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We catch up with Justin after a very successful semifinal season, what are his thoughts on the semis and what can we look for from his athletes headed into the Games. We talk Bron, Bayle, Alex, Alison, Sara and Carson plus so much more.
The Great Shark Snapshot is back for its second year. Divers and snorkelers are asked to record all their sightings of sharks and rays in the Shark Trust Shark Log. This event runs from July 22 -30, 2023. Last year over 200 divers from 14 countries provided 1800 entries into the log. It has been 50 years since scientist first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch 600 miles northeast of Hawaii. It has grown to 1.6 million square miles - two times the size of Texas. Divers Alert Network and PADI conducted a day-long Safety Seminar for the Dive Community at PADI HQ in CA. The seminar featured a number of short presentations along with in-water demonstrations. The event was open to PADI Club members and dive instructors. Aggressor Adventures is now offering a consumer protection program StormCheck for missed days of diving due to named tropical storms. If you diving or charter is impacted by a named storm, you will get a voucher for the missed days. Commentary Recently Aqualung has announced that they will return to the DEMA Show in 2023. This is very welcome news as in the past several years, major scuba equipment manufacturers have not attended. DEMA Show is our big opportunity to interact with various exhibitors, evaluate product, engage in dialog and make future purchasing decisions. It is vital to a health dive industry. I commend Aqualung on this decision and hope that other big players come to the same realization. This trade show matters. Oceana recently published a report titled A Simple Solution - How President Biden can meet offshore clean energy goals and prevent new offshore drilling. Here are their four recommendations. President Biden must uphold his promise to end new offshore oil and gas leasing in his 5-year plan. Use his authority under section 12c to permanently protect areas from new offshore drilling Congress must pass legislation to reverse the linking of offshore wind leases to offshore oil and gas leases BSEE must seek transformative changes to oil and gas safety culture through inspection and enforcement and reduce the reliance on industry-written standards.
Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show
Hugo Tagholm, Environmentalist, Speaker, Campaigner, Surfer, Executive Director and Vice President of Oceana in the UK. Committed to protecting and restoring the world's oceans, Oceana is a global organization dedicated to this cause. Prior to his current role, Hugo led the charity Surfers Against Sewage, where he took action from the beach front to Parliament, securing crucial government legislation across 4 environmental pillars: plastic pollution, water quality, climate change, and rewilding the ocean.A captivating speaker, Hugo has delivered speeches at prominent venues worldwide, including the House of Commons, the Cambridge Institute of Sustainable Leadership, and the UN Ocean Conference where we met in Lisbon last year. Hugo gives us the lowdown about his new role at Oceana, what campaigns they have in store, being a board member of Save The Waves Collation, what surfing means to him and so much more! You can follow what Hugo is up to on Instagram @Hugotagholm and be sure to check out the Oceana website oceana.orgLike what you hear? Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Chris Berkard, Stacy Peralta, Chad Nelsen, Gerry Lopez. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening & keep it rad!
Tuna is a big predator and consumes a wide variety of other fish, making it a vital component of the sea ecosystems. It's also one of the most expensive fish on the planet. Yet tuna is also an affordable and widely-available source of protein around the world, and herein lies the problem. Can fishing Tuna ever be sustainable? Which guidelines can we follow to buy the Tuna Fish with the least impact? Is Tuna a healthy food? And most of all, can we still eat Tuna? Guests: Jack Coulton, communication & events at Slow Food International; Alison Laurie Neilson, Researcher at Interdisciplinary Centre for Social Sciences, CICS.NOVA at the NOVA University of Lisbon; Andrea Devecchi, dietist and researcher at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, Italy. Host & production: Valentina Gritti Music: Leonardo Prieto Dorantes Useful resources: Oceana study on Tuna fraud: https://oceana.org/reports/oceana-study-reveals-seafood-fraud-nationwide/ Article by The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/shortcuts/2016/jul/27/is-there-any-tuna-thats-to-eat-tesco Guide on how to buy Tuna: https://theconversation.com/sustainable-shopping-how-to-buy-tuna-without-biting-a-chunk-out-of-the-oceans-86229 Alison's book "A sea full of life: visions from the Azores" https://nineislands.wordpress.com A project by Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN)
Oceana Wardlaw Martin Snead, called Ocey by her family, was a young woman, an excellent student and well liked by the whole community. When she fell ill, everybody worried about her. Well, maybe not everybody! It was her own family who had sinister plans for the young mother of two, who died in 1909.
In 2020, the UK government committed to protecting at least 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030. Step seven years into the future with Gaia. The UK has achieved its biodiversity goal, but what does wild Britain look like? Richard Benwell, CEO of wildlife and Countryside Link, Meredith Whitten, a researcher and urban environment planner at LSE, Hugo Tagholm, CEO of Oceana and George Monbiot, an environmental writer whose book Regenesis explores sustainable agriculture, describe this radical new world. Presenter: Gaia Vince Producer: Harrison Lewis
Sam Waterston, award-winning actor in theater, film and television, has also been Chair of the Board of Oceana since 2001. Oceana is the largest global advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the world's oceans. He will discuss the state of the world's oceans and various efforts to make them healthier and more abundant when he speaks at the Salisbury Forum in a talk entitled "A Plan of Action to Save Our Oceans and Climate" on Friday, June 2, at the Housatonic Valley Regional High School at 7:30 p.m.
First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross
The Blue Zones Projects helps Jax get healthy; Asian hate is rising; we pick a new book for book club; Taverna Oceana opens in San Marco Square.
Pain sucks. Chronic pain sucks even more. And for many stroke survivors, this is now their life. Actress, artist, documentarian, and stroke survivor Maggie Whittum explored the world of chronic pain with us in episode 38 and with Barbie dolls filled with nails or covered in suffocating clay. Other survivors have talked about living with pain, even when there is nothing "wrong" with the limb. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Maggie Whittum (@maggiewhittum) //www.instagram.com/embed.js And once you've lived with pain for several months you don't become accustomed to it. In fact, the nervous system increases your response to pain. So what's going on here? The brain damage from stroke drives chronic pain in many survivors through a perfect storm of symptoms: Decrease in sensory filtering Increase in sensitivity Homuncular changes in the mind-body connection In this conversation, Physiotherapist and pain specialist Brendon Haslam joins us to talk about the nature of post stroke pain, how clinicians may treat it, why some medication work while others don't, and how, after stroke, we may no longer know just how big or small our hand is. If you don't see the audio player below, visit the original article page here. Click here for an AI-generated transcript Who is Brendon Haslam? Brendon is a physiotherapist and current PhD candidate with the University of Melbourne. Brendon has a particular interest in pain following stroke, and his PhD is focusing on identifying contributions to upper limb pain in stroke, and understanding possible neural networks involved in the pain experience. The aim of this research is to increase understanding of pain following stroke, and subsequently develop effective interventions to manage the significant problem of chronic pain in stroke. What is chronic pain? Once someone experiences a pain for 3 months, it's considered chronic pain. The nature of chronic pain after stroke goes deeper, though. For one thing, we normally think of pain as resulting from tissue damage or injury. While sometimes joint injury, shoulder subluxation, tendonitis, and other conditions may be a factor, they don't tell the whole story. For example, lightly touching an affected limb may be extremely painful. Applying the exact same stimulus to and unaffected limb and an affected limb may feel like nothing on one side and extremely painful on the other, even if there is no physical difference in the stimuli. A stroke affected limb may just hurt for no obvious reason. And that can be what the survivor just has to live with. Over the last 20-25 years, as Brendon explains, our understanding of pain has evolved quite a bit. We no longer think of it as coming from specific pain receptors. Rather, it a broader sense of safety or danger to the body. And the more someone lives with chronic pain, the more sensitive the nerves at the spine will become to those sensations. Rather than learning to ignore the pain, we can become even more sensitive to it. One of the biggest challenges with stroke recovery is how the brain sometimes loses the ability to inhibit or disregard signals and data. In the case of chronic pain, the brain fails to disregard those signals as the spinal cord in effect raises the volume. In the case of tone and spasticity, as we learned from Dr. Wayne Feng, the brain loses the ability to inhibit signals from the spine to the affected limbs that drive tone. For some survivors, like artist Seth Ian Shearer and NeuroNerd Joe Borges, the stroke reduced the ability of their brains to filter out or inhibit external sensory input. The go out and about with sunglasses and earphones to navigate the world. Stroke is as much about the brain no longer stopping things as it is about the brain no longer being able to do things. And chronic pain falls right into these challenges. The Study I wanted to speak with Brendon after reading a study published in the journal Brain Sciences called “My Hand Is Different”: Altered Body Perception in Stroke Survivors with Chronic Pain. It's a fascinating look at how stroke survivors with chronic pain develop a false image of the affected hand. Our results support the hypothesis that individuals with sub-acute and chronic stroke who experience chronic pain are more likely to report changes in body perception (as indicated by presence of alterations in perceived hand size) than those without pain. Further, the frequency of altered body perception of the hand, and strength of the association were greater when the region included the hand. We've talked about the homunculus in previous episodes, and you can read more about the idea of the homunculus in this Strokecast article. Basically, the homunculus is a representation of the amount of neuronal real estate taken up by different body parts based on how much we use them and how we use them. For example, the thumb will occupy more space in the brain that the elbow. After stroke, our homunculus can undergo changes based on the injury and our new use patterns for our body. And among those changes are how we feel pain. This study provides useful information in understanding that those changes take place. It reinforces the idea that pain is related to homuncular perceptions. And it further supports the perfect storm of chronic pain causes that we discussed in the episode. Hack of the Week Brendon's hack is to get into meaningful activities that bring you joy. Sort of like how Tawnie in the previous episode got into Mermaiding. There are lots of reasons to focus on activities like this -- whether that's volunteering in a community, playing a sport, creating art, developing a podcast or something else. Doing something deliberate and planning it gives us something to look forward to. Having a reason to get out of bed is super important, not only for stroke recovery, but for life in general. Making progress, striving, or even just doing something to improve your life and mood -- to bring joy is a powerful motivator to keep going. And for some folks, that means to just get to the next day. For other folks it's a way to change the world. Pursuing activities that bring genuine joy is a good thing in and of itself. But as Brendon points out, it has biological implications, too. It opens the proverbial "drug cabinet" in our brains to drive increased dopamine. This drives learning, which is the essence of stroke recovery -- teaching the brain to do the functions the dead brain cells used to do. Dopamine also drives the production of Gaba. And Gaba works to turn down the body's sensitivity to irrelevant information. Essentially, it helps the body inhibit some of the sensations that cause problems after stroke. Pursuing activities that drive joy addresses the challenges of stroke on multiple levels. Links Where do we go from here? To learn more about Brendon and see more of his research, visit his profile here. Share this episode with someone you know by giving the, the link http://Strokecast.com/pain. Subscribe to the Strokecast newsletter for periodic updates. Don't get best…get better More thoughts from Brendon
Thanks to Oceana and Leo for suggesting this week's episode about the javelina! We'll even learn about a mystery peccary too. Further reading: New Species of Peccary--Pig-Like Animal--Discovered in Amazon Region A javelina, also called the collared peccary [By Wing-Chi Poon - Own work by uploader; at Cottonwood Campground, Big Bend National Park, Texas, USA, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4394434]: Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I'm your host, Kate Shaw. This week we have a suggestion by Oceana and Leo, the javelina! It's an animal native to the Americas, also called the collared peccary. We're going to learn about it and its close relations, including a mystery animal. The javelina is in the family Tayassuidae, called the New World pigs. The rest of the world's pigs, including the warthog and the babirusa and the domestic pig, belong to the family Suidae. While the two families are related, the ancestors of the New World pigs, or peccaries, split off from the ancestors of other pigs around 40 million years ago and they've been evolving separately for all that time. Peccaries live throughout almost all of Central and South America up to southwestern North America and some of the Caribbean islands. All peccaries look like little hairy pigs, including a flat-ended pig snout that it uses to root in the ground, small eyes, short tusks, slender legs with cloven hooves, and a thin little tail. It's relatively small compared to domestic pigs, about the size of a big dog at most, and is covered with a thick coat of bristly hair. When it's angry or frightened, it can raise the bristles along its back to make it look larger. It also has scent glands that give off a pungent smell, which is how members of the same herd recognize each other, since peccaries have poor eyesight. Peccaries mostly eat plant material, but they're omnivores and will eat meat when they find it, from insects and grubs to frogs and even carrion. Because they root around in the ground and leaf litter, they stir up nutrients in a way that benefits other animals and the environment in general. In the case of the javelina, also called the collared peccary, musk hog, or skunk pig, it's sometimes considered a pest since it will root up people's flowerbeds and gardens. But the javelina doesn't know the difference between a garden and a not-garden. It just wants to find some tasty grubs and roots. Peccaries are social animals that usually live in small herds. The white-lipped peccary is widespread in the forests of Central and South America, and sometimes lives in herds of 300 animals or more, even as many as 2,000 according to some reports. It requires an enormous range as a result, and travels a lot of the day to find new areas to forage. It's threatened by habitat loss, mostly deforestation. Like other peccaries, it smells sort of skunky and can be aggressive if threatened. It eats a lot of fruit in addition to other plant material, and because it has stronger jaws than the javelina, it can eat seeds and nuts that the javelina can't, so the two species can coexist in the same environment without competing for the same food sources. Until 1972, the Chacoan peccary was only known from some fossils found in 1930. Not only did scientists think it was extinct, they thought it had been extinct for a long time. But in the early 1970s, rumors about a new peccary species started to circulate. A team of biologists followed up with locals and discovered the peccary living in a small area of South America called Chaco. Surprise! New peccary just dropped. The Chacoan peccary, also known as the tagua, looks a lot like a javelina although it doesn't have a dew claw on its hind feet. It has a tough snout and brown and gray bristles, with white on its shoulders and around its mouth. It lives in small bands of around a dozen individuals that roam across a large range,
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Bay Native Circle 03-29-2023 This transcript was edited and proofed for accuracy, made with the help of the built-in transcription & dictation feature in Microsoft Word. If you find any errors in this transcription, please feel free to leave us a message in the comments. You can listen to the episode on this page, or go here https://archives.kpfa.org/data/20230329-Wed1900.mp3 to download. 00:00:00 00:00:45 Tony Gonzales Anpetu Thayetu Waste Mitakuyapi – Good Evening Relatives & Welcome to Bay Native Circle here on KPFA & online at KPFA.org. This is Tony Gonzales your host Tonight, March 29th & this evening we will be speaking with Kenny Barrios of Tachi [Southern Valley Yokuts] Peoples of the San Joaquin Valley, south of Fresno out in Akron area. Kenny will talk to us about the floods & all the waters are feeding into the San Joaquin Valley into what was once Tulare. Lake Tulare had disappeared over the decades because of the damming of the four major rivers, in the Corcoran area. [Lake Tulare] is now reappearing, true to form, with all the water draining over the sidewalk canals, levees & waterways—now refilling Tulare Lake. So, Kenny will talk to us from his point of view & give us a little history of his people around that Lake [& their relocation]. [Kenny] will sing us a song of his people's ancient song of this Western Hemisphere my relatives, I hope you will appreciate. We will [also] be speaking with Jean Roach. Many of, you know, over the years, she's a longtime friend & supporter of Leonard Peltier [the] political prisoner—now, going on 48 years for a crime he did not commit. Jean Roach was at that firefight, that historic day back on June 26th, 1975, when three men were shot & killed two FBI agents Joe Stuntz was also among those killed. & by the way, an investigation on his death has not been initiated, nor concluded by the Department of Justice. Jean will talk to us about Leonard, Peltier, and all the various campaigns. Most importantly, [Jean will talk about] going to the United Nations, this April 17th through 28th, to attend the 22nd session of the Permanent Forum on indigenous history. So I'll be sharing some of that history of the international arena with Jean [&] the impact of indigenous peoples of the world, on the United Nations Arena goes back, a hundred years now—[since] nineteen twenty-three, my relatives [when we] went for the first time, [when] Chief Deskaheh of the Cayuga Nation of the Iroquois [Haudenosaunee] Confederacy appeared in Geneva & [addressed] the League of Nations to tell them about the environment, & pollution. He went with his Wampum to talk about honoring treaties & many of the issues that are still relevant…today, [such as] protecting sacred sites. But this is a milestone in international indigenous development & we will be attending that permanent forum—& Jean, & her delegate advocates will be among them. [Jean will] share a bit of history with us, my relatives. But before we do that, I just wanted to express some concerns. Indian People all across the country [ha] gotten attention when President Joe Biden broke another campaign promise. & that is with the opening [of] northeastern Alaska for the Willow Project. & this Willow Project is to open up gas & oil drilling in that region. Formerly President Trump had opened up for leasing during his term & when President Biden came on board, he suspended it. But evidently [Biden is] backpedaling & now he's opened up that region much to the consternation of Indian Peoples on both sides of that slope. & I'm talking about the NPR or the Northern Petroleum region and how that could be a major concern to the kitchen and other traditional peoples. On the Western Slope with reference to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. That is where the Caribou [are], 300,000 Caribou my relatives, in that Northern Region way up there. The porcupine caribou needs the protection of the traditional people & for us to help them in that protection. So there's a lot to be said, so I will try & get a story for you on that perhaps next week or as soon as possible to see how you can help. That's the Conico drilling company in Alaska who will be doing some of that [drilling]. There is projected like six hundred million gallons of oil per year will be extracted from there. So, there's much concern on how they just might begin to overlap into sacred ground of the porcupine caribou—referred to as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or the ANWR, my relatives; that drilling would be in that North Slope area. Now, we need to be considering how to hold President Biden accountable and what is to be done & will there be some any lawsuits where legal challenges are ahead? This is the concern that seemed to be popping up & we'll try & tell that story to my relatives. But also, I just wanted to say that Morning Star. Gali—she's our co-host here on Bay Native Circle, as we rotate during the month & has a show with us—she's now…the new vice-president… [for the] Pit River Tribe, where she's been the preservation officer for many years. Well, now she is the vice chairperson of Pit River Tribe up there in Northern California. So that is terrific. Will be hearing some good news from her & her tribe as we move forward. All right, let's go into that interview with Kenny Barrios…of the Tachi Indian peoples & [talk about] the work that he's doing & bringing us the insights of the lake that once was Tulare Lake and is now once again. &…on the line I've invited the Kenny Barrios [who] lives out there in the central San Joaquin Valley & out there in the Corcoran area. Kennedy, I've invited you to talk to us here on Bay Native Circle…about the weather conditions in the San Joaquin Valley. & we've been hearing a lot about flooding of course & out on the West Coast, a lot of news & concern for the people there and in Pajaro. But in the central San Joaquin Valley, the weather conditions are such that people are in need as well. Can you introduce yourself & describe the people that you're working with please? 00:07:40 Kenny Barrios So, my name is Kenny Barrios. I'm a Tachi Yokut Tribal Member from the Central Valley. We're the people of Tulare Lake. We're the Mud Duck People, so…you see we the people of Tulare Lake. Our Tribe originated around the lake. 00:07:52 Tony Gonzales Tulare Lake was a big majestic freshwater lake. It was considered the largest west of the Mississippi, Kenny & over the decades, over the century that is. [With] the dams that have been built there on the Sierra Nevada's out in your area…with all this rain, a lot of water [had] nowhere else to go—but it seems like it's naturally flowing into what was Tulare Lake and is today. [Kenny] tell us about the conditions in your particular community. 00:08:30 Kenny Barrios So, we'll go back to when it first started when we were getting all that rain. So, our sister Tribe—Tule River Tribe, took a big hit. A lot of flash floods throughout their tribe & they washed away the roadway & everything & then it started trickling down to the to the city. Yeah, our sister tribe, they took a really big hit [from the storm] They're good now, you know, they're back to working & everything. The conditions of the, the roadways & everything have been really bad, so [the Tule River Tribe] lost a lot of their back roads, [became] submerged underwater to back to its original place of Tulare Lake. The so where? Where [my tribe is] right now, we're like 15 miles away from the water to where the water is starting right now. But eventually, when all the water is done, we should be at least 10 miles away. You know the lake gets pretty big. It is the largest freshwater lake, West of Mississippi. That's 75 miles long & 45 miles away. We went from the great the base of the Grapevine, all the way up to the town of Lemoore & went from Corcoran all the way to Kettleman City. It is a big fresh body, and there were stories of when they were taking the lake down. They had so many fish in there…fish hatcheries that were around here until the lake was gone. 00:10:16 Tony Gonzales OK, can you tell us if you are in Corcoran proper or an outlining incorporated [area]? 00:10:30 Kenny Barrios So, we are like 10 miles away from Corcoran & it's just a little bitty town. But the town is like, right on the edge of the shore of the Tulare. So once all the water comes, it passes right by Corcoran, & so Corcoran is taking a big hit of it right now. The Corcoran Prison is right next to it. They just showed another picture of the water, & they showed the I5 & it is big ready [to flood more] & there's a lot of snow. Still in the mountain river, a lot of water is still coming down. We're not done raining yet, you know? So that's all these years that they were hiding the water, taking it away from the land & letting everybody in the valley suffer with no water. It's all coming back all at once & now it's going to be where you can't control it. You can't control what you thought you could control. It's coming back to Mother Nature, you know, mother nature's going to let you know who's really in charge. This is her land, that this is created around. This is indigenous peoples land, this land right here. [Our land] speaks, this land is alive, this land & that lake have been asleep. It wasn't gone, they tried to make it a memory, it is not a memory. It is alive & so itself again, just like that. 00:11:49 Tony Gonzales Is it just your [personal] tribal community that you are working with? Is that the Tulare [River] Reservation you're working at or? 00:12:02 Kenny Barrios No, I work. I work at Tachi Yokut tribe. So, Tachi Yokut Tribe, we are the sister tribe of the Tule River [Tribe]. So, like I said, we're the Mud Duck People, we're the people from Tulare Lake. So, there's five original tribes around the lake. There is the Tachi & the Nutunutu, Wo'lasi the Wowol and I think the Wo'noche (Wo'noche may be misspelled. If you know the proper spelling, please contact us) they were all they were all the five tribes that were around the lake. 00:12:31 Tony Gonzales I understand though, when Tulare Lake was in its full development, you know, as a water body & that there are well over 30[to]50 Indigenous [tribes around the lake]. Your peoples…got relocated further east into the foothills? 00:12:56 Kenny Barrios Yeah, so we had…over like 70,000 members in our tribe. So, when the first contact came, by the time a lot of it was done, we were down to like 200 tribal members & [then] we got down to like 40 Tribal Members. Then…that's when the government came in & started saving us & helping us out & gave us a piece of land to where they gave us 40 acres where we reside on today. That is our original village of Waiu [on Mussel Slough]. 00:13:35 Tony Gonzales Kenny, are you reaching out? Is there a state of emergency call or? 00:13:45 Kenny Barrios Well…so where we are at…we're not in a state of emergency because we're not. We're like, if anything happens, we're going to be on the shoreline, we will not be in the middle of the water. We're not going to be in the way of the of the lake. So, us as indigenous people, we never put our villages where they will be in danger & this is the one of our original villages that we are on right now. So, we are in our original village of Waiu. So, if that water was to come back fully, if that lake was to fully return, we still would be safe because we're on our original village & our original villages were never put in in harm's way—because that's as native people, we know where to put our villages. So our lake, we have stories about the lake. A long time ago, it was just our people. You know, our people, the stories are the animals created the world. So the story is that there was nothing but water. Well, Eagle & Raven were flying over & they seen a mud duck. So they went down & they saw the mud duck, had mud on his bill. So Eagle tells Mud Duck: “Hey Mud Duck! Where'd you get that mud at?” [Mud Duck] says: “I got it down at the bottom of the lake” & Eagle goes “Oh well, if you bring me one scoop of mud, I'll give you 1 fish.” [Mud Duck] said “Oh, yeah, I could do that.” And Raven said “If you bring me one scoop of mud I'll give you one fish too.” So…Mud Duck was bringing the mud up, Eagle was building his hills on the east side & Raven was building the hills on the West side. Well, Eagle said one day that he's going to go off & look for more help & he tells Duck & Raven to keep building on his side so when he gets he can get building. So, when [Eagle] came back he found out that…Raven just built his [own] side. So Eagle tells Duck “I'll give you two fish if you bring me two scoops of mud. So Duck said “Yeah, I'll do that, I'll give you 2 scoops of mud and you bring me two fish.” So they kept doing that & kept doing that for a while until they were done. That's why Eagles hills on the east side are bigger than the hills on the West side, because the Eagle had made Duck give him more mud so he could build his [side] up to catch up to Rave—but he passed [Raven] up & made his house bigger. So we have stories about the lake. These are legit stories. 00:16:15 Tony Gonzales Yes…Kenny, I wanted to ask you again [about] some of the incorporated towns…that are surrounded indeed by corporate farming like that whole area is. There towns that [are] threatened by water & floods—towns such as Allensworth for example—unincorporated [towns]. But they're surrounded by a corporation…the big company of Boswell. Can you share with us a little bit of history about who this rancher Baron is—Boswell—who feels he can also control water? 00:16:49 Kenny Barrios Well, sure, Boswell, he is a man that has the government in his pocket. He's no longer here, I heard he's no longer here, whatever. But his family, they are very, very powerful. They can make the government do things that we can't. So he's the reason why the dams are built, because it flooded his cotton fields one year, so he had then divert the water [so that his fields would no longer be prone to flooding]. He made decisions like that, he controlled the water, every piece of water that comes out of the ground. [The Boswell family] owns the most of it. It's hard because us as people, we need the water, we need the water to live. But everybody wants us to stop using the water so the farmers can grow whatever & make money for themselves. You know they don't give anything back to any community. You know, like our community, for example, where we provide out everywhere you know, because we have our casino, we help out a lot of places & we hardly ever get [anything in return]. But so all the farmers around us, every farmer around us, they all fighting for water. Well, us as native people, we don't even have the water rights. They have a water board, but we aren't allowed on it because we are a government. We are not a individual owning a piece of land. They found a loophole to keep us out because if we were on [the board] we'd have more power [to] keep our water to ourselves. 00:18:18 Tony Gonzales And the water? The Boswell family ultimately corralled included several major rivers in that area, the Kings River among them. What are the other rivers that I hear that there's four major rivers that are indeed a part of this flood now that is overcoming the land? 00:18:32 Kenny Barrios Yeah it's the Kings River, it's the Tule River, it's the Deer Creek & Cross Creek. Well, the those ones come from Kaweah, Deer Creek. I think that comes from Kaweah & Cross Creek comes from Kaweah. So we got Lake Kaweah, we got Lake Success, we got—which I can't think of the name of it—but there's another one down South too. They all bring the water to the to Tulare Lake & that's what's happening right now. They cannot stop it & they're not going to stop it so. They actually, told Boswell that [they have] to let the water go into the lake. So I like the fact that…they are having to do what we had to do, but we are not doing it to them…You know, they did it to themselves. They put themselves in a situation where they won't be able to help themselves or help anybody else. They've done so much damage to the Central Valley that it is all coming back to them & it's nobody's fault but their own. I feel bad for the ones that are in the path. That are going to be having stuff done to their homes and to themselves, but that's nature. That's the way Mother Nature works. She doesn't sugarcoat anything if she's going to destroy you, she's going to destroy you. If you're in her way, you're in her path. She going to make you move if you don't move, she's going right over you. That's what it is. That's the way life is. & we had to deal with the fact that we couldn't move around on our own land. We're limited to what we did. So now it's Creators way of telling you “this is what you're going to do, & you're not going to say nothing about it.” So yeah…we think the indigenous way & that's who wea are. 00:20:30 Tony Gonzales It's full circle full circle with its corporate farming & now the push back because I understand that company is so powerful that they're able to maneuver where the flooding should be, where it keeps the open fields as dry as can they be, so it doesn't get flooded…trying to protect corporate interest. 00:20:50 Kenny Barrios …who has that right to do these type of things to innocent people, you know? They should be held accountable for that. That is like they're destroying peoples homes & it's all because of greed because [they want] to make money at the end of the day. 00:21:19 Tony Gonzales Well, I think the cities are going have to come to terms with that & try to deal with the corporation, which is almost like a government in itself. It's so vast & powerful as you described it. Indeed, the damage, you know, the rain, the flood has creates so much damage. If you're there because there's a lot of farm workers that will be out of work for at least six, seven maybe eight months. I don't know how many in your community are dependent on farm work, but that's going be a big concern & a big need. Are there any other issues that you foresee in the future, Kenny, that your people are preparing for? 00:21:54 Kenny Barrios So for our future I'm foreseeing more water. You know, we want to see more water. We're fleeing everybody's prayers are working here because we're to see so far as it looks like it's going to be a good, good turn out with it…so I just wanted to finish off with…a song about that lake. You know, we have songs about it…It talks about when the big floods come, you know, & then the Lake Grove & the natives would have to gather their stuff & move away from the lake. Then when summer time comes, the lake would shrink to move away from the people & so that people would have to gather their stuff up & move back to the lake. So this song, this song about the lake, it's talking about how the natives thought that the lake didn't like them. The lake did not want them by it because every time they moved by it, the lake would push them away or every time they moved back to it'll move away from them. So this lake, we have a big connection to it. I've never seen this lake in my lifetime, you know, & I prayed for it, you know. 00:23:02 Tony Gonzales Aho, an ancient song! 00:24:19 Tony Gonzales Well thank you Kenny for reporting to us about the flooding that's going on in the Corcoran area & a little history on Tulare Lake that is beginning to reappear. It's still just a quarter…of the size it used to be as you described as 75 miles across. We'll try to get back with you as the rain continues to let us know the damage going on & also what concerns your people may have, that we can get it out on the airwaves like we are today. Thank you very much. 00:25:00 Kenny Barrios Alright, well if you all need anything else now let me know I hope you have a good day, Aho! 00:25:10 Tony Gonzales Aho, I want to thank Kenny Barrios for his insights, his song & telling us about the water & the flood from an Indian point of view & how they perceive it—really making full circle from how it was a big, massive 75 miles across [lake]. From what I understand…the largest the West of the Mississippi & surrounded by over 40 California Central San Joaquin Valley tribes, including the Yokuts, the Tachi, & & many more. So, I want to thank Kenny for bringing that to us…Now let's go into that interview with our good friend Jean Roach on behalf Of Leonard Peltier. My relatives, now I've invited Jean Roach to talk to us. Jean Roach is with the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, & she's been working the on behalf of Leonard Peltier & for his freedom since 1975. Well, I must say, Jean Roach has been on the airwaves here on Bay Native Circle on KPFA several times, because of our concern for Leonard Peltier. She's launched many campaigns, both regional, national & international, & has been to many forms on behalf of Leonard Peltier. Jean, you know we're right at the cusp if you will, of attention. Here giving these changes over the last couple of months, indeed from the walk to Washington, DC, from Minneapolis, the Democratic National Committee support for the release of Leonard Peltier, & that's representative of 70 million Democratic voters. Supposedly, there was a former FBI agent who stepped forward? A woman who's retired, who says that indeed it's a vendetta that the FBI has about Leonard Peltier & & now Jean, we're up to this moment. The United Nations is preparing their annual United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous issues, & this is the 22nd session. It will begin on April the 17th, on through the 28th. Jean Roach, myself, yourself, Ruthann Buffalo, attorney for Leonard Peltier, former federal Judge Kevin Sharp, is among the delegation going this April to the UN in New York. Please, that was a broad introduction to what we're going to talk about, but if you can introduce yourself, Jean, tell us a little bit about some of the campaigns you've been involved in & the work that goes on at the UN…Jean Roach. 00:28:20 Jean Roach Híŋhaŋni wašté good morning or good evening. My name is Jean, I'm a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. I'm a survivor of the 1975 Oglala firefight & I've been working on better freedom for yeah, many years since it happened. All along we've been saying that he was innocent. And there's been so much FBI corruption & interference things & just straight up continued genocide. You know, when is this going to stop? And when it represents the treatment of our native people by the United States government. And you know, it's been a long time that 47 years, that he's been inside there. We can't imagine the psychological mental stress that he's feeling there…You know…not only that his body…he's a diabetic, he's not getting the right food. He's an elder, I mean, we can go on & on about his health & we see that as his number one priority, is trying to get him health care. [It is] along the same lines of Freedom & Justice. I Mean it's all part of a well-being, & I think that he represents the same thing our native people. We're fighting for health care too. For him in a more way, because he has a aortic aneurysm that could explode at any time. Along with the diabetes, with the inadequate food, you know…it just continues on getting worse. You know, his eyes are being affected. So, you know, his health is really a big issue & people like the Bureau of Prisons, they ignore it. It's such a big monstrous system that they have no personality &…they don't treat you like human beings inside of the prison. So Leonard's been suffering, not only physical, but mental anguish. You know, he has…people telling him lies. A lot of elder abuse is going on there, you know. And we at the board of the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, are very concerned. You know we have attacks on our website we have other organizations that are trying to appear like they've been involved. I'll tell you what our board has years of activism on a grassroots level & [we have] educated women. I mean, I've put this to the board right here, you know. Our next move is going back to the United Nations & keep putting that pressure on. I personally feel that. International pressure is really [important]. Alongside our tribal nations, we have several, you know, we have all the northern tribes pretty much that have signed resolutions or support letters & efforts to get Leonard Peltier freedom—& we've been ignored, you know. National Congress of American Indians, but [we have] several resolutions…we're just hitting the pavement & you know, we want everybody [to help]. I mean, Amnesty International just launched another international campaign. You know, we have so much support in the past & in the present, there's senators have signed on, we have church groups. I mean, what is it going to take for President Biden to do what the American public wants? And, you know, we focus on a lot of stuff along with Leonard. You know it represents, you know, like a total…representation of how our tribes are being treated. Until they give justice to Peltier, they'll never come to the table in a good faith effort. As long as they let that atrocity of misinformation & manipulation continue to Peltier, you can't trust them. I mean, it only takes common sense & I would advise the people worldwide the same every nation that has the issue of the United States government, we all need to actually combine our efforts & ask for some real [action]. We don't just want to get token answers, we want some reality recognition & respect of our human rights. That's all we are asking for & part of the human the basic human rights is being treated fairly & just because the color of our skin should not continue keeping us in prisons & in poverty. So this is a big case & it's not only Peltier, but it's prisoners & Native Americans & indigenous people worldwide. When they [imprison] a man for 47 years because they changed the laws to fit…what they want. You know, they wanted the scapegoat for the agents that were killed, but they didn't tell the real story. You know, they attacked women & children in the camp, which they did at Wounded Knee. They did that & wounded in 1973 & 1890. I mean, they like to attack women & children & elders & never stopped in 1975. Let's be real with the real story is so all I can say is that…people can help do stuff if they'd like to. [They can] write letters, they [can] ask other organizations to write resolutions. We have the website www.WhoIsLeonardPeltier.info. We have a board, we have a Facebook page, the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. All the women on our board are actually very educated on his plight & a lot of Native issues, you know: we have the MMIW; we're fighting for the Black Hills; we're fighting poverty & a racist city, also known as Rapid City, SD. We're fighting for housing. I mean, we're just focused on survival & that includes every one of those things we talked about. So health here is a forefront…So we continue on. 00:33:43 Tony Gonzales Aho thank you, Jean Roach. You know for that layout & we also have a lot of young listeners that are, you know, tuning in & are becoming more & more familiar with Leonard felt here as we present this cases as frequently as often as we can here on KPFA. And there's a book out if people want to read the details on the case of Leonard Peltier—a book by Peter Matheson, & that is in the spirit of Crazy Horse. And it's a very detailed, because it also talks about what led to the shootout there, as Jean Roach just described—her being a part of their 1975 June at the Jumping Bull compound in South Dakota in 1975. What culminated there was a result of Wounded Knee '73, & the years that led up to that moment. And then after the 71 day [about 2 and a half months] siege at Wounded Knee of '73 from that period to 1975-1976, the reign of terror where so many over 60-70 men & women were killed murdered, assassinated, disappeared & still unaccounted for. My relatives, the Department of Justice has not looked into the shooting of Joe Stuntz…who was killed there on June 26th of 75 along with the two FBI agents that were killed there on the Pine Ridge Reservation. My relatives well, there's a lot that had happened since a trip to Russia—when it was the Soviet Union back in the 1980s. Bill Wahpepahi & Stephanie Autumn Peltier, had gone to Moscow & came back with millions of letters from the Russian people to the White House calling on for [Leonard's] freedom. And since then, all these other campaigns, notably if I may, Jean, here in the Bay Area in San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors unanimously last year adopted a resolution calling for February 24 as day of solidarity with Leonard Peltier, & in that resolution they also called on President Biden to immediately release Leonard Peltier. Last year or before Leonard Peltier was also struck with the COVID-19. So, there is a COVID-19 release there among the options that President Biden would have, along with the executive clemency or a compassionate release—all these avenues that are wide open for him, plus the support from the Democratic Committee as well. So, it's all there & he's the only person that can free Leonard Peltier so my relatives, you can go to the website, Jean Roach said: www.WhoIsLeonardPeltier.info or please call the White House. Call them today now & every day. At area code 202-456-1111 That's 202-456-1111 & leave a message with those options that he has to free Leonard Peltier. But to do it now immediately, this is really a matter of urgency & the attention that right now beckons for his freedoms throughout the world. You know over the years have Jean, if I may go on the Nobel Peace Prize winners, at least 1015 of them have stopped. Forward that includes Rigoberta Menchu, two 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the Archbishop of Canterbury & & many more celebrities. Nationally known celebrities across the country it's all there, it & the campaigns that have been launched. So, it's prayers at this moment that we have for seeking Leonard Peltier's freedom as well my relatives. And do you know that we're planning to go to the permanent forum—as I said earlier—on Indigenous issues. This year, the theme, vague as it may sound, there's some work methodically that is done within the theme, as I will read, it's called – Indigenous Peoples Human Heath, Planetary, Territorial Health & Climate Change: A Rights Based Approach. My relatives, that's the theme for these two weeks that will begin April the 17th through the 28th. Jean Roach is helping to gather a team of advocates, young advocates that can be effective there at the United Nations & my relatives at this juncture, that 22nd session. This will be the first time that it's a physical engagement. [In] the past three years [the forum] has been by zoom & prior to that the sessions had involved 3000-4000 Indian Indigenous peoples from throughout the world. That's black Indians, white Indians, Red Indians of the Americas, Indians of Asia Indians of Oceana. This is the Big Gathering. My relatives, the international Indian movement, if you will, has been launched & that began, of course, with the efforts of The American Indian Movement & NGOs at that time 1977, the International Indian Treaty Council, was among them. From that 1977 outcome was a Declaration of Independence of Indigenous nations. My relatives & they cut a plan out, made a plan into the future that would include involvement in the international arena, which is where we take all the issues that Indian peoples—& it's 400 million & plus at this point in terms of numbers according to the World Bank & other United Nations specialized bodies who have given counts of the Indian people throughout the world. But we're coming together & we're organizing an international movement…& Leonard Peltier is very much a part of that & is well known, & which is why at this forum at the in New York beginning of April 17th it's expected 2000-3000 Indian peoples will come & it will give an opportunity to engage & talk about the issues that we have & for us. Jean Roach, myself, Ruth & Buffalo, Kevin Sharp, the attorney & a few others that we hope to bring on board, will advocate about Leonard Peltier so that they too can share their voice on the United Nations Forum on the floor, & depending on the items that are that are relevant to the subject matter of political prisoners, human rights defenders. And Leonard Peltier's case can be brought up. This is what we ask. We'll be asking the indigenous peoples who are there that when they speak on the floor, they make a statement to try to think about Leonard Peltier, the number one international indigenous political prisoner…I must say, & that it's time for Leonard to come home. All of us, including myself & our organization AIM-West, are able to bring delegates. Of course, there's maximum of 10 delegates per organization that can be credentialed into the UN, but from there we kind of flare out, if you will, & engage as many NGO's, Indigenous peoples & including governments that are open to hear the case of Leonard Peltier. So, Jean Roach Tell us as we're preparing, there's a flight, there's lodging, there's travel while we're there & that all cost money & yourself, including myself & others where we're looking for ways to cut that expense. Can you tell us how you're faring, how you're coming along & what kind of support you might be able to need, how people can help you get to the Permanent Forum [On Indigenous Issues] in New York? 00:43:08 Jean Roach Well, thanks. One of the things that I do have now is we have a donation button on our website. It's called www.whoIsLeonardPeltier.info & you can donate there directly to [help cover the] cost for the US United Nations trip. I also have a fundraiser on Facebook from my [Facebook profile], Jean Roach & I'm raising funds for the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. The easiest way would be just going straight to the donation button on the website. We don't have a GoFundMe, but that's all we have right now. But we're also looking for, you know, things to do while we're there, other activities and so. You know…we're going to have a side event if that all works out. And then outside the United Nations event. So yeah, there's some cost available with that. I mean, well, lodging. Growth is outrageous. 00:44:02 Tony Gonzales No, no, thank you. 00:44:03 Jean Roach So, appreciate. Yeah, we appreciate everything you could do. Thank you. 00:44:07 Tony Gonzales Yes Jean & your appeal for help & support for Leonard Peltier, & getting you, & our delegation there to New York for the annual session 22nd session of the Forum. It would be terrific for listeners to see if they can provide some help. And you mentioned the side event—that's another word for a workshop there in UN jargon, my relatives. So, we've also requested for a side event that would include the case of Leonard Peltier & how people can help both in the international arena & at the local front, where the peoples come from, you know, in seeking help from coalitions & even the governments, they come as well. So the side events or workshops [was] announced on April 7th & the deadline for NGO's or IPO's, you know like AIM-West & [other] Indigenous People's Organizations (IPO's), they had until April the 2nd to submit for a side event if they choose to do so. But that will be an important moment for us & hopefully our side event or workshop will be during the first week because, my relatives it's very difficult even for North American Indians, who are people who have most resources available & opportunities to access the UN system, particularly now because these sessions are held in New York now as opposed to Geneva, Switzerland, where they were in the years past. But it makes it very difficult for Indian peoples from Central America, South America, way out in, in the Pacific islands to gather the money to stay there the full 2 weeks & being in government dialogue as well, because those opportunities are there. You know the moments & the minutes that you do have at the UN on the floor with officials & with governments are the most valuable & sought after moments. But you go there with the payload—the drop that is the information that you bring because you want change & those are the moments to do that. That is the international lobbying that goes on at that level. And at this juncture, Jean, just before we ask you for closing words, just to give our listeners a little bit more history about indigenous people's involvement in the international & United Nations Arena, well 100 years ago when the United Nations. It was called the League of Nations. [In] 1923 chief of the of the Iroquois [Haudenosaunee] Confederacy was representative there in Geneva, Switzerland at that time, & that's Chief Deskaheh. So indeed, this month…100 years ago marks a milestone of Indian peoples coming to the United Nations for as Indian peoples that have not been representative among the General Assembly. Unless of course we do say countries like Bolivia with Evo Morales as president in several years back as being the first indigenous person. Then there's been several others. I mean, we could say that the Mexico & all the other countries that as Latino as many of them…are indigenous people. This is a part of the consciousness, the awakening, the International Indian Movement, my relatives that we're moving forward making progress & that includes even at the national level. if I can go further. Jean Roach, a case that where we refer to in the international arena a lot, goes to the Doctrine of Discovery or the Papal Bulls that the Vatican had issued out back in the 14th, 15th century that are still very much alive & active today. My relatives, I think we only have to go to the case of Johnson V Macintosh…1823 as well. And so, this marks 200 years of the Doctrine of Discovery…being active & used in the US Supreme Court. Both 1823 Johnson V McIntosh & Fast forward 2005 Justice Ruth Ginsburg had reintroduced the case of Papal Bulls, or the Doctrine of Discovery in the case of Wisconsin V Oneida. Nathan, my relatives. And that was the taking of more or neither Nation's land & according to the Papal Bulls of that doctrine of discovery, very much alive. So, you know, yeah, we are. In very many milestones of history of Indian peoples, including Chief Deskaheh, as I said, Geneva, Switzerland, 1923 & the Johnson V McIntosh case 1823 & on to the present, this doctrine that has to be banished. That has to be acknowledged as invalid today because they are very much alive & in use in our Supreme Court. All right, Jean, so much good history & we're going to be a part of that going to the permanent forum this year, April the 17th to the 28th. Any closing words for Leonard Peltier, Jean Roach, please? 00:50:07 Jean Roach Yes, everyone should try to write a letter to him. You know they don't allow postcards. You know, cheer him up. I mean, he needs some support. Also encourage your local governments & your local tribes, tribal nations—anybody can be part of this by writing a letter. We've gone international, so we have support all over the world, but we really need more [support] & if you get a chance, call the White House. [If] you aren't doing anything, just call them. Know that you're interested, & there's certain hours [you need to call] that we have that on our website. So I'd Just like to encourage everybody to keep pushing & everything. It really does help, & as long as we can continue pushing for its freedom, hopefully soon it will come. We're just really hoping & praying. 00:50:57 Tony Gonzales Thank you, Jean Roach & Jean we're broadcasting for Bay Native Circle for tonight here with KPFA. I believe April the 19th I will be hosting Bay Native Circle once again, after Morning Star Gali & my colleague Eddie Madrill [who] will have a show after her & then I will have it on April 19th. So, I'll see about us being able to broadcast live, if you will, from the United Nations there in New York at that time. Alright, Jean Roach, thank you very much for your dedication, your commitment & your courage, Jean—your courage to go forward. 00:51:46 Jean Roach Thank you very much, thank you. 00:51:47 Tony Gonzales Aho Jean Roach. What a woman, what a person [with] her dedication & commitment to seek the freedom of Leonard Peltier. Everything that that she does, with local, regional, national & international, my relatives, & now with her & colleagues going on to the UN Permanent Forum that begins April 17th. So, a big shout out there & hopefully we'll be able to succeed reaching out to include…various government officials & seek their support to send letters to President Biden for the Freedom of Leonard Peltier, the longest held indigenous political prisoner in the entire world, my relatives. And as we're coming close to the [end of our show] my relatives. I just wanted to make a few announcements as Chumash Day is coming right up (note: this event has already occurred), that's right! The Chumash people are having Native American powwow, & that's going to be also an intertribal gathering that's April 1st & that will be from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at Malibu Bluffs Park. OK, try to make that one, [it] is the 23rd annual, so there's a lot of experience there & a lot to see & do…& that will be at 2357 Live Civic Center way in Malibu Bluffs Park. Chumash Day Native American Powwow my relatives & see about going there. Also, we've been hearing that the Apache Stronghold is holding up good & Dr. Wendsler [Noise] caravanned all the way to the court case [at] the 9th district [court of appeals] …to rehear the case of their sacred sites & protection of Oak Flats. So hopefully with Dr. [Wendsler] Noise expressing protecting that site under the First Amendment. Also, the Treaty agreements that the Apache peoples have with the US [are being addressed as well], & that includes shoring it up with international laws, including the declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. That would ensure sacred sites & for the governments to honor them, & that includes the United States, which signed that declaration by President Obama in December—when was that, 2010? So, all these efforts are now before the 9th District Court once again to protect the Oak Flat & the advocacy of Dr. Wendsler Noise. You know for that…Friday, March 31, [was] Cesar Chavez's birthday, & it will be honored here in California, as…it's a federal commemoration by President Barack Obama during his time. But several states have pushed on even further. That includes Arizona, California & Utah to make it a state holiday, my relatives. So, there's time…to share the legacy, the history of Cesar Estrada Chavez. Cesar Chavez, as many of you know, is the co-founder of the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers Association of America. Also, Co-Founder, as many of you know, Dolores Huerta was born in Yuma, AZ. In Santa Cruz on April the 1st my relatives, that's on Saturday Cesar Chavez will be very much remembered & appreciate. Barrios Unidos is organizing & gathering there, & Cesar Chavez day, April 1st at from 12:00 to 5:00 PM my relatives (note: this event has already occurred). So, if you're interested in going down to Santa Cruz, to be a part of body so neither they're on Soquel St…I'm going to make that one, & I hope you do too… This has been Tony Gonzalez & you've been listening to Bay Major Circle & our producers, Jeanine Antoine. The opening music was L. Frank Manriquez mixed with Ross K'Dee, Robert Maribel & Rare Tribal Mob. Thank you goes out to Falcon Molina for helping engineer the show to Diane Williams for the opening prayer. We also thank our musical artists, our guests & you are listening to audience for your continued support, & we want to give a shout out to our brothers & sisters on the inside, especially those on death row. Thank you to Creator to the Indigenous Peoples whose lands we occupy, to ancestors & to those yet to come, blessings. 00:57:59 The post Bay Native Circle March 29 2023 Tony Interviews Jean Roach & Kenny Barrios appeared first on KPFA.
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Kav Verhouzer - Safe And Sound (Record Mix) 55. Twocolors - Bloodstream (Record Mix) 56. Lady Gaga, Denis First - Bloody Mary Wednesday (Record Mix) 57. Hugel, Stefy De Cicco, Hugo Cantarra, Nikol Apatini - 4 to the Floor (Record Mix) 58. Lunax, Mary Jensen - Let s Call It Love (Record Mix) 59. Sick Individuals, Jason Walker - Closer Together (Record Mix) 60. Calvin Harris - My Way (Record Mix) 61. Oneil, Organ, Favia - Say It Right (Record Mix) 62. Martin Solveig, Alma - All Stars (Record Mix) 63. Rudimental, Ed Sheeran, Sultan & Shepard - Lay It All On Me (Record Mix) 64. Lf System, David Guetta, Dyro - Afraid To Feel (Record Mix) 65. Denis First - Your Lies (Record Mix) 66. Dj Dimixer, Serge Legran, Murana, Harddope - It's a Fine Day (Record Mix) 67. Leony, Denis First - Remedy (Record Mix) 68. Bolier, Joe Stone, Voost - Keep This Fire Burning (Record Mix) 69. Lost Culture, Morfi, Carine - Lean On (Record Mix) 70. Willy William - Trompeta (Record Mix) 71. Alis Shuka, Byjoelmichael - Not About Us (Record Mix) 72. Jax Jones, Years & Years, Vadim Adamov - Play (Record Mix) 73. Little Mix, Nathan Dawe, Mark Knight - No Time For Tears (Record Mix) 74. Aurora - Cure For Me (Record Mix) 75. Going Deeper, Ritn - Don't Stop (Record Mix) 76. Tungevaag, Kid Ink, Gabry Ponte - Ride With Me (Record Mix) 77. Firebeatz, Dubdogz - Give It Up (Record Mix) 78. Frents - Away (Record Mix) 79. Robin Schulz, David Guetta - On Repeat (Record Mix) 80. Vize, Laniia - Stars (Record Mix) 81. Tove Lo, Denis First - How Long (Record Mix) 82. Pbh & Jack, Alex Hosking - Lost In The Moment (Record Mix) 83. Tiesto, Ava Max - The Motto (Record Mix) 84. Murdbrain, Theajsound, Rachel Morgan Perry - Save Me (Record Mix) 85. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Ne-Yo - Higher Place (Record Mix) 86. Inna, Melon, Dance Fruits Music - Hello Hello (Record Mix) 87. Wyles - Feel Good (Record Mix) 88. Klaas - The Way (Record Mix) 89. Drenchill, Jorik Burema - Starlight (Record Mix) 90. Milky Chance - Synchronize (Record Mix) 91. Ofenbach - Rock It (Record Mix) 92. The Future X, Denis First - This Kind of Love (Record Mix) 93. Lost Found - Searching (Record Mix) 94. Meduza, Dermot Kennedy - Paradise (Record Mix) 95. Topic, A7S - Kernkraft 400 (A Better Day) (Record Mix) 96. Alok, Ella Eyre, Kenny Dope, Never Dull - Deep Down (Record Mix) 97. Bebe Rexha, Gorgon City - Sacrifice (Record Mix) 98. R3Hab, Nina Nesbitt - Family Values (Record Mix) 99. Alesso, Katy Perry - When I'm Gone (Record Mix) 100. Calvin Harris - Feel So Close (Record Mix) 101. Don Diablo - Momentum (Record Mix) 102. Oneil, Troshin - Take It (Record Mix) 103. Dom Dolla, Clementine Douglas - Miracle Maker (Record Mix) 104. David Zowie - House Every Weekend (Record Mix) 105. Gorgon City, Katy Menditta - Imagination (Record Mix) 106. Acraze, Cherish - Do It To It (Record Mix) 107. Maisie Peters, Joel Corry - Psycho (Record Mix) 108. Wonderland Avenue - White Horse (Record Mix) 109. 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The more enterprising you are the freer you are.” How do you sell more books than anyone else? You have to be a self leader before you can lead anyone else, shut off negative media, and read a book a week! Mark Victor Hansen has written 318 books and loves what the publishing industry was! He's a student of the Depression. His vision is to sell 1 billion books and help others do it as well. “Whoever controls the story controls the future!” - Plato Today we are talking about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, doing 4 meetings a day, and how he should have sold more books faster! Better Call Daddy: The Safe Place For Controversy. In the area of human potential, no one is better known and more respected than Mark Victor Hansen. For more than 30 years, Mark Victor Hansen has focused solely on helping people and organizations reshape their personal vision of what's possible. His powerful messages of possibility, opportunity, and action have helped create startling and powerful change in thousands of organizations, and millions of individuals worldwide. With his endearing charismatic style, Mark captures his audience's attention as well as their hearts. With his one-of-a-kind technique and masterful story-telling ability, he is one of the most dynamic and compelling speakers of our time. You may know Mark Victor Hansen as "that Chicken Soup for the Soul guy." A cultural juggernaut now celebrating its 11th year, Mark and his business partner Jack Canfield created what TIME magazine called, "the publishing phenomenon of the decade." With more than 100 million Chicken Soup for the Soul books sold around the world and over 100 licensed products in the marketplace, it is one of the most successful publishing franchises in the world today. The Chicken Soup idea was just one of many that has propelled Mark into the worldwide spotlight as a sought-after keynote speaker, best-selling author and marketing maven. The author of many books such as The Power of Focus, The Aladdin Factor, Dare to Win, The Miracle of Tithing and others, Mark Victor Hansen has an extensive library of audio programs, video programs and enriching articles in the areas of big thinking, sales performance, marketing, publishing and personal and professional development. Mark's latest book, The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth is destined to inspire the creation of one million new millionaires this decade. He co-authored this book with Robert G. Allen (best-selling author of Nothing Down and Multiple Streams of Income) published by Harmony Books, a division of Random House Publishing. His energy and exuberance travels still further through mediums such as television (Oprah, CNN and The Today Show), print (TIME, US News & World Report, USA Today, The New York Times and Entrepreneur) and countless radio and newspaper interviews as he assures everyone of the inherent genius in all of us if we choose to access our centers of influence, leverage our strengths and take action. Mark Victor Hansen is the founder of MEGA Book Marketing University, MEGA Speaking Empire and MEGA Marketing Magic. Each of these annual conferences speak to the specific needs of those who want to discover, create and launch business empires. A passionate philanthropist and humanitarian, Mark teaches the principles of the four types of tithing: thinking, time, talent and treasures. Favored charities are Horatio Alger Scholarships, Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, Operation Smile, OCEANA , March of Dimes, Covenant House and Childhelp USA.. In the year 2000, The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans honored Mark with the prestigious Horatio Alger Award. Each year, this association honors American leaders who personify the virtues and principles inherent in the success stories written by nineteenth century American author Horatio Alger, Jr. As an award winner, Mark Victor Hansen's extraordinary life achievements stand as a powerful example that the free enterprise system still offers opportunity to all. In 2004, Mark was inducted into the Sales & Marketing Executive International's Hall of Fame, receiving the Ambassador of Free Enterprise award. He is also the recipient of the 2004 Visionary Philanthropist for Youth Award by Covenant House of CA. In 2000, Northwood University honored him as the Outstanding Business Leader of the Year. In 2002, The University of Toledo presented Mark with an Honorary PhD in Business Administration and established the Mark Victor Hansen Entrepreneurial Excellence Fund, which will help shape the minds of future business leaders and assist in the development of the faculty who will teach them. Mark Victor Hansen presents 50-75 seminars each year, serves as chairman of Mark Victor Hansen & Associates, Inc. He is co-founder and chief visionary officer of Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises, Inc. and is the president of One Minute Millionaire, LLC. Mark Victor Hansen is an enthusiastic crusader of what's possible and is driven to make the world a better place. 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The Boston Sea Rovers are transitioning back to the traditional March timeframe for their show. 2023 is the transition year and will be a one-night only film festival at the New England Aquarium on March 18, 2023. The 70th annual Boston Sea Rovers clinic is planned for March 2024 in Danvers, MA. Beneath the Sea is making its return after four years. The show is being held at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey on March 25 and 26, 2023. Oceana's National Business Coalition for the Ocean is a group of like-minded businesses that promote Oceana's programs with sign-on letters, petitions and other initiatives. When did you last change your dive computer battery. If you don't know then maybe it's time to get that battery replaced, especially if you are headed out on a dive trip. Find out more about our recent trip to Bonaire where we stayed at Divi Flamingo Resort and did our diving with Divi Divers. The resort is strategically located and you can walk to town for dinner or shopping. The resort also has two restaurants - Chibi Chibi and Pureocean. The rooms are clean and comfortable. Divi Divers run several different boats and get you to the Bonaire and Klein Bonaire dive sites quickly. Water temperature in late February and early March was a consistent 79 degrees Fahrenheit or 26 degrees Celsius. Visibility was consistently 80 to 100 feet. With seahorses on five dives, octopus, frogfish and more, you'll encounter a lot of small reef fish and creatures.
There is bracing. And there is breaking. In today's episode, learn why the latter is so essential to healing, to liberation, and to creation. Featuring the amazing liminalist Oceana Sawyer, this is a conversation about what we gain when we “lose” (control, fear, conditioning…), and what can be received only when we truly open. New Feature Alert! Transcripts! We've added episode transcripts to our website (ps: we have a new website, too)! Now you can download written transcripts, share them, copy/paste those reflection questions, or read along while you listen. The transcript and other resources from this episode can be found here. Want to give a little love back to How To Make Love? Become a patreon of the podcast.
Playas en peligro y de peligro: Tanto el derrame de Repsol como la gripe aviar afectan a nuestro litoral y a las competencias de las autoridades. Lo explica Daniel Olivares, de Oceana. MIENTRAS TANTO: Inicia la cuenta regresiva para la Defensoría y el JNE. Ayer el TC le dio poder absoluto al Congreso sobre ambas instituciones. ADEMÁS: Dos terroristas (de verdad) se van del Perú. Y... ¿Buscas accesorios y joyas veraniegas? Este y otros emprendimientos tienen DESCUENTOS para ti. TAMBIÉN: César Vallejo se apodera de ChatGPT y escribe un poema sobre la coyuntura actual. **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** ¿Quieres que tu emprendimiento sea mencionado en La Encerrona? Regístrate aquí para postular: https://encerroners.club Y también podrás ser evaluado para ser parte de los Beneficios TKambio. **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad.
Andrew Stopps call stroke "The Gentle Assassin." Like many (but not all) of us, Andrew found it remarkable that stroke did not hurt. That's often the case with an ischemic stroke. Mine didn't hurt either, and I found it remarkable at the time. It was a profoundly interesting experience. Lack of pain doesn't mean lack of impact though. Andrew found his music career suddenly upended and his mosaic career suddenly suspended as his husband rushed him to the hospital. He lost (for now) the ability to play the clarinet. He discovered unexpected laughter and tears. And it redirected his life. Andrew and I talk all about his encounter with the Gentle Assassin in this week's conversation. If you don't see the audio player below, click here to visit the original blog post. Click here for a machine-generated transcript Who is Andrew Stopps? Andrew Stopps has taught music for over 20 years in Australia, UK and New Zealand. His teaching experience ranges from a woodwind instrumental teacher and band director in rural South Australia to Head of Music at the Australian International Performing Arts High School in Sydney. In 2009 he moved to New Zealand and in 2012 he was a finalist for the NEITA Excellence in Teaching Award. He is the founder of the Wellington City Concert Band, NZ Youth Symphonic Winds and the Wellington Band and Orchestra Festival. He is also the founder of the Hoa Project that provides support and mentoring to music teachers around New Zealand. He has been a composer and arranger since high school and his works are performed by ensembles around the world. He has travelled to Washington DC for the World Premiere of my work “Welcome to Aotearoa” for concert band in 2019. This year his “Middle Earth Suite” is to be world premiered in Melbourne, Florida. In November 2021 he experienced a mini stroke immediately followed by a massive stroke. He has made a 98% recovery using music therapy, brain plasticity, and with the support of his husband. He continues to compose and is currently writing his book "In One Stroke". You can connect and chat with Andrew at andrewstopps.com "I am Andrew Stopps." Before going to the hospital, while struggling with language and dexterity, and while his brain was dying, Andrew still had one thing to do. He needed to declare his identity. He needed to write "I am Andrew Stopps," before heading out the door. Our personality, individuality, and human existence is dependent on our brain. In the middle of a brain attack, like stroke or brain tumor, all of those things are at risk. Many survivors have to reckon with the idea that they will never be the way they were; this experience has made them a different person. Dr. Debra Meyerson explored this whole question in her book, "Identity Theft: Rediscovering Ourselves After Stroke."* I spoke with Debra and her husband about the topic and her book in 2019. You can listen to that discussion here. Diaphragm and Core When we talk about left or right side weakness after stroke we're not just talking about arms and legs. The same weakness can affect our core muscles -- the ones in our chest and abdomen. Weakness there can make it harder to sit up, leverage those muscles to make a big effort, impact our breathing or even hinder digestion and elimination. The diaphragm is the main muscle that controls breathing. When it moves smoothly in one way, we inhale. When it moves properly in the other way, we exhale. When stroke weakens it, things get screwey. Most of us never think about our diaphragms. Andrew is different. Because he's a musician with a career playing an instrument that relies heavily on breath control, he was already intimately familiar with the functioning of his diaphragm and how it behaved differently after stroke. It resulted in unusual laughter, among other things. Because he was familiar with it, he could also focus his efforts on regaining control. Additionally, consider our previous discussion about the homunculus. Andrew likely has more brain real estate dedicated to his breathing and diaphragm. Deliberate, repeated focus means cells were firing together more often. And the cells that fire together, wire together. Emotional Lability and PBA Emotion lability and pseudo bulbar affect also came up in our conversation. This condition is common after stroke. It refers to how survivors may find themselves crying at the slightest provocation or laughing at inappropriate times. It's a result of the physical damage to the brain. I've certainly experienced the unexpected tears, especially in the early days. Especially interesting was when I would find myself weeping from simple physical exertion in PT. It was crying without emotional context in my case. I didn't feel sad, just curious. This can be frightening to both the survivor and their family, especially if prior to the stroke, the survivor was a fairly stoic person who showed little emotion. Now when the cry for little or no reason, it can really share them and their care partners up. The question of, "Am I now a person that cries over TV commercials?" Further feeds into questions of identity after stroke. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves spending a chunk of time in a oxygen-rich, high pressure chamber every day. Andrew paid out of pocket for this treatment in New Zealand, and feels it helped his recovery. Of course, he's also not sure if it was the actual therapy that helped or if it was more the isolated meditation time that made the difference. The science doesn't provide much clarity. HBOT does help with infections, post-burn treatment, carbon monoxide poisoning, nitrogen bubbles in the blood (the bends), and some other conditions. The lack of any rigorous, controlled, double-blind studies on the effectiveness of HBOT after stroke is an issue. It's an expensive, time consuming process with no significant evidence that it works. I spoke with Dr. Michael Bennet a few years back about the treatment. You can listen to that conversation here. He's an expert in and advocate for HBOT. His assessment was that he wished it worked, but the evidence doesn't support it. So does it work? Maybe. Did the HBOT drive Andrew's recovery? Or was it just time spent in the chamber alone with his thoughts? Or did it help his recovery because he believed it would? We don't know. That's why we need more double-blind controlled studies to figure it out. In the meantime, we do know that it is safe for most folks. If a person has the money to spare and doing HBOT will not take time away from traditional PT, OT, and SLP, then, sure. Go for it. And I hope it's successful. Hack of the Week Andrew shared two hacks this week. The firs is about yawning. It's fascinating the way a body with hemiparesis reacts when we yawn. Andrew found he could get some minor control once a yawn or stretch caused his hand and arm to respond. In my case, in the early days, a yawn would pop my affected arm right up and my fingers would go full jazz hands. It makes sense when you think about it. The brain damage from stroke may impact higher level brain functions, but yawning is a more fundamental bodily function controlled by the brain stem or acted upon by the spinal cord. And when we get that movement, look at it, focus on it, and try to take advantage of it. The first time you may not succeed, but the tenth or hundredth or thousandth may be a different story. I t reinforces the idea that your hand still works fine. You just don't have control of it…yet. Andrew's second hack is to become like a kindergartener. Organize your home carefully with everything put away in a deliberate manner. After stroke, you can't go rummaging effectively though overstuffed drawers and cabinets and expect to find what you want. You don't have the time, energy, spoons, or dexterity for that. A place for everything and everything in its place is how to approach home organization, like a kid's classroom. Plus, clutter scattered about the place is not a good idea when you have mobility challenges. Survey Do you have thoughts about the Strokecast as a show? I want to hear about it. Please complete the listener survey at http://Strokecast.com/survey by March 31, 2023 to share your insight. I'd realy appreciate it. Links Where do we go from here? Check out Andrew's site, programs, and music by visiting http://AndrewStopps.com Share this episode with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/AndrewStopps Please complete the listener survey at http://Strokecast.com/survey Don't get best…get better. More thoughts from Andrew Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity. Musician, teacher, brain tumor survivor, and now stroke survivor Andrew Stopps joins us to talk about the gentle assassin that almost took his life, and how he's been recovering as we explore issues of post-stroke identity.
How do you convince a global corporation to alter its course on single-use plastics? Shining light on the problem can be a good start. In a landmark report released in December 2022, Oceana revealed Amazon.com's staggering contributions to the growing plastic waste crisis – 709 million pounds in 2021 alone. While Amazon's response has been lackluster, the wheels of change are already in motion via public pressure and calls for legislative action.Upstream's Chief Strategy Officer, Priscilla Johnson, sits down with Matt Littlejohn, SVP of Strategic Initiatives at Oceana, to discuss the report, what more Amazon can do as one of the world's most advanced logistics companies, and the importance of taking collective action to pressure big brands to change their ways. Resources:Report: Amazon's plastic packaging waste jumped 18% to 709 million pounds in 2021 Take action: Tell Amazon, “Less Plastic, Please”Oceana
01. Vize, R3Hab - One Last Time (Record Mix) 02. Jax Jones, Years & Years, Vadim Adamov - Play (Record Mix) 03. Ofenbach - Rock It (Record Mix) 04. Imanbek, Byor - Belly Dancer (Record Mix) 05. Jubel, Neimy, Tiesto - Dancing in the Moonlight (Record Mix) 06. Gabry Ponte, Conor Maynard, Jayover - Another Night (Record Mix) 07. Crispie, Minelli - Get Get Down (Record Mix) 08. Robin Schulz, Ilsey - Headlights (Record Mix) 09. Travis Scott, Hvme - Goosebumps (Record Mix) 10. David Guetta, Benny Benassi - Satisfaction (Record Mix) 11. Alan Walker, A$Ap Rocky, Uslord, Xtv$ - Live Fast (PUBGM) (Record Mix) 12. Crystal Waters, Never Dull'S - GYPSY IN MY MIND (Record Mix) 13. Cat Dealers, Lothief, Santti - Sunshine (Record Mix) 14. Mbnn, Rowald Steyn - ilomilo (Record Mix) 15. Sigala, Talia Mar - Stay The Night (Record Mix) 16. Annabell Kowalski - Hey Boy Hey Girl (Record Mix) 17. Elton John, Britney Spears, Joel Corry - Hold Me Closer (Record Mix) 18. Killteq, D.Hash, Vallhee - I Like It (Record Mix) 19. Bout - A Better Soul (Record Mix) 20. Renomty, Smola, Aaron Kaye - Stereo Love (Record Mix) 21. Lost Frequencies, Calum Scott - Where Are You Now (Record Mix) 22. James Hype, Miggy Dela Rosa - Ferrari (Record Mix) 23. Calvin Harris, Rag'N'Bone Man - Giant (Record Mix) 24. Jay Vegas - Take Me Away (Record Mix) 25. Gaullin, Julian Perretta - Seven Nation Army (Record Mix) 26. The Future X, Denis First - This Kind of Love (Record Mix) 27. Klangkarussell, Denis First - Home (Record Mix) 28. Basto! - Again & Again (Record Mix) 29. Old Jim, Scarlett - Balenciaga (Record Mix) 30. Hugel, Benjamin Ingrosso - Black & Blue (Record Mix) 31. Oceana, Bodybangers - Endless Summer (Record Mix) 32. Becky Hill, Galantis - Run (Record Mix) 33. Foushee, Katana Angels - Deep End (Record Mix) 34. Dj Kuba, Neitan, Bounce Inc. - Watch Out (Record Mix) 35. Noizu - Summer 91 (Looking Back) (Record Mix) 36. Tony Igy, Vicetone - Astronomia (Record Mix) 37. Dvbbs, Gattuso, Alida - Leave The World Behind (Record Mix) 38. Beatmount, Oneil - Heads Will Roll (Record Mix) 39. Barton, Denis First - Running Up That Hill (Record Mix) 40. Crvvcks, Darla Jade - Colours (Record Mix) 41. Sam Feldt, Yves V, Rozes - One Day (Record Mix) 42. Kungs - Clap Your Hands (Record Mix) 43. Armin Van Buuren, Simon Ward - Hey (I Miss You) (Record Mix) 44. R3Hab, Kelvin Jones - Downtown (Record Mix) 45. Discoplex - Come Back (Record Mix) 46. Firebeatz, Dubdogz - Give It Up (Record Mix) 47. Avicii, Martin Garrix, John Legend - Waiting For Love (Record Mix) 48. Harrison - Touch Me (Record Mix) 49. Twocolors, Pascal Letoublon - Break Up (Record Mix) 50. David Guetta, Sam Martin - Lovers On The Sun (Record Mix) 51. Tiesto, Black Eyed Peas - Pump It Louder (Record Mix) 52. Fedde Le Grand, Robert Falcon, Sofia Quinn - Heaven (Record Mix) 53. Klaas - The Way (Record Mix) 54. Holy Molly - Shot A Friend (Record Mix) 55. Dutchican Soul, Yogi - Be Funky (Record Mix) 56. Faul, Wad, Pnau - Changes (Record Mix) 57. Oliver Heldens, Nile Rodgers, House Gospel Choir - I Was Made For Lovin Yo (Record Mix) 58. Minelli - Confused (Record Mix) 59. Dj Antoine, Tom Novy - Superstar (Record Mix) 60. Harlee, Joel Corry - Reset (Record Mix) 61. Alesso, Zara Larsson - Words (Record Mix) 62. David Zowie - House Every Weekend (Record Mix) 63. Lunax, Mia Amare - Sweet Harmony (Record Mix) 64. Alok, Sigala, Ellie Goulding - All By Myself (Record Mix) 65. Farruko, Robin Schulz - Pepas (Record Mix) 66. Rihanna, Calvin Harris - We Found Love (Record Mix) 67. The Giver, Nyelo, Omix Zam - Hold It Back (Record Mix) 68. Stefy De Cicco, Ben Hamilton, Martin Jensen - Day 'N' Nite (Record Mix) 69. Jaymes Young, Pretty Young - Infinity (Record Mix) 70. Cavi - Give Good Love (Record Mix) 71. Afrojack, Eva Simons - Take Over Control (Record Mix) 72. Dua Lipa, Imanbek - Love Again (Record Mix) 73. Alex Adair, Don Diablo, Cid - Make Me Feel Better (Record Mix) 74. Le Pedre, Djs From Mars, Mildenhaus - Trouble So Hard (Record Mix) 75. Low Steppa - Closer (Record Mix) 76. Meduza, James Carter, Elley Duhe, Fast Boy - Bad Memories (Record Mix) 77. Burak Yeter - Body Talks (Record Mix) 78. Robert Cristian, Dayana - The Sweetest Ass in the World (Record Mix) 79. Ava Max, Deepend - So Am I (Record Mix) 80. Gaullin - Moonlight (Record Mix) 81. C Block, The Distance, Riddick - So Strung Out (Record Mix) 82. Dj Quba, Sandra K - Eins Zwei Polizei (Record Mix) 83. Alessandro - Goes Deeper (Record Mix) 84. Giorgio Gee, Micah, Cmagic5 - 1, 2 Step (Record Mix) 85. Loud Luxury, Wav3Pop - Wasted (Record Mix) 86. Player & Remady - No Superstar (Record Mix) 87. Diplo, Miguel - Don't Forget My Love (Record Mix) 88. Alex Ross - Give It To Me (Record Mix) 89. Alle Farben - Bad Ideas (Record Mix) 90. Filatov & Karas - I Keep On (Record Mix) 91. Kc Lights, Leo Stannard - Cold Light (Record Mix) 92. David Guetta, Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue) (Record Mix) 93. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 94. Oneil, Titov - No Stress (Record Mix) 95. Naeleck, Haley Reinhart, Byor - Creep (Record Mix) 96. Airwolf Paradise - Don't Hurt Me Baby (Record Mix) 97. Alma, Denis First - Summer Really Hurt Us (Record Mix) 98. Rave Republic, Triple M, Blanee - Played A Live (The Bongo Song) (Record Mix) 99. Vize, Laniia - Stars (Record Mix) 100. Stadiumx, Sebastian Wibe, Moti, Mingue - We Are Life (Record Mix) 101. Bodybangers, Stephen Oaks - See You Again (Record Mix) 102. Beau - Stuck On Repeat (Record Mix) 103. Oliver Heldens, Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) (Record Mix) 104. Kungs - Never Going Home (Record Mix) 105. Wonderland Avenue - White Horse (Record Mix) 106. Alok, James Arthur - Work With My Love (Record Mix) 107. Rudimental, Ed Sheeran, Sultan & Shepard - Lay It All On Me (Record Mix) 108. Calvin Harris, Sam Smith - Promises (Record Mix) 109. Tujamo - Drop That Low (Record Mix) 110. Elley Duhe, Whethan - Money On The Dash (Record Mix) 111. Dubdogz, Zuffo, Rhoden - Mission Impossible (Record Mix) 112. Camelphat, Elderbrook - Cola (Record Mix) 113. Ida Corr, Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think (Record Mix) 114. Dom Dolla, Clementine Douglas - Miracle Maker (Record Mix) 115. Acraze, Goodboys - Believe (Record Mix) 116. Junona Boys - Relax (Record Mix) 117. Tobtok, Fubu, Kate Wild, Tom Hall - Freak Like Me (Record Mix) 118. Afrojack, R3Hab, Aura - Worlds On Fire (Record Mix) 119. Swanky Tunes, Jeddak - Angels (Love Is the Answer) (Record Mix) 120. Raffaella Papa - Let It Go (Record Mix) 121. Switch Disco - React (Record Mix) 122. Dynoro, Gigi D'Agostino - In My Mind... (Record Mix) 123. Avicii, Ras - The Nights (Record Mix) 124. Lf System, David Guetta, Dyro - Afraid To Feel (Record Mix) 125. Filatov & Karas, Busy Reno - Au Revoir (Record Mix) 126. Martin Jensen, Fastboy - One Day (Record Mix) 127. Austins Groove - Hold You Now (Record Mix) 128. Mr Probz, Robin Schulz - Waves (Record Mix) 129. Jealous Friend, Bastien - To The Moon And Back (Record Mix) 130. Meysta, 2Shy, Viktoria Vane, Beccy - Can't Get You out of My Head (Record Mix) 131. Adam Lambert - Ghost Town (Record Mix) 132. Imanbek, Jay Sean - Gone (Da Da Da) (Record Mix) 133. De Hofnar, Alex Gewer - The Feeling (Record Mix) 134. Zzapnchriss, Deety - Crossfire (Record Mix) 135. Deepaim, Rocco - On The Move (Can't Let You Go) (Record Mix) 136. Minelli - Could Be Something (Record Mix) 137. Basto!, Yves V - Cloud Breaker (Record Mix) 138. Kddk - Heartbreaker (Record Mix) 139. Drenchill, Indiiana - Freed from Desire (Record Mix) 140. Alle Farben, Pollyanna - Let It Rain Down (Record Mix) 141. Manyfew, Laura Davie - My Life (Record Mix) 142. Sigala, Becky Hill - Wish You Well (Record Mix) 143. Nadia Ali, Starkillers, Alex Kenji, Alesso - Pressure (Record Mix) 144. John Martin, Tiesto - Anywhere For You (Record Mix)
Tell It Like It Is with Cassandra Rae
Do you ever wonder what it takes to build a successful brand that's true to your values? Join me as I sit down this week with Jan Livingston Mokhtari, Co-Founder & Chief Marketing Officer of Gray Whale Gin. We explore how family and environmental purpose is driving this premium gin brand from strength to strength while helping the planet, one “glass of California” at a time. Jan shares the story of how nature inspired the brand, the innovations she and her husband made to help conserve capital, and what ‘good' looks like through their partnership with ocean conservation charity Oceana. Throughout the episode, Jan shares her insights on entrepreneurship, balancing work and family, and how to build a brand that's true to its roots, one that her daughters can be proud of. You'll hear all about Jan's experience scaling her business, including the pivotal moment when she and her husband had to choose between growth and staying true to their values. So, grab a glass of gin (preferably Gray Whale!) and join us as we explore the story behind this highly successful and purpose-driven brand.About Jan Livingston Mokhtari:Jan Livingston Mokhtari is an award-winning Creative Director turned social entrepreneur and gin connoisseur who, after generating over $190 million in revenues as EVP of Branded Entertainment at FOX Networks Group and being named “Most Creative Women in Advertising” by Business Insider, is doing her part for ocean conservation through the launch of a purpose-driven gin brand that celebrates Californian values through and through. Prior to joining Fox, Jan served as Managing Partner and Executive Creative Director at Rec Room, Creative Director at 72andSunny and FCB Global, and was the Founder of production company Jolly Good Productions, working with Hollywood talent including Eva Longoria, Darren Aronofsky Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Jan Founded Gray Whale Gin with her husband, producer, and TV presenter Marsh Mokhtari, whose work can be seen on the Food Network and National Geographic Channel. Real, relatable, or downright wrong? We want to know!Tweet your opinion: @_badasscass_Give us a like on Facebook: @powerdonedifferntlyCheck out exclusive behind-the-scenes action on Insta: @powerdonedifferentlyFind us at our new home: www.powerdonedifferently.comBuy Gray Whale Gin at: www.graywhalegin.com
Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Herbalist Tania Oceana. I am a Pacific NW nature lover & traditional western herbalist. After dealing with some health issues in early adulthood, I started to dive into holistic health, nutrition, and Herbalism. Seeing the benefits of this wisdom got me hooked! It's been over 10 years since then, and my thirst for knowledge only continues. I want everyone to remember that our body is on our side, it's built to heal, and it's communicating with us all the time. I try to listen and dare to heal. Find out more at Epicherbalism.com.
RUGBYTOWN Ep. 1, 28min., USA Directed Patrick Guthrie Having failed to reach their dreams of starring in the NFL, the players in RugbyTown tell their own stories of crossing over to become professional athletes in a new sport as they help the USA win the Rugby World Cup. https://rugbyfactory.tv/ https://www.facebook.com/rugbyfactory.tv/ https://www.instagram.com/rugbyfactory.tv/ Get to know filmmaker Patrick Guthrie: RugbyTown focuses on new opportunities for elite athletes who were rejected by the NFL, by offering them a new path to being a professional athlete and representing the United States internationally in a new sport. The show features the players transformation as they learn, fail and succeed, both on and off the field. Season 1 & Season 2 both consist of ten (10) half-hour episodes, cleared worldwide. Season 1 @ 2 are available in UHD 4K. The music used was scored for the RugbyTown series, with original music that is cleared worldwide. RugbyTown has been licensed for distribution in Oceana on ESPN, in South Africa on SuperSport, in the UK on BT Sport, in LATAM on DirecTV, plus other territories globally. You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
Oregon Coast Visitors Association recently reported that 90% of the seafood eaten on the Oregon coast comes from somewhere else. So the OCVA is mounting a campaign to encourage more local consumption of seafood, to reduce carbon consumption and increase local jobs. Marcus Hinz is Executive Director of the OCVA, joined by Max Valentine, Human Rights expert and the Campaign Director, Illegal Fishing and Transparancy, for Oceana.
El comercio electrónico es un gran productor de plásticos no reutilizables debido a los envoltorios que utiliza. La ONG Oceana viene estudiando el impacto de este fenómeno, en especial en la Ciudad de México ya que representa el 30% de todo el comercio electrónico en el país. Carmen Aristegui charla con Nick Leopold, gerente de la campaña Plásticos en Oceana, sobre esta iniciativa.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad
En entrevista con Óscar Palacios en ausencia de Ana Francisca Vega, en la Tercera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Georgina Aldana, Directora de Oceana en México, habló de estudio revela que a 1 de cada 3 consumidores les dan tilapia o tiburón por bacalao.
Chef Deseree (Dez)'s culinary journey started after working in the finance sector in New York City in the early 2000s, before deciding to pursue a lifelong passion for cooking that had been simmering on the back burner for years. She came by it honestly – her culinary desire was instilled in her at an early age while growing up in a multigenerational family of talented home cooks in Taiwan and eating at night markets and street stands with friends. She went back to her roots, enrolled at the French Culinary Institute and from there embarked on a decade-long career that saw her hone her skills and climb the culinary ladder at some top New York City restaurants, including La Grenouille, Oceana and Locanda Verde. She moved to Vancouver, Canada in 2016 and stepped into the role of Executive Sous Chef at CinCin Ristorante + Bar, before joining the team at Old Bird as its opening chef in 2020 and then moving on to the role as executive chef and sales director at Fresh Ideas Start Here (FISH) during the pandemic. Chef Dez most recently competed on season 10 of Top Chef Canada and finished as runner-up. She is now the Head Chef at Blank Canvas Catering with the Joseph Richard Group. Join us as we chat about growing up internationally, international schools, family, following your passions, dreaming big, age being just a number, cooking, food, guilty pleasures, culture, people, competition, and of course, Top Chef Canada Season 10! Dez can be reached at: Email- email@example.com Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/dez.lo.9 Instagram-chefdezlo benthere.org #dreambig #globalliving #thirdculture #nyc #taipei #hongkong #vancouvercanada #canada #chef #topchefcanada #ageisjustanumber #cheflife #growingupglobal #dowhatyoulove #family #chosenfamily #taipeiamericanschool #cooking #followyourheart Show less --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ben-voegele7/support
At the Podium with Patrick Huey
Now I Lay Me Down to SleepMillions of little children have said this prayer on their knees at bedtime. Eyes closed. Fingers and palms gently intertwined under their chins. Parents lovingly watching from a slight distance. Perhaps allowing the child her first taste of intellectual and spiritual freedom. A melancholic freedom. A lamentation, because you are talking to the Lord about your death and the care of your soul, after all. But what is death? In Hamlet, Shakespeare describes it as a prison house with tales that freeze the blood and can make your hair stand on end. An undiscovered country filled with will-puzzling terrors from which no traveler returns. The Psalmists in Psalms 23 describe it as the journey through a valley in the Judean Desert Wilderness on the road to Jericho. The Valley of the Shadow of Death. Metaphorically walking through a troubled and dark time, but having no fear because God is with you, fighting the slings and arrows that come your way. Carl Jung's view of death is that of a destination for the second half of life; an instinctual, inevitable goal, not a state to be feared or denied. Oceana Swayer has a unique and highly developed view of what death and dying is. As she says of her role as an End-of-Life Doula and author of the unexpected book Life, Death, Grief & the Possibility of Pleasure, “The work I do… is essentially a role that is associated with the person who is actually dying, no one else, just the person who's dying. And the job in that role is to make sure that they are having the kind of death that they want to have and that's it. That's all there is… and that's a lot.” Having been witness to so many souls at they transition from life into death, her view of death isn't tied up in the culture wars of religion or the haggling of heirs over who gets what China sets. Missing from her work are platitudes and uncomfortable sympathies. She talks in surprising terms about the sensuality and the pleasure of death as the portal opens, time suspends, and the dying becomes the dead.In her final analysis, death is a moment for the dying to be seen. It is their moment of truth. A truth that allows for the generation of more creativity and yes life. For how we live is a harbinger of how we will surely die. What is on the other side of that remains the domain of the poets and the saints. For more information contact Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
01. Discoplex - Come Back (Record Mix) 02. Calvin Harris, Benny Blanco - I Found You (Record Mix) 03. Ian Carey, Michelle Shellers, Manyfew, Joe Stone - Keep On Rising (Record Mix) 04. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 05. Armin Van Buuren, James Newman - Slow Lane (Record Mix) 06. Imanbek, Jay Sean - Gone (Da Da Da) (Record Mix) 07. Oliver Heldens, Riton, Vula - Turn Me On (Record Mix) 08. Gaullin - Moonlight (Record Mix) 09. Alle Farben, Pollyanna - Let It Rain Down (Record Mix) 10. Tujamo - Better Safe Than Sorry (Record Mix) 11. Toby Romeo, Leony - Crazy Love (Record Mix) 12. The Giver, Nyelo, Omix Zam - Hold It Back (Record Mix) 13. David Guetta, Becky Hill, Ella Henderson - Crazy What Love Can Do (Record Mix) 14. Anthony Keyrouz - Love Yourself (Record Mix) 15. Swanky Tunes, Jeddak - Angels (Love Is the Answer) (Record Mix) 16. Harrison - Touch Me (Record Mix) 17. Maruv, Boosin - Drunk Groove (Record Mix) 18. Kddk - Heartbreaker (Record Mix) 19. Mk, Carla Monroe - 2AM (Record Mix) 20. Danny Avila, Ekko City - Bleeding Love (Record Mix) 21. Dj Dimixer, Serge Legran, Murana, Harddope - It's a Fine Day (Record Mix) 22. Minelli - MMM (Record Mix) 23. Modjo - Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (Record Mix) 24. Avicii - Levels (Record Mix) 25. Tungevaag, Sick Individuals, Philip Strand - With My Friends (Record Mix) 26. Tiesto - The Business (Record Mix) 27. Martin Jensen, Fastboy - One Day (Record Mix) 28. Alok, Sofi Tukker, Inna - It Don't Matter (Record Mix) 29. Arc North, Cour, New Beat Order, Lunis - Faded (Record Mix) 30. Gorgon City, Romans - Saving My Life (Record Mix) 31. Rave Republic, Triple M, Blanee - Played A Live (The Bongo Song) (Record Mix) 32. Sllash & Doppe - Off My Mind (Record Mix) 33. Atb, Topic, A7S - Your Love (9PM) (Record Mix) 34. Jealous Friend, Bastien - To The Moon And Back (Record Mix) 35. Michael Calfan - Treasured Soul (Record Mix) 36. Jay Vegas - Take Me Away (Record Mix) 37. Chico Rose, 71 Digits - Somebody's Watching Me (Record Mix) 38. Robin Schulz, David Guetta - On Repeat (Record Mix) 39. Giorgio Gee, Micah, Cmagic5 - 1, 2 Step (Record Mix) 40. Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa - One Kiss (Record Mix) 41. Fabiasco, Perfect Pitch - Shut Up (Record Mix) 42. Joel Corry, Tom Grennan - Lionheart (Fearless) (Record Mix) 43. Twocolors - Heavy Metal Love (Record Mix) 44. Nelly Furtado, Quarterhead - All Good Things (Come To An End) (Record Mix) 45. Drove, Discrete, Tudor - Some Kind Of Love (Record Mix) 46. Purple Disco Machine, Sophie & The Giants, Denis F - In The Dark (Record Mix) 47. Chris Lake, Laura V - Changes (Record Mix) 48. Rihanna - Don't Stop the Music (Record Mix) 49. Alma, Denis First - Summer Really Hurt Us (Record Mix) 50. Gaullin - Just Dance (Record Mix) 51. Anna Naklab, Younotus, Alle Farben - Supergirl (Record Mix) 52. Oneil, Smola - Addicted (Record Mix) 53. Sean Finn - Love and Pride (Record Mix) 54. Tobtok, Fubu, Kate Wild, Tom Hall - Freak Like Me (Record Mix) 55. C-Bool - Never Go Away (Record Mix) 56. Moti, Lolo Rachelle - Summertime Sadness (Record Mix) 57. Gayle, The Wild - abc (Record Mix) 58. Vize, Laniia - Stars (Record Mix) 59. Ben Delay - I Never Felt So Right (Record Mix) 60. Robby Ruini, Jonk & Spook - I Want Your Love (Record Mix) 61. Alok, Ella Eyre, Kenny Dope, Never Dull - Deep Down (Record Mix) 62. Tiesto, Karol G - Don't Be Shy (Record Mix) 63. Minelli, R3Hab - Deep Sea (Record Mix) 64. Avicii, Nicky Romero - I Could Be The One (Record Mix) 65. Inna, Melon, Dance Fruits Music - Hello Hello (Record Mix) 66. Raffaella Papa - Let It Go (Record Mix) 67. Stefy De Cicco, Ben Hamilton, Martin Jensen - Day 'N' Nite (Record Mix) 68. Sigala, Becky Hill - Wish You Well (Record Mix) 69. Ofenbach, Fabich - Dip It Low (Record Mix) 70. Diplo, Sidepiece - On My Mind (Record Mix) 71. Sam Feldt, Lucas & Steve - Summer on You (Record Mix) 72. Whiteout, Depdramez, Mitti - Now You're Gone (Record Mix) 73. Twocolors - Bloodstream (Record Mix) 74. Player & Remady - No Superstar (Record Mix) 75. Klaas, Marc Korn - Zombie (Record Mix) 76. Cavi - Give Good Love (Record Mix) 77. Calvin Harris, Rag'N'Bone Man - Giant (Record Mix) 78. Robin Schulz, Tom Walker - Sun Will Shine (Record Mix) 79. Lf System, David Guetta, Dyro - Afraid To Feel (Record Mix) 80. Dr Kucho!, Gregor Salto, Oliver Heldens - Can't Stop Playing (Record Mix) 81. Metaboy - Candy Shop (Record Mix) 82. Bastard! - Don't stop the party (Record Mix) 83. Keanu Silva, Jhn Mcfly, Marissa - Stranger (Record Mix) 84. Tiesto, Ava Max - The Motto (Record Mix) 85. Kyle Walker, Max Styler - Memories Of You (Record Mix) 86. Bodybangers, Lotus - Yeah (Record Mix) 87. Lost Culture, Morfi, Carine - Lean On (Record Mix) 88. Firebeatz - Don't Stop Moving (Record Mix) 89. Block & Crown, Cahunas - Boyz Boyz (Record Mix) 90. Duke Dumont - Won't Look Back (Record Mix) 91. Harry Styles, Denis First - As It Was (Record Mix) 92. Jonas Blue, Leon - Hear Me Say (Record Mix) 93. Timmy Trumpet, Afrojack - Stay Mine (Record Mix) 94. Elley Duhe, Denis First - Middle of the Night (Record Mix) 95. Triplo Max - I Wanna Love You (Record Mix) 96. Lykke Li, The Magician - I Follow Rivers (Record Mix) 97. Drama, Tensnake - Don't Hold Back (Record Mix) 98. Olivia Addams, Denis First - Fool Me Once (Record Mix) 99. Slipmatt, Sol Brothers, Jodi - Zipped Up (Going Back To My Roots) (Record Mix) 100. Michael Gray - The Weekend (Record Mix) 101. Topic, A7S - Kernkraft 400 (A Better Day) (Record Mix) 102. Imanbek, Dvbbs - Ocean of Tears (Record Mix) 103. Nadia Ali, Starkillers, Alex Kenji, Alesso - Pressure (Record Mix) 104. Cat Dealers, Lothief, Santti - Sunshine (Record Mix) 105. Tove Lo, Denis First - How Long (Record Mix) 106. Anton Powers, Joe Stone - Do Me Right (Record Mix) 107. Alok, Hugel, Amber Van Day - I Don't Wanna Talk (Record Mix) 108. Yves V, Sevek - Same Man (Record Mix) 109. Ferreck Dawn, Jem Cooke - Back Tomorrow (Record Mix) 110. Stadiumx, Sebastian Wibe, Moti, Mingue - We Are Life (Record Mix) 111. Beatmount, Oneil - Heads Will Roll (Record Mix) 112. Deepaim, Rocco - On The Move (Can't Let You Go) (Record Mix) 113. Renomty, Smola, Aaron Kaye - Stereo Love (Record Mix) 114. David Guetta, Mistajam, John Newman - If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know) (Record Mix) 115. Armin Van Buuren, Maia Wright - One More Time (Record Mix) 116. Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding - Outside (Record Mix) 117. Niiko, Swae, Jrm - Save Me (Record Mix) 118. Don Diablo - Momentum (Record Mix) 119. Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, Twocolors - Girl Like Me (Record Mix) 120. Tungevaag, Kid Ink, Gabry Ponte - Ride With Me (Record Mix) 121. Consoul Trainin, Steven Aderinto - Obsession (Record Mix) 122. Rompasso, Bandana - Insanity (Record Mix) 123. Murdbrain, Theajsound, Rachel Morgan Perry - Save Me (Record Mix) 124. Ross Couch - Vibe (Record Mix) 125. Going Deeper - Broken (Record Mix) 126. Meysta, Bersage, Haluna - Salt (Record Mix) 127. Rain Radio, Dj Craig Gorman - Talk About (Record Mix) 128. Ed Sheeran, Marc Benjamin, Chemical Neon - Bad Habits (Record Mix) 129. Morganj, Sash Sings, Voost - Burnin' (Record Mix) 130. Riton, Nightcrawlers, Mufasa, Hypeman - Friday (Record Mix) 131. Acraze, Goodboys - Believe (Record Mix) 132. Killteq, D.Hash, Vallhee - I Like It (Record Mix) 133. Luca Debonaire - Falling Down (Record Mix) 134. Farruko, Robin Schulz - Pepas (Record Mix) 135. Crystal Waters, Never Dull'S - GYPSY IN MY MIND (Record Mix) 136. Ofenbach, Fast Boy - Love Me Now (Record Mix) 137. Klangkarussell, Denis First - Home (Record Mix) 138. Oceana, Bodybangers - Endless Summer (Record Mix) 139. Ultra Nate, Icona Pop - You're Free (Record Mix) 140. Dutchican Soul, Yogi - Be Funky (Record Mix) 141. Saint Jhn, Imanbek - Roses (Record Mix) 142. Adam Lambert - Ghost Town (Record Mix) 143. Hook N Sling, Galantis, Karen Harding - The Best (Record Mix) 144. Dzeko, Torres, Tiesto - L'Amour Toujours (Record Mix)
On this episode I chat with Josh Sharkey. Josh Sharkey is the founder and CEO of meez, the recipe tool for professional chefs. He is an entrepreneur, chef, and restaurant operator with over 20 years of experience in the industry at restaurants like Oceana, Tabla, Bouley and Cafe Gray. After more than a decade cooking in Michelin-starred kitchens, he opened Bark Hot Dogs in 2009, which earned numerous accolades in the fast casual space. Sharkey spent five years as the Chief Operating Officer of Aurify Brands (Melt Shop, The Little Beet, Little Beet Table, Fields Good Chicken, and Le Pain Quotidien) before launching meez to the public in late 2020 following more than two years of development. Since then, meez has partnered with renowned groups and concepts, including José Andrés' ThinkFoodGroup, Jean-Georges Restaurants by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, fast-casual favorite Mulberry & Vine, and local staple BKLYN Larder. During the pandemic, Josh used meez's technology to create Recipes for Relief, an initiative that made interactive recipes available for purchase with 100% of proceeds supporting restaurant relief. In 2021, the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) became the first culinary school to be powered by meez. Josh believes in building technology with domain empathy, ensuring software always conforms to how we operate, and fervently focusing on the finer details. We talk about startups, funding, the importance of recipes, accessibility of tech in the food industry, food tech and much more. Link to meez: https://www.getmeez.com?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=linecook Link to Josh's socials: https://www.instagram.com/joshlsharkey/ https://www.instagram.com/getmeez/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/getmeez/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-sharkey-406965b/ Check out the Line Cook Thoughts newsletter at linecookthoughts.com
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