! Have an awesome day! Connect & Learn More: https://brookebuffington.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.instagram.com/brookebuffington https://www.facebook.com/brookebuffington https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAvdD54HPXrvXgQsjS-_Uag Amazon Link for Ridiculous Length - 48:53
September in the North Georgia mountains means it is finally apple season! Listen along as we explore an old method of preserving apples: bleaching apples. This unique process preserve fruit by drying it over coals with sulfur. We hear from Lucy York, Edith Parker, and Ada Kelly.
As we and our dogs age, it's critical to stay active and engaged in life. In this episode, we talk about things you can do to help keep your senior dogs engaged and therefore, happier and healthier.From nature trails to gardens, find dog friendly places near you where you can take your dogs of any age for fun new experiences. Not only will this be good for your dogs, it will also be good for you!If you're in North Georgia, the location featured in this video is Fausett Farms located in Dawsonville, Georgia. The sunflowers are only around for a short time, so be sure to check and see when they are in bloom!https://fausettfarmssunflowers.com/Find us online at http://dognerdshow.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dognerdshowFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/DogNerdShow/Shop at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/houndandthistle
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to recap Week 1 of the college football season, Georgia taking down Clemson, Notre Dame surviving FSU, CJ Stroud passing his first test at OSU, real trouble at Washington and Georgia Tech, Penn State making a statement vs. Wisconsin and so much more (1:00). Then, Locked On Yankees' Stacey Gotsulias returns for Sunday Night MLB to talk about the Dodgers losing A.J. Pollock, more Mets craziness, the Yankees' bullpen, the Blue Jays needing to lock up Robbie Ray and Marcus Semien and much more (105:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Stacey Gotsulias Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about Week Zero in college football, what happened with Nebraska, ESPN getting bamboozled by Bishop Sycamore, Zeb Noland starting for South Carolina and then get to their Week 1 picks in the college football season (1:00). Then, Dawg Sports' Graham Coffey joins the program to preview the Georgia vs. Clemson match-up, how it will go, matchups to watch, DJ vs. JT, and much more (60:00). Lastly, AZ Snake Pit's Jack Sommers on the Diamondbacks' disastrous season, Marte's future, stats to like and not like, and how long this rebuild will go (90:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Graham Coffey and Jack Sommers Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From the 1940s through the 1960s, young pregnant women entered the front door of a clinic in a small North Georgia town. Sometimes their babies exited out the back, sold to northern couples who were desperate to hold a newborn in their arms. But these weren't adoptions--they were transactions. And one unethical doctor was exploiting other people's tragedies. Join us to hear the story from one of those babies.
Could a Firefly Drinking Songs TV show be on its way? What's different with Coffee with The Celtfather. How close am I to completing my next CD? It's all on my monthly update, Celtfather Music & Travel, show #284. 0:13 - SHOWS PLANNED FOR JULY SEP 2-6: Dragon Con, Atlanta, GA SEP 9: Virginia Highlands Farmer's Market, Atlanta, GA @ 5:00 PM SEP 16-19: Gen Con, Indianapolis, IN. SEP 23: Hobbit Drinking Songs on Celtfather Live on Bandcamp. Buy tickets. OCT 2: Fire Maker Brewing Co., Atlanta, GA OCT 3: Grant Park Farmer's Market, Atlanta, GA OCT 15-17: Multiverse, Atlanta, KY THURS: Coffee with The Celtfather, YouTube (Season 9) @ 12:00 PM EST 2:22 - RANT: FIREFLY DRINKING SONGS, THE TV SHOW? CELTFATHER MONTHLY UPDATES 8:02 - PODCASTS I released two episodes of Pub Songs & Stories this month. The first highlighted songs about selkies with stories from Elizabeth Sutherland and me. But also there was a story by Matt & Shannon Heaton about a tune they wrote. It was a good show. But afterward, I was lamenting to my engineer, Mitchell, that I can't seem to put out more episodes. He suggested shorter ones. So instead of compiling the next big one in September, we put out a short one featuring Tuatha Dea and their story about "Black Douglas", the original Braveheart. I'm gonna try out the new format for the next month or so. So far, I'm liking it. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast had a full four episodes. I keep hoping to get ahead on that show. Maybe this week, since I'm only doing four episodes a month, it might give me a week to get ahead... or it might not because of Dragon Con. On Patreon, I released a bonus episode about releasing music on vinyl. 9:52 - VIDEOS My Coffee with The Celtfather shows are going well. Season 9 started on Thursday, August 5. I'm still not overflowing with viewers. But there's a solid number watching. I ran a Kickstarter for two weeks. I raised enough money to pay for Restream.io. So now I can skip asking for tips and just focus on performing all season. One of the last shows was pre-recorded in some local woods. It was nice to get out. The next Celtfather Live is on Thursday, September 23 at 8 pm ET. This will be a Hobbit Drinking Songs show. Tickets will go on sale in September. I shared of a waterfall in North Georgia that my family saw back in May. And I made a new video for my music's Patreon page. 13:26 - IN THE STUDIO August was my big studio month. I spent the first couple days of August in the studio putting some final touches on Selcouth and recording tracks for a Brobdingnagian Bards EP that we will release at Dragon Con. Selcouth has 13 tracks and at the time of recording this, Mitchell and I are still cleaning up one more final song that we realized had sonic problems. I'm hoping we'll finish it up this weekend. I'm trying to complete the album by the end of the month. In the meantime, I finished the Selcouth booklet with lyrics and stories behind the songs. I ordered shirts for the Kickstarter. Then I just need to mail everything to all of my supporters. I sat down and recorded more music for the Brobdingnagian Bards EP. The album is called Another Faire to Remember. This sort of a preview/concept that will be released as a full-length album next year. We are over halfway done with the album. So we're gonna launch a Kickstarter for it probably in October. 17:13 - MERCH I'm getting ready to pull Virtual Public House from my store along with the As Long As I'm Flyin' vinyl album. If you want to own either, order it now. Coffee with The Celtfather coffee mugs are back in the store as are the pint glasses. Remember, subscribe to my mailing list, you get a discount code to save 15%. 18:30 - CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS The Celtic Invasion of Scotland officially opened this month. It also closed this month. That's because I already have more than full contingent of people joining me this year. Now it's time to start planning the invasion. Sign up to the mailing list at CelticInvasion.com if you want to join the NEXT invasion. 19:37 - WEBSITES I updated lyrics for the Irish Song Lyrics website, including: “Big Strong Man” “Rare Old Mountain Dew” (new song) “Selkie's Life” (new song) “The Cat Came Back… The Cat's Perspective” 19:58 - STATS Mailing list subscribers = 1126 is down from 1131 Celtic Music Magazine = 4048 is up from 4059 YouTube Subscribers = 5502 is up from 5472 Facebook Likes = 3823 is up 12 from 3811 Instagram = 1890 is up from 1884 Spotify followers: 1826 is up from 1813 # Number of listens on Spotify: 2992 is up from 2906 Latest Spotify Single Stats: "Peggy Gordon" released on July 2: 44 is down from 67 (last one) "By Amazing Grace" released on July 29: 26 Latest Spotify Album Stats: Flower of Scotland released on June 25 (next month): 119 is down from 230 Most-popular songs on Spotify: "The Widow and the Devil" (2K), "Doctor of Gallifrey" (634), "Hobbit Hornpipe" (530), "A Working in the Garden" (394), "Hero of Canton" (226), "Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster" (221), "Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits" (208), "Reavers Malcolm Reavers" (205), "Drunken Sailor" (139), "Beer, Beer, Beer" (136) Most-popular songs on Amazon Music: "Doctor of Gallifrey" (600), "Hero of Canton" (319), "A Drop of Nelson's Blood" ( 213), "The Widow and the Devil" (130), "Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster" (53) Top albums on Amazon: Sci Fi Drinking Songs (951), As Long As I'm Flyin (590), Going for Brogue (424), Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion (329), Kilted For Her Pleasure (361) Last year's playlists from this time last year: Top Irish & Celtic Music: 599 is up from 596 Sci F'Irish Music: 15 is up from 13 Nagians Only: 22 (same) Celtfather Experience: 30 up from 29 Hobbit Drinking Songs: 5 (same) Firefly Drinking Songs: 135 is up from 132 Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers: 78 is up from 76 Jedi Drinking Songs: 32 is up from 31 Marc Gunn Songwriting: 4 (same) 23:50 - PATREON Patreon Subscribers: 163 (same) Patreon Monthly Income: $1255 is down from $1264 Thanks as always for supporting my music. Streaming music gives you a quick and easy way to sample all of my music. Digital sales keep my business running. Tips and CD sales allow me to tour. Kickstarter funds physical products like CDs, shirts ,and other merch. And Patreon funds my songwriting! Join the Gunn Runners Club on Patreon to support my songwriting. You will step behind-the-scenes with new music, bonus podcasts, videos, and live concerts. Thank you for supporting Sci F'Irish music at Celtfather.com! #CFMonthly
Cherokee School Police are looking for two missing teenage girls; The North Georgia Health Department will have drive through flu shots; And Cherokee County makes plans to honor 9/11 first responders. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 8-30-2021 For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk preview the SEC, what to make of Florida vs. Georgia, the rough season ahead for South Carolina, Kentucky's ceiling, Texas A&M's year, Ole Miss vs. Miss State, poor Arkansas, and the wildcard that is LSU, along with their first preview of Week 0's Nebraska vs. Illinois and the "alliance" between the PAC-12, Big 10 and ACC (1:00). Then, Buffalo Bills sideline reporter Sal Capaccio calls in to talk about the Bills, their offseason, Josh Allen in Year 3, the addition of Emmanuel Sanders, the loaded defense, Levi Wallace praise and being the favorite in the AFC East (120:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's episode of the Georgia Afield Hunting Podcast, we talk to Dr. Chris Jenkins about how he approaches chasing deer and bear in the vast public lands of North Georgia. It's taken us a while to get around to a North Georgia episode, but I think this one will be worth the wait! Check it out and let us know what you think. Important Links: Follow Chris Jenkins on Instagram Follow Brian on Instagram Follow Robert on Instagram Follow Georgia Afield on Instagram Listen to the Podcast at: Georgia Afield Hunting Podcast on iTunes Georgia Afield Hunting Podcast on Google Play Georgia Afield Hunting Podcast on Spotify Georgia Afield Hunting Podcast on Stitcher Georgia Afield on iHeart Radio Important Show Notes: Buy a Georgia Afield patriotic turkey t-shirt! Become a Georgia Afield supporter on our Patreon account! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Buy a Georgia Afield decal
Kurt came up to the studio and we listened to his new album On Our Way. Kurt tells us the stories behind each song and then we get to listen to them. Kurt is an amazing singer-songwriter from North Georgia, so pull up a chair and listen in on Kurt's musical journey in his new Album "On Our Way' available now for steaming and download --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegeorgiasongbirds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegeorgiasongbirds/support
Ashley Manning, whose trail name is Yardsale, has become a well-known advocate for plus-size adventuring. She has made it to around mile 950 on the Appalachian Trail and plans on finishing it within the next year and a half. She attended another expedition down the Grand Canyon in November 2019, and has plans to hike the John Muir trail in the next couple of years. Currently, she is raft guiding on the Chattooga River. Ashley grew up hiking around the North Georgia mountains with her Father and Uncle, so the love for the outdoors runs deep. She prides herself on breaking stereotypes and showing the world that people of all sizes can be outdoorsy. In 2019, Outside Magazine named her one of the "Plus Sized Adventurers You Should Follow". She is a regular contributor to The Trek and makes it her goal to inspire and motivate women everywhere. Guest Links- Ashley on The Trek- https://thetrek.co/author/ashley-manning/ Ashley on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ashleysadventure/?hl=en Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com If you like what we're doing on the Hiking Radio Network, and want to see our shows continue, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. You'll find the donate button on each Hiking Radio Network page at https://www.hikingradionetwork.com Any support is gratefully received.
Who was the original Braveheart and how Tuatha Dea is reclaiming that title from William Wallace? Plus, we sing a tribute to Robert the Bruce with one of Robert Burns' most-famous songs. WHO'S PLAYING IN THE PUB TODAY Welcome to Pub Songs & Stories. This is the Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music with your host Marc Gunn. Subscribe to the podcast at PubSong.com. 1:02 - “Scots Wha Hae” from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion 3:23 - NEWS: Today's show is brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. Special thanks to Jenn E, our newest Patron. New on Patreon: I talk about 22 minutes per side of a vinyl album. I share an MP3 of Wild Mountain Thyme and a travel video from North Georgia. And I also have a poll asking about how long this show should be. I have a show this Thursday at The Lost Druid Brewery in Avondale Estates, GA. This is my Dragon Con warm up show. 5:49 - Tuatha Dea tells the true story of Braveheart as the bravest Scottish knight. 10:50 - “Black Douglas” by Tuatha Dea from Single 17:03 - SUPPORT WHAT YOU LOVE If this show made you happy, then join the Gunn Runners Club on Patreon. Your support pays for the production and promotion of my music and this podcast. If you have questions or comments, drop me an email. Pub Songs & Stories was produced by Marc Gunn. The show is edited by Mitchell Petersen with graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. You can subscribe and listen wherever you find podcasts. You can also subscribe to my mailing list. You will get regular updates of new music, podcasts, special offers, and you'll get 21 songs for free. Welcome to the pub at www.pubsong.com! #pubsongs #braveheart #tuathadea
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by RBR Wrestling's Maxwell Baumbach to talk about his decision to leave the show, why he left, fatherhood, his basketball writing, his NBA Draft takes, if he will still keep up with pro wrestling and so much more (1:00). Then, fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green and Chase preview the Big 12, why Texas Tech and Texas is in real trouble, Baylor's march for 6 wins, if Kansas can steal two on their schedule and if this is the year Iowa State gets over the hump along with some talk on Nebraska, Scott Frost, Joey Gatewood and Terry Wilson winning the New Mexico Lobos QB job (50:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Maxwell Baumbach, Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How are students building ethical leadership skills as they prepare for military careers? Nzinga Curry, AUSA's Director of Education & Programs, interviews Billy Wells of University of North Georgia and Ken Tyler of the George C. Marshall International Center about the leadership development opportunities their organizations provide. Guests: Ken Tyler, Vice President of Development, George C. Marshall International Center COL(R) Billy Wells, Senior Vice President for Leadership and Global Engagement, University of North Georgia Host: Nzinga Curry, AUSA's Director of Education and Programs Resources: George C. Marshall International Center Web: https://www.georgecmarshall.org/ University of North Georgia Web: https://ung.edu/ Corps of Cadets: https://ung.edu/military-college-admissions/index.php UNG-Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies Symposium (6-7 April 2022): United States Higher Education & National Security Web: https://ung.edu/institute-leadership-strategic-studies/annual-symposium/2022-symposium.php Recommendations for future topics are welcome via email at email@example.com.
So, you want to be a manager? Or, maybe you already are a manager and want to do the best job possible in your management practice. Then this show is for you. On this episode of Library Leadership Podcast I speak with Austina Jordan, Head of Access Services at the University of North Georgia, who helps us explore the essentials of management including ways to integrate adaptive leadership, set expectations, fairly apply policies, and even avoid common mistakes we can make as managers. Ultimately, we want happy employees. This episode will help us get there.
North Georgia has more than forty lakes, and not one is natural. Buildings drowned where they stood. Entire towns flooded to bring in cheap power to North Georgia. Gravesites moved to accommodate the Army Corps of Engineers. We talk to author Lisa M. Russell about her fascinating book Underwater Ghost Towns of North Georgia. "The state's controversial decision to dam the region's rivers for power and water supply changed the landscape forever. Lost communities, forgotten crossroads, dissolving racetracks and even entire towns disappeared, with remnants occasionally peeking up from the depths during times of extreme drought. The creation of Lake Lanier displaced more than seven hundred families. During the construction of Lake Chatuge, busloads of schoolboys were brought in to help disinter graves for the community's cemetery relocation. Contractors clearing land for the development of Lake Hartwell met with seventy-eight-year-old Eliza Brock wielding a shotgun and warning the men off her property. Lisa Russell dives into the history hidden beneath North Georgia' lakes." -lisamrussell.net
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by The Athletic's Tyler Batiste to talk about being in the building for this week's episode of AEW Dynamite in Pittsburgh, Dr. Britt Baker returning home, if Darby Allin is working too many television matches, Christian Cage as Impact world champ, the absence of "Hangman" Adam Page, Keith Lee's scary health update, and more NXT releases (2:00). Then, fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green and Chase talk about Greg Sankey's extension, Florida losing an important corner, BYU's NIL move and their thoughts on the Big Ten heading into 2021 (40:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Tyler Batiste, Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, we welcome back Sophia Prater to the UX Hustle Podcast. Sophia and Amanda geek out about all things object-oriented UX (OOUX), talk about entrepreneurship -- shifting from consulting to facilitating to her own certification course, and what it takes to commit to your vision for your business and career. Sophia also gives us a sneak peak at the talk she'll be giving at the UX Hustle Summit all about using OOUX to future-proof your career. Sophia Prater is founder and lead UX designer at Rewired and the chief evangelist of object-oriented UX. Sophia teaches her OOUX methodologies at conferences, within companies, and through her OOUX Certification Program. She is the host of the OOUX Happy Hour meetup and the OOUX Podcast. Sophia has brought the complexity-untangling magic of OOUX to companies such as Facebook, Mastercard, Macy's, Credit Karma, Hubspot, Intercom, Delta Airlines, CNN, and many more. Sophia lives outside of Atlanta in the beautiful North Georgia mountains, the wine country of the Southeast United States, with her husband and business partner, Luke. Enjoy! Free online training on 4 massive UX mistakes that OOUX can help you prevent: OOUX.com/4mistakes Sophia's Certification Course: OOUX.com/certification Go follow Sophia on Twitter: @sophiavux Come to the UX Hustle Summit - September 24 & 25 - Early Bird on Sale now until August 13th: https://uxhustle.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support
We had the pleasure of interviewing Andy Velo over Zoom video! Nashville-based country artist Andy Velo recently released his new album Way Out. Produced by Jimmy Ritchey (Jake Owen, Clay Walker, Robert Counts), Way Out evokes traditional country of the '70s, '80s, and '90s as Velo charts his own path while simultaneously carrying the classic country torch. Today he shared his new single "Drinkin' Friends," a blue collar punch that recalls timeless churning honky tonk from the likes of George Strait and Mark Chestnutt. Of the new track, Sounds Like Nashville raved "Filled with glass-in-one-hundred-percent-full positivity and featuring a jiving honky-tonk sound, its a rowdy new standout with an old-school approach, ready to order up a night on the town." Velo began teasing songs from Way Out last fall when he released "Whiskysippi," an intoxicating track that suggests the free-spirited love child of Jason Aldean and Little Big Town. American Songwriter raved it "straddles that line of sounding fresh and new yet still carrying that traditional torch." It was followed by "Shade Tree" last month, a summer fun anthem that The Boot called, "country-with-a-capital-C...The upbeat, traditional-leaning love song is unpretentious and full of fiddle and steel guitar." Since his debut, Velo has accumulated over 4.2 million streams across Spotify and Apple Music alone and played shows with artists such as Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Kip Moore, Ashley McBryde, Jason Aldean, and many others. His breakthrough 2019 single "Half-Truths & Other Lies" spent three weeks at #1 on CMT's fan-voted 12 Pack Countdown. Country Living named him "The answer to those looking for a traditional country sound," while Country Music Pride exclaimed "He's the next big thing!" A native of North Georgia, Velo began his country music path at just 11 years old. He started going out on the road full time right after high school with then rising country artist Corey Smith. In 2012, he made his official move to Nashville and released his self-titled debut EP. It was followed by his second EP Blue Collar Cruise and the North Georgia Pines LP shortly after, all of which continued to provide the backdrop to his high-energy live shows as he spent time playing festivals, headlining clubs, and opening for several of country's top artists. Velo is also honored to be one of few artists that are brand ambassadors for Jim Beam and Maker's Mark bourbon. He is also partnered with Monster Energy, playing some of their marquee events such as PBR and NASCAR races. On the side, Andy has been cast in stunt roles for movies such as We Are Marshall and The Blind Side.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #AndyVelo #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
It’s an incredible story. From the 1940s through the 1960s, young pregnant women entered the front door of a clinic in a small North Georgia town. Sometimes their babies went out the back door, sold to desperate couples. Jane Blasio was one of those babies. She has investigated what happened to her and many others and is telling the story. Don’t miss Chris Fabry Live.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to go through some college football news, Robertson spurning UGA for Auburn, Alabama edging out Clemson for a five-star DE, their favorite CFB Wins/Losses Vegas odds, going against Notre Dame, going for Wisconsin, why Georgia is so appetizing at 10.5 and what they took away from their rewatch of the 2004 classic between Auburn and LSU (1:00). Plus, Stats By Will returns to preview the ACC heading into 2021, why Duke will look so different, issues with Boston College and Pittsburgh, missing Maryland, and why Syracuse is so consistently in the middle now (60:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices