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In this episode we explore the gruesome ritual of body snatching. In the 1800's when medical colleges needed cadavers to dissect, they would frequently turn to clandestine groups of men and women, frequently called restrictionists, who would provide them with fresh bodies. Usually operating under the cover of darkness. they would often dig up graves to secure the bodies. Join us as we welcome our special guest, Doug Hullet, a local historian, to learn more about this frequently used practice. Also joining us is local historian Maria Dade. Please check other podcast episodes like this at: https://www.ohiomysteries.com/ Mike hosts a Facebook page called "Too Late for Autographs" and explores people and their stories with Ohio ties that have passed away: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1469825446606552/?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_seen&multi_permalinks=3474200626169014 Dan hosts a Youtube Channel called: Ohio History and Haunts where he explores historical and dark places around Ohio: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj5x1eJjHhfyV8fomkaVzsA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's been nearly 10 months since the derailment of a Norfolk Southern freight train and the subsequent “controlled release” and burnoff of toxic vinyl chloride changed life forever for the residents of East Palestine, Ohio. While the media, politicians, and the public have largely moved on, people living in and around East Palestine have been abandoned by Norfolk Southern, by their state and federal governments, and left to rot in the toxic fallout. We cannot forget about them. In September of this year, Max was invited to the Harvard Law School to participate in an all-day event titled "Storytelling for Justice—East Palestine," where he conducted a live Working People interview with Chris and Jessica Albright, two residents of East Palestine whose lives have been turned upside down by the derailment. After recording and publishing that live show, we've kept in touch with the Albrights as they and their family continue to do whatever they can to pick up the pieces after Norfolk Southern shattered the life they knew before Feb. 3. In this episode, we talk once again with Chris and Jessica about their lives before the derailment, and about the hell they've been living through ever since. Additional links/info below… GoFundMe: Help Albright Family Recover from Train Disaster Emily Baumgaertner, The New York Times, "One Family's Toxic Train Wreck Ordeal: Illness, Exile and Debt" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "The US Government Has Abandoned East Palestine" Maximillian Alvarez, "East Palestine Residents Still Need Help—the Labor Movement Should Be an Ally" Savage Joy Marie Mann, "My Full Recording of Meeting with Mark Durno of the East Palestine EPA" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "East Palestine Residents Still Need Help—the Labor Movement Should Be an Ally" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "East Palestine, 100 Days Later" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "East Palestine Residents Have Been Left Behind—and They're Running Out of Water" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "East Palestine, Ohio: A Hell of Wall Street's Making" Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "'This Was Preventable': Railroad Workers Explain How Wall St. Caused the East Palestine Derailment" Maximillian Alvarez, Breaking Points, "Rail Worker EXPOSES Ohio Disaster COVERUP" Mike L., The Real News Network, "A Carman's Perspective on the East Palestine Derailment and the Railroad Industry as a Whole" Al Jazeera English, "What's Behind Train Derailments in the US? | Fault Lines Documentary" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music... Jules Taylor, "Working People" Theme Song
In March of 2009, a 911 call came in from a young girl whose house in Stow, Ohio was engulfed in flames. Immediately police knew this fire was no accident. But upon further investigation there was much more to be discovered. Dateline S28:E44 https://thecinemaholic.com/where-is-scott-purk-now/ (https://thecinemaholic.com/where-is-scott-purk-now/) https://heavy.com/entertainment/2020/09/scott-purk-sentence-trial-meg-purk/ (https://heavy.com/entertainment/2020/09/scott-purk-sentence-trial-meg-purk/) https://www.oxygen.com/exhumed/crime-news/scott-purk-caught-for-murder-of-margaret-meg-purk-by-exhumation (https://www.oxygen.com/exhumed/crime-news/scott-purk-caught-for-murder-of-margaret-meg-purk-by-exhumation) https://meaww.com/ohio-man-convicted-pregnant-wife-murder-brought-up-death-house-burning-down-24-years-later-suicide (https://meaww.com/ohio-man-convicted-pregnant-wife-murder-brought-up-death-house-burning-down-24-years-later-suicide) https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/news/local/2015/05/07/husband-scott-purk-charged-with/10631017007/ (https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/news/local/2015/05/07/husband-scott-purk-charged-with/10631017007/) https://www.sportskeeda.com/pop-culture/dateline-unforgettable-where-scott-purk-now (https://www.sportskeeda.com/pop-culture/dateline-unforgettable-where-scott-purk-now) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We'll talk with a union president about why his group is making the case for slowing, or stopping, the march toward autonomous vehicles. Also, for those who start their own trucking businesses, paperwork becomes a very big part of life. And a big part of that paperwork involves taxes and the record-keeping needed to file them. Then, a bill in Florida would further restrict left lane use. State legislative expert Keith Goble discusses that – as well as two states looking at move-over rules. 0:00 – Newscast 10:07 – Union: Slow down the march toward autonomous vehicles 24:50 – Record-keeping is vital to success 39:29 – Florida may further restrict left lane use
We are late, but back! Life has be lifing and we open up on the trajectory of the show and why our consistency has been in the crapper. Our news nugs is filled with lots of information such as; Ohio goes legal but the state has some concerns and already wants regulations. Loophole products fill the market and may be convenient for those in illegal states, but what is really in them and how can we trust them? For smoking socials we discuss Snoop Dogg and his break, we totally thought he was going to start selling edibles ya'll In Florida news we get further proof that Cannabis will be on the ballot for voting in the upcoming elections. Our interview is with Megan the Trusted Cannanurse and she gives us lots of useful information about low does use during pregnancy, why we should be weary of hemp derived products, and how she became the Trusted Cannnurse. We hope you enjoy the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/potsmokingmoms/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/potsmokingmoms/support
Negotiations are underway to keep an extended truce between Israel and Hamas in place. Two House lawmakers put forward a resolution to remove New York Rep. George Santos. An internal investigation has cleared Akron, Ohio police officers accused of fatally shooting a 25-year-old Black man last year. Warren Buffet's long-time friend and business partner, Charlie Munger, has died. Lastly, Sports Illustrated is facing backlash over its AI-generated articles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12 hostages released in latest exchange according to the IDF; Jimmy Carter attends memorial service for wife of 77 years, Rosalynn Carter; Heavy lake effect snow hits from Ohio to western New York. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
C&R have a fun "Chose Your Own Adventure" with Russell Westbrook, Jason Kelce's wife & Tony Romo! The Westbrook door turns into a great debate! Dame is at the Heat tonight! Is Jim Nantz responsible for making Tony Romo's Dolly Parton analysis creepy? Then the focus is on a strange habit. "Unc," Shannon Sharpe revealed that he brushes his teeth around 7 times per day & goes through 1 tube of toothpaste per week! The guys react. 'SHOWTIME MAHOMES TRIVIA' wakes up your NFL brain & gives love to Ohio! Plus, what is Mark Cuban up to?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Covino & Rich wrap up their Tony Romo/Dolly Parton conversation & focus in on a strange habit. They talk Bucks/Heat with a see-what-you-could-of-had-with-Dame game tonight! "Unc," Shannon Sharpe revealed that he brushes his teeth around 7 times per day & goes through a tube of toothpaste per week! The guys react. 'SHOWTIME MAHOMES TRIVIA' wakes up your NFL brain & gives love to Ohio! Mark Cuban is doing what? Plus, Rich shares what his dog & car have something in common.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thomas Pennel joins me today for Part 2 of our four-part series, where we dive into the benefits of different supplements A-Z. Today, we cover Citrus Bergamot, Collagen Support, Co Q10, the Core Restore Liver Detox Program, Cystastatin, DHEA, DIM, D Ribose, Vitamin D, Digestive Support, Enzyme Support, ViroBind, and fish oil. Please let me know if there is a supplement or product we did not cover that you want to learn more about. What DIM helps and supports: Fibroids and cysts Breast health Ovarian and uterine health Prostate health Colon health Thomas Pennel's Bio: Thomas Pennel is an Account Executive who works in the supplement and nutrition space for Ortho Molecular Products. After receiving a degree in Integrative Biology from the University of Illinois, a little health scare with his now fiancé gave him his first interaction with functional medicine. Seeing first-hand how functional medicine impacted her life drove him to seek out professional nutrition companies for the opportunity to work with providers and help shape patient care. He has worked with over 1000 clinics across the Midwest, including a wide array of practitioners, clinics, and pharmacies. He has previously worked with practices across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania and now resides in Iowa, where he currently works with over 400 active practices. He uses his experience to help providers consult and bring functional medicine to their patients with a strong focus on improving clinical outcomes. In this episode: Where does Thomas source his products? (1:34) Where Tomas gets his Berberine (2:06) How to tell whether a supplement is good or not (4:10) Why is Collagen Support different and better? (5:38) What is Coenzyme Q10? (9:05) The benefits of the Core Restore program (11:30) What is Cystastatin used for? (15:29) What is DHEA, and why is it important? (16:46) The three pathways estrogens metabolise through (19:46) What happens when your Vitamin D levels are low? (22:02) How Digestive Support differs from Enzyme Support (25:34) The benefits of Enviro Bind (27:46) The benefits of fish oil and Omega 3s (32:44) Follow Your Longevity Blueprint On Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast Guest Social Media Links: Thomas Pennel on LinkedIn Relative links for this show: Go to my website and use the code thanks 10 for a 10% discount on any supplement mentioned in today's show
Welcome to another exciting episode of the Ones Ready podcast! This week, we have a special guest that's bound to inspire and motivate you – Air Force Lt Col Anthony "Blitz" Norman, a true American hero and F16 fighter pilot hailing from the heart of Ohio. From a young child with big dreams to a seasoned pilot with a decorated career, Lt Col Norman's journey is nothing short of remarkable.Join our host, Peaches, as he sits down with Blitz for an hour of captivating conversation that spans across multiple decades of service, world travels, and combat deployments. Whether you're an aspiring Air Force special operator, a future pilot, or simply someone striving to become a better leader and understand yourself better, the lessons learned by Tomahawk 1 are invaluable.Get ready to be inspired and gain insights that apply to not just military aspirants but anyone seeking personal and professional growth. Don't miss this episode – it's packed with wisdom and stories that will leave you motivated and hungry for success!Tune in now and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you never miss an episode of the Ones Ready podcast.
In this episode, Tudor welcomes Mehek Cooke, a Republican strategist and attorney, to discuss the current immigration crisis, the state of the border, and the increase in violent protests. They criticize the Biden administration for the lack of progress in securing the border and the increase in illegal activities such as human trafficking and drug trafficking. The conversation then shifts to the topic of abortion laws and the need for common sense restrictions. They also discuss the importance of standing up for oneself, the American dream, and the significance of spending quality time with family. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Tudor welcomes Mehek Cooke, a Republican strategist and attorney, to discuss the current immigration crisis, the state of the border, and the increase in violent protests. They criticize the Biden administration for the lack of progress in securing the border and the increase in illegal activities such as human trafficking and drug trafficking. The conversation then shifts to the topic of abortion laws and the need for common sense restrictions. They also discuss the importance of standing up for oneself, the American dream, and the significance of spending quality time with family. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TIMESTAMPS:00:00:01 - Intro00:00:42 - Best vs Best!00:06:23 - Live Call-In Show00:08:29 - UGA/gt Atmosphere00:14:48 - Shoutout to Rod Dawg!00:15:47 - Peach State Pride00:17:01 - Weekly Concession Stands Report00:24:06 - Clark's Fun Facts00:33:15 - UGA Offense vs tech00:43:19 - UGA Defense vs tech00:51:45 - UGA Special Teams vs tech00:56:14 - Beatdown in Eugene00:57:13 - First Playoff Game00:59:47 - Big Blue Upset01:01:09 - Instant Classic!01:02:24 - Gator = Chopped01:03:28 - Offensive Juggernaut01:05:32 - PAC 12 Championship01:06:37 - BIG 12 Championship01:07:38 - ACC Championship01:09:09 - B1G Championship01:11:03 - UGA/Bama Trivia01:18:18 - SECCG Preview01:42:11 - THIS IS A BLESSING! SUPPORT OUR PODCAST: For just $5/month, you can support our podcast & unlock exclusive perks. Visit https://www.patreon.com/rowsixty & join today! CONNECT WITH US:Patreon: patreon.com/rowsixtyFacebook: facebook.com/rowsixtyInstagram: instagram.com/rowsixty/TikTok: tiktok.com/@rowsixtyYouTube: youtube.com/rowsixtyWebsite: rowsixty.comStore: rowsixty.com/storeVisit: peachstatepride.com
“Didn't I say Japan is fly?”—David LettermanFeaturing, in order of appearance: Mo Amer, Michelle Wolf, David LettermanContains music by Wiener Philharmoniker (Symphony No.7 in A Major, Op. 92), conducted by Carlos Kleiber.Recorded in Ohio, Summer 2020. Originally published in June of 2021.Executive Produced by Talib Kweli, yasiin bey, Dave Chappelle, Noah Gersh, Jamie Schefman, Nick Panama, Kenzi Wilbur, and Miles HodgesProduced by Noah Gersh and Jamie Schefman for SALTProduction Manager: Liz LeMayRecording Engineer: Federico LopezRecording Engineer: Adrián Bruque for NPNDAssistant Editors: Danny Carissimi and Noah Kowalski Senior Sound Designer: Russell TopalTranscription Supervisor: Sam BeasleyMixer: Jordan GalvanPodcast Artwork: Rachel EckStill Photography: Mathieu BittonThe Midnight Miracle is a Luminary Original Podcast in partnership with Pilot Boy Productions and SALT.Special thanks to Paul Adongo, Cipriano Beredo, Elaine Chappelle, Ivy Davy, Rikki Hughes, Kyle Ranson-Walsh, Sina Sadighi, Mark Silverstein, and Carla Sims.Photography made available courtesy of Pilot Boy Productions, Inc. Copyright © 2021 by Pilot Boy Productions, Inc., all rights reserved.
Democratic strategist James Carville tells us how Biden can win back the voters he's lost. Rep. Shontel Brown tells us about what she sees in her district in Ohio. 'Survival of the Richest' author Doug Rushkoff talks about Elon Musk's latest chaos.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Reluctant and Faithful 2004 alumnus Philip Miller never wanted to serve as a pastor, and now, he's serving in one of the most high-profile pulpits in America. Philip began serving as senior pastor at The Moody Church in downtown Chicago in July 2020. He follows in the footsteps of 16 legendary men of God, including long-time Cedarville friend and guest chapel speaker Dr. Warren Wiersbe, whose personal library is housed in the Warren and Betty Wiersbe Library and Reading Room at the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies. Philip's first inclination was not ministry. His grandfather served as a pastor, and the struggles he faced caused Philip to pause. He resisted the Lord's urgings toward ministry as a high schooler, but he was moved toward his calling during his undergraduate days at Cedarville. While here, he met his wife, Krista, who is also a 2004 graduate. Philip graduated from Cedarville and pursued further training at Dallas Theological Seminary. He was ordained at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas, in 2010. From 2013 to last year, he served at Westwood Baptist Church in Olympia, Washington. “Cedarville has a special place in my heart because it's where I was first grounded in the Bible in terms of my education,” he shared with Cedarville University public relations in 2020. “This is God's story. He is the author and perfecter of our lives and histories. We're just looking forward to the adventure!” https://share.transistor.fm/s/79f3500f
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This week we're bringing you a special episode from the Embedded series 'All the Only Ones.' The series looks at the history of trans youth next to the realities experienced by trans youth today. In this episode, we meet Parker, a senior in high school in Columbus, Ohio. Parker is a top field hockey athlete, but as a trans person, he is faced with making a difficult decision: either pursuing his dreams as a D1 trans field hockey player in college next year, or pursuing his dreams of starting hormone replacement therapy, which could get him banned from playing. We also meet two historical trans youth of the 1960s, Vicky and Donna, both facing barriers to getting the care and treatment they need after repeatedly looking for help.
In this episode, Nathan interviews recent Italian resident Darren "Stevenson" Lumley, a nurse practitioner and native of Ohio in the USA, who moved to Milan with his partner who works in the city. Vera shares fascinating details about the region of Lombardia where she was born and raised. Enjoy!
A federal study shows that last year, nearly half of healthcare workers reported they often feel burned out. Research suggests nurses are especially vulnerable and that can impact the care they provide. In collaboration with the Global Health Reporting Center and with support from the Pulitzer Center, Stephanie Sy reports from Columbus, Ohio, for our series, Critical Care: The Future of Nursing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Nov. 21. It dropped for free subscribers on Nov. 28. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, and to support independent ski journalism, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription. You can also subscribe to the free tier below:WhoBrandon Swartz, General Manager of Attitash Mountain Resort, New HampshireRecorded onNovember 6, 2023About AttitashClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Vail ResortsLocated in: Bartlett, New HampshireYear founded: 1964Pass affiliations:* Epic Pass: unlimited access* Epic Local Pass: unlimited access* Northeast Value Pass: unlimited access* Northeast Midweek Pass: unlimited midweek access* Epic Day Pass: 1 to 7 days of access with all resorts, 32-resorts, and 22-resorts tiersClosest neighboring ski areas: Black Mountain (:14), Cranmore (:16), Wildcat (:23), Bretton Woods (:28), King Pine (:35), Pleasant Mountain (:45), Mt. Eustis (:49), Cannon (:49), Loon (1:04), Sunday River (1:04), Mt. Abram (1:07)Base elevation: 600 feetSummit elevation: 2,350 feet at the top of Attitash PeakVertical drop: 1,750 feetSkiable Acres: 311-plusAverage annual snowfall: 120 inchesTrail count: 68 (27% most difficult, 44% intermediate, 29% novice)Lift count: 8 (3 high-speed quads, 2 fixed-grip quads, 2 triples, 1 surface lift – view Lift Blog's inventory of Attitash's lift fleet)View historic Attitash trailmaps on skimap.org.Why I interviewed himAsk any casual NBA fan which player won the most championships in the modern era, and they will probably give you Michael and Scottie. Six titles, two threepeats, '91 to '93 and '96 to '98. And it would've been eight in a row had MJ not followed his spirit animal onto the baseball diamond for two summers, they might add.But they're wrong. The non-1950s-to-‘60s player with the most NBA titles is Robert Horry, Big Shot Bob, who played an important role in seven title runs with three teams: the 1994 and '95 Houston Rockets; the 2000, 2001, and 2002 Lakers; and the 2005 and '07 San Antonio Spurs. While he's not in the hall of fame (Shaq thinks he should be), and doesn't make The Athletic or Hoops Hype's top 75 lists, Stadium Talk lists Horry as one of the 25 most clutch players of all time.Attitash might be skiing's Robert Horry. Always in the halo of greatness, never the superstar. Vail Resorts is the ski area's third consecutive conglomerate owner, and the third straight that doesn't quite seem to know what to do with the place. LBO Resort Enterprises opened Bear Peak in 1994, but then seemed to forget about Attitash after the merger with American Skiing Company two years later (ASC did install the Flying Yankee detachable quad in 1998). Peak Resorts picked Attitash out of ASC's rubbish bin in 2007, then mostly let the place languish for a decade before chopping down the Top Notch double chair in 2018 with no explanation. That left no redundant route to the top of Attitash peak, which became a problem when the Summit Triple dropped dead for most of the 2018-19 ski season. Rather than replace the lift, Peak repaired it, then handed the spruced-up-but-still-hated machine off to Vail Resorts, along with the rest of its portfolio, that summer.Like someone who inherits a jam-packed storage bin from a distant strange relative, Vail spent a couple of years just staring at all the boxes, uncertain what was in them and kind of afraid to look. Those first few winters, which corresponded with Covid, labor shortages, and supply-chain issues, weren't great ones at Attitash. A general sense of dysfunction reigned: snowmaking lagged, lifts opened late in the season or not at all, generic corporate statements thanked the hardworking teams without acknowledging the mountain's many urgent shortcomings. As it was picking through the storage unit, Vail made the strange decision of stacking the New Hampshire box next to the Midwest boxes, effectively valuing Attitash and long-suffering sister resort Wildcat – both with 2,000-ish-foot vertical drops and killer terrain – on the same day-pass tier as 240-foot Mad River, Ohio and 35-acre Snow Creek, Missouri. Anyone committed to arguing against absentee ownership of New England ski areas had a powerful exhibit A with Attitash.Then, last year, Vail opened the Attitash box. And instead of the Beanie Baby collection and Battle of Hamburger Hill commemorative coins that the company expected to find, they pulled out a stack of Microsoft stock certificates from the 1986 IPO. And they were like, “Well now, these might be worth something.”So they got to work. The company improved snowmaking. They replaced the 49-year-old East/West double-double with a brand-new fixed-grip quad. They raised the companywide minimum wage to $20 an hour, well above average for New Hampshire, helping Attitash staff up and resemble a functioning business. Then, this summer, they finally did it: demolished the wickedly inefficient Summit Triple and replaced it with a glimmering high-speed quad.Of course, in true Attitash fashion, the Mountaineer, as the new lift is called, was the last of 60-plus 2023 lift projects in North America to fly towers. But the chair will be open this winter, and it should reset the mountain's rap. Whether Mountaineer will finally push the resort's reputation and stature to match its burly vertical drop and trail count remains to be seen. Ski's readers did not list Attitash on their top 20 eastern ski areas for 2023. Z Rankings lists the mountain 28th in the East.Unlike NBA players, ski areas' careers span generations. In this way, they're more like the franchises themselves. Sometimes the Lakers have Magic or Kobe, and in some eras, well, they don't. Attitash just went a few decades without a franchise player. They may have finally drafted one. This is a top-20 New England ski area that may finally be ready to act like it.What we talked aboutThe overdue death of the Attitash triple; the story behind the “Mountaineer” lift name; why a high-speed quad was the right replacement lift; take the train to the mountain; what happened to the lift tower that Flying Yankee and Summit Triple shared; expansion opportunities off Attitash Peak; other alignments the ski area considered for Mountaineer; why and where Attitash moved the Mountaineer lift load station; the circa-Peak Resorts Mount Snow intelligentsia; Vail's culture of internal development and promotion; the unique challenges of running Attitash in a very crowded neighborhood; the Attitash-Wildcat combo; the Progression Quad replacement for the East/West double-double; considering Bear Peak's lift fleet; why glades disappeared from Attitash's trailmap, and why they're back; whether the old Top Notch double chair line could ever enter the official trail network; snowmaking upgrades; how big of an impact the $20-an-hour minimum wage had on Attitash; employee housing; Northeast-specific Epic Passes; and the Epic Day Pass.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewThe Mountaineer, of course. For 30 years, successive owners have insisted that Attitash Peak was incompatible with a high-speed quad: too much capacity feeding too few trails from a lift that would cost too much to build.Well, Vail built it. So Swartz and I discuss why, after saying no for so long, mom finally bought us our expensive toy. I won't get into that here, because that's what the podcast is for, but I will make this point: there is a dirt-stupid but persistent narrative that Vail Resorts doesn't care about its eastern properties, and only bought them to entice monied New Englanders to its western trophies. But, nearly seven years after entering the region with the surprise purchase of Stowe, Vail has done plenty to disprove that notion, launching Northeast-specific Epic Passes in 2020; installing new six-packs at Stowe, Mount Snow, and Okemo; adding high-speed quads at Attitash and Mount Snow; and moving another HSQ at Okemo. It's been a quiet but complete gut-renovation of what had been some very tired ski areas.Vail must feel, often, like it can't win. They're often framed as elitists for building too much and as cheapskates for investing too little. Social media piles on because their resorts are too busy but also because they're priced too high. I'll admit that I criticize them for making lift tickets too expensive and passes too cheap. The Mountaineer, which New England has spent two decades begging for, will likely draw criticism for overcrowding Attitash as skiers soon forget the aches and pains of the Summit Triple.Skiers can be impossible pains in the ass, no question. But Vail showed up at the steakhouse and came back to the table with the whole buffet. In the five years from 2016 to 2021, Vail purchased 29 ski areas. Prior to that, it owned just 11. That's nearly a quadrupling of size in half a decade. That would be challenging at any time. Add the Covid face-rearranging, and it was nearly impossible to digest.After several rough winters, however, Vail may be taming this herd of feral horses. They're not done yet, but things are calming down. The lift investments are helping, management is stabilizing. They still need to loosen the reigns on snowmaking outside of the West, better limit crowds on peak days, and find a less-gun-to-the-head method of incentivizing Epic Pass sales than $299 lift tickets. But Vail Resorts, as a stable entity rather than a growth monster, is beginning to gel, and Attitash symbolizes that metamorphosis as well as any mountain in the portfolio.What I got wrongWe alluded to the fact that Attitash would fly the Mountaineer towers on the day we recorded this, Nov. 6. Weather delays pushed that installation to later in the month.This isn't something I got wrong at the time, but the Epic Day Pass rates I mentioned were tier four prices. They've since increased slightly. Here are the current (and final) rates (the 22-resorts tier gets you in the door at Attitash):Why you should ski AttitashLet's continue the basketball metaphor. Who's your starting five if New Hampshire is your basketball team? Cannon makes the roster by default, a 2,180-footer with the best terrain in the state. Go ahead and fill out the roster with your other 2,000-footers: Loon, with its jungle gym of fancy upgraded lifts; Wildcat, with its Mount Washington views and high-speed top-to-bottom laps of twisted glory; and sprawling, falling Waterville Valley.So who's your number five? I'd accept arguments for gorgeous Mount Sunapee, beefy Bretton Woods, or Attitash. But as captain, I'm probably picking Attitash. Maybe not the Attitash of three years ago, but the Attitash that just got back from Chairlift Camp and can now offer a true, modern ski experience across its two mountains.But, carve away the cosmetics, and the truth is that Attitash is an incredible ski mountain. That 1,750 vertical feet is all fall line, consistent, beautiful cruisers up and down. It's not the steepest mountain, or the snowiest, or the most convenient to get to – you'll drive past Waterville and Loon and Cannon to get there (or not, Route Expert Bro; save it for your Powder DAWGZ WhatsApp chat). But from a pure, freefalling skiing point of view, it's among the best in the east. Just maybe don't show up at 11 a.m. on a Saturday.Podcast NotesOn the Top Notch DoubleI'm not sure if anyone ever really loved Attitash's Summit Triple, but the removal of the parallel Top Notch double in 2018 intensified focus on the summit lift's shortcomings. Here's where Top Notch ran (Lift 1 far looker's left):No one has ever really given me a good answer as to why former owner Peak Resorts removed that lift without a backup plan, but the timing could not have been worse – the Summit Triple suffered a series of catastrophic mechanical failures in late 2018 and early 2019, effectively shuttering the upper part of Attitash Peak for the bulk of that ski season.Anyway, once Peak removed the lift, the liftline stayed on the trailmap, suggesting that it may join the official trail network at some point:But the liftline slowly faded:This year, the old ghost line is gone completely:On the shared Flying Yankee-Attitash Summit Triple towerAn engineering quirk of the Summit Triple is that it shared a tower with the Flying Yankee high-speed quad, which crossed below the older lift:So what happened to that tower? We discuss it in the podcast.On the train from North ConwayEventually, U.S. America will have to figure out better ways to tie cities to its mountains. One of the best ways to do this is also one of the oldest: trains. Swartz and I briefly discuss the train that runs from downtown North Conway and drops you at the Attitash base. I looked into this a bit more, and unfortunately it's more of a novelty than a practical commuter service at this point. It's expensive ($40 per person roundtrip for coach), slow (the train ride takes around half an hour, compared to a 16-minute drive), and inconvenient, with the first trains arriving at the mountain around 11 a.m. and the latest one departing the mountain at 2:40. Not a great ski day, and the schedule is, for now, fairly limited, running weekends and holidays from the day after Christmas to late February. You can book rides and see details here.On the Attitash masterplanAttitash, like all ski areas that sit partially or fully on Forest Service land, is required to file an updated masterplan every so often. Unlike the highly organized western Forest Service divisions, however, which often have their ski area masterplans neatly organized online (three cheers for Colorado's White River National Forest), eastern districts rarely bother. So, while we discuss the mountain's masterplan, I couldn't find it, and the ski area couldn't readily provide it.On the Mystery of the Missing GladesCirca 2011, Attitash's trailmap called out several named glades on Bear Peak:By 2020, 10 marked glades appeared across both peaks, though Attitash had removed their names:By last season, all of them had disappeared:But this year, some (but not all) of the legacy glades, are back:What's going on? We discuss this in the podcast.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 101/100 in 2023, and number 487 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe
We welcome back Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Council/Wisconsin Family Action to catch up on the issues that affect not just Wisconsin but reverberate across the nation. The Department of Public Instruction has released report cards for Wisconsin schools and the mediocrity curve remains. We also discuss the homeschooling issue following Randi Weingarten's tone-deaf question about why the rise in homeschooling. Weingarten is president of the 2nd largest teachers' union in the nation (American Federation of Teachers). Also on the docket today is the school choice lawsuit in Wisconsin; an update on the firebombing of the WFC's office in Madison 18 months ago; the Ohio abortion referendum of November, and the satanic "holiday" tree in Ashwaubenon. Watch Stand Up For The Truth on YouTube !
Michael Citro and Chip Minnich break down Ohio State's 30-24 loss at Michigan, discuss Ryan Day as a coach and Kyle McCord as a quarterback, look around at the rest of the Big Ten results from the weekend, and check back on their preseason predictions for the Big Ten East and West standings.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2626049/advertisement
As an artist, Rick Lobdell has engraved a niche in the decorative concrete industry. Rick graduated from Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio with a BA in Fine Art and Philosophy. He then went to Savannah, Georgia where he received an MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While in graduate school, Rick worked in construction doing mostly custom tile work. In 2003 he moved to Nashville, Tennessee where he was introduced to the decorative concrete industry. Within 3 years he took over the company, Concrete Mystique Engraving, and started turning his new trade into an art form. Currently Rick is well known worldwide for his decorative concrete designs. He has had multiple articles in Concrete Décor and other national magazines, a segment on Tennessee Crossroads, Day Jobs on GAC, Lifestyles with Denise Simons, and The Concrete Show, and was invited to demonstrate his skills at the 2011 and 2013 World of Concrete's Artistry in Concrete. He has won 16 Decorative Concrete Council, and just as many local, awards over the years.www.facebook.com/concretemystiquewww.facbook.com/rick.lobdellConcrete Mystique - YouTubehttps://open.spotify.com/show/6UGbphn9vvoCvVJ7nAadL3?si=6f9caefd53604543www.concretemystique.comwww.lobdelluniverse.comHost - Trey MitchellIG - treymitchellphotographyIG - feeding_the_senses_unsensoredFB - facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848Sponsorship Information - email@example.comTheme Song - The Wanshttps://www.thewansmusic.com/https://www.facebook.com/thewansmusic/https://www.instagram.com/thewans/?hl=en
Kaitlyn Coones, a 17-year-old from Canton, Ohio, is facing charges for the murder of her boyfriend's mother, 53-year-old Nicole Jones. Coones, who disappeared from her foster home on April 11, is accused of orchestrating the murder after giving her boyfriend, Jonathan Jones, an ultimatum. On Friday, a judge ruled that Coones will be tried as an adult on charges of aggravated murder, tampering with evidence, and abuse of a corpse. The Lucas County Prosecutor's Office confirmed that Coones has been "bound over to the grand jury for further proceedings." Coones reportedly moved in with Jonathan Jones, who had a prior conviction in March related to their relationship when she was 15. Allegedly, Coones instructed Jonathan to kill his mother, believing that she disapproved of their relationship and was interfering. “Kaitlyn had told Jonathan that they needed to do something about his mother because she was preventing them from being together and she gave him five hours to do something about her, and at one point in the interview, she even mentioned killing her,” Sylvania Township Police Department Detective Jake Albright said. When Jonathan failed to carry out the act, prosecutors claim that Coones took matters into her own hands. Lucas County Prosecutor Andy Lastra alleges that she bludgeoned and strangled Nicole Jones in the kitchen using a rock. “When Nicole Jones was standing in front of the refrigerator in the kitchen, unaware of Kaitlyn's presence, she bludgeoned Nicole Jones a number of times and strangled her,” Lastra said. Jonathan, who was allegedly present in the living room during the incident, reportedly assisted Coones in disposing of his mother's body. The two then fled to Mexico, according to the U.S. Marshal Service. During the journey, Coones allegedly confessed to the murder. Patty Wardrop, an assistant prosecuting attorney, revealed that Coones contacted a case worker, admitting to "something terrible" she had done. Authorities promptly investigated Nicole's home, finding evidence consistent with Coones's account of the crime. On May 8, the U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit apprehended Jonathan in Mexico. His failure to disarm a GPS tracking device, a condition of his previous conviction, reportedly aided authorities in locating him. Coones was found with him. Jonathan, who had pleaded guilty in March to endangering children and attempting to commit pandering obscenity involving a minor, now faces additional charges in connection with his mother's murder. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Delphi Murders: Inside the Crime, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Malevolent Mormon Mommys, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
The 2023 Ohio State Buckeyes still have at least one more game left to play, but the hunt for new additions for the 2024 team is already underway. The Transfer Portal window opened on Monday, and a pair of talented Ohio natives with starting experience on the offense line jumped in. Will Ohio State look to add one or both of them to bolster their talent up front for next year?Marc Givler of BuckeyeHuddle.com breaks down what Indiana left tackle Carter Smith and Notre Dame center Zeke Correll could bring to the 2024 Ohio State offensive line.Plus, which other positions could the Buckeyes be looking to add in the portal this offseason?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5626222/advertisement
Gather round children and listen to the tale of The Cross Country Killer. Glen Rogers grew up right down the road from us in Hamilton, Ohio where through a hard upbringing and questionable morals he turned into a complete monster. He claimed to have killed 70 or more people all over the country. One of them could have even been Nicole Brown Simpson (OJ still sucks). With tons of unsolved cold cases left in his wake, what do you think? Listen to episode 167 - Glen Rogers - The Cross Country Killer available now! Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mystery-history-podcast Patreon: Join our $2 or $5 tier Patreon to receive 150+ bonus episodes! https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistoryPodcast Sources wikipedia.com My Brother The Serial Killer - TV Show --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mysteryhistorypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mysteryhistorypodcast/support
The Guardians finally filled out most of their coaching staff, minus a replay coordinator for now. But they promoted Beachwood, Ohio native Brad Goldberg to bullpen coach from Double-A Akron, and long-time Cleveland minor league manager Rouglas Odor to the infield/third base coach role. We discuss the roles filled on the coaching staff, the Twins losing Sonny Gray, and the pitching staff taking another hit, as well as a hypothetical bad contract trade with the Twins on today's show. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
What happens to a wind turbine after the time on the tower is changing. Canvus is taking what was likely headed to the landfill and repurposing the blade in many forms and could soon be headed to a park or public space near you. Brian Donahue gives us the scope of work across the country from his Ohio office.
Do we need an explanation for the word, "exegesis?" An exegesis is in fact an explanation or an interpretation - often, but not always, of a text in the Bible. And we'll need to be good exegetes as we work through Hebrews, chapter 6. Of the four possible meanings, Jim will give us many reasons to prefer the most positive one. The sermon is called, The Immutable Promise of God, and for context we'll go all the way back to Genesis 22, verse 16. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS11282023_0.mp3Scripture References: Hebrews 6:13-20
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Eric Fingerhut—president and CEO of the Jewish Federations of North America—and Rabbi Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff, a scholar and professor at Yeshiva University, about the need for Jewish unity and the barriers to achieving it.In recent weeks, the Jewish community has been confronted with questions of collective Jewish existence in a way we haven't seen in decades. In response, the Jewish world has had to join together with an achdus we previously weren't even sure was possible. In this episode we discuss:What went into planning the historic and enormous March for Israel?What are the opportunities and challenges for Jewish unity in times of crisis?What can the current movement for Jewish solidarity learn from past moments from American and Jewish history? Tune in to hear a conversation about mobilizing a people known for its proclivity for disagreement. Interview with Eric Fingerhut begins at 7:26.Interview with Rabbi Rakeffet begins at 56:31Eric Fingerhut is the President and CEO of The Jewish Federations of North America. Prior to his appointment at JFNA, Fingerhut served as the President and CEO of Hillel International from 2013-19. He was an Ohio state senator from 1997 to 2006, and he represented Ohio's 19th congressional district in the U.S. Congress from 1993 to 1994. Rabbi Dr. Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff is a renowned scholar, historian, author, and teacher, and he is currently professor of rabbinic literature at Yeshiva University's Caroline and Joseph S. Gruss Institute in Jerusalem. Rabbi Rakeffet has written many entries for Encyclopedia Judaica, including the one on Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik. Rabbi Rakeffet served in the Israel Defense Forces until the maximum allowable age, and served in Lebanon during the 1982 Lebanon War. In 1980, he was recruited by Aryeh Kroll to join Mossad's clandestine Nativ operation to teach Torah in the Soviet Union.References:The Glue, with Eric FingerhutIsrael: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn by Daniel Gordis Like Dreamers: The Story of the Israeli Paratroopers Who Reunited Jerusalem and Divided a Nation by Yossi Klein Halevi“Rabbinic Authority and Leadership On the Contemporary Scene” by Aaron Rakeffet-RothkoffTaanit 20a“Crisis Management” by David Bashevkin“Rafael Halperin”
In this episode, Kyle reveals the song he recently heard that changed his perspective on a very important part of his life. Also, in the Quick Hitters segment, we discuss the SCOTUS rejecting Derek Chauvin's appeal, Britney Spears revealing that she aborted the baby she conceived with Justin Timberlake, the Pro-Life movement suffering another terrible defeat (this time in Ohio), new national polls suggesting that Trump will beat Biden in the 2024 General Election, a Georgia high school football coach being fired after setting up a baptism event for his players, the Pope opening the door to the blessing of same-sex couples by the Catholic church, Israel agreeing to a temporary ceasefire in order to reacquire Israeli hostages, and American farmers going over to Israel to take care of Israeli farmland while the farmers are fighting Hamas. Let's get into it… Episode notes and links HERE. Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
OOIDA Executive Vice President Lewie Pugh is headed to Washington, D.C., to talk with lawmakers, regulators and members of the press about the big issues in the industry right now. Also, when it comes to getting a ticket, the guys at Road Law have some advice on what your next steps should be. The Ohio Department of Transportation and its DriveOhio division are starting a two-year pilot project using new car technology to identify hazardous road conditions across the state. And a toll bridge targeted to go cashless has caught the attention of a state lawmaker in Michigan. 0:00 – Newscast 10:07 – What to do when you get a ticket 24:50 – Identifying hazardous road conditions 39:29 – Pugh to tackle broker issues, speed limiters and more during D.C. trip