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Best podcasts about PBA

Latest podcast episodes about PBA

Early Break
Derek Bombeck (Lincoln Convention & Visitors Bureau)

Early Break

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 9:00


-Zombie Hunt, PBR at PBA, and Boo At The Zoo -Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers) Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING

The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 10-21-21

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 53:07


Councilman Joe Borelli, Minority Whip of the New York City Council & the author of "Revolutionary Staten Island" Topic: Standing with the PBA amid vaccine mandate for municipal workers, Taxi hunger strike John Iannarelli, former police officer, retired FBI Special Agent, consultant, and the author of "Disorderly Conduct" Topic: Human remains found near Brian Laundrie's belongings in Florida See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 48 Sweep The Rack "The Dictator"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 59:44


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are talking Weber Cup Results, 2022 PBA schedule leak, Big Mike's action match, CP3 telecast, and WOTW ! 

Two Strike Noise - A Baseball History Podcast
Episode 138 - Glenn Hubbard, Snake Charmer

Two Strike Noise - A Baseball History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 65:00


Of all the crazy, weird and strange 80's Wax Pack baseball cards, there are a handful that stand out. This week we tell the story of one of the oddest of the bunch. Glenn Hubbard loved snakes, so when he saw one on-field before a game in Philadelphia. Little did he know that picture would go from being a personal keep-sake to one of the most memorable Fleer cards ever. We also talk stolen base success rate or lack therefor of as well as baseball's evangelical base stealer of the 1880's. This week's Wax Pack Heroes sees some 1992 Pinnacle cards where we learn of players who have gone on to NASCAR and the PBA. Billy Sunday - https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/s/sundabi01.shtml Twitter - @twostrikenoise Instagram - @twostrikenoise Two Strike Noise on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvh7epD-mqT9qCIV7CNqhog Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/twostrikenoise E-mail - twostrikenoise@gmail.com We pull ALOT of commons in Wax Pack Heroes. If you've got those Tom Foley or Ernest Riles cards just sitting around you can donate those commons to charity and maybe spark a child's interest in baseball and collecting. Find out more here: http://commons4kids.org/ #podernfamily #podnation #baseball #mlb #history #podcast #baseballcards

Charlottesville Community Engagement
October 14, 2021: Boyles resigns as Charlottesville City Manager; Friendship Court agreement reauthorized by EDA

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 18:27


Today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out is for the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign, an initiative that wants you to grow native plants in yards, farms, public spaces and gardens in the northern Piedmont. The leaves have started to fall as autumn set in, and as they do, this is a good time to begin planning for the spring. Native plants provide habitat, food sources for wildlife, ecosystem resiliency in the face of climate change, and clean water.  Start at the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page and tell them Lonnie Murray sent you!On today’s show:Charlottesville City Manager resigns, citing personal and professional attacks from Nikuyah WalkerThe Charlottesville Economic Development Authority reauthorizes a performance agreement with the Piedmont Housing Alliance for the redevelopment of Friendship CourtCharlottesville moving forward with planning for climate adaptation The Charlottesville Economic Development Authority has reauthorized a performance agreement with the Piedmont Housing Alliance for a loan for the redevelopment of Friendship Court. Piedmont Housing Alliance would pay the money back through the incremental tax revenue the city would get from a more intense residential development. Here’s Economic Development Director Chris Engel. (staff report)“Typically, our performance agreements are done to encourage business development, job creation, capital investment that creates office space or an industrial building,” Engel said. “In this case, the public good if you will is the rehabilitation and addition of not public housing, but affordable housing that would be owned and managed on a long term basis by the Piedmont Housing Alliance.” The city is currently considering using this tool to finance improvements to Stribling Avenue. This is also the same mechanism that was proposed by the owner of the skeleton Landmark hotel. In this case, the 11.75 acre property is assessed at $8.185 million this year, which yields $77,714 in property taxes for the city. When the first phase of redevelopment is completed, the value is projected to be over $20 million, which Engel said would bring in an additional $190,000. Piedmont Housing Alliance would get that increase through a transfer from the Economic Development authority. “This is a very complicated, complex deal to get this to all come together,” Engel said.This is separate from the nearly $16 million in capital funds city taxpayers will contribute to all four phases of redevelopment. Under this agreement, Piedmont Housing Alliance would collect the funding up to $6 million.“There’s not a profit making opportunity here for anybody but it’s an opportunity to see additional affordable housing added to the city again and an old site that needs rehabilitation,” Engel said. The EDA approved the reauthorization with little debate. The original agreement was written up by former city attorney John Blair before he became the acting city manager after former city manager Tarron Richardson resigned. Engel said the Piedmont Housing Alliance is ready to begin construction. Their website has not been updated with information about redevelopment since last October when a December start-date for construction was expected. More information as it comes in. Charlottesville’s efforts to create a Climate Adaptation Plan move forward this month with a community forum to get input on potential threats from more extreme weather patterns. The October 25 event will be the first steps for the city to complete a Climate Vulnerability Assessment. “As part of the city’s climate action effort, it has committed to developing a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to prepare and respond to our changing climate,” said Susan Elliott, the city’s climate protection program manager..Participants are being asked to review a webinar recorded on October 7 where representatives from ICLEI described Charlottesville’s projected climate hazards and gave an overview of the process. Another pre-forum webinar will be held on October 15. (register) The Community Forum on October 25 will begin at 5:30 p.m. (register)Charlottesville City Council will have to appoint someone to serve as City Manager as of Monday, November 1. The five-member elected body held an emergency closed session Tuesday afternoon to discuss “Urgent Personnel Matters.” “I move that we accept the resignation of Chip Boyles, effective October 29, 2021 per the letter that he has sent to Council,” said City Councilor Heather Hill as she read a motion coming back from closed session. Council voted 5-0 to accept the resignation, but there was no sense of who would take over as city manager. There are two deputy city managers who were hired by Boyles, both of whom have a collective tenure of seven months. Ashley Marshall has been Deputy City Manager for Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion since May and Sam Sanders has been Deputy City Manager for Operations since August. Before we get back to Boyles, there was also news of another person leaving city government. In an earlier motion, Hill disclosed the departure of the city’s Information Technology department, Sunny Hwang. He’s served in that position since September 2018 according to his LinkedIn profile, which has not yet been updated. There are also vacancies at the tops of the parks department and the public works department. Back to Boyles. Boyles was hired in January to replace John Blair, who served as interim city manager after Dr. Tarron Richardson resigned in September. In his resignation letter, Boyles said he had been hired to help the organization get back on its feet after a “time of turbulence and organizational instability.” “This success was disrupted with my decision to to change the leadership of the City Police Department,” Boyles wrote. “I continue to support my decision taken on this matter, but the vitriol associated with this decision of a few vocal community members and the broken relationship with Mayor Walker have severely limited my ability to be productive towards the goals of City Council.”Boyles said personal and professional attacks from Walker and others were beginning to hurt his mental health. He resigned to protect himself and his family. To recap, Boyles terminated the contract of Chief RaShall Brackney on September 1, 2021, triggering a ferocious outcry from Walker. She spent much of the September 7 meeting using her privileges as Mayor to force a conversation about the topic. For context, go back and listen to the September 8 edition of this newsletter. The soundbites for the read of the newsletter today come from the October 4, 2021 meeting of Council, and the last hour or so of the meeting. The agenda listed a formal discussion of the matter at the conclusion of other business. Boyles defended his decision, which was his alone to make under the city’s charter. Boyles’ explanationBoyles said Brackney had moved the department toward being a more just and fair system, but said surveys conducted by the Police Benevolent Association indicated low morale.“It became to me evident that some type of change needed to be made that while we had been making strides in one area, the implementation into the department itself was in jeopardy,” Boyles said. That soundbite comes from about an 11 minute explanation that Boyles gave. For some more background, I refer you to the August 20 “response from the city” to those PBA surveys. The statement also describes the resignations of two members of the SWAT team and the termination of a third. (read the statement)What followed were questions from the rest of the Council. Councilor Michael Payne said he was concerned about the timing of the incident.“It has to be stated that, one, the PBA is an organization that is one that is not friendly to reform,” Payne said. “Those organizations across the country are not friendly to officers being disciplined and held accountable for mistreatment.” Vice Mayor Sena Magill said she wanted Boyles to write down his vision for the city.“I have seen the team that you are building in City Hall and I believe that you are focused on a team that wants to bring Charlottesville into 21st century practices on a lot of things including a teamwork environment,” Magill said.Councilor Heather Hill.“We’re not condoning any of the behaviors that were rightfully dealt with in the police department and that we are committed to a very way of policing in the city of Charlottesville,” Hill said. In his comments on October 4, Councilor Lloyd Snook referred to a closed session from mid August after the disciplinary actions described in the statement were made. “When Chief Brackney explained to use in closed session on August 16 I believe it was what the evidence was of the SWAT team officers conduct, showed us a few snippets of video,” Snook said. “Every Councilor in the room, every senior management person in the room was satisfied with the chief’s decision.”Snook said the City Manager has the right and power to fire the police chief.“The only issue for us quite frankly is whether we fire the city manager for firing the police chief,” Snook said. On October 4, Snook said the answer was no.But for Mayor Nikuyah Walker, the answer was not no. Walker’s cross-examinationWalker used her time to ask Boyles a series of pointed questions, including this one about internal surveys. “How did you arrive from looking at the survey that the Chief was the issue based on those surveys,” Walker asked.“Most of the survey was built around the command staff and answers were regarding the individual command staff but it was just an overall leadership from both the questions that were included in the survey and then the chance for the officers to comment,” Boyles said. Let’s skip ahead a little to another section.“So these issues arose and you didn’t afford her a conversation to talk with her about the issues that you had come to learn and create a plan with her to rectify those issues,” Walker said.“I did,” Boyles said. “And one of our meetings after a lot of this started becoming evident, I asked her about preparing a plan to try to address some of these items. The response was that a plan wasn’t needed and what did I have in mind to put into a plan.”Boyles said that was not his area of expertise. Let’s skip ahead. Walker quoted from the September 17 op-ed Boyles wrote for the Daily Progress.“So, in the immediacy of the decision in the op-ed piece that you wrote that the CPD was ‘gripped in chaos’,” Walker said.“Yes, it was my understanding that some of the leadership positions were not going to be staying if Chief Brackney were staying,” Boyles said. This line of questioning continued. Walker said her information said only two of six members of the command staff were set to leave. “So, you consider two of six people to be chaos?” Walker said. “No, I think it extends beyond,” Boyles said. “It’s the statements from the survey of people looking for other jobs, wanting to be out of the police department. There is no smoking gun in this.”Walker went through many of the comments and read through them out loud. She also wanted to pin down Boyles on what conversations he had with regional leaders about policing issues. Boyles said those were conversations were private and in confidence.“Okay, Chip, so since all of these people are secretive and you think that’s okay, because what you want us to do on whether or not you want to stay here or not based on some random conversations we had without talking to you about?” Walker asked.”That’s a decision you all will make,” Boyles said. “As I stated earlier, I’m here to fulfil the direction of Council. I took this job knowing. I think I’ve even stated for me there’s a job evaluation every other meeting. I accept that.”The questioning continued. At one point, there was to have been a press conference after the release of the August 20 statement.“And then, Chief Brackney arrived at a meeting, right, Chip? And you had changed course by that time that there’s no longer going to be a press conference,” Walker said.“Yes,” Boyles responded. “We had a disagreement over wanting to show the videos that you all saw in your closed session.” A little later on in the cross-examination, Councilor Hill brought a specific incident related to how former Police Chief Brackney responded to feedback. Go back to the tape to learn more about that but Walker asked Hill to read the email in question. “Okay, do you want to pull that email up?” Walker asked“I’m happy to find it, but I don’t think it’s necessary right now,” Hill said. “I’m just saying you are trying to pick specific examples. I don’t want to go down this path with you.”“I’m not,” Walker said, her voice rising. “I was open to whatever you all presented. I asked and allowed you all you to talk first because I’m just trying…”“We were trying to be respectful,” Hill said. “Excuse me?” Walker asked.“We were trying to be respectful of the process,” Hill said. “This is not the appropriate forum to get into all of this.”“You were not trying to be respectful of any process,” Walker said. “I have been on this Council and I know how you operate.”“I’d like for us to move on,” Hlll said. The conversation went back to that meeting after the August 20 press release. Boyles explained the dynamic that was leading him to make a decision. “That meeting was a good indication similar to what Councilor Hill was just talking about when we began to disagree over the videos and other issues, Chief Brackney just left the meeting which again gave me concern of being able to work with that type of interaction, with that type of relationship,” Boyles said. Boyles acknowledged that Brackney had told him that she had felt targeted by members of the community as well as internally. “My knowledge of that comes from what she’s told me and I certainly believe it to be true,” Boyles said. Walker was clear she was not going to let Boyles forget his decision to terminate Brackney. “I can go on about every city manager that has been here, and you are never going to, I told you this, Chip,” Walker said. “You’re never going to live past this decision.”Soon after, Walker quoted from the book White Rage to make part of her point and chastised her fellow Councilors for trying to control her.“Have I made 100 percent of the right decisions?” Walker asked. “No. Have you all made 100 percent of the right decisions? No. You haven’t. But again, your white gaze gets to determine who wins in a situation like this.”Earlier this year, Walker wrestled with whether to seek a second term before announcing in May she would be a candidate. She withdrew from the race on September 8, citing the racism of her fellow Councilors. Walker raised no campaign funds this year. The conversation on October 4 continued, and the rest of the discussion is available to watch.  Now it’s perhaps a better use of our time to think ahead to Council’s next meeting on October 18, as well as the four regular meetings of the year. Two new Councilors will join in January when Walker and Hill’s terms are up. Who will be the city manager? Who will be mayor? Who will be running the city This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Mike Safo
Mike Safo with Pat Lynch, NYPD PBA President

Mike Safo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 51:00


Joined today by NYPD PBA President, Police Officer Patrick Lynch. Pat and I talk about his childhood growing up in Queens, and how being a city worker was a route he knew he wanted to take. We hear about why Officer Lynch decided to raise his right hand and join the NYPD. Pat shares about graduating the police academy, getting stationed in Williamsburg in the 90th Precinct and how different it was back then to now. He describes the day to day battles and responsibilities the PBA has, from petitioning against the release of cop killers to making sure the NYC police officers are represented rightfully and fair. We talk about the current state of policing in this climate with a war on police officers, from bail reform to the protests. Morale seems to be at an all-time low and Pat and I talk about why that is, how that can be changed and if there is a glimmer of hope. Pat shared his experience meeting with President Trump, why it's so important for cops to vote and how he was feeling before addressing the nation during the RNC. He beams with pride about his 2 son's raising their right hand and joining the police department, and confesses what his biggest fear is for them. From meeting Joe Frazier to responding to the Miracle on the Hudson, Officer Pat Lynch shows why he deserves to be the head of the most powerful police union in the United States.   **Sponsor:  https://www.instagram.com/Henry_daverin/ **

Mike Safo
Mike Safo with Pat Lynch, NYPD PBA President

Mike Safo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 49:00


Joined today by NYPD PBA President, Police Officer Patrick Lynch. Pat and I talk about his childhood growing up in Queens, and how being a city worker was a route he knew he wanted to take. We hear about why Officer Lynch decided to raise his right hand and join the NYPD. Pat shares about graduating the police academy, getting stationed in Williamsburg in the 90th Precinct and how different it was back then to now. He describes the day to day battles and responsibilities the PBA has, from petitioning against the release of cop killers to making sure the NYC police officers are represented rightfully and fair. We talk about the current state of policing in this climate with a war on police officers, from bail reform to the protests. Morale seems to be at an all-time low and Pat and I talk about why that is, how that can be changed and if there is a glimmer of hope. Pat shared his experience meeting with President Trump, why it's so important for cops to vote and how he was feeling before addressing the nation during the RNC. He beams with pride about his 2 son's raising their right hand and joining the police department, and confesses what his biggest fear is for them. From meeting Joe Frazier to responding to the Miracle on the Hudson, Officer Pat Lynch shows why he deserves to be the head of the most powerful police union in the United States.  

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 46 Sweep The Rack "The Speculation Schedule"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 77:05


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are creating their own 2022 PBA schedule for the fans! We should be the PBA "Dream Team" ! We also speak about the Bowlero press release and Worst of the Week! 

Early Break
Robin Washut (Husker Online) / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

Early Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 16:15


-Doesn't Nebraska's defensive performance make it that much more important for the team to make a bowl game? -Is anyone good in the B1G conference? And in college football, in general? -What's in store for Nebrasketball's scrimmage this upcoming Friday night at PBA? Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING

Cowbell Kingdom Podcast
CK Podcast 549: Why did the Kings improve so much defensively in Summer League?

Cowbell Kingdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 23:31


Stockton Kings Assistant Coach Jimmy Alapag who is also one of PBA's 40 Greatest Players joins the show to discuss his career, early beginnings, spiritual life and the Sacramento Kings winning the 2021 Summer League Championship. You can follow Jimmy's amazing family YouTube channel here:https://youtube.com/c/AlapagFamilyFun► Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ck-podcast/id1143709061?mt=2► Subscribe to Leo's YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/LeoBeas► Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/CowbellkingdomTV► Follow Basketball Zone for

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 43 Sweep The Rack "106"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 72:56


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are talking Big Mike's terrible league night yet again, PBA Regional prize funds and how the PBA should re-evaluate their regional program, The Tom Smallwood pilot trailer, and of course Worst of the Week! 

Boomer & Gio
9/9/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 2 (7am-8am)

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 36:56


Former Big League reliever Kyle Farnsworth sent out a tweet regarding players taking days off for 'general soreness' that caught Gio's attention, Adam Gase is coaching high school football, a suggestion how to properly use a PBA cards when you get pulled over, WFAN still has a store at JFK Airport, Jerry then joined the fray to deliver an update, more losing for the baseball locals, Derek Jeter enters the Hall of Fame, prepping for the NFL season, Ed Ogeron prepares to face his son and Anthony doesn't think Gio has what it takes to be a high school football coach.  All that and so much more waits you, so get into it already.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Project Management Podcast
Episode 471: Project Business Automation (Free) #PMOT

The Project Management Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021


Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Project Business Automation (PBA) is a category of business systems that are designed to integrate and automate the business processes of project-based companies. So if your company is in a project driven industry - for example construction, engineering or professional services - where you work on projects that are paid for by your customers, then having a PBA system is a must.

Ahora Dicen
Nicolás Kreplak: "Estamos avanzando muy solidamente a un verano mucho más activo"

Ahora Dicen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 20:37


Nicolás Kreplak, ministro de Salud de PBA, en "Ahora Dicen", conducido por Florencia Halfon, Nicolás Fiorentino y Nazarena Lomagno en Futurock.fm.

Off The Record with Migs and Cesca
S04E05 ( Part 1): B-League bound with Ray Parks Jr.

Off The Record with Migs and Cesca

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 26:54


It's the 5th episode of Season 4 here on Off The Record. We have Migs and Cesca chat with Ray Parks Jr. as he goes Japan bound to play for the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins. Tune in as Ray shares how he got to play for the team, his message to the PBA and to his dad, what role is he going to play after his quarantine, and how he wants to experience Japan and its culture --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/offtherecord-migs-cesca/message

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 40 Sweep The Rack "The Urethane Slayer"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 77:34


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike have a great show planned for the fans tonight. The guys discuss Sean Rash's 17th PBA title , Is urethane making PBA players less versatile, Pro's skipping the PBA event to bowl the New Mexico Open, and worst of the week! 

Charlottesville Community Engagement
August 21, 2021: Reviewing the Census with UVA demographer Hamilton Lombard; Police Chief Brackney responds to PBA letter

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 32:51


In today’s Substack-fueled shout-out, Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit the Code for Charlottesville website to learn more, including details on projects that are underway.On today’s show: A demographer at the Weldon Cooper Center at the University of Virginia is concerned about the accuracy of the 2020 CensusUpdates from the Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory CommitteeDr. Danny Avula gives a press briefing on planning for booster shots this fall Charlottesville Police Chief blasts police group’s concerns about her leadershipIn July, the Virginia Department of Health stopped releasing COVID data on the weekends, so today we’ll begin with the seven-day average yesterday of 2,322 and the percent positivity increased to 9.1 percent. There have been 156 deaths from COVID in Virginia since July 21. As of yesterday, two-thirds of adult Virginians are fully vaccinated and the seven-day average of shots per day is 14,581. That’s around the same number as last week. The VDH usually updates its dashboard measuring the percentage of new COVID cases by vaccination status on Fridays, but that did not occur yesterday. On August 19, there were over 141,000 new cases nationwide, around the same rate as in mid November. The winter surge peaked at around 250,000 cases a day the week of early January. There is growing concern about the ability of the delta variant to infect the vaccinated, but also concern that vaccinated individuals who got either the Pfizer or the Moderna mRNA shot may need a booster. Dr. Danny Avula is overseeing the Virginia Department of Health’s vaccine programs. (read transcript of 8/19 briefing) (listen to full briefing)“Overtime, vaccine efficacy starts to decrease, [but] vaccine efficacy is still very strong against hospitalizations and deaths, and we are starting to see decreased effectiveness against the Delta variant,” Dr. Avula said.This week, the first third shots have been given to immunocompromised individuals. September 20 is the target date set by federal officials for the roll-out of booster shots for the general population. That depends on approval from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the overall Centers for Disease Control. But, the general parameters of how it would work are becoming known. “You will be eligible for a booster shot eight months after your second dose of your mRNA vaccine,” Dr. Avula said.The details for those who got the Johnson and Johnson are not yet known because research is still inconclusive, but Dr. Avula said the CDC hopes a solution will be worked out by September 20. Dr. Avula also said he’s been told by federal officials that there will be enough supply. “There is enough vaccine for a third dose for every American and we just need to remember that this means this will be a very different scenario from what we working with from December to March,” Dr. Avula said.Meanwhile, Ting Pavilion has joined a growing list of venues that will now require proof of vaccination for admittance. Many restaurants and businesses have begun to require them as well. The summer pandemic surge has put a pause on the preparations for the possibility of in-person public meetings in Albemarle. Emily Kilroy is the county’s director of communications and public engagement. “We’ve done all in-person for many years,” Kilroy said. “We pivoted very quickly to all virtual, but what does it look as we return to normal? There has been a lot of work leading up to that next phase of public meetings, and that work has put on hold just given the CDC’s substantial transmission rate that they have labeled Albemarle County as having.”Kilroy said there are many in the community who would not feel safe sitting in a closed room with other people. She made her comments at the virtual meeting of the Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee, which we’ll hear more about in the future. A dispute in Charlottesville’s Police Department became more public Friday afternoon when the city of Charlottesville released a statement responding to a letter from the Central Virginia chapter of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association. The August 10 letter from chapter president Michael Wells stated that Charlottesville police officers have lost confidence in Police Chief RaShall Brackney due to recent rule changes and policy changes regarding internal investigations and states that have not been fully explained. The letter states a PBA survey of officers captures this spirit and asks for a meeting with Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker and others to remedy the situation. The city’s response is in an unsigned 14-paragraph statement, the first paragraph of which announces that members of the city's SWAT team have been terminated for alleged behaviors that are described in detail in the 9th and 10th paragraphs. The statement describes steps Brackney has taken since becoming chief in June 2018. “Chief Brackney was tasked with updating and reforming how police services are provided within the City of Charlottesville, as well as working to bridge a divide between the city’s citizens, especially African American residents, and law enforcement,” the statement continues. The statement describes how Brackney is seeking to change a “warrior mentality” in the police department. The statement cites a video sent to Brackney by a member of the public which allegedly shows a police corporal making comments captured by a city-owned phone. "The video contained profanity and language indicative of the very subculture of aggression that Chief Brackney is committed to eradicating from Charlottesville policing," the statement continued. The statement goes on to give Chief Brackney's account of the disciplinary action that followed, and concludes with accusations against the PBA for interfering in the process. For more on the story: Read the story in the Daily Progress from reporters Katherine Knott and Allison Wrabel Read the statementWatch the August 12 Police Civilian Review Board meetingThe county’s seven community advisory committees are intended to be monthly forums to help Albemarle staff and elected officials implement the seven areas designated for growth. They’re also places where one can learn information about developments that are underway. County planner Michaela Accardi provided an update at this past week’s meeting. (download the presentation)“The first project I’ll talk about is the Hydraulic and Georgetown office building,” Accardi said. The Albemarle Board of Supervisors granted a rezoning for the project back in 2008 to clear the way for offices. The project was dormant for many years, but a site plan was approved last October and construction on the one-acre site is underway. “The applicant is in the process of undergoing utility improvements on the site so you might see some work over there,” Accardi said. A new 60,000 square foot Boys and Girls Club on school property at the Lambs Lane campus is in the planning phases and requires a special use permit to allow for a Community Center. Accardi said a vote on that permit is currently in deferral, even though the final site plan is under review. “This is a little bit of an untraditional, nontraditional approach where the site plan is under review because this building can exist on this site as a school use,” Accardi said. Groundbreaking is slated for August 28, according to Jack Jouett District Supervisor Diantha McKeel. Another project that has been deferred is a residential one called Arbor Oaks Townes in which an applicant is seeking a rezoning for one acre of land on Hydraulic Road from R-4 to R-15. A community meeting was held in October, but the 14-unit project is on hold indefinitely. One project that is moving forward is the Premier Circle project which will see up to 140 units dedicated to households and individuals with very low and extremely low incomes. Piedmont Housing Alliance, Virginia Supportive Housing, and the Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless are the entities behind the project. “The rezoning was approved by the Board of Supervisors and we haven’t had any further plans submitted at this time,” Accardi said. There was also an update from Samantha Strong, the manager of Stonefield. The former Pier One Space is being subdivided into three spaces, one of which will be the first Virginia location of the Torchy’s Tacos chains. “The middle space is under negotiations and I’m actually expecting that before the month is out we’ll have that lease signed,” Strong said. “The third space is also in the early stages of negotiation.”Elsewhere in Stonefield, there’s a lease signed for another chain eatery called Organic Krush.“We’re really excited because it’s going to bring cold-pressed juices, whole fruit smoothies, it’s very all-natural, very healthy, bold, different things like that,” Strong said. Strong said the pandemic has not affected vacancy rates on the retail side of Stonefield. “We are very close to being at 100 percent occupancy which has not happened at Stonefield before,” Strong said. Strong said the space formerly occupied by an Italian restaurant may become an event space, citing a need for such places in the community. You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement and it’s time now for another reader-supported announcement. The nonprofit group Resilient Virginia works to inform decision makers and officials about how to prepare for a changing world. They’re holding their annual event virtually this year, and registration prices go up at the end of this week. The Resilient Recovery Conference will take place the mornings of August 25, August 26, and August 27. Take a look at the details of the event as well as pricing at resilientvirginia.org. Earlier this month, t he U.S. Census Data released more of the results of the 2020 count, with numbers on population, housing units, and demographics. The official Charlottesville population is 46,553, or a 7.1 percent increase over the 2010 count. Albemarle’s official population increased 13.6 percent to 112,395. The count began on April 1, 2020, after most higher education facilities shut down at the beginning of the pandemic.  Each year, the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia produces population estimates for use by the state government to help allocate funds for various programs and government services. Their 2020 estimate for Charlottesville was 49,447, nearly three thousand more than the official count. (2020 Weldon Cooper estimates)Hamilton Lombard is a research specialist who combs through building permits and other sources to come up with the estimates. I spoke with him this week to ask about the discrepancy between the official count and the higher numbers from Weldon Cooper. “When you look at the Charlottesville region as a whole, we’ve had remarkably steady growth decade after decade,” Lombard said. “This decade wasn’t really very different. Where the growth happened shifted a little bit. First half of the decade we had fairly strong growth in the city. It seemed to slow down maybe even slightly reverse in the second half of the decade just because there was a lot of less development going on in the city.” Lombard said he thinks the county in Charlottesville is inaccurate based on a review of individual tracts. “I think most college students on campuses were counted correctly, but ones off campus were not typically,” Lombard said. “If you look at the Census block over near the Corner that has the GrandMarc apartment complex, in 2010 the Census count is 796 residents. In 2020, the count is 348. There are probably multiple cases like that.”In 2006, Charlottesville successfully challenged the Census Bureau’s 2005 estimates, which slowed a decline of around 4,000. I’ve got questions out to the city to see if they plan a dispute this time around. (Listen to a 2006 radio story I produced on this topic) For the rest of this interview, you’ll have to listen to the podcast for the details. Thanks for reading! Did you know that if you sign up for a paid subscription, Ting will match the amount! So, for $5 a month, $50 a year, or $200 a year, Ting will make a contribution to support this independent production and keep me in the business of tracking as many pieces of the puzzle as I can. And, please share with people you think would like to know more about what’s happening in the community. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

At The Buzzer: Basketball plus other sports | With Naveen Ganglani
Episode 22: Ride the Robert Bolick rollercoaster

At The Buzzer: Basketball plus other sports | With Naveen Ganglani

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 50:04


PBA standout Robert Bolick shares his basketball journey from college to the pros, and why he hates losing

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 39 Sweep The Rack "The House of Big Mike"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 84:31


Brooklyn Rob & Big Mike talk about Darren's Tang first PBA title in Coldwater, FLO Bowling's technical difficulties, will the PBA start bowling ball testing again, USBC adding big money to their major prize funds, and worst of the week. 

The NBA FAN PODCAST
Episode 33: Basketball around the World Part1 - Basketball madness in den Philippinen

The NBA FAN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 42:09


Links: https://linktr.ee/NBAFanPodcast Gast: Tobias Dauer  Euer Gastgeber Steffen und sein Gast Tobias präsentieren euch heute den ersten Teil von ,,Basketball around the World". Darin geht es um die ,,Basketball madness" in den Philippinen. In dem basketballverrückten Land dreht sich alles um Basketball, die einheimische PBA ist eine faszinierende, bunte Liga. Viel Spaß mit dieser neuen, spannenden Episode.  ab (02:10) Christian Standhardinger, Basketball im Alltag überall: Wie kam es dazu, dass der BBL-Spieler und deutsche Jugendnationalspieler plötzlich für die Philippinen aufläuft und auch in der dortigen Liga PBA spielt? Warum ist Basketball in den Philippinen so unglaublich beliebt? ab (09:50) Was ist Basketball-Karaoke? ab (13:15) Beermen, Burger King Whoppers, Gin Kings, Shoe Blocks: Was geht ab in der heimischen PBA? Welche Teams haben Chancen auf den Titel, wo wird Christian Standhardinger landen?  Hier der Link zu dem erwähnten Shoe-Block: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvpM_7R6mys Hier ein Link zu einer CNN-Doku über die verrückten Fans: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_ej0hGcEDc   ab (30:22) Philippinos in der NBA und International: Das Talent Kai Sotto ist auf dem Sprung, Jordan Clarkson und Erik Spoelstra sind schon lange da.  ab (34:38) Special Courts in den Philippinen: Die Straße wird zum Stadion, Courts im Dschungel und am Strand. Und natürlich das berühmte: ,,The Tenement", Lebron James, Paul George waren auch schon auf dem legendären Court.  Hier eine tolle Dokumentation zu dem weltberühmten Court ,,The Tenement": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rtqAUcUl9E&t=402s Vielen Dank allen Hörern und Supportern! Wir sind die Fans, wir sind der Pod!      

Retro Pop
Episode 50 - Pete Weber

Retro Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021


Welcome to Retro Pop! On this podcast, hosts Matt and Johnny take you down memory lane discussing all things pop culture! They guarantee at some point they will cover a topic you're interested in or their names aren't Matt and Johnny. Which they are... this was already stated in the previous sentence. Thanks for letting these guys into your ears!! Wait… That didn't sound great. Thanks for listening! Matt and Johnny look at one of the most polarizing figures in the history of bowling! Pete Weber, the man who put the PBA on his back for 41 years and brought it some mainstream appeal, is the focus of today's episode. Learn about the life and times of the “Bad Boy of Bowling”! Find us on the web and social media: BICBP-RADIO.com InstagramJohnny Townsend    johnnyism28Matt Johnson maverickmattmultimedia

Danny Clinkscale: Reasonably Irreverent
Kansas City Profiles Presented by Easton Roofing-Visionary Marketing Journey-Mark Bisbing

Danny Clinkscale: Reasonably Irreverent

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 57:35


From being a key to bringing Tiger Woods to Nike, to raising the brand of golf and bowling tours, or working in the private sector, Mark Bisbing has just about seen and done it all. Great tales of personalities from Tiger to Arnie to Michael Jordan and more.

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 38 Sweep The Rack "Stop Its Purple Hammer Time"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 74:50


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike discuss on this episode Matt Russo's career first title, If the purple hammer should be illegal, Lefties dominate in Jonesboro,  Jillian Martin's record breaking PWBA win, PB3 winning 4 straight PBA 50 regional and national titles, Bowlers Journal snub of TD on their All American Team, and worst of the week! 

Business Leadership Series
Episode 1022: BLS MInute - Jason Belmonte

Business Leadership Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 4:43


 Jason Belmonte is one of the all time greatest Professional Bowlers. Jason upset the entire game, said he was botching it, and that he needed to correct his bowling style because it was different from the standard. Jason overcame all of those challenges, and now has the most PBA wins. 

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 34 "Who the Fook is That Guy?"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 58:45


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are back at it again! They discuss if bowling needs a Connor McGregor on the PBA, show some highlights of this weeks JOG, Big Mike's league review, Kyle Troup losing the ESPY, PBA's recent strike derby show and of course WOTW! 

The Lupe and Royce Show

Professional bowler and six-time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte (https://www.jasonbelmonte.com/) joins the fellas to discuss the fine details of the sport of bowling. You'll be itching to get out on the lanes after this one and who knows we might just see our first Lupe and Royce bowling tournament in the very near future. Email your questions to saywhatdotmedia@gmail.com, leave us a voicemail at 707-276-6261,  and subscribe to Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/lupeandroyce) for bonus content & perks.Shout out to the sponsors of today's show, StockX: Buy and sell the hottest sneakers, apparel, electronics, collectibles, trading cards and accessories at http://www.stockx.comThe Lupe & Royce Show is a Say What Media Production: https://www.saywhat.media/ It is hosted by Lupe Fiasco, Royce da 5'9” and Tom Frank. It's produced by Tom Frank and Lauren Sloat, and recorded and mixed by Claude Jennings. 

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 33 Sweep The Rack "Brooklyn We Go Hard"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 62:48


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are bowling once again! Rob speaks about his recent TAT tournament in Vegas where he threw the Brooklyn strike heard around Vegas and Big Mike speaks about his action match after league. The guys also talk about the recent Bowlero ISOS partnership, retired PBA player coming out of retirement, and Amleto winning the PBA50 event. Dont forget about Worst of the Week! 

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)
世の光 2021年7月5日 菊地百合子「谷間に咲く百合」/ PBA 70th Special

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 4:09


世の光 2021年7月5日 菊地百合子「谷間に咲く百合」/ PBA 70th Special 山形ホーリネス教会

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)
世の光 2021年6月28日 関根弘興「わたしと伝道放送」 / PBA 70th SPECIAL

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 4:10


世の光 2021年6月28日 関根弘興「わたしと伝道放送」 PBA 70thスペシャル

CPQ Podcast
Interview with Matthew Mong, VP at Adeaca

CPQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 30:30


Matthew (Matt) Mong is VP of Project Business Automation (PBA), Marketing and Communications at Adeaca, a company based in Atlanta, GA. In this interview he talks about a very different kind of CPQ Solution that is embedded into Microsoft Dynamics 365 and is called PBA. He further mentions who is using this solution, how to maintain this solution, why he sees this as a new product category, which companies can use this solution and more website www.adeaca.com   LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/mgmong/

Early Break
Two very different concerts for Lincoln were announced yesterday

Early Break

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 6:14


-PBA announced that Lil' Baby will be playing later this year there (Jake has never heard of this person), and that Sheryl Crow will be at Pinewood Bowl on Sept. 7. We know her! -Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers) Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 30 Sweep The Rack "Place Your Bets"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 59:23


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are at it again! We talk about the most recent FS1 Empress shows that are back at Bayside Bowl! First time in over a year that the fans are back live. We also speak about why the PBA should be based around betting. Don't forget worst of the week! 

Hot Mornings with Ryan Deelon & Tara Fox
06.15.21 Best Purchase Under $100

Hot Mornings with Ryan Deelon & Tara Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 30:34


(Intro) Rolling Loud NY (Topic) What's the best purchase you've made under $100 (Dirty) Bennifer PDA. Chrissy Teigen apology. Nicki Minaj blows off T-Pain. Lizzo declares it a Big Girl Summer. (5TYNTK) Get paid $1500 to get back to work. Maine CDC reports 3 new Covid related deaths. Apparent hoax threat at a Portland middle school. Juneteenth will become a state holiday in Maine. PBA returns to Bayside this week. (Outro) Jenga Lord

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 29 Sweep The Rack "Bowling is Fun"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 64:02


The guys this week talk about Big Mike house league experience, the PBA's lack of marketing for PBA King of the Hill shows, PBA bringing on PBR beer as a sponsor for next three tourneys, Kelly Kulick winning the PWBA tourney, and of course Worst of the Week! 

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)
世の光 2021年6月7日 黒木昭江「人生を変える出会い」/ PBA 70周年スペシャル

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2021 4:12


世の光 2021年6月7日 黒木昭江「人生を変える出会い」/ PBA 70周年スペシャル 黒木昭江牧師(富田キリスト教会、金山キリスト教会)

The Beauty Brains
Is mixing Vitamin C and Niacinamide a problem? Episode 268

The Beauty Brains

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 32:52


On today’s show Valerie and Perry are going to be answering your questions including… What’s the deal with vitamin C and niacinamide? Is it bad to use them together?What’s the difference between reactive and sensitive skin?And are products who disclose percentages better than ones that don’t?Beauty ScienceCalifornia prohibits hemp derived CBD in cosmetics. China bans the use of CBD in cosmeticsValerie at PBA 4 Ways to Ask a question -1. Become a patron and ask through there. These get top attention.2. You can record your question on your smart phone and email to thebeautybrains@gmail.com3. Send it to us via social media (see links below)4. Submit it through the following form - Ask a questionSupport the Beauty BrainsThe Beauty Brains are now on Patreon! If you want to support the show Patreon is the best way to do it. This will help keep the show going and avoid any of those pesky advertisements that I find so maddening in other podcasts that I listen to. Thank you to all of our Patrons!Social media accountson Instagram we’re at thebeautybrains2018on Twitter, we’re thebeautybrainsAnd we have a Facebook pageBe Brainy about your Beauty!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebeautybrains?fan_landing=true)

Industry Focus
Energy: Dividends and a Pipeline Bidding War

Industry Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 19:28


The Motley Fool Canada’s Nate Parmelee joins the show to break down the pipeline industry and look at an ongoing bidding war between Pembin Pipeline and Brookfield Infrastructure for ownership of the pipeline assets of Inter Pipeline Stocks Mentioned: KMI, PBA, BIP, BIPC, BRK.A, BRK.B, IPL, EPD, OKE Check out more of our content here: Podcasts Youtube Twitter Reach us by Email @ IndustryFocus@fool.com

I'm a Rescue
Episode 56: Tom Clark talks to Pro Bowling Commissioner Tom Clark

I'm a Rescue

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 49:32


Continuing the Tom Clark interviews Tom Clark series, we have commissioner of the Pro Bowlers Association (PBA) Tom Clark. He has been the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour Commissioner since 2011, and with the PBA since 2008. He was the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Vice President of Marketing from 2005-2008. Before working in bowling, he was a sportswriter and assignment editor at USA TODAY. Tom is from Syracuse, NY, has resided in Virginia and North Carolina, and lives near Milwaukee with his wife Kelli and two kids. Daughter Quinn is about to start grad school at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and son Rory is set to attend and bowl for University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Rory carries a 228 average with a 300 game. The PBA, established in 1958, is the highest level of professional bowling in the world, with the best players and events in the sport, awarding millions of dollars in prize money each year and seen regularly on FOX Sports and CBS Sports Network. This June 15-20, the PBA will be live on FS1 with the "King of the Lanes" series. Visit PBA.com for more information. Follow Tom Clark (the one from bowling) on Twitter @ClarkPBA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/imarescue/support

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)
世の光 2021年5月31日 原田憲夫「新しい旅へ〜出発信仰!」

世の光 (太平洋放送協会 Pacific Broadcasting Association)

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 4:12


世の光 2021年5月31日 原田憲夫「新しい旅へ〜出発信仰!」 PBA 70周年スペシャル

Talk to Chuck with Chuck Wicks
Chuck Has Some Big Things Coming Up This Week

Talk to Chuck with Chuck Wicks

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 39:02


It's an exciting day for Chuck, Sami and Abby-- they got their first package of fan mail! Chuck has a busy week coming up....He was asked to do something awesome for a friend's wedding, he's playing at a festival on Saturday and he'll be playing in a Celebrity Softball Game next Thursday in Nashville! A PBA pro bowler reached out to him and asked him to be a part something cool-- it's basically a dream come true for Chuck. Want to be a part of 'Talk to Chuck?' Text us! 615-295-8853 Follow Chuck @chuckwicks Sami Shea- @samishea Abby- abby.anderson1_ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 27 Sweep The Rack "Troup There It is"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 66:16


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike welcome onto the show recently crowned PBA Playoff champion and all time leading money winner for one PBA season Kyle Troup. Kyle speaks about his recent win, how he celebrated, what changed in his mental game for a few years ago, and how he battled his inner demons to get to where he is today. Was an amazing interview ! 

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Sweep The Rack Season 2 Episode 26 "We Found Randy"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 65:30


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike welcome onto the show PBA Hall of Famer and PBA announcer Randy Pederson. Randy talks about the most recent PBA Playoffs tournament, talks about Kyle Troup's big win, and the Anthony Simonsen controversial comments. Rob gives his USBC Open experience, PWBA Queens results, and of course Worst of the Week. 

Police Off The Cuff
Daryl Turner is the Director of the Portland Police Association, he talks about the inaction of government in Portland that is destroying the city. To the Point episode 8 with SBA President Ed Mullins

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 68:42


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. To the Point with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired Sergeant Bill Cannon Retired Officer Daryl Turner was born and raised in Newark New Jersey, attended Central Washington University, and is a United States Army Veteran. He began his career with the Portland Police Bureau as a uniform patrol officer in 1991 and over the years has been a part of the Gang Enforcement Team, Drugs and Vice Division, and Training Division. He was elected to the Portland Police Association (PPA) Executive Board in 2000 and served 4 terms, July 2010- November 2020 as PPA President. In 2015, he launched the Oregon Coalition of Police & Sheriffs and serves as President advocating on behalf of Oregon law enforcement in the state legislature. In 2017, he worked to establish an organization that brings together law enforcement nationwide in a unified voice and served as the founding president of the United Coalition of Public Safety. As a 1998 recipient of the Portland Police Bureau Meritorious Service Medal for Valor and a 2006 recipient of the Optimist Club Memorial Officer of the Year Award, his commitment to excellence in policing was showcased. In addition, Officer Turner’s 40+ letters of commendation prove his dedication to protecting and serving our community. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
To the point with NYPD SBA President Ed Mullins episode 38 with retired sergeant Bill Cannon

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 61:42


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Syracuse PBA President Joe Moran. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

By George Podcast – By George
Expat Hoops- Torey Thomas

By George Podcast – By George

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021


By George Podcasting presents: We talked with former Holy Cross player Torey Thomas about his ongoing 14 year career overseas, which has taken him to Sweden, Holland, Poland, Russia, France, Cyprus, Greece, Macedonia, Italy, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Serbia, Turkey. and about his new PBA team he owns, the New York Generals. Listen in. The post Expat Hoops- Torey Thomas appeared first on By George.

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast
Season 2 Episode 24 Sweep The Rack "Wax on Wax off"

Sweep The Rack Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 77:50


Brooklyn Rob and Big Mike are talking PBA Playoffs! We review the last few matches of the top 16 and look forward to the top 8 matches this weekend. The guy also talk some PBA50 action with PDW winning in 2nd straight, and what we would do if we were content creators for the PBA. Also as always Worst of the Week! 

Police Off The Cuff
To the Point Episode # 4 with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon, with Chicago FOP President John Catanzara Jr.

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 70:28


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Chicago FOP President John Catanzara Jr. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
To the Point with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon, with Dallas PD Sergeant and President of the Dallas PD Association Michael Mata

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 73:31


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Sergeant Michael Mata of the Dallas Police Department. Michael is a Sergeant and a 26 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department. He is currently the President of the Dallas Police Association. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Talk to Chuck with Chuck Wicks
Live Music is Back! Which 2021 Country Tours Have Been Announced + Chuck's Headed to the Beach + New Music Monday

Talk to Chuck with Chuck Wicks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 64:51


Chuck's friend, Bryan Webb, joins Talk to Chuck for this episode while Sami is out! We cover a lot of topics on this one. Bachelorette parties are in full swing and Chuck saw the weirdest party on wheels. Chuck, Bryan and Abby go through which country tours have been announced for 2021. Chuck and his family are headed to Turks and Caicos and he had to get a special COVID health insurance for the trip. Chuck shares a story of how he felt like he was breaking the law from a recent cash transaction. It's New Music Monday and everyone makes their music picks with songs by Kameron Marlowe, Tiera ft. Breland, and Alan Jackson. Chuck also has a big update on bowling and how a pro bowler has offered to recommend him to the PBA board. Follow Chuck on Instagram @chuckwicks Bryan Webb- @bryanwebb Abby- @abby.anderson1_ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Petros And Money
I'm A Horse Monday (Hour 3) 4/12

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 37:29


Fox Sports 1 Rob Stone on his viral PBA video. F-1 Report. DVR with Vassegh.