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Nathan and Eppy join Jim in an unexpected trip across the border in S4E18 South by Southeast. Due to a mistaken postal address, Jim is taken for a CIA operative and whisked away for a high-stakes meeting with a rich socialite, who he quickly discovers is in trouble herself. Despite a serious class divide, we watch romance blossom while Jim does his best to keep her from danger. This fun character study of an episode uses the North by Northwest homage framing to get things going, so if seeing Jim get out of his element is something you enjoy, this is one to check out for sure! We mention the James Garner Animal Rescue Fund in this one. Check that out and consider making a donation at jgarf.org (https://www.jgarf.org). We have another podcast: Plus Expenses. Covering our non-Rockford media, games and life chatter, Plus Expenses is available via our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/twohundredaday) at ALL levels of support. Want more Rockford Files trivia, notes and ephemera? Check out the Two Hundred a Day Rockford Files Files (http://tinyurl.com/200files)! We appreciate all of our listeners, but offer a special thanks to our patrons (https://www.patreon.com/twohundredaday). In particular, this episode is supported by the following Gumshoe and Detective-level patrons: * Richard Hatem (https://twitter.com/richardhatem) * Brian Perrera (https://twitter.com/thermoware) * Eric Antener (https://twitter.com/antener) * Bill Anderson (https://twitter.com/billand88) * Chuck from whatchareading.com (http://whatchareading.com) * Paul Townend, who recommends the Fruit Loops podcast (https://fruitloopspod.com) * Shane Liebling's Roll For Your Party dieroller app (https://rollforyour.party/) * Jay Adan's Miniature Painting (http://jayadan.com) * Jay Thompson, Matthew Lee, Kip Holley, Dael Norwood, Dave P, and Dave Otterson! Thanks to: * Fireside.fm (https://fireside.fm) for hosting us * Audio Hijack (https://rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/) for helping us record and capture clips from the show * Spoileralerts.org (http://spoileralerts.org) for the adding machine audio clip * Freesound.org (https://www.freesound.org/) for other audio clips
Have you ever been curious what it's like to purchase a home? Are you curious about what the VA loan is? Do you have questions about purchasing a second home with the VA loan? After today's episode you won't have to wonder, because episode 85 of the Moments with an MEO podcast is all about the VA loan, with Realtors, milspouses, and veteran Annie and Laurel! Annie and Laurel share their unique journey to realty and why they find such joy in their careers. Stationed in the North West, they are part of the same Coast Guard Realty company and soon to be podcast! Annie, Laurel, and I touch upon many topics, including: - What the VA loan is, and how someone would go about utilizing it.- The importance and worth of having a realtor, and why you shouldn't worry about how much they cost.- How you'd go about finding out if you qualify for a second home using the VA loan.- The importance of shopping around - for lendors and realtors, and more! If you enjoyed this episode, check us out on Instagram and don't forget to write us by sending an email to email@example.com. We read listener letters on the podcast sometimes! Britt's Instagram: www.instagram.com/new_altitudesHome Port Oregon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homeportoregon/
Welcome to Caching in the NorthWest! The official podcast of GeoWoodstock 18 in the great Pacific NorthWest. It's Thursday at 9PM Pacific and we are going to talk about geocaches and geocachers from here and around the globe. So while you're searching the trunk of your car for an ice scraper, we'll be Caching in the NorthWest. We want you to ask your hosts interesting questions. We are calling this, At LAST!, or Listeners Asked Some Things. Send an email to feedback@CachingNW.com, call into 253-693-TFTC. Call us with your feedback at (253) 693-TFTC Or visit the website at https://CachingNW.com
This week brought the anniversary of the great 1962 Columbus Day Storm, the most severe weather event in Northwest history. I will talk about the fascinating origins of the storm and its extraordinary impacts. And I will provide the forecast, with wet, stormy conditions ahead for Sunday morning
We start E37 off with Lauren's not-so-vague review of Muppet's Haunted Mansion and where it lies on the Muppet Movie scale of greatness. Your favorite horror hosts call the Negronomicon (8:20) off the shelf to recap their Art Meets Life appearance, gush over the newest news about Scream (11:11), and have a quick Whatcha' Watching?! moment before throwing on their wetsuits to go 3000 leagues under 1999's Deep Blue Sea (19:45). Follow Us Online & don't forget to leave us a 5 star review!www.scarycritpodcast.com | twitter.com/scarycritpod | instagram.com/scarycritpodWant to watch our Art Meets Life episode? Check it out here: https://youtu.be/7155eEr3nnUGems from Episode 37Muppets Haunted Mansion (2021)The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005)Halloween Kills (2021)The Evil Dead (1981)Scream (2022)Charmed (1998)Sex Education (2019)Only Murders in the Building (2021)Squid Game (2021)Alice in Borderland (2020)As the Gods Will (2014)The Italian Job (2003)Army of the Dead (2021)Ocean's Eleven (2001)The Sopranos (1999)Deep Blue Sea (1999)The Haunting (1999)Jaws (1975)The Meg (2018)Scream (1996)Psycho (1960)Braveheart (1995)Pulp Fiction (1994)Mo Better Blues (1990)Goodfellas (1990)Jungle Fever (1991)Juice (1992)Menace II Society (1993)Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)Jurassic Park (1993)Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)Eve's Bayou (1997)Frankenfish (2004)Grey's Anatomy (2005)Alien (1979)The Mummy (1999)Panic Room (2002)Silence of the Lambs (1991)North by Northwest (1959)Sealab 2021 (2000)Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013)Poseidon (2006)Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)Jurassic World (2015)Power (2015)Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)Thirteen Ghosts (2001)Underwater (2020)It (2007)True Blood (2008)
Liverpool is located 178 miles North West of London. A port and a city of colorful history, it has produced two Premier League Soccer Teams, The Beatles, countless actors and artists and has always been an immigrant melting pot. A key transportation artery during the Industrial Revolution, it played a role in the American Civil War facilitating the cotton trade, hosting a Confederate consulate and overseeing the building of a Confederate warship. Lincoln's assassin John Wilkes Booth is rumored to have fled to Liverpool, his ancestral home and lived incognito avoiding capture. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message
William Shatner boards Blue Origin Rocket for launch to space this morning, Vinnie has a friend whose son has passed away, North West thinks the house that Kim Kardashian lives in is ugly house, and a lovely letter from one of our listeners! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kim Kardashian's daughter loves to say one particular thing to get under Kim's skin when they have an argument… And it's something that has been pointed out several times on this show. Plus, Meghan Trainor has more details on the side by side toilets that she and her husband use.
At least in our opinion, as cool as the early 90's Northwest sound was, the unsung heroes were two bands from Minneapolis that made their bones in the early 80's. Can you guys who? Intro: "Everything Went Black Theme" - composed and recorded by Mike Hill Outro: "Kiss Me on the Bus" - Replacements
We're heading into ski season and the second of back-to-back La Nina years. What is that, why do we care, and what does that mean for Cascade snowfall this year? Matt Zaffino digs deep into the numbers. But here's a clue: get your skis waxed and your traction tires mounted.
Welcome to Caching in the NorthWest! The official podcast of GeoWoodstock 18 in the great Pacific NorthWest. It's Thursday at 9PM Pacific and we are going to talk about geocaches and geocachers from here and around the globe. So while you're trying to make up for things on the naughty list, we'll be Caching in the NorthWest. We want you to ask your hosts interesting questions. We are calling this, At LAST!, or Listeners Asked Some Things. Send an email to feedback@CachingNW.com, call into 253-693-TFTC. Call us with your feedback at (253) 693-TFTC Or visit the website at https://CachingNW.com
Also happening today; the government says the number of people pointing lasers at airliners continues to go up; a woman is in critical condition after a shooting in the West Town area last night involving her husband; a political action group has formed in the Northwest suburbs to protect and increase the rights of members of the LGBTQ-Plus community; the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is honoring 13 officers shot in the line of duty; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We welcome Brian Nilsen with Circuit of the Northwest back as he confirms the track is coming! We also talk about customer service during COVID, DSRP vs MSRP, and welcome Daniella Lewis - head of membership for Circuit of the Northwest. We are very excited to have another track that's really happening, but it's going to be so much more than just another track!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Zaidi over Zoom video! BEN ZAIDI'S NEW SINGLE “GOING ON GONE” OUT NOW!DEBUT ALBUM PRODUCED BY TONY BERG DUE2022 ON NETTWERKEmerging Brooklyn-based artist Ben Zaidi unveils a new song from his forthcoming Tony Berg-produced debut album. Listen/share “Going on Gone” HERE and watch/share the official lyric video HERE.Zaidi explains the song was inspired by a drunken moment on the beach in Florida, which was “interrupted by a sudden vision of mortality and climate apocalypse. The desire to detach from reality and live with your headphones on is strong.”The track follows first single “Ben Zaidi's Blues;” Watch/share the video HERE.Zaidi's debut album is set for release in 2022 on Nettwerk, and was produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Peter Gabriel, Beck) and recorded at Los Angeles' Sound City Studios along with backing band members Ethan Gruska, Sebastian Steinberg (Fiona Apple,) saxophonist Sam Gendel and Kane Ritchotte (Portugal. The Man.) More details to come.Watch Zaidi perform live at KEXP HERE.Born and raised in Seattle, Zaidi is a Harvard-educated poet whose debut album explores a variety of themes: death, racial identity, quarter-life changes and the loss of innocence that comes with a rapidly decaying planet. Growing up with a lot of Northwest music influences, ultimately lyric-heavy albums such as Bob Dylan's The Times They Are A-Changin' and The Freewheelin Bob Dylan, as well as Joni Mitchell's Blue, were in heavy rotation while writing his new album.Much of the record was influenced by a long drive down I-95 from Brooklyn to Florida to visit a friend who had been diagnosed with Stage IV non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and going through chemo. “And that obviously was the first smack in the face of, ‘Oh, we're not invincible anymore' It's not like, ‘Oh our whole life is ahead of us stretching out in front of us,' but instead there is a certain frailty that this is all precariously balanced on. And I think the album's grappling with that.” More details to come soon.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BenZaidi #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
Over the past two decades, more than 200 people have died by suicide in Washington and Oregon jails. That puts the two Northwest states above the national average for jail suicides, according to a new report.
A great Thursday Night Football game is on tap for us tonight along with more MLB baseball playoffs so Brad has a loaded Fade Five and Bonus Time for #TequilaThursday. He has player props on Robert Woods, Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, Russell Wilson and Darrell Henderson. Then in Bonus Time Cooper Kupp and Tyler Lockett are featured along with picks for both MLB playoff games today. And, of course, picks against the spread and total for TNF.
Olga Sagan is the Owner of the nationally renowned bakery, Piroshky Piroshky. Founded in Seattle's historic Pike Place Market, Piroshky Piroshky has offered handcrafted pies to loyal fans since 1992. An immigrant from Russia when she was 16, Olga arrived in America and faced many challenges overcoming language barriers and learning to navigate what it means to be a woman in a leadership role — something that was not encouraged in her home country. In 2006, Olga became part owner of Piroshky Piroshky and took complete ownership in 2017. Under her leadership, the bakery has grown to four locations and a food truck, teamed up with iconic Northwest businesses such as Field Roast, Uli's Famous Sausage, Tillamook, and Double R Ranch, and introduced a vegan line. Passionate about leadership, she got her SHRM Certification in 2018 and was picked by Puget Sound Business Journal as a “small business hero” in 2019. She was also chosen by the SBA as the 2020 “Washington Small Business Owner of the Year.” In 2020, she started Catch22Market, a free website aggregator that helps small businesses take their customers back. In this episode… Two of the most important character traits needed to build a thriving business are trust and transparency. Entrepreneurs need to be transparent about their products, businesses, and how they relate to other players in their industry. They also have to build trust with their customers and industry partners. Olga Sagan's desire for transparency led to the creation of Catch22Market, a website aggregator which helps put power back into small businesses. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she realized that many players in the food industry were losing a lot of business due to the shutdowns and were spending a lot of money working with third-party delivery apps to serve their customers. She, therefore, came up with the brilliant idea for Catch22Market that not only provides transparency but also helps build trust between businesses and their customers. Olga Sagan, the Owner of Piroshky Piroshky, is Andrea Heuston's guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she gets interviewed about her entrepreneurial journey and her desire to give power back to small business owners. Olga explains how she immigrated to the US, how she came to be the sole owner of Piroshky Piroshky, and how her website aggregator tool is helping businesses in the food industry thrive. Stay tuned.
Teague and Steve are joined by Glenwood City coach Shane Strong to help preview the last of our Northwest sectionals, D3 Sectional A! Quality team races abound in this sectional between all four regionals, and there is a lot of individual talent across the board to go along with the team talent as well. We also get a moment to chat with Coach Strong about his program and the team website (highly recommend checking that website out by the way, link below), Steve throws some trivia at Teague that he happened to have already asked on a prior episode, and we make our first set of regional/sectional team picks for Division 3!https://www.gcsd.k12.wi.us/faculty/stron_s/hilltopper_wrestling.cfmRegional 1-5:38Regional 2-19:00Regional 3-27:40Regional 4-49:50Team Sectional Predictions-1:05:30
This is a segment of episode 305 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Storytelling Is An Emergency: In Our Bones, We Knew This Was Going To Happen w/ Sophie Strand.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/sophie-strand Learn more about Sophie and her work: http://sophiestrand.com Writer, poet, and essayist Sophie Strand joins me to discuss the "emergency of storytelling" in our climate disrupted present and future, and the subjects she explores in her upcoming book releases, 'The Madonna Secret,' and 'The Flowering Wand: Lunar Kings, Lichenized Lovers, Transpecies Magicians, and Rhizomatic Harpists Heal the Masculine.' Sophie and I entered this conversation a bit fuzzy, a little stunned. We acknowledge this from the get go. We were processing devastating news that morning: Hurricane Ida crashed and dragged itself from south to north across the East Coast, overwhelming the infrastructure, shutting down the grid and flooding cities. We discuss how climatologically, ecologically, we can feel how things have shifted tremendously — in the Northwest where I live, and in Hudson Valley where Sophie lives. While, personally, I tend to explore this broad subject on this podcast, Sophie writes about it. In her essay 'Storytelling is an Emergency: An Ecological Reading of Scheherazade,' she writes: “We are entering into an ecological A Thousand and One Nights of climate change. We are entering into a series of stories that are desperately trying to save their teller: the earth, Gaia, the biosphere, whatever word, for you, encompasses the sum total of spherical, gravity-bound life. Will we like King Shahryar, halt our violence, and begin to listen to a new, non-human kind of story? Will we let these stories change us and reform us? Ultimately, it matters not whether we do or do not. This series of stories will not depend on a human scribe. It will be written into the stone mantle of the Earth itself.” (https://bit.ly/3B4CJ6A) Sophie Strand is a writer based in the Hudson Valley who focuses on the intersection of spirituality, storytelling, and ecology. But it would probably be more authentic to call her a neo-troubadour animist with a propensity to spin yarns that inevitably turn into love stories. Give her a salamander and a stone and she'll write you a love story. Sophie was raised by house cats, puff balls, possums, raccoons, and an opinionated, crippled goose. In every neighborhood she's ever lived in she has been known as “the walker”. She believes strongly that all thinking happens interstitially – between beings, ideas, differences, mythical gradients. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
Chad is out of the studio, so Jason and Rebekah pair up to bring you an episode filled with crazy news stories and some deep, hard truth. There's a lot of laughs and you're sure to enjoy!
Today I get to chat (and laugh) with Dr. Melissa Cioffi, PT, the owner of New Quest Physical Therapy, a mobile physical therapy practice specializing in pelvic health Mel Cioffi is a doctor of physical therapy who “frees active folx with vaginas from endless kegels and garbage exercises so they can get their damn lives back." She's participating in the O+ Festival offering a class, "Beyond Kegels," where you'll learn the basics of what the pelvic floor is, does, and how to condition yours beyond kegels alone. You will learn how breathwork can be incorporated with your deep abdominals and pelvic floor. This will be for AFAB participants (I am not trained in pelvic floor conditioning related to AMAB people…yet!) Join her Sunday, October 10th from 1:15-2:15 at the Yoga House.In the second half of today's show (around minute 54) I get to speak with several members of the Performance sin Miedo, a community event bringing awareness to ending violence against women. Joining the conversation are co-organizers, Perla Ayora and Mariel Fiori; choir director, Christine Gevert; cellist, Carolyn Leschuza; and community singers Maritza Del Razo and Sue Weed.Violence against women and girls is one of the most serious, widespread, deep-rooted and tolerated human rights violations in the world. Women and girls suffer various types of violence in all areas of their lives and under multiple manifestations: at home, in public spaces, at school, at work, in cyberspace, in the community, in politics, in institutions, among others. According to UN Women Mexico, globally, 1 in 3 women has suffered physical and / or sexual violence throughout their lives, and in some countries this proportion increases to 7 out of 10. Another unpleasant record: 14 of the 25 countries with the highest number of femicides are in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Mexico, 43.9% of women have experienced violence from their current or last partner.And in the United States we are not left behind in statistics concerning the violent patriarchy. According to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, every minute almost 20 people are physically abused by their partner; in a year this is equivalent to more than 10 million people.Because of these type of numbers, and because of specific cases that we know here in the Hudson Valley and beyond, it is that a score of Spanish-speaking women, led by choral director Christine Gevert, with the support of two radio program hosts, Perla Ayora of No me digas, and Mariel Fiori, of La Voz con Mariel Fiori, on Radio Kingston, unite our voices for a Performance without fear, free and open to the public. All people who support the global cause, against femicide and against violence against women, are invited to bring their banners and join in on Sunday, October 10 at 4 p.m. at the Parking Lot of the Kingston Court House, 285 Wall Street. The event will be livestreamed and English interpretation will be provided.What will happen at the Performance without Fear / Performance sin miedo? Everyone is invited to join in singing the Spanish language feminist anthem that went around the world in 2019 and that began in Chile thanks to the Las Tesis Collective, A rapist on your way, with strong and powerful lyrics: Patriarchy is a our judge, that imprisons us at birth, and our punishment is the violence you don't see. After this song, several people will have the opportunity to share their experience with gender violence, from the organizers and participants, to women who work in organizations that provide resources to help survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.Finally, we will sing another feminist hymn, The song without fear by Vivir Quintana, with the arrangement of Paz Court. When she gave her permission for this performance in Kingston,Chilean composer and singer Paz Court, who arranged the Song without fear, which was sung by El Palomar choir for the first time, said: “Thank you for joining your voices and helping to spread this message around the world”.We have changed some of the names that are mentioned in the song for cases that the group wanted to highlight, such as Vanessa Guillén, Nicole “Nikki” Addimando, and Marielle Franco. In the revised lyrics, we also recognize the thousands of immigrant women who are waiting to reach the United States and are now in overcrowded shelters in Mexico.Christine Gevert, founder and choral artistic director of Crescendo, in charge of preparing the participating Spanish-speaking women, said “I feel very honored to be able to be a part and help in this initiative. I realize that I have been privileged in my life thus far and I live in a safe ‘bubble' here in the Northwest corner of CT. I frequently experienced sexual harassment on the streets of Chile growing up, but I never thought much about it as it was part of our reality and we got used to dealing with it. I did not realize how much domestic violence, especially against women, is still a problem in this country, and in the countries of Latin America and in our neighbor Mexico!”For more information or to participate, email firstname.lastname@example.orgWe also listened to the songs, "New Moon" by Breanna Barbara who is playing the O+ Festival Friday at 8:30pm at Keegan Ale's, and "Right Now is All We Know" by Shana Falana who's performing at 7:45pm Friday evening at the County Lot. If you're listening to the podcast version grab the link to the playlist above.And DON'T FORGET about Marielena's "The Art of Living Together" also happening as part of the O+ Festival all weekend long! 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Just a couple dozen miles off the Northwest coast, immense dark birds with long, saber-shaped wings glide without effort above the waves. These graceful giants are Black-footed Albatrosses, flying by the thousands near the edge of the continental shelf. Black-footed Albatrosses do not breed until they are at least five years old, and after the young leave their breeding colony, they spend their first three years at sea. Learn more at BirdNote.org.