This time, we are back with another double dose of fun. First, we return to creep It Real OC for their latest show. Then, we journey back to Rosemead for the latest iteration of the 626 Expo. Listen in and enjoy! Please, consider joining The Parks and Cons Crew, https://www.patreon.com/ParksAndCons!
With the opening and closing of Rogers, the Musical, we have musical Disney flicks on our minds, so today we rank our Top 3 favorite of all time! And since we're such Bway nerds, how about some new ideas for musical stage shows in the parks!And finally, we unpack the craziness that was an actual bear being loose in the Magic Kingdom! Not Winnie, Baloo, or Humphrey even! A real bear!! It's an episode filled with music and mammals and it's all right here on this week's episode of the We Like Theme Parks Podcast on the Chip and Co. Podcast Network!Go to www.welikethemeparks.com for more episodes, more fun, and all our amazing sponsors!
Get tickets to We Cool? & Friends at 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival!Tommy and Grant are joined by comedian and all around rascal, Clay Parks aka @hanfjob fka @bitchrespecter. The boys go sports mode. They are trolled by an AI apology. Plus an anonymous listener demands an apology from a psycho who chased them while biking.Please rate, review and subscribe!Call in to (612) 314-6469 to Submit or Demand Your Anonymous ApologySubmit your anonymous apology here: www.wecoolpodcast.comSubscribe to our Youtube Channel for HD full length episodes and clips: https://youtube.com/channel/UCEFHvn5zEiiXX9bfbYT-RNg?sub_confirmation=1Follow us on all social media:@WeCoolPodcast@TommmyBear@IdiotRyanKahl@GrantWinkels
Legendary Hastings High School and Tampa Bay Buccanners Super Bowl-winning lineman Ali Marpet discusses his career acomplishments including his world championship experience on Westchester Talk Radio, "The Sports Report" with host John Marino, produced by Sharc Creative. Ali will be inducted into the Westchester Sports Hall-of-Fame on Wednesday, November 15th with the rest of the Class of 2023 at Glen Island Harbor Club in New Rochelle. For tickets and information, contact the Westchester Department of Parks, Recreation asnd Conservation.
At the height of the racial justice protests of 2020, Denverites — like the rest of the country — reckoned with our past. Statues depicting bigots and racists were torn down, and quietly the City of Denver assembled a commission to examine, research, and reassess the names of our parks — green spaces like Jefferson Park, La Alma-Lincoln Park, but also some lesser known park names with potentially troubled pasts. Today host Bree Davies and producer Paul Karolyi talk through the six park names the commission put up for debate and discuss why they think we should — or shouldn't — be giving some of these park names the boot. What do you think about renaming these six parks? We would love to hear from you, too. Got a strong defense of Lincoln? Or maybe there's a park name you'd really like to see go? Leave us a voicemail or a text at 720-500-5418, and you might hear it on the show soon! Paul mentioned past guest Chase Woodruff's newsletter exploring the literature of the West — “Lit Out West.” For even more news from around the city, subscribe to our morning newsletter Hey Denver at denver.citycast.fm. Follow us on Instagram: @citycastdenver Chat with other listeners on reddit: r/CityCastDenver Learn more about the sponsors of this episode: “Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer & Shahzad Ismaily: Love in Exile” at the Newman Center (Sept. 30) BadBoyBoards Lighthouse Writers Workshop Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Skip the reservation and bring the magic of Disney's restaurants straight to your kitchen with these 100 recipes inspired by Walt Disney World's and Disneyland's hottest restaurants. Recreate popular restaurant favorites right in your own home from appetizers and main dishes to refreshing drinks and popular desserts. The Unofficial Disney Parks Restaurants Cookbook features 100 table service and quick service restaurant favorites to help you make your own Disney-inspired menu. You'll learn to make: -Tiffins Signature Bread Service from Tiffins -Fried Chicken Dinner from Plaza Inn -Herb-Salted Pork Tenderloin from Be Our Guest -Chocolate Cake from Satu'li Canteen -Popping Particle Punch from Pym's Tasting Lab -And much more! Get Yours TODAY: https://amzn.to/3t02DsP Perfect for everyone from Disney experts who miss those familiar flavors in between trips to fans who have never visited the Parks but still want to have the full restaurant experience, The Unofficial Disney Parks Restaurants Cookbook has all the recipes you need to make a meal worthy of the Mouse himself. About the author: As a child who grew up in Anaheim, California, Ashley Craft could recite the Star Tours ride by heart, navigate the Park without a map, and fell asleep to the sound of Disneyland fireworks each night in her bedroom. After two internships at Walt Disney World and many, many more visits to the Disney Parks, Ashley is now one of the leading experts of Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Her popular blog, Ashley Crafted, is best known for featuring recipes inspired by Disney Park foods to help people recreate that Disney magic right in their own kitchens. Today, Ashley lives with her husband, Danny, and three kids, Elliot, Hazel, and Clifford (and kittens Figaro and Strider)…but she still makes time to visit the Mouse. Follow her on Instagram @UnofficialTasteTester. ► Luxury Women Handbag Discounts: https://www.theofficialathena.... ► Become an Equus Coach®: https://equuscoach.com/?rfsn=7... ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH58... ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/po... ► Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSa... ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1lov... ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsa... ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog #atlanta #ashsaidit #theashsaiditshow #ashblogsit #ashsaidit®
Kamau Murray chats with Michael Parks, father of rising American star Alycia Parks, about his family's journey in pro tennis. Parks details the unconventional way his daughter discovered the game, the challenges & adversity they've experienced, and the powerful influence & advice that helped his family along the way. The former professional basketball player also offers his thoughts on how to incorporate education into a junior tennis career, why faith is a driving force in his family's life, and what the next steps are for his daughter after breaking into the Top 50. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/20/23: Joel Heitkamp is joined in the studio by Tatiana Friese, the Events Supervisor at Fargo Parks, to talk about all the upcoming Fargo Parks events, including Fall in Fargo. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Disney Wants to Pour Billions Into its Parks and Cruises, Walmart opening Pet Services Centers, Briefing.com Strategist Patrick O'Hare Talks About the Current MarketsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stories we're covering this week:• City council to receive another pay raise in the new year• Flix Brewhouse set to open next week• Parks and Rec puts out an A-P-B on rogue beaver• In Sports, we will check both the win and loss columns for Week 4 of high school footballIn the Features Section:• Angel Biasatti talks about how to avoid dehydration in Methodist Mansfield News to Know• Realtor Beth Steinke shares details on lender-required repairs in the Mansfield Real Estate Market Update• Brian Certain serves up one last taste of summer in the Cocktail of the WeekAnd in the talk segment, Steve chats with the Mansfield Mission Center's new Executive Director Brian McFadden. Plus, your chance to win a $25 gift card to a Mansfield restaurant of your choice with our Mansfield Trivia Question, courtesy of Joe Jenkins Insurance. We are Mansfield's only source for news, sports and conversation. This is About Mansfield.
Poets, painters, novelists, musicians — it turns out they are as crucial to sustaining self-government as politicians and pundits. In a wide-ranging conversation, our hosts speak with English professor Steve Parks about the likes of Walt Whitman, Woody Guthrie, Sinéad O'Connor and the Malian singer Fatoumata Kouyaté. What does their art have in common? Spoiler: an affective sense of democracy. Plus, Parks shares our plans for a new segment on international activists. We're calling it “The Power of Many.”
On our latest weekly roundup, we celebrated some decluttering triumphs (even as we know this is a job that never ends).What we're watching: On Only Murders in the Building, "CoBro" did bring us some more details that we should probably use to figure out what happened to Ben. But we were more excited by the return of some old favorites (Theo! Uma!) and a few superstar guests.Continuing our theatre theme, we checked out Ben Platt and Molly Gordon's Theater Camp, a mockumentary set at ... well, you can guess. It was fun and funny, but not exactly fresh. Mentioned: Return to Me.Catherine's library find this week (speaking of stars) calls back to one of our previous TV watches, Parks and Recreation. Did you know there's a children's picture book called Parks and Recreation: Leslie for Class President? There is! You can also check out The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary. In the archives, we revisit episodes in which we discussed tag-team parenting (September 20, 2021), managing stress and worry (September 19, 2019), and the sacredness of routine (September 23, 2016). The podcast Terri mentioned is the "Overcoming Anxiety" episode of Daily Rosary Meditations. She also mentioned Kitty's Morning Glories daily rosary and the Structured app, as well as Artful Agenda, a digital planner we both use.We'll be back with a new episode next Tuesday. Our TV watch will cover S3 E8 of Only Murders in the Building (“Sitzprobe”) and a preview of the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. If you miss hearing from us every single day, the archives await you!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/3680863/advertisement
On this week's episode of Enneagram IRL, Steph is breaking down the relationship dealbreakers of each Enneagram type. In the spirit of Parks and Rec's Tom Haverford's “Oh No No” list, join us as Steph shares responses collected from hundreds of individuals on Instagram! Do you have an “Oh No No” that we didn't mention? Send us a DM on IG and let us know!Subscribe to catch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@stephbarronhall
Welcome to Episode 556 of the Yeukai Business Show. In this episode, our guest Tripp Parks shares his personal experiences, insights, and invaluable advice on transitioning from a career in fitness to becoming a thriving entrepreneur. So, if you want to know more about fitness and entrepreneurship, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: The Transition from Fitness to EntrepreneurshipPractical Tips for Aspiring EntrepreneursNavigating UncertaintyThe Secrets to Business SuccessMaintaining Work-Life Balance About Tony "Tripp" Parks Tony is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, genetic-based program designer, and strength & conditioning specialist with over a decade of experience in the health & wellness industry. He is the former owner of the protein bar and a former cornerback for the Professional Football League (RPFL). Tripp specializes in science-based fitness results, with a particular focus on genetics. His expertise lies in designing customized programs based on an individual's genetic makeup, to maximize results. Tripp uses a combination of science, experience, and discipline to help his clients reach their fitness and wellness goals. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or have never set foot in a gym, Tripp has the skills and expertise to help you achieve your goals and stay there. More Information Learn more about fitness and entrepreneurship at https://www.ascendperformancetraining.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tripp-parks/ Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on How to Expand Your Business, please share it with your friends by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our "Yeukai Business Show !" And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on iTunes. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and I make it a point to read every single one of the reviews we get. Please leave a review right now Thanks for listening!
Plus: Congressional panels ask for details of Chinese nationals at sensitive U.S. facilities. FTX sues founder Sam Bankman-Fried's parents for alleged misappropriated funds. And Russian court declines to consider WSJ Reporter Evan Gershkovich's detention appeal. Ariana Aspuru reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In a world where the Walt Disney Company has both too much information to give out and too little, there is an even so mid, it defies description. That event ... is Destination D23! On today's show, Jeremy and Jason gloss over the small announcements handed out by Disney at their Parks panel this year, most of which seemed to center around Epcot. Pretty sure you can hear Jeremy winding himself up ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
America's diverse in its residential landscapes…city living to suburbs, condos and apartments….and of courses trailer parks. And because of their layout and who lives there, they have bore witness to some madness and mayhem over the years, the likes of which you won't find anywhere else. Here are 5 Unsettling Stories from America's Trailer Parks.
This time, we are back with a double dose of Halloween spirit. First, we return to Force of Nature Productions for their immersive haunt experience, Arcanum. Then, we journey back to Buena Park for the latest iteration of Pirates Dinner Adventure: VamPirates. Listen in and enjoy! Please, consider joining The Parks and Cons Crew, https://www.patreon.com/ParksAndCons!
Welcome to our very first "Best of Jiminy Crickets" episode, where every month we will bring to the forefront a past episode of the Jiminy Crickets Podcast from our back catalog of shows. This year being the 40th anniversary of The Disney Channel, we thought it would be timely to revisit our show from April of 2018, celebrating the 35th anniversary of The Disney channel. April 30, 2018 - In this jam packed episode Chris and Ruthie take an extensive look back to the early years of the Disney Channel. which went on the air 35 years ago this past April. Together they discuss the first five years of the premium cable network, highlighting the many original series, Disney Channel specials and made for TV movies spanning from 1983-1988. Lot's of rare theme songs are included as well! Download (right click / save as) Visit our on-line store for exclusive Jiminy Crickets and DisneyChris Website Merch!!!! https://jcpodcast.threadless.com/ If you would like to help support the Jiminy Crickets podcasts and DisneyChris.com - Please consider becoming a Patreon Subscriber and receive exclusive rewards every month. https://www.patreon.com/DisneyChris
Metro is planning to redevelop the Brookland Metro stop, but what should the new version look like? Considering this project touches on Metro, housing, parking, and retail, it's no surprise that the public hearing on it on Sept. 12 was SPICY. Washington Business Journal's Tristan Navera tells us what folks said and what WMATA is planning to do about it. If you want to learn more about the views, amenities, and cool things to do at Kite House at The Parks, check out their website! Want some more DC news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter Hey DC. Interested in advertising with City Cast? Find more info HERE And we'd love to feature you on the show! Share your DC-related thoughts, hopes, and frustrations with us in a voicemail by calling 202-642-2654. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Parks and Recreation is celebrated as a relentlessly optimistic, kindness-centered show, but that's not how it treats one of its main characters: poor Jerry Gergich. Here's our take on why the persecution of Jerry is one thing that hasn't aged so well about Parks and Recreation, and if it secretly revealed a flaw in the show's attitude.
Since winning the Great British Bake Off in 2015, Nadiya Hussain has published seven cookery books, presented numerous TV shows and been awarded an MBE for services to broadcasting and the culinary arts. Nadiya joins Anita Rani to talk about her latest book and BBC Two series, Nadiya's Simple Spices. She also celebrates the women in her family. A survey launched last week by the Government is calling on women in England aged 16 to 55 to share their experiences of reproductive health - from periods, contraception to pregnancy and the menopause. But the decision to only speak to women up to the age of 55 has provoked a backlash. Dr Shazia Malik, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and a sub-specialist in reproductive medicine, gives her reaction. In a new series called The Knock, we've heard the stories of two women whose lives were changed when they were told that a loved one had been arrested for sexual offences against children. Deborah Denis, Chief Executive of the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, and Rachel Armitage, Professor of Criminology the University of Huddersfield spoke about the impact of 'the knock' on the families and friends of men arrested for these crimes. Some British women are now being offered IVF treatment using artificial intelligence. How might AI improve the chances of a successful pregnancy? Suzanne Cawood, Director of Embryology at the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health, explains. Mercury Prize-winning musician Arlo Parks has turned her hand to poetry with her debut book, The Magic Border. It combines original poetry, song lyrics and images. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Dianne McGregor
As part of its 2023 investment in wild turkey research, the NWTF is helping fund a new project led by Kansas State University; the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks; and the U.S. Geological Survey, Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. To establish a poults-per-hen ratio of two or higher, the success of a hen raising a healthy brood and recruiting poults to juveniles is essential. The emerging research will examine the diets of poults and hens in their most critical stages for recruitment: the first two weeks for poults and nesting periods for hens. This project is one of 10 new research projects across nine states the NWTF is funding, with $582,374 invested among these vital projects. These projects are part of a nearly $9 million investment into wild turkey research in 2023, supported by the NWTF and its partners.
Hey Flatlanders! We've missed you. Co-hosts Tanna, Lyndzee, Laura, and Nadia (and Megan) are back on the mics and catching up after a hiatus. We're getting back into the podcast groove and starting with a hosts episode! Follow the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks on Facebook and Instagram. Follow the Kansas Wildlife Federation on Facebook and Instagram.
This week, we briefly discuss a few HHN 2023 tips. Then John talks about his week in the parks with trips to Universal, EPCOT, and Disney Springs. We finish up with a review of the SeeWDW socials. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/seewdwnearandfar/support
Kmac, Pam and Alex speak with Ian Parks from Always Bet On Black. Ian Parks gives the Sports Shop his picks for a few NFL games this weekend. Who wins this weekend: the Seattle Seahawks or Detroit Lions? Jacksonville Jaguars or Kansas City Chiefs? Chicago Bears or Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
00:00 – 25:47 – John opens the show LIVE from Parks Place Pub by talking about Week 2 of the NFL Season, which kicks off tonight with a game between the Vikings and the Eagles. He and Brent Holverson go through some of the notable matchups in the NFL this weekend. They also talk about who the Jets might turn to at quarterback now that they have lost Aaron Rodgers for the season. 25:48 – 41:59 – Bob Kravitz, the longtime Colts beat writer, joins JMV and Brent at Parks Place to pickup their conversation from yesterday about the Colts and their game against the Texans. They talk about the Colts need for a running game, and how if they can't get that going it could be another rough week for the Colts in Houston. 42:00 – 43:28 – John wraps up the 1st hour of the show! 43:29 – 1:14:21 – John and Brent give dive into the Larceny Locks as they give their picks for Week 2 of the NFL Season! 1:14:22 – 1:22:13 – John and Brent talk about some of the back and forth between Colorado head coach Deion Sanders and the head coach of Colorado State Jay Norvell. Bob Kravitz rejoins the conversation as well. 1:22:14 – 1:25:37 – John wraps up the 2nd hour by talking about Buddy Hield of the Pacers changing his number from 24 to 7, as well as former Pacer Jermaine O'Neal's comments on the Pacers not honoring former players. 1:25:38 – 1:47:21 – Mike Chappell of CBS4 and FOX59 joins the show to discuss if the Colts will sign another running back with their running back room in dire straits. They talk about the play of Anthony Richardson, and how the Colts might be doing him disservice with the talent surrounding him. They then dive into the Colts upcoming matchup against the Texans on Sunday, and who they expect to come out on top in that contest. 1:47:22 – 1:59:23 – Ruben Calvillo, who co-hosts the Bleav In Texans podcast with former Texans CB Quentin Demps, joins the show to give a preview of the Colts-Texans game! They talk about the performance of C.J Stroud in the Texans loss to the Ravens last week, as well as the state of the Texans offensive line. They also talk about 3rd-overall pick Will Anderson, and his impact on the game against the Ravens. 1:59:24 – 2:06:34 – John wraps up another edition of The Ride With JMV! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today is Thursday, September 14. Here are some of the latest headlines from the Fargo, North Dakota area. InForum Minute is produced by Forum Communications and brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. For more news from throughout the day, visit InForum.com.
In Episode 6 Shelly Parks returns for a 3rd visit on the podcast to talk about life post moving into her new community at Skagit Commons in Anacortes, WA. Lynn Morstead & Kelli Soika interview Shelly about the journey from Dreaming (Season 1 Episode 7: What made Shelly Parks "jump" into cohousing) to Taking Action a few weeks after they had moved in ( Season 2 Episode 24: A Slice of Life in a New Cohousing Community) to Reflection today, 7 months after moving in. She shares her fears and hopes at each stage of the journey and some of her thoughts on how this move has been different than other moves for her.Listen in to learn more.For more information about cohousing in Houston, please check out our website at www.cohousinghouston.com. Let us know if you have any comments or ideas by emailing us at email@example.com.
Bestselling novelist Adele Parks joins Simon Mayo and Matt Williams to talk about her latest novel, 'Just Between Us'. This book is, like all her novels, a stand-alone...but also a sequel. Confused? Well, luckily Adele explains all! She also tells us about the exciting new film adaptation of an earlier book, which she is involved in producing. Here comes the science bit... Lost. Missing. Murdered? And both her husbands are suspects. Kylie Gillingham's disappearance has gripped the nation: the woman with a shocking secret - married to two men at the same time - is missing, presumed dead. And both her husbands are suspects. DC Clements knows the dark side of human nature and that love can make people do treacherous things; you can't presume anything when it comes to crimes of the heart. While Kylie's two husbands remain prime suspects, her sons won't accept that she is dead. Until a body is found, this scandalous and sad case remains wide open. Stacie Jones lives a quiet life in a small village, nursed by her father as she recovers from illness, shielded from any disquieting news of the outside world. But their reclusive life is about to be shattered. How are these families linked, and can any of them ever rebuild their lives in the wake of tragedy? You can buy Adele's new novel now from all good independent bookshops, Waterstones, Daunt and many more. It's also available here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is the Technical College of the Lowcountry's Workforce Readiness Center? What's the latest going on in Bluffton? What is the fall festival schedule? Tune into Power Hour, where you can get unfiltered information about hot topics in our community straight from the source. Speakers include: - Mary Lee Carns, Vice President for Advancement and Workforce Development at the Technical College of the Lowcountry - Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka - Frank Soule, Parks and Rec Executive Director at the Island Recreation Association
Listen to me more!Intelligent Speech Online 2023 where I talke about the 4 W's of Butter SubstitutesPrizefighters, Circus Freaks & Gangsters! There's Fighting, Food, Fashion & Fraud (and it's much more fun)Come along as I talk about what we did in early America as we were doing war and conquest that set us up for far fewer fish.Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor TurtleShow Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood at gmail dot com Threads@THoAFoodTwitter: @THoAFoodInstagram: @THoAFoodBlueSky: THoAFood.bsky.social
Today we head on down to the hyper hooch hovel, to drink our cares away and talk funny about all things theme parks. This week Adriane and Ryan get sloshy chattin up our thoughts on the recently unveiled offerings from the 2023 destination D-23 Event in Orlando. Maybe we will get some of these goodies in the 20-20s but im not holding my breathe. We the goods from all the parks, what was a hit and what was a miss. And we will even get the long awaited answer to what in world could ever be the replacement to the ever so beloved, lost legend, and fan favorite; Primeval Whirl...hehe To find out, you just gotta listen in. Drunk Distory, The Dark Ride, Funny, Comedy, Comedians, Adult Disney Podcast, Adult Universal Podcast, Adult Themepark Podcast, Vacation, Universal Studios Orlando, Moana, Indiana Jones, Tortuga Tavern, Test Track, Ride Updates, Ride Announcements, Figment, Attractions, D23, D-23, Josh D'Amaro, Bob Iger, New Rides and Attraction, Parks and Resorts Panel, Disney Holiday, Disney Vacation, suns out guns out, Disney Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Rides, History, booze, Theme Park Podcast, Orlando, Amusement Park, Drinking Game Podcast, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure
Welcome to another insightful episode of "Building the Premier Accounting Firm" with your host, Roger Knecht. In today's episode, Roger sits down with a true trailblazer in the world of accounting and cloud technology, Kellie Parks. Kellie's journey is a testament to the power of transformation. She takes us on a fascinating ride, sharing her transition from the realms of marketing and branding into the intricate world of accounting. Discover how her unique background has shaped her approach to modern accounting practices. One of the highlights of this episode is Kellie's deep dive into her tech stack arsenal. She unveils the types of tech stacks she employs and how they serve as indispensable tools in her business. Learn about the crucial criteria that dictate her choice of technology, providing valuable insights for aspiring tech-savvy accountants. Client onboarding is a critical aspect of any accounting practice, and Kellie Parks seamlessly incorporates her tech stacks into this process. Tune in to discover her strategies for onboarding clients, even those who may not be fully comfortable with technology. The conversation takes an exciting turn as Kellie discusses the ongoing battle of Accountants versus AI. Delve into the reasons why accountants should embrace AI as an essential ally rather than a competitor. Kellie even shares the intriguing story behind her nickname for ChatGPT – 'Chazz.' AI is more than just a buzzword for Kellie; it's an integral part of her business. She reveals how she harnesses the power of AI to streamline operations and boost efficiency. Prepare to be inspired as she explains why accountants should not only embrace AI but also learn how to prompt it effectively. Curious about how industry giants like Intuit plan to integrate AI into their software? Kellie Parks provides insider insights into Intuit's AI roadmap, shedding light on what the future holds for accounting professionals. Security is paramount in the digital age, especially when dealing with AI. Kellie offers invaluable advice on how to keep your clients' information secure while working with AI. She also raises essential concerns about sharing client data in the AI era, encouraging caution and vigilance. This episode is packed with thought-provoking discussions, practical tips, and Kellie Parks' visionary approach to accounting in the digital age. Don't miss out on this illuminating conversation on "Building the Premier Accounting Firm." Tune in now and elevate your accounting game! Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Kellie Parks Kellie crafts processes and automation for future thinking accounting professionals who believe in the mightiness of online technology. She wants every accounting professional to love running a cloud-based business as much as she does. The keys to embracing the cloud are effective best practices, consistent communication and efficient processes, systems and workflows, which is why she has dozens of pre-built templates to take the pain of creating optimization in your firm off your plate. Certified or partnered in over a dozen cloud applications, she's also a proud member of the Intuit International Trainer Writer Network and the FreshBooks Partner Council. Kellie is a runner, water/snow skier and live-music fan. She is always wondering what you would do more of - outside of work - if processes, automation & apps gave you your life back!? Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth. Offers: Accounting and bookkeeping workflows and templates at a discount: 15% off all templates Code: UNIVERSAL - Go here and SAVE Get a FREE copy of these books all accounting professionals should use to work on their business and become profitable. These are a must-have addition to every accountant's library to provide quality CFO & Advisory services as a Profit & Growth Expert today: “in the BLACK, nine principles to make your business profitable” – e-book “Red to BLACK in 30 days – A small business accountant's guide to QUICK turnarounds” – the how-to-guide e-book for accounting professionals For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE! Be sure to join us for GrowCon, the LIVE event for accounting professionals to work ON their business. This is a conference you don't want to miss. Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal. Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe. Also, let us know what you think of the podcast and please share any suggestions you may have. We look forward to your input: Podcast Feedback For more information on how you can apply these principles to start and build your accounting, bookkeeping & tax business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 8012653777
Guest: Katie Daubs, senior writer At a time when reports of dog bites and complaints about dog behaviour are on the rise, a motion at city council will review rules for dog off-leash areas. Senior writer Katie Daubs has looked at the bitter fights and challenges of enforcing rules about beloved city pets, and she joins “This Matters” to talk about the lack of resources (and the culture of disobedience) around the issue in Toronto. This episode was produced by Edward Keenan, Julia De Laurentiis Johnston and Paulo Marques.
This week we once again have a double dose of goodness. First, former Bass Nation National Champion Matty Wong joins the show hot off an amazing northern swing that literally saved his Bassmaster Elite Series career. Then, Bassmaster Opens EQ angler Logan Parks joins the show on MERCER-127.
This week we once again have a double dose of goodness. First, former Bass Nation National Champion Matty Wong joins the show hot off an amazing northern swing that literally saved his Bassmaster Elite Series career. Then, Bassmaster Opens EQ angler Logan Parks joins the show on MERCER-127.
Part 2 of the Walt Disney World draft, featuring Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom! We also discuss the Nazi jackasses hanging around Disney World (fast forward to 10:00 if you prefer to not hear about them). Also, this was recorded prior to the recent D23, which we'll discuss a bit next week!E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @greatmousecastInstagram: @greatmousecastTikTok: @greatmousepodcast
Today we jump back ten years (9-15-2013) to the PWTorch Livecast's WWE Night of Champions post-show. PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks discussed with live callers the just-completed WWE Night of Champions PPV which included Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler, Miz vs. Fandango, RVD vs. Alberto Del Rio, The Shield vs. The Prime Time Players, and more.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/3276210/advertisement
Episode 173 ... for the week of September 11, 2023, and this is what is going on in our Disney World...Destination D23 2023 - Reaction!- This past weekend was the Destination D23 event and we go through all the major news to come out of the Parks and Experiences panel and give our thoughts on each and overall feelings coming out of the eventStarts @1:57 ...Phil's Trip Report - Part 1- Phil covers his arrival day, dinner at Story Book Dining, and Magic Kingdom day while Jason grills him about strategy and how a day at Magic Kingdom felt without using Genie+Starts @31:31 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Send us an e-mail! .... email@example.comFollow us on social media:- LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/thedbcpod - Instagram/Threads: https://www.instagram.com/TheDBCPod/- Twitter/X: https://twitter.com/TheDBCPod- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDBCPod- YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/thedbcpod- Discord Server: https://discord.com/invite/cJ8Vxf4BmQNote: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcasts
Capacity is a big challenge for this generation, especially post-pandemic. We need to rethink how we get people into these special places while preserving their natural beauty and ensuring a meaningful and enjoyable experience. - Phil Gaines As national park attendance continues to increase, managing visitor numbers has become crucial. The pressure is on park officials to accommodate the influx, while ensuring a quality and safe experience for all. As a seasoned park ranger, Phil Gaines understands the importance of preserving the natural beauty and integrity of parks. He joins for a conversation about managing the capacity dilemma, because since the pandemic there has been an ongoing influx of visitors. Despite the challenges, workers have made notable efforts keeping the parks clean and the trails well-marked. However, as we dig into this even deeper it is quite disheartening to recognize the potential impact of overcrowding on the park's environment. There are a number of concerns in the parks such as increasing erosion and crumbling of the asphalt due to overuse. The behavior of visitors has also created dilemmas that were once considered less common. Too many are acting recklessly by taking selfies with bison or venturing too close to boiling geysers. While it is wonderful knowing people are exploring parks, it is important to acknowledge the reality of dealing with the increased interest in parks. People have now discovered their value, so we have to find a way to preserve it. Take a listen to this episode as Phil and I talk about recent trips that really brought to light the challenges that popular parks face in managing their capacity. This is a topic that needs more attention so make sure to share this episode with others. Resources www.parkleaders.com https://parkleaders.com/about/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theparkleaders/ Episode Highlights 00:02:22 - Visiting Glacier National Park and Yellowstone, 00:06:28 - Adjusting to Increased Attendance 00:08:26 - Challenges of Managing Crowds 00:11:57 - Employee Recruitment and Park Operations 00:14:12 - The Importance of Connecting with Nature 00:15:34 - The Dilemma of Crowds in Parks 00:17:23 - Capacity Issues and Spectacular Locations 00:21:45 - The Impact of Individual Behavior 00:26:21 - Balancing Visitor Access and Preservation 00:29:15 - The Impact of People Discovering Parks
A new era is dawning for 300 W. in Salt Lake City's Ballpark neighborhood. Road construction is over, and the city's first ever food truck park is on its way. Building Salt Lake editor Taylor Anderson joins lead producer Emily Means to give us the details on the new park and look ahead to what's next for 300 W. Is Salt Lake City the next Austin? Take the Ballpark NEXT community visioning survey through September. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter. You can find us on Instagram @CityCastSLC. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.
I was recently pulling some of the Open Space Radio statistics for a presentation to NRPA staff, and while I was presenting, I kept thinking to myself, “The numbers are great, it's important to track these kinds of metrics. But also, we have had some truly remarkable guests and amazing conversations over the course of this show, and you can't really put that through quantitative analysis.” So, it inspired me to do a little 2023 so far recap episode. Throughout this episode, I'm featuring little nuggets from a few episodes we've released so far this year until August. We've released a lot more episodes than the ones featured here, so if something in this episode doesn't resonate, be sure to check out all of our previous episodes. However, these are just a few from this year that have resonated with me and continue to replay in my head. I also know not everyone gets a chance to listen to every single episode (but for those of you who do – thank you!), so I thought this would also be a jam-packed opportunity for you to get a bunch of good stuff in one less-than-an-hour package. We're also in autumn mode now, so enjoy the photo of fall foliage :) I hope you find a little inspiration in one of these clips and I encourage you to go back and listen to the full episodes, which are all linked below. I can't wait to continue sharing these stories of the impact that parks and recreation is having across the country for the remainder of this year and into the future. We have some exciting things lined up, and I can't wait to bring you along! Tune in to the full episode to hear clips from: Vicky Stott (she/her), senior program officer for racial equity and community engagement at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, who discusses how racial healing is connected to love, cherishing and respecting humanity, and acknowledging others' lived experiences. Listen to the full episode 127 here. Will “Akuna” Robinson (he/him), who was the first Black man to complete the triple crown of hiking. We discuss his beginnings in outdoor recreation to heal from PTSD from his previous military experience and how we can continue breaking down barriers so everyone can experience the power of outside. Listen to the full episode 129 here. Cal Dobbs (he/they), a queer transgender ultra marathoner and long-distance hiker who recently ran across the country — from California to Florida — fighting for the inclusion of transgender people in sports and access to gender-affirming healthcare. Bonus: Cal will also be joining us at the 2023 NRPA Annual Conference in Dallas, Oct 10-12, discussing youth sports equity! Listen to the full episode 132 here. Mike Cimprich (he/him), the city arborist for Marion Parks and Recreation in Iowa, who was honored with Merrell's Changing Nature of Work Award for his critical work in the city of Marion after the 2020 Central Severe Weather-Derecho, known as the “costliest thunderstorm event in U.S. history.” Listen to the full episode 134 here. Daniel Hatcher (he/him), the senior director of strategic partnerships at Alliance for a Healthier Generation, who discusses why park and recreation professionals are critical to physical, mental, and social-emotional health – and the overall health and well-being of our communities. Listen to the full episode 136 here. Laine Fabijanic, the community and therapeutic recreation supervisor for City of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, who is leading a therapeutic recreation program that is bringing recreational opportunities to all members of the community, regardless of their ability, to increase quality of life for all. Listen to the full July bonus episode here. Kelly Messer, PE, a project manager for Columbus Recreation and Parks, who discusses how an entire community of supportive skateboarders, and community members alike, led to the completion of the Tuttle Park Skatepark and overall park improvements. Listen to the full episode 139 here. Sarah Olson, deputy director of Lynnwood (Washington) Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department, who discusses a community-driven, comprehensive park and trail capital project plan and prioritization project that the department is utilizing to center equity in its park system planning. Listen to the full episode 140 here. This episode of Open Space Radio is sponsored by Niagara Water. This Summer, Niagara Water is providing communities across Texas, California, and Georgia with a chance to upgrade their local park to the outdoor space of their dreams. 9 parks are nominated. 3 will be selected to receive a $75,000 refresh. Support your favorite park daily through September 18th at NiagaraPerkYourPark.com. Niagara Water. Now that's refreshing.
This time, we are back at Universal Studios Hollywood for Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) 2023. Listen in and enjoy! Please, consider joining The Parks and Cons Crew, https://www.patreon.com/ParksAndCons!
Millie Bobby Brown is a 19-year-old actress best known for her award-nominated performance as Eleven in Stranger Things, and for producing and starring in Enola Holmes. Now she has written a debut novel, Nineteen Steps, based on her grandmother's life in the East End of London during the Second World War. She joins Nuala to talk about why she wanted to write the novel and why it's so personal for her. In recent months there's been increasing momentum for what has been called Martha's rule which would give patients the power to get an automatic second medical opinion from other experts. This comes after the death of 13-year-old Martha Mills who died in hospital. An inquest concluded that her death had been preventable. So what difference could Martha's Rule make to how much say patients have to question the decisions made by doctors? Paediatrician and health campaigner Dr Guddi Singh wants to empower people so that medical care works in their best interests and joins Nuala. Three quarters of police officers and staff accused of violence against women are not suspended by their force. That's according to a joint investigation by the Independent newspaper and Refuge Charity. Nuala is joined by Ellie Butt, Head of Policy at Refuge. Mercury Prize Winning Musician Arlo Parks has turned her hand to poetry with her debut book, The Magic Border. It combines original poetry, song lyrics and images and she joins Nuala for an interview and live reading of one of the poems. Presenter: Nuala McGovern Producer: Emma Pearce Opener 00:00 Martha's Rule 01:23 Police accused of violence against women 12:50 Millie Bobby Brown 23:49 Arlo Parks 42:48