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The Cincy Shirts Podcast
192-All About Norwood

The Cincy Shirts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 49:25


Donna Laake and Susan Daniels are both members of the Norwood historical society and they join us to talk about the city's history, including its former name, the boom times, the bust times, and the epic comeback, plus a whole lot more Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode.  Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, TuneIn, and Spotify--- really anywhere you get your podcasts. Be sure to download and subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast theme is “Cincinnati” by Big Nothing who are actually from Philadelphia. 

Circulation on the Run
Circulation October 5, 2021 Issue

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:44


This week's episode features highlights from Circulation's 2021 Cardiovascular Surgery Themed Issue. Join Executive Editor James de Lemos along with Associate Editors Marc Ruel and Michael Fischbein as they discuss all of the articles found in this special issue. Dr. James de Lemos: Hi, my name is James de Lemos. I'm a cardiologist at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, and the executive editor for Circulation. And I'm standing in for Carolyn and Greg today to host our annual cardiovascular surgery-themed issue podcast. And I'm delighted to be joined by Marc Ruel, professor and chairman of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the Ottawa Heart Institute, and the director of cardiac surgery content for Circulation, as well as Michael Fischbein, associate professor of cardiothoracic surgery at Stanford and the director of the thoracic and aortic programs there. Marc, thanks for all that you do for Circulation with cardiovascular surgery content and let me turn it over to you to introduce the issue. Dr. Marc Ruel: Well, James, thank you very much. We're very delighted to introduce this 2021 cardiovascular surgery-themed issue. We already feel that this is going to put together some of the very best science at the interface between cardiac surgery or cardiovascular surgery, I should say, because there's some peripheral vascular topics as well, cardiology, and as well, mechanistic research. I think you're going to find that this is really a very jam-packed issue that has a lot of important messaging that will change the field going forward. Dr. Marc Ruel: Also, this year, I want to highlight a couple of changes in the preparation of the issue. I want to first thank the tremendous contributions over the years to Circulation and to the entire field of cardiac surgery of Tim Gardner. Really, Tim, is an absolute giant. I think he's the only person known to me who was both president of the American Heart Association and of the ATS in the field of cardiac surgery. Dr. Marc Ruel: Tim has really paved the way for us to develop and enhance this issue over the years, and I think 2021 is a testament to his legacy, because I would argue it's our strongest issue ever. And I also want to introduce Mike Fischbein, James and everybody, who's associate professor at Stanford. Mike is a thoracic-aortic surgery expert, also runs a translational lab, so has a very dedicated, basic science and translational surgical science expertise. So we're very, very happy to welcome Mike to the themed issue of Circulation. Dr. James de Lemos: Well, thanks Marc. We'll do is follow the order of the issue so that our readers and listeners can really get a sense of the content and its various types that we're publishing this year. And the issue starts with a provocative frame of reference piece from Verma and colleagues discussing the surgical left atrial appendage occlusion. Marc, what were your thoughts on that piece? Dr. Marc Ruel: It's obviously a game changer in cardiac surgery. I was privileged to serve as a part of the BSMB for this trial, and we can now say we toyed with the decision as to stop the trial at the appropriate time. And that's always a very difficult BSMB decision, which, frankly, you want to get it right, and you don't want to err on either side. Anyways, LAAOS III was recently published and we have a fantastic editorial in Circulation from Subodh Verma, Deepak Bhatt, and Elaine Tseng saying, which essentially highlights the importance of the trial for practice of cardiac surgery. Dr. Marc Ruel: It probably is that no patient who comes to cardiac surgery with a history of atrial fibrillation should, based on those findings, not have their atrial appendage ablated. There's already very little caveat, the trial has not shown what was feared prior with regards to an increased incidence of heart failure or symptoms. And really, the surgery has been effective. The ablation of the left atrial appendage is very effective in diminishing the primary outcome or of stroke, ischemic stroke or cerebral hemorrhage. Dr. Marc Ruel: And essentially, this was, in most cases, a surgical ablation, so cut and sew. So we don't have all the information about either endovascular devices or even ablative devices at the time of surgery. But it was a very large trial, it was a publicly funded trial. It is really the authoritative information in the field that's available so far. Dr. Marc Ruel: Mike, what are your thoughts around this? Do you now come to any one of your patients needing a cardiac surgical cooperation with a history of atrial fibrillation and thinking that I now need to address the left atrial appendage? Is that what you get out of this paper as well? Dr. Michael Fischbein: Yeah. Thanks, Marc. I think that's an excellent question. Yeah, now, every patient after this trial, I talk to them ahead of time and offer them to have their appendage ligated in this setting if they have a history of atrial fibrillation. I don't think this adds much to our operation, it doesn't increase much the clamp time. And especially, although the trial was more surgically excising with some of the newer clips out there, it really doesn't add much time to the operation. So I think this is really an important paper that will change what we do as surgeons. Dr. James de Lemos: Can I just comment that I think the trial has indirect implications well beyond surgery, because the demonstration of combined benefit for oral anticoagulation with left atrial appendage occlusion really suggests that, even for patients not going for cardiac surgery, at some point in the future, we may be thinking about not and either/or between the devices and anticoagulation, but maybe both. Dr. James de Lemos: Mike, let me come back to you. There's a really fascinating paper by DeCarlo evaluating penetrating aortic ulcers that really change my thinking on this. Can you talk a little bit about this paper and your thoughts? Dr. Michael Fischbein: Thanks very much, James. I think this is really an important paper that's going to change what we do as surgeons. As you know, symptomatic penetrating aortic ulcers are grouped with dissections in tremula hematoma where we treat those patients immediately. None of us know what to do though with the asymptomatic aortic ulcer, which is actually more common. A lot of us are basing our reports on some observational studies. Many of these studies are mixed, symptomatic and asymptomatic. And so the treatment really varies, from watching them conservatively to treating them with open or endovascular approaches. Dr. Michael Fischbein: However, this paper by DeCarlo's really excellent. They followed 273 asymptomatic penetrating ulcer patients over time following their CT scans. And they really had two key important findings. One that these ulcers really didn't change much over time, and two, the risk of some complication occurring, whether that's rupture, symptoms or progression of disease was very low at 6.5% over 10 years. And so I think this is really going to be important, because we know that these asymptomatic penetrating ulcers, we can watch them conservatively. They do have to be still followed, but we don't have to go immediately to perform some surgical procedure. Dr. James de Lemos: Marc, any thoughts from you on this paper? Does this change what you guys will be doing in Ottawa? Dr. Marc Ruel: Absolutely. Yeah, I think this is, as Mike was saying, a very germane finding that's very helpful. I think the key word here, as Mike was alluding to, is really the word asymptomatic and how do you define that? Right? I mean, many of these findings are incidental findings. Someone comes in with a bit of shortness of breath or this or that, gets a PE protocol CT scan and then a penetrating aortic ulcer is found. Dr. Marc Ruel: So where do you draw the line between symptoms that may be a small left lateral effusion or a bit of shortness of breath. And it's also, I think that nuance will have to be determined going forward, what is truly asymptomatic versus a few symptoms that may be less specific and perhaps not relate to the penetrating aortic ulcer. But I think it's tremendously helpful in guiding practice going forward. Dr. James de Lemos: Fantastic. Thank you both. Mike, I want to come back to you on another really important paper from the vascular surgery standpoint, which is the paper from the Voyager investigators on the combination of rivaroxaban and aspirin for patients with surgical treatment of peripheral arterial disease. Dr. Michael Fischbein: Yeah, no, I think this is another or provocative paper. And as you know, peripheral arterial disease is a really highly-significant clinical problem. We say that affects 200 million people globally. And this includes patients with claudication, arrest pain, limb threat ischemia. And currently, the treatment for this is to either a open surgical or endovascular revascularization of the lower extremity. And the problem is while these patients, they have immediate symptomatic relief where you can save their limb, we say that one out of five will develop some sort of symptom or limb ischemia by three years. Dr. Michael Fischbein: And so the field is really looking for some sort of adjuvant therapy to help prevent these occurrences later on. And so the Voyager trial randomized over 6,000 patients who underwent surgery, whether it was open or endovascular, and then they randomized to either receiving rivaroxaban plus aspirin, versus aspirin and a placebo. And they showed that if you received riva, that those patients had a significant reduction in the instance of their primary endpoint, which included ischemia, limb loss or symptoms. And importantly, there was not an increase in major bleeding risk in these individuals. Dr. James de Lemos: So fascinating. I mean, this does this change practice and is this now the standard for surgically-treated peripheral arterial disease? Dr. Michael Fischbein: Yeah, I think there's still some questions that we have to answer. Yeah, I think definitely this, I think will be used after the bypass surgery, but some of the things in the trial that we would have to figure out is how applicable is this to everyone. In the trial, the open surgical arm had patients with less risks. Also, some patients received vein conduit versus a prosthetic conduit. And so, I think we'll have to look at some of the sub-analysis to see who we can apply this to. Dr. James de Lemos: Fantastic. Marc, any thoughts from your perspective on this one? Dr. Marc Ruel: Yeah. Mike provided a great summary. I think one other take-home message to me is that, really, these patients should be viewed as having panvascular disease, a little bit like our CABG patients. And essentially rivaroxaban or DOACs in general have a role, like in the COMPASS trial, in preventing other complications. So here, part of the composite endpoint was myocardial infarction, right? And we know that these peripheral vascular disease patients are very much at risk of it. So it may have an effect locally, but it really, probably, has most of its effect with regards to the panvascular disease that these patients present. Dr. James de Lemos: Excellent. And I'll just point out that just today, the FDA released news that they've granted an indication for this combination therapy for patients with peripheral arterial disease. Let me come back to Marc for a really interesting randomized controlled trial, from China, evaluating no-touch vein graft interventions for cardiac surgery. Marc, can you talk to us about this trial and your impressions on this? Dr. Marc Ruel: Absolutely. Thank you, James. So this is a trial from seven hospitals in China that randomized 2,600 patients between April, 2017 and June, 2019. And patients were randomized with the use of saphenous vein grafts between a no-touch technique and a conventional saphenous vein graft harvest technique. And I'll explain a little bit what this no-touch technique is. It actually consists of two things. You take the vein by a complete incision. Often, in fact, it's more invasive, and you take the actual saphenous vein with a surrounding layer of fat and connective tissue around it. And because of that, it's not easily amenable to endoscopic vein harvest or even using small incisions. Dr. Marc Ruel: The other component of no touch of vein harvesting is to really preserve the anterior layer by not using any syringe inflation and letting the conduit be rinsed, but flow naturally and not be distended at all. So the trial was positive, and the trial already showed a lesser incidence of saphenous vein graft closure at both three months and 12 months on CT scan. So to give you an example, the three months saphenous vein closure was 4.8% in the conventional harvest group, versus 2.8% in the no-touch group. Dr. Marc Ruel: Now what's interesting to here is twofold. There may be a couple of aspects in the benefits of the therapy, and one may relate, in fact, to the lack of pressure syringe dilatation. So it's hard to tease out, is it really the surrounding layer of fat or is it the fact that the syringe dilatation procedure is not being performed in the no-touch group? The second issue is the technique is definitely more invasive. The authors found in the trial more local complications, about 50 to a hundred percent increase in terms of a local numbness, exudation, et cetera, delayed wound healing. Because you have to make bigger incisions and you have to take more tissue around where the vein that you're harvesting. Dr. Marc Ruel: So it is a very intriguing trial. Obviously, graph patency is something that's tremendously important around the CABG operation. But unfortunately, it steers us towards a more invasive approach. In a nutshell, it is a positive trial, but it does require the surgery to be slightly more invasive, albeit, in most cases, with addressable issues with regards to delayed wound healing and exudation. But it would be ideal if we could combine the benefits of a no-touch technique with a less invasive approach to harvesting. Dr. James de Lemos: Mike, this is fascinating to me because you've got a procedure that probably improves the long-term outcomes of the operation, but is associated with a longer surgical time and more local complications. Mike, I'm wondering, what are your surgeon's going to do at Stanford? Are they going to adopt this or is this too difficult and associated with too much inconvenience for the patient to become something that's done routinely? Dr. Michael Fischbein: Brilliant, great question, James. Because I think, often, our patients, previous to endoscopic vein harvesting, they often complained more issues with their leg incisions than their actual sternotomy. And I always tell my patients now, though, one of the incredible things is that we can take their vein endoscopically. And now, we're talking about, while we do have improvement in graft patency for the vein, we're going to go backwards and maybe have some of these wound issues again. And I'd be curious what Marc thinks, though. We are trying to do more and more arterial grafts. And so, if we're just using one vein, is it worth accepting these higher wound complications? Dr. Marc Ruel: It's a great point, Mike, and perhaps exactly, as you say, perhaps an increased use of arterial grafts can be combined with lack of a pressure syringe dilatation of the vein after harvest, right? And there's already some data suggesting, as provided in the excellent editorial by Vidal, that this may be mechanistically important to enhance patency. So the study is very intriguing and still remains to completely unfold. Dr. James de Lemos: Excellent. Really important contribution to the surgical science. Marc, I want to come back to you with another important randomized control trial, this with a really novel therapeutic compound designed to address kidney injury after cardiac surgery. Marc, can you talk about the trial with the small interfering mRNA for renal protection? Dr. Marc Ruel: Absolutely. Thank you, James. This is an important trial, in my opinion. It's a Phase II study of a compound named, teprasiran, which is a interfering RNA, which modifies the p53 mediated cell death response in the renal tubal cells. So what does that do, essentially, is that the thought is that it may prevent acute renal injury after cardiac surgery. We know that's a tremendous problem. Most busy cardiosurgical ICUs would have at least between 15 to 25% of the patients requiring dialysis postop, depending on the level of risk acuity that your unit is presenting. Dr. Marc Ruel: And it's no different whether you're in Stanford or Ottawa or Germany, in my opinion. So we need solutions here. And this is a relatively simple compound, which is administered within four hours of completion of surgery. So for instance, if the surgery was performed on pump, it was given within four hours of completion of surgery. So, for instance, if the surgery was on-pump, it was given within four of hours completion of CPB, cardiopulmonary bypass. If it had been performed off-pump, it was within four hours of the last anastomosis. Dr. Marc Ruel: It's a two-minute infusion, 10 milligrams per kilo, and essentially in the trial, it was not associated with any safety concerns. And quite conversely, it was actually associated with the benefit, with regards to the development of early acute kidney injury, which was 50% prevalence in the patients who were treated with placebo, versus 37% in patients who received the compound, again, named teprasiran. So I think this is quite important. It has led to a Phase III which is currently ongoing, and I think this is a very instrumental finding in the field. Dr. James de Lemos: Fantastic. I mean really a testament to the progress in clinical science for cardiac surgery, that we've got these randomized controlled trials moving through a development phase that may be actionable in years to come. Let's finish the discussion of the original research articles, Mike, with a review of the Yang paper, really, which also, I think, is in Circulation's real sweet spot, where we're highlighting the very best of basic and translational science coming from Surgeon Laboratories. Can you talk about that paper for us? Dr. Michael Fischbein: Thanks very much, James. I think this is really an exciting paper. Qiong Yang's lab at University of Michigan, they're studying Loeys-Dietz syndrome. As you know, Loeys-Dietz syndrome is one of the connective tissue disorders. There's five subtypes, and these individuals form aortic root aneurysms. Importantly, it's specific to the aortic root that these aneurysms primarily develop. Although later on, you can see them in other locations, including intracranial and some of the branch vessels. Dr. Michael Fischbein: But these root aneurysms can dissect and this is life threatening. Currently, the only treatment strategy for these individuals is surgical, where you perform a prophylactic replacement of the aortic root. Unfortunately, there are no real medical therapies, primarily because we don't understand the mechanisms why these aneurysms form. So Dr. Yang's lab, they model this disease using a induced pluripotent stem cell model, where cells are differentiated into the different embryologic origins of the aorta. Dr. Michael Fischbein: The aortic group comes primarily from the second heart field. And so, when they studied these smooth muscle cells, they were able to show that there is lineage-specific smooth muscle cell defects, and they discovered some interesting pathways that might explain why aneurysms form specifically in the root in these in individuals. They also came up with some potential pharmacologic strategies to block some of these mechanisms. Dr. Michael Fischbein: And so, I think this is really exciting because this is using pluripotent stem cells more as a model to study disease states. And I could see the potential, also, for precision medicine, where you take an individual cells, make their iPSCs and study that individual's mechanisms, and perhaps come up with unique medical strategies for that individual. Dr. James de Lemos: So let's, Marc, finish, that's really all of the original research articles we covered. Really, an amazing spectrum of clinical translational and basic science that is a Testament, both to what you all have done to recruit content, but the tremendous growth in science and the surgical specialties. Marc, let's talk a little bit about the two terrific in-depth reviews that you picked for this issue and what their contributions are. Dr. Marc Ruel: Thank you again, James. We have two excellent reviews in this themed issue of Circulation. One is a frontiers piece about cardiac surgery in women in the current era, going over what are the gaps in care. And this is spearheaded by Leslie Cho, from the Cleveland Clinic, and it really goes over, very comprehensively, many of the issues around not only clinical trial enrollment of women, but specific issues pertaining to the care, and which goes back even to basic science of the sex and gender of animals being used in research for reasons that I said, that are very comprehensively, again, I want to emphasize highlighted by the authors. Dr. Marc Ruel: And I'll give you an example, for instance. In off-pump surgery, there are some discrepancies with regards to the use of off-pump versus on-pump surgery between males and females. And we off-pump surgeons know that there are really two very different ways from the surgery. Women, for instance, have a smaller heart which is easier to expose, for instance, for lateral and inferior territories. But in the same token, the coronary targets can be smaller. So there's really a number of discrepancies here, which can be anatomic, it can be sometimes due to the disease presentations. Dr. Marc Ruel: For instance, women have more tricuspid valve disease, and at a certain age start having an increased incidence of aortic problems versus males. And there's also some what I would call logistical issues with regards, for instance, to clinical trial recruitments from VA centers that typically have very, very few women being eligible for enrollment there. So these issues, again, are comprehensively addressed by Dr. Cho and her colleagues. And it's a very interesting read. Dr. Marc Ruel: The other piece you were referring to is a state-of-the-art paper around the use of transit time flow measurements during coronary bypass. And I think our cardiology colleagues and everyone in the cardiovascular field will be very interested to learn a bit more about this. Because essentially, when we perform bypass surgery, we don't have a validated easy way to ascertain whether the grafts that we just built are doing their job. And you may say, "Well, the surgeon's great at cutting and doing anastomosis," but as I like to tell my trainees, there's much more than suturing that might be happening. Dr. Marc Ruel: An anastomosis may have an unforeseen flap into it. There could be a small clot that's blocking something. There could be a kink or a twist in the graft that's not readily recognized. So I think it's very important to have a thorough assessment in everybody. I'm the last author of this piece, so I'm obviously somewhat partial to it. But I think it is important for the field to have quality checking of all grafts that are performed at something, especially something as invasive as bypass surgery. The patient should come out with functional grafts and that should be validated and objectively verified. Dr. James de Lemos: Fantastic. Marc, and we also have two research letters in this issue of Circulation. These are small pieces, but they pack a really powerful punch. Do you want to just briefly tell us about those two? Dr. Marc Ruel: Absolutely. Thank you, James. As a surgeon, I love research letters. I think they are a great venue. They're under a thousand words. Certain, sometimes we're busy, we don't want to always read a 5,000-word manuscript. And they're really, they are well-suited to what I would say are surgical follow-up studies. Once a technique has been described and you want to look at what are the late outcomes of this technique, I think they're an excellent format for that. And precisely, this corresponds to the two research letters that we have in the 2021-themed issue. Dr. Marc Ruel: One is a long-term, 10 year analysis of the SAVE RITA trial by Kim and Kim in South Korea. The SAVE RITA trial is a fairly famous trial in our specialty, which essentially, randomized patients to have a Y graft on the left internal thoracic artery, using either a saphenous vein conduit or the right internal thoracic itself. And essentially the early results were neutral. So the two groups were comparable, which is naturally neutral. I would say non-inferior for the saphenous vein graft. Dr. Marc Ruel: Now we have 10-year data in over 200 patients, equally randomized between receiving a saphenous vein graft versus the right internal thoracic artery. And the results are 10 years are equally excellent between the saphenous vein graft and the right internal thoracic artery. So this is quite non-intuitive to many. Essentially, what we're showing here is that a vein graft at 10 years has amazing patency. We're talking 90%-plus in those patients who received an angiogram. So I think there's a couple of messages to remember here. Dr. Marc Ruel: There may be a biologic role of connecting a saphenous vein graft onto the left internal thoracic artery with regards to nitric oxide dilution. Also, technically, the authors have readily acknowledged that the harvest the vein, again, back to this saphenous vein harvest issue, they harvest it from the lower leg. Therefore, the diameter of the vein is more suited to a Y graft. And, in fact, using a vein over right internal thoracic artery may have technical advantages, because the diameter is a little bit more facile to use with regards to complex composite grafting. So it may actually be something that, if you can maintain it with patency based on say, nitric oxide dilution, is a little bit easier to maneuver and build at the time of surgery. Dr. James de Lemos: Marc, can I ask a question here? Does this change your practice with regard to how often you're using Y graphs, in general, and the vein on artery Y? Because, Mike, outsiders experiences that these graphs aren't used and do these data suggest that we should be using why Y graphs, in general, and this particular type of Y more often in surgery? Dr. Marc Ruel: Absolutely. I think these data suggest precisely that. Whether the adoption will follow is another story. There's not a lot of groups, much to your point, that are using this configuration, but it's used commonly as a bailout strategy. Let's say, one of the arteries has been injured or is not available, or you have a porcelain aorta, I think based on these important data, you can now know that you can, if well-constructed, use a saphenous vein graft as a Y graft onto the LITA with relative impunity. In fact, excellent results, if done in the way that Kim and Kim are reporting. Dr. Marc Ruel: Our second research letter is actually a follow-up of hybrid palliation for hypoplastic left heart syndrome. This comes from the UK, where a number of centers had used several years ago the concept of a hybrid palliation in patients who were mostly high risk for hypoplastic left heart. So here, again, much to the research letter format, we have a follow-up series with regards to following all these children who had received either a initial Norwood approach or a hybrid approach progressing to a Norwood stage two. And essentially, the overall survival, which is about, between two thirds to 75% of children at three, four years, is no different between an initial Norwood stage one approach versus hybrid palliation. Dr. Marc Ruel: So I think this is obviously very intriguing data. It's used to be that a hybrid palliation would only be used in very high-risk cases. I think this would provide credence to using it in a more liberal fashion. There's still the possible caveat that the centers that use hybrid palliation have a little bit of a "expertise bias," if you will, because they have both modalities being available. But I think this is a very important and very intriguing data for this extremely challenging condition. Dr. James de Lemos: Well, thank you. And I'd like to thank both you, Marc, and Mike for just tremendous insight. I think for somebody that doesn't live in the cardiac surgery world, having the privilege, not just to hear you explain these terrific studies, but also provide your insights in pearls about cardiac surgery and vascular surgery care in 2021 has been invaluable. And I think our listeners will feel the same way. I'd like to turn it over to you, Marc, as our leader in cardiovascular surgery to close us out today from a wonderful podcast. Dr. Marc Ruel: Well, thank you very much, James. Again, I want to reiterate, I think this is really a tremendous issue. It's our best ever. And I want to thank you, James and Joe Hill, as well, our Editor-in-Chief, for your support of surgery within Circulation. I also want to thank Sarah, Molly, Nick, and Augie, really, for their in their indefatigable support of our issue. I want to, again, extend our gratitude to Tim Gardner and to Mike for their tremendous help with this issue. I think this is, again, very important. Do send your best work, and I'm speaking to our readership community and all surgeons to Circulation. Dr. Marc Ruel: Circulation is our premier journal and surgery's tremendously important. And the interface together is a strong one, because Circulation realizes that surgery provides, and I'm a bit biased when I say this, but I think it is true. It provides the most robust and durable treatment for advanced heart disease, so it is very important to be featured prominently in Circulation. And I think this is what our current leadership and staff at Circulation are supporting, and I'm tremendously thankful on behalf of all surgeons. Dr. Greg Hundley: Well, on behalf of Carolyn and myself, we want to wish you a great week and we will catch you next week On the Run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more, visit ahajournals.org.

BladesPod - The Sheffield United Podcast
Sharp Says Shh - Derby recap, Boro preview

BladesPod - The Sheffield United Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 74:16


Ben and Andrew reflect on a 1-0 win over a resilient Derby County, after the Blades struggle to finish their chances before Curtis Davies hands us the points. We discuss Sharp having the last word, Norwood rolling back the years, a few worries over our fullbacks, and a hat-tip to Phil Jagielka on his 700th career game. Finally, a look ahead to an evening with Neil Warnock, as United travel to Middlesbrough on Tuesday. Thank you once again, as always, for listening to BladesPod. Follow us on Twitter @bladespod @panchero, and don't forget to check out the latest views from opposition fans on the critically-acclaimed www.roysviewfrom.com.

The Mark White Show
Hunter & Michelle Norwood with A Little Something Extra Ice Cream & Cora's Corner

The Mark White Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 39:39


As a special “treat,” Hunter Norwood with A Little Something Extra Ice Cream and his mom, Michelle, are joining me on today's show! After my conversation with Hunter & Michelle, we will have the very first episode of Cora's Corner! I hope you will listen & share! #newsthatunites Sponsor: Boutique Air

The Paper Fold
Shayna Norwood of Steel Petal Press

The Paper Fold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021


Watching makers successfully navigate their small brands first through a pandemic, and then civil unrest, has been unexpectedly heartening. While huge names in retail are closing their doors forever, small brands are emerging, if not unscathed, then at least relatively intact. And few have been more inspiring to me to witness in real time than Shayna Norwood of Steel Petal Press.Those entering its Logan Square doors in Chicago don't realize, but Steel Petal Press was born in 2008 as a side project for Shayna, who started letterpressing greeting cards for friends. That grew into wholesale business, and that became the retail space in 2016. When I last saw Shayna at NY NOW and National Stationery Show in early February, all was well in her world: She had a booth of her wholesale range that seemed busy every time I walked by, and also I saw her walking the show shopping for her shop as well.When coronavirus hit, Shayna kept her doors open as long as she could, then once she had to close to the public, she was still shipping orders or delivering them curbside. Shayna finally reopened June 4 — just in time for some of the biggest civil unrest this country, including Chicago, has seen in decades.If that's not enough to grapple with, Shayna recently started sharing her struggles with anxiety with her community, mostly on her Instagram feed, in a very open, brave way. At the winter markets she released a series of mental health tracker notepads — great timing, I've got to say — but I am really curious as to how she is doing personally with all this as well.**Thank You Sponsors**Please be sure to support these all-American, women-owned houses of paper.Girl w/Knife is your incredibly sharp new stationery BFF. Check out this award-winning, ultra-polished range that everyone's talking about — it slays on several brilliant levels!Kitty Meow Boutique was founded on the idea that your paper goods don't have to be a snooze fest. These stylish, laugh-out-loud selections are by turns sassy and sweet, all the while maintaining a consistent cool.

Stories of Inspiring Joy
Shayna Norwood

Stories of Inspiring Joy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 9:11


Shayna Norwood founded her company, Steel Petal Press in 2011 to share beauty and humor with the world through her collection of handmade stationery. What began as a part–time endeavor in 2008 has grown to include three presses, a paper cutter, and a small + awesome team. Together they print, package and ship each item by hand. In this week's new episode Shayna shares with us her journey starting her business. Shayna also so beautifully and openly shares her journey with anxiety, and the impact it's had on her life and her business. In 2016 Shayna was dealing with the stress of the election, she had just opened up her retail shop, and so much had happened at the same time. She was still having panic attacks and having trouble going into work, and there wasn't any way for her to step away from it. Fast forward to today, she feels much more stable and clear and she knew she wanted to share her experiences, and use Steel Petal Press as a platform to do that. She wanted to create a product that would allow her to tell her story, be useful, and impactful.  To learn and connect with Shayna and Steel Petal Press visit her website https://www.steelpetalpress.com/ and on Facebook @steelpetalpress Instagram @steelpetalpress and Pinterest @steelpetalpress and if you're interested in the Mental Health Trackers use code “NOTALONE” to receive 15% off! Stories of Inspiring Joy is a production of Seek The Joy Media and created by Sydney Weiss. To learn more and submit your story, click here. *Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Stories of Inspiring Joy.

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers' defensive backs underrated? Cameron Sutton, Tre Norwood fill out secondary

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 32:56


Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, is joined by Tony Serino to analyze the Steelers' defensive backs and what went right about their performance against the Bills Sunday. The guys dig into the snap counts and film to see what made this group look deeper than what we expected early in the season. They'll also talk about Mike Tomlin's coaching, halftime adjustments and the state of the AFC North. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Other Voices
Ellen Manning — Preserving a sense of place in McKownville

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 28:30


“We try to protect our little neighborhood,” says Ellen Manning, president of the McKownville Improvement Association. The association, which is almost a century old, is on the brink of achieving a new form of protection — having part of McKownville listed on the state and national registers of historic places. Manning hypothesizes in this week's podcast that what has kept the association active since 1924 is that McKownville is sandwiched between commercial and institutional development. An early Albany suburb, McKownville runs from the city line to the Northway, on both sides of Guilderland's major thoroughfare, Route 20.The historic district will encompass about 106 properties, Manning said, including some on the north side of Western Avenue, most of Waverly Place, and parts of Norwood, Glenwood, Parkwood, and Elmwood streets. The architectural styles are typical of popular home construction in the early 20th Century, ranging from Colonial revival to Arts and Crafts bungalows. The streets are lined with century-old trees and the neighbors know one another, Manning said.She called research conducted by McKownville volunteers “remarkable” as they documented the history and wrote descriptions of individual buildings. Manning noted such work is often done instead by hired consultants. On Sept. 14, residents whose homes would be in the historic district are invited to a public meeting, which will be held virtually. Details are posted to the association's website. Manning herself moved to McKownville in 1998. She had lived in Albany all of her life and was always aware of the neighborhood, having gone to McKown's Grove as a child to swim. She describes her Arts and Crafts style home, built in 1914, as having “a lot of charm, inside and out.” She likes the simple lines, rustic feel, and natural features of the Arts and Crafts style, which replaced the fussiness of the Victorian period. Manning also appreciates the intimacy of the neighborhood with the houses close together and enjoys walking the tree-lined streets. She has noted, since the onset of the pandemic, many more walkers. “It's bringing more people out,” she said. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

KOTO Community Radio News
Newscast 9-9-21

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 21:31


- Public Health encourages "contact budget" - Norwood makes moves on housing - Sheila Pree Bright on photographing protest

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
09-08-21 Segment 1 Gambling and The StrodeCast

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 72:21


Talking about the Pro-Am at Norwood. Creeps texting in, hot. Bob Fescoe. Bob Costas. Pick 6 tonight at 6pm. Weak college football slate this week. Iggy banty about his picks last time. Pro-gambling. Mizzou - Kentucky. The audio of Spready making the calf offer. Pujols HR call last night. Iggy comments on the attendance at Busch. Beercats and Prod Joe vs. The StrodeCast. 

SANFL Podcast
Norwood vice-captain Cam Shenton previews Qualifying Final

SANFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 4:58


Norwood vice-captain Cam Shenton previews Qualifying Final by Zac Milbank

Hear Cincinnati
Lebanon Schools close, colleges requiring vaccines, and more school COVID-19 updates

Hear Cincinnati

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 79:05


WCPO reporter Evan Millward joins to discuss the latest updates on COVID-19 during back-to-school, including Lebanon Schools shutting down temporarily, and the growing list of colleges requiring vaccines. First, our panel discusses free internet access in pubic housing, COVID-19 in nursing homes, the return of Riverfest and more. Notable Links: CMHA and Cincinnati Bell to offer free high-speed internet access in six public housing communities JBM Packaging expands with Queensgate location to grow business, hire more 'fair chance' employees DHL Express expands Cincinnati Works job-coaching at CVG hub to attract and keep good employees Video of Norwood brawl contradicts councilman's claim that he saved victim from his attacker Want to know how many people have died at the nursing home you're choosing for your parents? Too bad Clifton Avenue protected bike lane avoids cancelation — for now Lebanon Schools closed until Sept. 7 because of rising number of COVID-19 quarantines Miami University to require all students, staff get COVID-19 vaccine UC to require students, staff, faculty get COVID-19 vaccine More at https://wcpo.com/hear  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere
Eille Norwood, Restored

I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 65:47


“And why not Norwood?” [NORW]  Before there was Jeremy Brett, there was Anthony Edward Brett. Like the modern-day television actor, he played Sherlock Holmes in over 40 films. But you know him as Eille Norwood. Most of his Sherlock Holmes films from the 1920s remain hidden from the public, so when the British Film Institute announced a major restoration project, we called Russell Merritt, BSI ("The Trepoff Murder") to enlighten us. Russell is a silent film scholar, having recently retired from the University of California, Berkley as a professor of film. He was actively involved in the restoration of other recently discovered silent Sherlock Holmes films such as William Gillette's 1916 Sherlock Holmes and the German Der Hund der Baskervilles from 1929. Together, we go behind the scenes of the Norwood films — a drama itself — and cover the Clive Brook film, as well as Russell's Holy Grail of lost Sherlock Holmes films. And of course, we have another Canonical Couplet to challenge your acuity. If you are chosen as a winner, you'll get some mystery item from the IHOSE vaults. Answers are due by September 14, 2021 at 11:59 a.m. EDT. Information on sponsors, links, and notes available below.   Please do consider becoming a . Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and transcription services.      BONUS CONTENT: For our  supporters, we have from the 2016 Chautauqua conference, where we screened some Eille Norwood films. This additional material is just for our supporters. Become one for as little as $1 a month on .   Sponsors is the premier publisher of books about Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle, including .    has a number of new Kickstarters that need your attention: , , and .     Would you care to advertise with us? You can find . Let's chat!   Links This episode:  (BFI)   (YouTube)  (Wikipedia) Previous episodes mentioned:   Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  as well as through our accounts on , , , and .     And would you consider leaving us a rating and review? It would help other Sherlockians to find us.   Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323).   Transcript We are so grateful for your support , which makes our transcripts possible. A transcript for this episode will be available at .     --    

Steelers Blitz (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Segment 2: Snell, Brooks Jr, and Norwood

Steelers Blitz (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 28:07


Uhler and Moats discuss other Steelers who have big opportunities Friday night against the Panthers. They also discuss the current outlook of the defensive backs in light of the Brooks Jr. injury.

fireengineering
Lawyers, Guns, and Money

fireengineering

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 94:00


On this week's Humpday Hangout, Frank Ricci and P.J. Norwood speak with Jonathan Levine as partner of Pritzker Levine, LLP, and Rick Seal “of Counsel” Pritzker Levine, LLP, a retired San Jose (CA) battalion chief, about a lawsuit concerning forever chemicals and the effects on firefighters. They will also speak to Bryan Sky-Eagle, district chief for the Houston (TX) Fire Department, about his role in the Houston Fire Department Chief Officers Association and his new book. They will also share an interview with Frank Siller from Tunnels to Towers and the great work they do for firefighters, cops, and our great military. Book by Bryan Sky-Eagle: Texas Disaster Law Guide

About Mansfield
AM87 - Alma Martinez and Brenda Norwood Interview II

About Mansfield

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 67:37


Stories we're covering this week:• Mansfield ISD student arrested after being caught with gun at school• MISD seeks your support in a Penny Swap Election in November• COVID-19 continues its increasing local spread• Water quality, early debt payoff and more, we cover it all with A Moment With the Mayor• Mansfield Police now accepting applications for its Citizens Academy• Mayor accepts a clean city challenge• Friday Night Lights starts this week with most Mansfield teams playing out of town In the Features Section:• Science reporter Dennis Webb talks about Nuclear Fusion• Health specialist Catrina Brown talks about snake bites on the Texas Health Tip of the Week• Home improvement specialist Terry Radzwion answers your questions in the Ask Terry segment• Brian Certain is serving up another original concoction containing watermelon and a shrub with Cocktail of the Week We have the seven-day weather forecast and Steve will conclude his interview with educational legends Alma Martinez and Brenda Norwood. And, you will have a chance to win a $25 gift card to Dirty Job Brewing with our trivia question of the week! We are Mansfield's only source for news, talk and information. This is About Mansfield.

Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network
REI084: Investing In Oil Wells Like Rental Properties w/ Grant Norwood

Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 57:37


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: 21:30 - Where Grant thinks oil prices will end this year, why industry experts are expecting triple-digit prices by the end of 2021, and its indirect effects on the listeners' everyday life36:49 - How an investor can find the right oil driller and the right well40:41 - How government involvement in oil production affects the success and future development of domestic oil production and the price of energy and basic materials43:42 - What tax benefits and incentives are available when investing in oil and how it is similar and different from real estate47:00 - What Grant sees as the right percentage of someone's portfolio to be allocated in oil investmentsAnd much, much more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.EPISODE RESOURCESGet more FREE content from RobertGet a FREE audiobook from AudibleRead the 9 Key Steps to Effective Personal Financial ManagementCheck out our Investing Starter Packs about business and financeMI062: Investing in the Oil and Gas Industry w/ Grant Norwood Reed Goossens' book Investing in the USChad Carson's book Retire Early with Real EstateJoe Fairless' book Best Ever Apartment SyndicationAll of Robert's favorite booksSupport our free podcast by supporting our sponsorsSave with a credit union that helps you build financial confidence with Navy Federal Credit UnionStart feeling better with a single message with Talkspace. Match with a licensed therapist and get $100 off your first month with the promo code MIAccess conference calls, investor presentations, transcripts and earnings reports as frictionless as possible with QuartrGet your free copy of The Entrust Group's 5 steps to investing in real estate with a SDIRA todayMake it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with JustworksFollow other investors, discover companies to believe in, invest with any amount of money with Public.com. You'll even get a free slice of stock when you joinRead this episode's transcript and full show notes on our website.Connect with Grant: Website | Instagram | FacebookConnect with Robert: Website | Twitter | Instagram See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Working People
Listener Hang Session #1

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 60:09


We're taking a much-needed break this week, but we'll be back with more worker interviews really soon! To hold y'all over, we're releasing a portion of the amazing group conversation we had on our first ever Working People Listener Hang Session last week. Thank you to everyone who joined us—and if you weren't able to join this time, be sure to call in for our second one next month. If you want to watch the full video version of the Listener Hang Session, go subscribe on Patreon!    Additional links/info below... Working People, "Listener Hang Session #1 (full video version)"  Scott Stump, USA Today, "Nabisco Bakers Across the US Are on Strike, Potentially Disrupting Oreo Supply" Stephen H. Norwood, The Journal of Southern History, "Bogalusa Burning: The War Against Biracial Unionism in the Deep South, 1919" Food Finder website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Strikewave website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Valley Labor Report  YouTube channel, Facebook page, Twitter page, and Patreon The Michigan Robin website and Twitter page Joe Allen, Haymarket Books, The Package King: A Rank and File History of UPS Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might      play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
Pediheart Podcast #176: A Conversation With Pediatric Cardiology Pioneer Dr. Peter Lang

Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 65:18


This week we spend the entire episode speaking with Professor Peter Lang of Harvard University about his rich and long career in pediatric cardiology during one of the most exciting times of the field. Dr. Lang's story includes a virtual who's who of important cardiologists and cardiac surgeons for the past 50 years including Dr. Connie Hayes, Dr. Roberta Williams, Dr. Alexander Nadas, Dr. Richard Van Praagh, Dr. Aldo Castaneda, Dr. Bill Norwood and many, many more. This is a rare opportunity to hear about the development of the Norwood procedure from someone who was at the bedside of the first 30-50 ever performed as well as someone who helped develop the entire field of cardiac critical care. Prepare to be inspired by this towering figure this week.

About Mansfield
AM86 - Alma Martinez and Brenda Norwood Interview

About Mansfield

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 53:24


Stories we're covering this week:• MISD honors Alma Martinez and Charlene McKinzey at school dedication ceremonies• We heard the train a-comin' and, boy, was it big!• COVID-19 continues its increasing local spread In the Features Section:• Science reporter Dennis Webb talks about performing music in space• Health specialist Catrina Brown tells about back-to-school physicals on the Texas Health Tip of the Week• Brian Certain is serving up another original concoction in the Cocktail of the Week We have the seven-day weather forecast plus an interview with educational legends Alma Martinez and Brenda Norwood. And, a little later in the episode you will have a chance to win a $25 gift card to Dirty Job Brewing with our trivia question of the week! We are Mansfield's only source for news, talk and information. This is About Mansfield.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Aug 13 Seg 1: Crossover w/George Norwood

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 12:53


We say goodbye

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
08-10-21 Segment 1 Jay Jr. Brings Heat

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 53:56


Jay Jr. joins us! Jay is summering in Sullivan. Iggy's patio. More details come out about Iggy's Saturday shenanigans'. Merch Sale! 16% off! Use code insideSTL16 at checkout. Iggy and Jackson playing out at Norwood today for media day. Wives are lining up to head to Iggy's patio. Doug's Glue Guzzler joins us to celebrate Iggy. DGG let's us under the hood of his OnlyFans business. Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap. Redbirds.

Twenty & Trying
41. Talking women's health: Twenty and Trying with Jamie Norwood, co-founder of Stix

Twenty & Trying

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 23:02


We've all either had awkward experiences while buying a pregnancy test or know someone who has- in fact, studies show 70% of women report awkward experiences. This week, we are speaking with Jamie Norwood, one of the co-founders behind Stix, a female-founded, no-judgment health brand that sells women's health products including pregnancy tests, fertility trackers, UTI and yeast infection tests, all backed by doctors and OBGYN-approved. The women behind Stix want the individuals who use their products to feel confident with their decisions about their bodies. In this episode, we talk about Stix mission to uplift and empower its customers, the stigma associated with elements of women's health, and Jamie gives us some insight into what it's like creating this female-founded brand in a male-dominated sphere, because yes most companies behind pregnancy tests are owned by men. To learn more about Stix, make sure to visit their website at getstix.co and follow them on Instagram at @GetStix Love our show? Make sure to like, share, and subscribe. Make sure to follow Twenty and Trying on Instagram.

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers
Are James Pierre and Tre Norwood the answers for depth in the Steelers secondary?

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 28:44


Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, breaks down why Steelers fans should be excited about two young defensive backs in James Pierre and Tre Norwood as emerging contributors on defense early in training camp. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales
THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER A SHERLOCK HOLMES ADVENTURE

1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 57:56


Holmes and Watson come to differences with Scotland Yard's LeStrade over who apparently murdered an old builder. Get all of our shows at one website: https://.1001storiespodcast.com REVIEWS NEEDED . My email works as well for comments: 1001storiespodcast@gmail.com SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! https://.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork. Its time I started asking for support! Thank you. Its a few dollars a month OR a one time. (Any amount is appreciated). YOUR REVIEWS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS AT APPLE/ITUNES AND ALL ANDROID HOSTS ARE NEEDED AND APPRECIATED! LINKS BELOW... Open these links to enjoy our shows! APPLE USERS Catch 1001 Heroes on any Apple Device here (Free): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-heroes-legends-histories-mysteries-podcast/id956154836?mt=2  Catch 1001 CLASSIC SHORT STORIES at Apple Podcast App Now: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-classic-short-stories-tales/id1078098622 Catch 1001 Stories for the Road at Apple Podcast now:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-stories-for-the-road/id1227478901 NEW Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-greatest-love-stories/id1485751552 Catch 1001 RADIO DAYS now at Apple iTunes!  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-radio-days/id1405045413?mt=2 NEW 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre is now playing at Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-ghost-stories-tales-of-the-macabre/id1516332327 NEW Enjoy 1001 History's Best Storytellers (Interviews) on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-historys-best-storytellers/id1483649026 NEW Enjoy 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories and The Best of Arthur Conan Doyle https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-sherlock-holmes-stories-best-sir-arthur-conan/id1534427618 ANDROID USERS- 1001 Radio Days right here at Player.fm FREE: https://player.fm/series/1001-radio-days 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales at Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6rzDb5uFdOhfw5X6P5lkWn 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries: https://castbox.fm/channel/1001-Heroes%2C-Legends%2C-Histories-%26-Mysteries-Podcast-id1323418?country=us 1001 Stories for the Road on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-stories-for-the-road Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Stitcher here: ​​https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=479022&refid=stpr.  1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P4hV28LgpG89dRNMfSDKJ 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories (& Tales from Arthur Conan Doyle) https://open.spotify.com/show/4dIgYvBwZVTN5ewF0JPaTK 1001 History's Best Storytellers: (interviews) on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-historys-best-storytellers Catch ALL of our shows at one place by going to https://1001storiespodcast.com- our home website with Megaphone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KOTO Community Radio News
Newscast 7-30-21

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 22:42


- Ika Eden sentenced in Norwood double homicide - Short term rental tax raises funds for housing - Telluride Deputy Marshal represents at Tokyo Olympics

Looking Up
Looking Up: Getting an Early Start to Teach About Infinity... and Beyond

Looking Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 32:00


Venus is often an easy to spot highlight as we get into the dog days of summer, but Deans got a few other lesser profiled happenings and constellations in the late summer skies that are worth pointing your telescope toward to provide tips for. We also dive deep into the mysterious Norwood UFO Report of 1949. Several carnival goers insisted they saw UFO activity happening all over the skies over Norwood, Ohio... but what was it really?We're also excited to welcome host of Infinity and Beyond, a web series from Astronomy Magazine, Abigail Bollenbach (@ABastronomy). Having just finished high school, Abigail has wasted no time pursuing her mission of getting other young people in her generation excited about astronomy and science through her web series and active social media presence.

New Books in Psychology
Robyne Hanley-Dafoe, "Calm Within the Storm: Resiliency for Today, Tomorrow, and Always" (Page Two, 2021)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 68:08


An inspiring new voice in resiliency, Dr. Robyne Hanley-DaFoe believes that our modern conception of resiliency as "fighting" or being "tougher" is misguided. Learning happens when we are able to trust and feel safe; fear and shame are barriers, not facilitators, for authentic growth, acceptance, and change. In Calm Within the Storm: Resiliency for Today, Tomorrow, and Always (Page Two, 2021), Dr. Robyne maps out a kinder approach to taking on the challenges of life and developing authentic self-alignment and balance.By focusing on research-informed, sustainable, and achievable personal development practices, Dr. Robyne presents a new, attainable model for everyday resiliency--one that everyone can use to feel more grounded and capable. She identifies the obstacles that derail us and keep us stuck, and shows us how to enact our resiliency through stories, research, and practical strategies. This book offers a tender, powerful, and achievable path to the everyday resiliency we all need to navigate the uncertainty in our lives. Described as one of the most sought-after, engaging, thought-provoking, and truly transformative international speakers and scholars in her field, Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe is a multi-award-winning education and psychology instructor, author, resiliency expert, and philanthropist. What sets Dr. Robyne apart is how she learned resiliency from the ground up, as a person who has experienced significant obstacles yet forged her come back. Dr. Robyne has over 16 years of university teaching and research experience and brings a refreshing and researched informed perspective to our understanding and practices of resiliency and wellness. Dr. Robyne's work is accessible and relatable while offering practical strategies that are realistic and sustainable. For more information, check out her website. Elizabeth Cronin, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher with offices in Brookline and Norwood, MA. You can follow her on Instagram or visit her website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books Network
Robyne Hanley-Dafoe, "Calm Within the Storm: Resiliency for Today, Tomorrow, and Always" (Page Two, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 68:08


An inspiring new voice in resiliency, Dr. Robyne Hanley-DaFoe believes that our modern conception of resiliency as "fighting" or being "tougher" is misguided. Learning happens when we are able to trust and feel safe; fear and shame are barriers, not facilitators, for authentic growth, acceptance, and change. In Calm Within the Storm: Resiliency for Today, Tomorrow, and Always (Page Two, 2021), Dr. Robyne maps out a kinder approach to taking on the challenges of life and developing authentic self-alignment and balance.By focusing on research-informed, sustainable, and achievable personal development practices, Dr. Robyne presents a new, attainable model for everyday resiliency--one that everyone can use to feel more grounded and capable. She identifies the obstacles that derail us and keep us stuck, and shows us how to enact our resiliency through stories, research, and practical strategies. This book offers a tender, powerful, and achievable path to the everyday resiliency we all need to navigate the uncertainty in our lives. Described as one of the most sought-after, engaging, thought-provoking, and truly transformative international speakers and scholars in her field, Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe is a multi-award-winning education and psychology instructor, author, resiliency expert, and philanthropist. What sets Dr. Robyne apart is how she learned resiliency from the ground up, as a person who has experienced significant obstacles yet forged her come back. Dr. Robyne has over 16 years of university teaching and research experience and brings a refreshing and researched informed perspective to our understanding and practices of resiliency and wellness. Dr. Robyne's work is accessible and relatable while offering practical strategies that are realistic and sustainable. For more information, check out her website. Elizabeth Cronin, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher with offices in Brookline and Norwood, MA. You can follow her on Instagram or visit her website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Jay Pitt
Sonja Norwood on Piff Radio

Jay Pitt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 85:51


Sonja Norwood joins Piff Radio and talks with Jay Pitt and guest co host Javi about surviving 25 years + in the industry. Sonjanorwood.com

1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories & The Best of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER A SHERLOCK HOLMES ADVENTURE

1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories & The Best of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 57:56


Holmes and Watson come to differences with Scotland Yard's LeStrade over who apparently murdered an old builder. Get all of our shows at one website: https://.1001storiespodcast.com REVIEWS NEEDED . My email works as well for comments: 1001storiespodcast@gmail.com SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! https://.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork. Its time I started asking for support! Thank you. Its a few dollars a month OR a one time. (Any amount is appreciated). YOUR REVIEWS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS AT APPLE/ITUNES AND ALL ANDROID HOSTS ARE NEEDED AND APPRECIATED! LINKS BELOW... Open these links to enjoy our shows! APPLE USERS Catch 1001 Heroes on any Apple Device here (Free): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-heroes-legends-histories-mysteries-podcast/id956154836?mt=2  Catch 1001 CLASSIC SHORT STORIES at Apple Podcast App Now: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-classic-short-stories-tales/id1078098622 Catch 1001 Stories for the Road at Apple Podcast now:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-stories-for-the-road/id1227478901 NEW Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-greatest-love-stories/id1485751552 Catch 1001 RADIO DAYS now at Apple iTunes!  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-radio-days/id1405045413?mt=2 NEW 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre is now playing at Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-ghost-stories-tales-of-the-macabre/id1516332327 NEW Enjoy 1001 History's Best Storytellers (Interviews) on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-historys-best-storytellers/id1483649026 NEW Enjoy 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories and The Best of Arthur Conan Doyle https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-sherlock-holmes-stories-best-sir-arthur-conan/id1534427618 ANDROID USERS- 1001 Radio Days right here at Player.fm FREE: https://player.fm/series/1001-radio-days 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales at Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6rzDb5uFdOhfw5X6P5lkWn 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries: https://castbox.fm/channel/1001-Heroes%2C-Legends%2C-Histories-%26-Mysteries-Podcast-id1323418?country=us 1001 Stories for the Road on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-stories-for-the-road Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Stitcher here: ​​https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=479022&refid=stpr.  1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P4hV28LgpG89dRNMfSDKJ 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories (& Tales from Arthur Conan Doyle) https://open.spotify.com/show/4dIgYvBwZVTN5ewF0JPaTK 1001 History's Best Storytellers: (interviews) on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-historys-best-storytellers Catch ALL of our shows at one place by going to https://1001storiespodcast.com- our home website with Megaphone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1152: Mercedes Disappoints With Latest EV Ambition | 23 July 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 25:52


Show #1152.   If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed.   Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Friday 23rd July. It's  Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to.   Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too.   MERCEDES PLANS TO GO ALL-ELECTRIC BY THE END OF THE DECADE   - Daimler said Thursday that its Mercedes-Benz brand would “be ready to go all electric at the end of the decade, where market conditions allow.”   - from 2025 all of Mercedes-Benz' “newly launched vehicle architectures will be electric-only.”   - Daimler explained how it planned to launch three pure-electric architectures that year: MB.EA, which will relate to medium and large passenger cars; AMG.EA, which will focus on performance vehicles; and VAN.EA, for light commercial vehicles and vans. Models based on these platforms will be electric only.   - From 2025 onward, consumers will also have the option of purchasing an “all-electric alternative for every model the company makes.”   - “In total, investments into battery electric vehicles between 2022 and 2030 will amount to over 40 billion euros.”   Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/22/mercedes-plans-to-go-all-electric-by-the-end-of-the-decade.html   MERCEDES ACCELERATES ELECTRIC SHIFT WITH $47 BILLION PUSH   - Mercedes is betting the luxury segment will shift faster toward battery cars than the mass market because of customers' greater purchasing power.   - The company didn't give a concrete date for when it will phase out combustion engines, saying the pace of the shift toward EVs will vary widely across regions. It pledged to be ready to go all-electric by the end of the decade where conditions allow.   - It's flanking the EQS with models including the compact EQA and plans to unveil the electric version of its bestselling E-Class sedan at the Munich auto show in September.   - Mercedes said it expects plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars to account for more than half of global car sales by 2025, five years sooner than the company forecast months ago. By 2039, it aims to turn its new-car fleet carbon-neutral.   Original Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-22/mercedes-vows-to-be-ready-for-car-markets-going-electric-only   MERCEDES-BENZ TO BUILD EIGHT BATTERY FACTORIES   - “We have a very clear plan to rapidly scale BEVs; we want to get on this journey to a BEV (battery electric) only world,” Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz AG CEO Ola Källenius said during a media call after the announcement. “We want to be the people that make that happen, not just let it happen for us and go with the flow, but really taking initiative. And we believe also that the luxury segment, where we belong, has all the hallmarks of being a leading segment for this transition.”   - Thursday it acquired U.K.-based electric motor company YASA, and has determined it will need battery capacity of more than 200 gigawatt hours. To hit meet those needs, Mercedes plans to set up eight battery factories with existing partners and one new partner to produce cells.   - The new plants, which includes one in the United States, four in Europe and three in China, is on top of the company's already planned network of nine factories that will be dedicated to building battery systems.   - The company said it will team up with new European partners to develop and efficiently produce future cells and modules.   - Mercedes said it has partnered with Sila Nano, the Silicon Valley battery materials startup that raised $590 million earlier this year, to help it improve its next generation of batteries. Specifically, Sila Nano is helping Mercedes increase energy density by using silicon-carbon composite in the anode, which should boost range and allow for shorter charging times. Mercedes is also looking into solid-state battery technology.   Original Source : https://techcrunch.com/2021/07/22/mercedes-benz-to-build-eight-battery-factories-in-push-to-become-electric-only-automaker-by-2030   ELECTRIC MERCEDES-BENZ G-CLASS LAUNCHES IN 2024   - Mercedes-Benz will launch a battery-electric version of the iconic G-Class in 2024, the automaker said on Thursday. Confirmation of the electric G-Class, which could go by the name EQG, was made during a presentation outlining Mercedes' plans to transition to a full-electric brand by 2030.   - The big and blocky G-Class will require a substantial kilowatt-hour rating and Mercedes may want to wait until battery technology improves. It isn't clear whether Mercedes will electrify the G-Class platform, or install the G-Class body on one of its electric platforms.   - if you want an electric G-Class today, there's a company in Austria by the name of Kreisel that offers an electric conversion,   Original Source : https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1125923_electric-mercedes-benz-g-class-launches-in-2024   CHINA FRICTIONS STEER ELECTRIC AUTOMAKERS AWAY FROM RARE EARTH MAGNETS   - As tensions mount between China and the United States, automakers in the West are trying to reduce their reliance on a key driver of the electric vehicle revolution - permanent magnets, sometimes smaller than a pack of cards, that power electric engines.Most are made of rare earth metals from China.   - Now manufacturers amounting to nearly half global sales say they are limiting their use, a Reuters analysis found.   - Because some can generate a constant magnetic force, the magnets they make are known as permanent magnets.   - BMW says it has redesigned its EV technology to make up for a lack of rare earths; Renault SA (RENA.PA) has slotted its rare-earth-free Zoe model into a growing niche of small urban cars that do not need extended driving ranges.   - Over the past two decades, Western countries largely withdrew from producing rare earth metals, which involves complex processing and often noxious byproducts. Today, China's dominance runs through the entire production chain.   Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/china-frictions-steer-electric-automakers-away-rare-earth-magnets-2021-07-19/   NEW YORK CITY DOT TO INSTALL 120 CURBSIDE LEVEL 2 CHARGERS   - New York City plans to install its first curbside charging stations by this October. According to The Wall Street Journal, the city's Department of Transportation will install 100 Level 2 charging ports for public use and 20 for the city's vehicle fleet. Public charging will reportedly cost $2.50 per hour during the day and $1 per hour overnight.   - The first of the city's new charging stations has been installed in the Norwood section of the Bronx. The DOT has picked network operator FLO to manage the network under contract with local utility Consolidated Edison.   Original Source : https://chargedevs.com/newswire/new-york-city-dot-to-install-120-curbside-level-2-chargers/   SHELL RECHARGE IS COMING TO WAITROSE   - Shell Recharge has announced plans to build hundreds of electric vehicle charging points at Waitrose stores over the next few years. The supermarket chain specifically plans to host up to 800 charging stations at up to 100 Waitrose stores across the UK by 2025.   - the deal will see Shell Recharge equipping roughly a third of Waitrose locations with EV charging. Each location is expected to have six 22 kW and two 50 kW chargers, making a total 6,400 chargers.   - This will represent the first move from Shell Recharge into destination charging, with customers able to charge their vehicle while shopping.   Original Source : https://www.zap-map.com/shell-recharge-coming-to-waitrose/   TESLA DROPS DOWN THE RANKINGS TO ‘BELOW AVERAGE QUALITY'   - Tesla has dropped to ‘below average quality' while three leading Chinese electric vehicle start-ups are now making ‘top-quality cars' in their respective segments, according to a new survey, ratcheting up pressure on the global leader in the world's largest automotive market.   - Tesla's Model 3 ranked third in the midsize battery electric vehicle (BEV) segment, falling behind BYD Co's Han BEV and Xpeng's P7, according to the JD Power 2021 China New Energy Vehicle Initial Quality Study released on Thursday   - NIO's ES6 now ranks highest in China's luxury BEV segment, the Xpeng's G3 is the best compact BEV while Li Auto's Li One secured the top spot in the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV)   Original Source : https://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/3142148/tesla-drops-down-rankings-below-average-quality-mainland-auto   TESLA RAISES PRICES ON MODEL 3 AND MODEL Y Original Source : https://www.thestreet.com/tesla/news/tesla-raises-prices-on-model-3-and-model-y-jul-22   TESLA PUTS NEW MODEL S DELIVERIES ON HOLD, AND IT'S UNCLEAR WHY Original Source : https://electrek.co/2021/07/23/tesla-puts-new-model-s-deliveries-on-hold/   MERCEDES CHARGING $575 PER YEAR IN GERMANY FOR 10-DEGREE REAR STEERING ON EQS Original Source : https://www.motor1.com/news/521960/mercedes-eqs-rear-wheel-steering   S. KOREA ACCOUNTS FOR ONE-THIRD OF GLOBAL EV BATTERY MARKET IN JAN.-MAY   Original Source : http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20210721000939   100 DAYS TO SAVE THE NEXT 100 YEARS WITH CLIMATE, JOHN KERRY SAYS Original Source : https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/climate-change-100-days-john-kerry-b946792.html   QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM   With chargers still being rolled out, should they automatically stop charging (and should the car release the cable) at 80%?   Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – hello@evnewsdaily.com   It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast.   And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing.   Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid.   PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONALCARCHARGING.COM and ALOHACHARGE.COM DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ 

KOTO Community Radio News
Newscast 7-19-21

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 19:08


- Telski looks at housing - Norwood plans for trails and open space - EPA answers tailings removal questions

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
A Construction Accident At An Apartment Complex In Norwood Leaves 3 Injured

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 1:06


Thee people are seriously injured after a construction accident at Windsor Garden apartment complex in Norwood.

Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal
Ep256: Dave Norwood (The Gary)

Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 134:04


Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal

Engaging Voices Podcast
Writing with Candor with Beth Knaus

Engaging Voices Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 42:56


You want to get people to think and react. You want to say things that are provocative so you can open people's minds. - Beth Knaus Meet Beth Knaus - Copywriter Beth Knaus is a content writer, workshop leader and owner of That's A Spade Copywriting Services (www.thatsaspade.com). Her initial background is in business and the beauty industry, giving her the ability to get things done and look good doing it. She has been writing since before the millennium was a thing, from teenage angsty poetry to published stories and essays. As a writer she's passionate about writing content that nails her client's voice to the page with candor and confidence so they can stand out from the masses and attract the audience they want to make money serving. Beth is also a Pepperlane networking leader, and an active member at the WeBreathe Wellness Center in Walpole, where she holds creative writing classes. Now partial empty nesters, she lives in Norwood, Ma. with her awesome husband and their chubby spoiled cat. In her free time she likes to read, cook and laugh. A lot. Her personal short stories have been published online and in print. Stacey & Beth talk about... Playing it safe in your writing, sounding the same or standing out (3:10) Writing formalities that keep people stuck in a sea of sameness (8:30) How to deal with the fear of standing out (11:50) Difference between writing an elevator speech (that is spoken) vs written post (may never get spoken) (14:30) Importance of hiring an outside writer to hear what we say over and over again. (18:18) Free writing as a practice (25:50) Honoring our originality vs conforming to what others think (30:00) You think I'm too much for you. But maybe you're not enough for me. - Beth Knaus

Talking Out Your Glass podcast

Norwood Viviano: Understanding Our Place in Time Using tools of mapping and materials of industry Norwood Viviano makes installations and sculptures that consider various social and environmental factors leading to population changes in American cities. His most recent series, Re-Cast Cities, continues his exploration of the cross-sections of geography, cartography and history, merging urban landscapes with the symbols of industry that have fueled their booms, busts and builds.  Heller Gallery's March 2021 Re-Cast Cities exhibition documented the first eight pieces made in this series focusing on Detroit, Houston, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, (OR), Toledo and White Mills, (PA). Curator and writer Sarah Darro called the project “a radical reconsideration of cartography that inflects Viviano's ongoing analysis of the rise and fall of American manufacturing with an experimental energy geared towards the future.”   Viviano received a BFA from Alfred University and an MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. His work is represented in the collections of major museums in the US, Europe and Asia. His work has been shown at the Venice Architectural Biennale (2014), Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX (2013); Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2015), Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park (2016), Bellevue Art Museum (2016), Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (2016), MOCA Jacksonville (2017), Boise Art Museum (2018) as well as at Stanze de Vetro in Venice, Italy (2020). Recent solo exhibitions include Grand Rapids Art Museum in Grand Rapids, MI (2015); Heller Gallery, New York, NY (2011, 2014, 2018 and 2021); Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk VA (2016) and Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG), Corning, NY (2017-18). Viviano is an associate professor and sculpture program coordinator at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Awards and residencies include the 2019 Corning Museum of Glass, David Whitehouse Research Residency for Artists; visiting artist residencies in 2017 and 2010 at Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA; inclusion in CMOG's New Glass Review #16, #22, #33, #36, and #38; a 2016 fellowship at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center – Creative Glass Center of America, Millville, NJ; the 2014 Pilchuck Glass School John H. Hauberg Fellowship; the Venice Biennale, Best Exhibition Award, from Global Art Affairs Foundation; and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence, GVSU, Catalyst Grant for Research and Creativity. The result of Viviano's 2017 Visiting Artist Residency at the Museum of Glass, Cities Underwater focused attention from population and cartographic shifts of the past to the future. The artist conceived the project to visualize the dramatic loss of land predicted to occur in the next 500 years in areas that some 127 million Americans call home. The adaptation needed to mitigate the impending changes that will affect our lives, history and culture is massive. The Cities Underwater work is aimed at keeping this conversation alive and not forgoing it for short-term convenience or gain. The installation was comprised of 16 sets of nesting glass cylinders, which represent 16 coastal cities in the United States. Using existing LiDAR data and scientific projections, Viviano showed the projected loss of land mass due to sea level rise in Boston, Galveston, Miami Beach, Miami, Mobile, New Orleans, Newark, New York, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Sacramento, San Francisco, Savannah, Seattle, St. Petersburg and Tacoma. Each set was accompanied by vinyl cut drawings and animation, which provided additional data. For Mining Industries, Viviano utilized digital 3D computer modeling and printing technology in tandem with glass blowing and casting processes to create work depicting population shifts tied to the dynamic between industry and community. By showing how landscapes and populations move and are modified as a result of industry, his work creates a 3D lens to view that which is invisible or forgotten. His use of blown glass forms and vinyl cut drawings are micro-models of macro changes at the regional, national, and international level.  Viviano says: “I find myself looking at the world as a surveyor – telling stories through objects. Stepping back and researching how pieces fit together gives me the opportunity to consider the impact of the component parts. Conversations with specialists in a range of disciplines — historians, urban planners, demographers, climate scientists and statisticians — deepen my engagement with the subject matter and the complexity of my work. My artistic intention is to better understand our place in time by focusing on land use through pictorial imagery and on industrial growth and decline through population studies that also ask questions about the present and future of communities. My installations and objects encourage individuals to make connections and ask questions about the interconnectivity between their and other communities.  He continues: “My material choice of glass is meant to demonstrate the fragility of populations. I hope my work asks people to examine their own histories of migration, from personal and communal standpoints, just as it continues to help me navigate and explore my own.”   Viviano will teach a one-week 3D printing and mold making workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO, July 19-23, 2021. For more information andersonranch.org  

New Books Network
Leigh Burrows, "Empowering Mindfulness for Women" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 66:38


Empowering Mindfulness for Women (Routledge, 2021) is centered around a a 5-day intensive mindfulness course attended by eight women from different backgrounds. The reader is invited to imagine they are actively participating in the teaching and learning moments and turning points encountered in teaching and learning mindfulness around themes such as making space for mindfulness, safeguarding mindfulness for women, engendering mindfulness, mindfulness dreaming and a mandala of wisdoms. Evocative accounts of experience bring to life the women's growing awareness that mindfulness can be both a separate practice and a natural part of life and that it can help them to nurture what they have neglected in themselves by not tapping into the full spectrum of their experience. Each chapter provides useful follow-up activities and questions for individual or group reflection, journaling, sharing and conversation. Empowering Mindfulness for Women is aimed at those who teach mindfulness to women in educational, community or clinical settings and at women who want to learn mindfulness in a manner that positions them as experts in their own learning. Dr. Leigh Borrows is Senior Lecturer at the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University. She has been teaching, researching and publishing on mindfulness for over a decade, but believes she was practicing mindfulness from a young age without realizing it. She has a particular interest in assisting women and men to access the empowering potential of a ‘full spectrum' of mindfulness possibilities rather than being locked into limiting binaries of ‘masculine-feminine', ‘east-west', ‘spirit-nature', mind-body and ‘active-passive'. For more information you can access Dr. Burrow's profile at Flinders University. You can also read her blog by visiting mindfulness-dreaming.net. Elizabeth Cronin, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher with offices in Brookline and Norwood, MA. You can follow her on Instagram or visit her website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Gender Studies
Leigh Burrows, "Empowering Mindfulness for Women" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 66:38


Empowering Mindfulness for Women (Routledge, 2021) is centered around a a 5-day intensive mindfulness course attended by eight women from different backgrounds. The reader is invited to imagine they are actively participating in the teaching and learning moments and turning points encountered in teaching and learning mindfulness around themes such as making space for mindfulness, safeguarding mindfulness for women, engendering mindfulness, mindfulness dreaming and a mandala of wisdoms. Evocative accounts of experience bring to life the women's growing awareness that mindfulness can be both a separate practice and a natural part of life and that it can help them to nurture what they have neglected in themselves by not tapping into the full spectrum of their experience. Each chapter provides useful follow-up activities and questions for individual or group reflection, journaling, sharing and conversation. Empowering Mindfulness for Women is aimed at those who teach mindfulness to women in educational, community or clinical settings and at women who want to learn mindfulness in a manner that positions them as experts in their own learning. Dr. Leigh Borrows is Senior Lecturer at the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University. She has been teaching, researching and publishing on mindfulness for over a decade, but believes she was practicing mindfulness from a young age without realizing it. She has a particular interest in assisting women and men to access the empowering potential of a ‘full spectrum' of mindfulness possibilities rather than being locked into limiting binaries of ‘masculine-feminine', ‘east-west', ‘spirit-nature', mind-body and ‘active-passive'. For more information you can access Dr. Burrow's profile at Flinders University. You can also read her blog by visiting mindfulness-dreaming.net. Elizabeth Cronin, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher with offices in Brookline and Norwood, MA. You can follow her on Instagram or visit her website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in Psychology
Leigh Burrows, "Empowering Mindfulness for Women" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 66:38


Empowering Mindfulness for Women (Routledge, 2021) is centered around a a 5-day intensive mindfulness course attended by eight women from different backgrounds. The reader is invited to imagine they are actively participating in the teaching and learning moments and turning points encountered in teaching and learning mindfulness around themes such as making space for mindfulness, safeguarding mindfulness for women, engendering mindfulness, mindfulness dreaming and a mandala of wisdoms. Evocative accounts of experience bring to life the women's growing awareness that mindfulness can be both a separate practice and a natural part of life and that it can help them to nurture what they have neglected in themselves by not tapping into the full spectrum of their experience. Each chapter provides useful follow-up activities and questions for individual or group reflection, journaling, sharing and conversation. Empowering Mindfulness for Women is aimed at those who teach mindfulness to women in educational, community or clinical settings and at women who want to learn mindfulness in a manner that positions them as experts in their own learning. Dr. Leigh Borrows is Senior Lecturer at the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University. She has been teaching, researching and publishing on mindfulness for over a decade, but believes she was practicing mindfulness from a young age without realizing it. She has a particular interest in assisting women and men to access the empowering potential of a ‘full spectrum' of mindfulness possibilities rather than being locked into limiting binaries of ‘masculine-feminine', ‘east-west', ‘spirit-nature', mind-body and ‘active-passive'. For more information you can access Dr. Burrow's profile at Flinders University. You can also read her blog by visiting mindfulness-dreaming.net. Elizabeth Cronin, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher with offices in Brookline and Norwood, MA. You can follow her on Instagram or visit her website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

Loren and Wally Podcast
Supah Smaht in 60! 7/6 8:05 am - The ROR Morning Show Podcast

Loren and Wally Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 5:19


We play every morning at 8:05 am. Today's player was Amy from Norwood! Was she Supah Smaht today? Think you're Supah Smaht? Sign up here to play! https://wror.com/contests/supah/ All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Business Secrets
Episode 265: Will Smith, GM of Norwood Flames

Sports Business Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 42:18


Today we talk with Will Smith, GM of the Norwood Flames in Australia's NBL1. Will gives us a breakdown of the Australian pro market, the style of play in the league and how he wants to improve Australian hoops!

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Group Rallies To Rebuild Norwood Hospital A Year After Flood

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 0:43


fireengineering
Machinery Rescue

fireengineering

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 76:00


Frank Ricci and P.J. Norwood talk with their guests about machinery rescue from training to a breakdown of a recent rescue. They also cover the advantage of having career firefighters giving back to their volunteer departments they came from and the impact of that experience on the fireground. Sponsored by the TenCate Made for Life podcast: https://us.tencatefabrics.com/podcast/

KOTO Community Radio News
Newscast 6-25-21

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 23:25


- Ika Eden found guilty in Norwood homicide - Mountain Village looks to encourage deed restriction - Listening Club gets Déjà Vu

KOTO Community Radio News
Newscast 6-24-21

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 21:12


- Delta variant increases need for vaccination - Norwood welcomes new Chief Marshal - Heritage Stories highlights community member

Alcoholic Adventure Cabal
Aacia-043-[DCC]-Duck

Alcoholic Adventure Cabal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 112:48


Our fearsome party continues to make their way through the mines of level 2, and more troubles appear. Norwood uses magic to save the day! Players: Medicine Man , Dr. G, Rocket Man, Ty, Gersh, and Sexy Rexy GM: Duck

Moontower Business
Episode 74: Tyler Norwood, Co-Founder of Pinthouse Pizza

Moontower Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 30:54


Episode 74 features a great conversation with Tyler Norwood, Co-Founder of Pinthouse Pizza. Tyler talks about how he and his co-founders came up with the vision for Pinthouse Pizza, how they have grown it over the years, and the success of their brewery. Learn more about Pinthouse Pizza at http://www.pinthousepizza.com. Go visit them and grab a slice and a beer. Great place! Podcast music by www.bensound.com

Dish Nation
196: 05/31/21 - #Throwbacktea! Brandy & Ray J's Mom Sonja Norwood Sued The Kardashians For Spending $120K On Her Credit Card

Dish Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 20:00


Today we're honoring Memorial Day! Plus, Lizzo slides into Chris Evan's DMs, Justin Bieber spills the tea on his rocky first year of marriage, and did Brandy and Ray J's mom sue the Kardashians? We've got all the tea on today's Dish Nation so tune in!

By George Podcast – By George
Expat Hoops- Gabe Norwood

By George Podcast – By George

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021


By George Podcasting presents: Gabe Norwood comes on the pod to talk to us about his long career in the Philippines after his years at Mason came to a close in 2008. Please subscribe to our Youtube channel, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, as well as listening to our podcasts on your favorite platform. The post Expat Hoops- Gabe Norwood appeared first on By George.