Jason Longshore caught up with Atlanta United manager to talk about Mexico's elimination at the World Cup and what's next for El Tri. Gonzalo also talked about Atlanta United's new signing, winger Derrick Etienne Jr.
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En la edición AM, hablamos con Cristóbal Pineda, subsecretario de Transporte; con Alejandro Fernández, gerente de Estudios de la consultora Gemines; y con Felipe Posada, director y miembro de Comunidad Traders.
En la edición AM, hablamos con Cristóbal Pineda, subsecretario de Transporte; con Alejandro Fernández, gerente de Estudios de la consultora Gemines; y con Felipe Posada, director y miembro de Comunidad Traders.
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Han nacido más de 50 niños Por 15 años tuvo una vida clandestina como colaborador de las Farc y ahora forma parte de un gran proyecto colectivo de excombatientes en las estribaciones de la serranía del Perijá ÓSCAR PINEDA.
Alexis Pineda, Viceministro del Ministerio de Desarrollo Agropecuario (MIDA), hizo un balance sobre las afectaciones registradas en las provincias de Los Santos, Herrera y Veraguas, en las últimas semanas producto de fuertes lluvias e inundaciones.Pineda informó que luego que pase este periodo de lluvias en el territorio nacional, vendrá un periodo importante de sequía, por lo que la entidad se prepara con planes de contingencia."Estamos reforzando el plan de contingencia para eventos de esta naturaleza. Ya estamos preparados para enfrentar lo que va a venir, un periodo de sequía importante", detalló el viceministro.Sobre la cantidad de pérdidas en cerdos y arroz, indicó: "Pudimos recuperar más de 650 cerdos. La mortalidad se ha identificado en 370 más o menos. En arroz pretendemos llegar a una cifra de 90 mil hectáreas. Casi 400 hectáreas de arroz han sido afectadas (lluvias) en diferentes niveles", informó.
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Dog Wax Records (Take Over) Radio Show with Carlos Pineda Jeancarlo Saenz Pineda, better known in the musical world as Carlos Pineda, was born in Nicaragua in 1996. Since his childhood, music has always accompanied him, since his family have been lovers of Latin music. At the age of 12, his interest in disco music began, soul which at the time had no idea of that style since he always got carried away by the rhythm every time he heard it. This 2022 has been the hype of his career as an artist, managing to sign on major renowned labels and postulating him as one of the best producers in his country and his region in general. •PREVIOUS RELEASES: NERVOUS/ GLASGOW UNDERGROUND HOUSE OF HUSTLE /VIVA MUSIC HOOD POLITICS /HAPPY TECHNO/ MATERIAL SERIES/ SAFE/ DELICIOUS RECORDINGS/AND ANY MORE... Tracklist Carlos Pineda - BAM BAM Carlos Pineda - CALOR Carlos Pineda - TOMA TOMA Carlos Pineda - RASTAS TAS Carlos Pineda - THAST JAM Carlos Pineda - PA TRA Carlos Pineda - CBD Carlos Pineda - HUMP Carlos Pineda - BOOM BOOM Carlos Pineda - IM GETTING IT Carlos Pineda - MUÉVELO MAMI Carlos Pineda - GIMME MORE KIKI Carlos Pineda - EAST COAST Carlos Pineda - BACANO Carlos Pineda - DANGEROUS Carlos Pineda - DEVIL BOY Carlos Pineda - THE CREW Carlos Pineda - MIND CONTROL Carlos Pineda - NEVER BLEED
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DIRECTO MARCA VIGO 15-11-22: - CELTA: Entrevista a Orbelín Pineda. Actualidad del equipo con Gabi Couñago y David Penela. - SECCIONES: Baloncesto. Deporte femenino (Diputación de Pontevedra). - ENTREVISTAS: Carlos Colinas, director deportivo del Celta Zorka Recalvi (sección baloncesto). Chechu Beiro, presidente del Iberconsa Amfiv (sección baloncesto). Sergio González, director deportivo del Seis do Nadal (sección baloncesto). Mario Covelo, presidente de la Federación Gallega de Golf. Claudia Martínez, jugadora del Bembrive FS (sección dep. femenino). Chevy Guzmán, patinador de velocidad. - Llamadas y mensajes de oyentes. - Redes Sociales.
En este episodio Edgardo Sobenes conversa con el Dr. Jiménez Pineda sobre el arbitraje internacional y el derecho del mar. El Dr. Jiménez nos brinda una visión holística de la historia del arbitraje internacional y del proceso de adopción del articulo 287 de la Convención de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Derecho del Mar. Nos habla sobre la fórmula de Montreux, su aplicación y alcance. Explica de forma detallada el arbitraje conforme el Anexo VII y el arbitraje especial en base al Anexo VIII: diferencia y similitudes. Además elabora sobre las contribuciones de los laudos arbitrales al desarrollo y cristalización del derecho del mar, y sobre la ‘fertilización cruzada' entre Tribunales Arbitrales y las Cortes Permanentes.Membresía del Podcast (https://www.hablemosdi.com/contenido-premium)Acerca del Dr. Eduardo Jiménez PinedaLibro: El Arbitraje Internacional y el Derecho del MarProfesor de Derecho Internacional Público en la Universidad de Córdoba (España). Es Doctor en Derecho por la Universidad de Córdoba, con una tesis doctoral defendida en 2021 por la que obtuvo el Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado. Ha realizado estancias de investigación en el Tribunal Internacional del Derecho del Mar (donde fue Nippon Fellow en 2017/2018), en la Academia de Derecho Internacional de La Haya, en el Max Planck Institute de Heidelberg, en el King's College de Londres o en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Es autor de múltiples publicaciones sobre Derecho del Mar, cortes y tribunales internacionales y otros ámbitos del Derecho del Mar. Actualmente, es miembro (en calidad de tesorero) de la Junta Directiva de la Asociación Española de Derecho Internacional y Relaciones Internacionales (AEPDIRI).Puedes adquirir el libro en https://www.hablemosdi.com/libros Support the showAdquiere aquí el libro " Hablemos de Derecho Internacional Volumen I" https://www.hablemosdi.com/libros
Jon and Wes continue hour two of this Tuesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, with Vince Cellini, by talking all things Atlanta United with Atlanta United FC beat reporter for The Athletic, Felipe Cardenas!
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We talk about the season ending Press Conference with Gonzalo Pineda and Carlos Bocanegra. We review the starting lineups and formations through the 2022 season and why Pineda clearly picked favorites over "talent" and basic coaching logic. We had diversity and injuries, but it was not an excuse for the team finishing at the bottom of the eastern conference table. World Cup starts in less than 30 days and we are ready for the France to lose in the first stage of knock out rounds.
Entrevue avec Améli Pineda, journaliste au Devoir : au cours des derniers jours, on souligne les cinq ans du mouvement #moiaussi. Ce dernier s'est déclenché sur les réseaux sociaux en octobre 2017 dans le but de dénoncer les violences sexuelles envers les femmes, à la suite d'accusations contre le producteur de films hollywoodien Harvey Weinstein. La journaliste au Devoir, Améli Pineda, lance un livre dans lequel elle raconte les coulisses des enquêtes des cinq dernières années sur les allégations d'agressions sexuelles reprochées au président du Groupe Juste pour Rire de l'époque, Gilbert Rozon. Chronique de Steve E. Fortin, chroniqueur et blogueur au Journal de Montréal Journal de Québec : qui défendra certains des joyaux de notre patrimoine? Faut-il tout sauver? La maison-atelier du sculpteur Charles Daudelin devrait faire partie du patrimoine à préserver. La rencontre Nantel-Durocher avec Guy Nantel : les « parasites » complètement polarisés sur les réseaux sociaux qui cannibalisent toute forme de conversation nuancée. Entrevue avec Kim Lévesque-Lizotte, scénariste télé : la scénariste télé Kim Lévesque-Lizotte a publié une série de « stories » Instagram dans lesquelles elle mentionne que les médias semblent se régaler du thème suivant : « Pourquoi les féministes occidentales/québécoises n'appuient pas les Iraniennes. » Elle a également publié un statut sur le réseau social Facebook sur le même sujet. Une production QUB Radio Octobre 2022Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Entrevue avec Améli Pineda, journaliste au Devoir : au cours des derniers jours, on souligne les cinq ans du mouvement #moiaussi. Ce dernier s'est déclenché sur les réseaux sociaux en octobre 2017 dans le but de dénoncer les violences sexuelles envers les femmes, à la suite d'accusations contre le producteur de films hollywoodien Harvey Weinstein. La journaliste au Devoir, Améli Pineda, lance un livre dans lequel elle raconte les coulisses des enquêtes des cinq dernières années sur les allégations d'agressions sexuelles reprochées au président du Groupe Juste pour Rire de l'époque, Gilbert Rozon. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
This week McKenzie Alvarez and Lexi Langley welcome Britni Hull and Alan Pineda as they discuss each of their cultures in honor of Hispanic Heritage month. They teach Lexi a bit of Spanish and discuss what they love most about their culture. Join us every week on Wednesday!
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Peer to peer and community is so valuable in the cybersecurity industry. Buyers cannot just rely on vendors to tell them their product is “the best thing since sliced bread.” It's best to ask for advice because buyers' peers have experience with tools and openly share them. That feedback and those stories helps drive them towards a POC. Because a POC is so limited. Buyers cannot identify the value and problems in a short 30-60 day POC. Rich insights from Cecil Pineda, SVP/CISO for a Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management Company. In this episode, I had a brutally honest conversation with Cecil about his challenges, goals, the value of community and peer to peer engagement, how to best leverage community as a vendor, what vendors do that piss him off, and the alternatives. Join Audience 1st Today Join 600+ cybersecurity marketers and sellers mastering security buyer research to better understand their audience and turn them into loyal customers: https://www.audience1st.fm/ Whenever you're ready, there are 3 ways I can help you and your go-to-market team: 1. Conduct a one-to-one interview with an existing or ideal customer and extract the most useful insights and recommendations for action. 2. Connect you with our CISO Panel to validate an idea, trend, message, service or product. 3. Plan and facilitate a customer advisory board (CAB) with your key customers to drive loyalty for your company's brand.
What you'll learn in this episode: What's included in the Jill and Byron Crawford collection that will be auctioned by Bonhams on November 10th, and how they developed such a sweeping collection Why buying jewelry at auction is one of the best ways to find real treasures Tips for first-time auction buyers Why working at an auction house is the best jewelry education How collectors determine it's time to say goodbye to a piece About Emily Waterfall Based in Los Angeles, Emily Waterfall is the Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams Auction House. With over 16 years of experience, Emily is responsible for business-getting, client development, appraisals and sourcing property for jewelry sales in Los Angeles and in New York. Emily began her career as an intern in London at an auction house where she caught her first glance of exquisite things in 2004. Once completing her internship, she worked in New York as a jewelry cataloguer for a leading international auction house for seven years working on several important jewelry auctions including the jewels of Kelly and Calvin Klein, Eunice Gardiner, Lucia Moreira Salles and others. Prior to joining Bonhams, Emily worked for a prominent jewelry buying firm based in Atlanta, GA from 2012 to 2018. A native of San Diego, CA, Emily graduated with an undergraduate degree in Art History from Brigham Young University and has completed courses at the Gemological Institute of America and published articles in the American Society of Jewelry Historians newsletters. Additional Resources: Bonhams L.A. Website Bonhams Instagram Emily's Instagram Photos are available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: Auctions can seem intimidating to first-time buyers, but they are the best way to get a deal on a true, one-of-a-kind treasure, and auction house staff, like Emily Waterfall, Head of the Jewelry Department at Bonhams Los Angeles, are there to help buyers through the process. Emily joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about what to expect at Bonhams' upcoming auction of the Jill and Byron Crawford collection of artist jewelry; the most impressive pieces she's seen during her career; and how collectors can enter the world of auctions confidently. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please head to TheJewelryJourney.com. Today, my guest is Emily Waterfall, who is head of the jewelry department in the L.A. office of the auction house Bonhams. Welcome back. Tell us more about this auction coming up. You're previewing online. How do you handle everything? If you're the auctioneer, how do you handle it when—this is one reason I'm a little frightened by auctions, because there's the bid on the line and there's yours, and there are about five different people from all over the world. How do you handle it? Could I have a chance, basically, is the question. Emily: Absolutely. There are various ways to bid. You can register a bid online. You can bid on our app. Maybe you have a busy day and you're running around. You can register to bid on the telephone on the Bonhams website, or you can leave an absentee bid. I get carried away at auctions. I'll do an absentee bid when I want to put myself on a budget and say I will not spend above this, regardless. That's a fantastic way. Or come and bid in person. Nowadays, we are very digital. Most people are bidding online. The days of auctions being full and everyone dressed to the nines are kind of over. Now, we're more online based. I'll be auctioneering, and I'll have bids from absentee bidders; I'll have telephone bidders; but I see a lot of activity online. It's funny to me, because I always say when I'm auctioneering, “I see you out there.” I don't see them, but I know they're online, and I want to give them presence because they're just as important as any bidder in the room. I hope that explains that. Sharon: Yeah. You say, “I see you out there.” Do you have a computer? Is everybody on a computer, and you can see that this person has bid five times and their name? How does that work? Emily: Everyone has a paddle number, like you'd have if you were in the room. We see those paddle numbers bidding on a computer screen in front of us, so I can track this person's bid a few times. Maybe we have a new bidder entering online. It's fascinating. For me, I love every second of auctioneering. It's exciting to see who's going to jump in and bid, and sometimes it's really nerve-wracking. Sharon: Do you get flustered? When you say nerve-wracking, do you get flustered? Emily: Absolutely. There are moments when I feel like my heart is racing. We all make mistakes, so I try to brush those off because it's a pretty intense moment. We have to give ourselves some grace, but in general, we're well-trained. We all go through very similar training, and it takes years to perfect the craft of it. Sharon: What kind of training do you go through to become an auctioneer? Emily: It depends on your house. Everybody's different. They have their different styles of training, but you usually go through an intensive training where you just practice auctions over and over and over. You have people come in and observe you. They record you. You can see if you have any weirds ticks or anything like that. It's an interesting process. Then you're given an opportunity to start selling, but for short periods of time and just to start practicing. It takes years. It takes years to feel the flow and the energy of it, to know what to anticipate, to know how to engage an audience. We also have to engage them. So, there are a lot of layers to it. Sharon: If a piece comes up and you know the history, will you say, “It comes from the collection of X, Y, Z, but the history is that they bought it in Mexico 40 years ago”? Emily: I typically just say which estate it's from. We like to mention the provenance, but we definitely don't do anything historical. At that point, everyone who's bidding has heard me singing its praises, so we just notate the important provenance and that we're so excited to sell it, and then we go on to sell it. Sharon: I have a friend who's really big on getting a deal. I don't feel so much like that. I feel like you're getting something one of a kind; there's not another one. Is it because it's one of a kind that people should be participating in auctions? I realize dealers sometimes do it for a deal, but why do you think people should participate in auctions? Emily: There are all types of buyers at auctions. I think it's just particular to your taste. Absolutely, it's a great value. I cannot argue that enough. Jewelry at auction is substantially less than retail. We're determining the market daily, but what I'm covering typically has not been seen on the market for 20 to 40 to hundreds of years. It's the time to find true treasures. We have a lot of repeat buyers in every sale, and I love to see what they lean towards, what they love and want to buy. It shows me their personalities. We all have a different item that might our eye, right? Sharon: Right. Emily: And it's the hunt of it; it's the excitement of the auction. I think a lot of different things bring people to auctions, but we're uncovering property that genuinely has not been on the market. That's the best part of it. Sharon: You can do that because people call you and say, “Hey, my grandmother died and she left all this jewelry I have no interest in.” I bet you get a lot of those today. Emily: I do. I wish I remembered this quote. There's something about how the new generation foolishly laughs at the past. It's interesting; there are always amazing collections that the next generation has no interest in. It happens often. Sharon: That's true. Emily: So, our job is to help protect that story, sell it well, promote it as well as we can to help the family. Our job is to help people. It's funny; a lot of people forget that. Our job is actually to work for the consigners, to help them and make the most amount we can for them. Sharon: It's interesting, too, when you say that about the past generations. It's so amazing to me that people didn't like Art Deco or Tiffany and were like, “Where's the garbage can?” Emily: I think they should adopt me, all of them. I love history. The history of jewelry to me is the most fascinating part of this job. Every generation has its own amazing personality to it, and we have to learn how to appreciate that. Sharon: How is the history the most fascinating? Emily: I love the stories of who owned it. I love the stories of how it was acquired. I love the stories of the makers and the periods of time that they were made. Jewelry is hand in hand with cultural events and fashion. Everything has evolved together. Jewelry has not been in a bubble by itself; it's a reaction to what's going on globally, and every area has had different events occur. Jewelry, to me, embodies artistic expression, and I love different periods of expression. Studio jewelry art was amazing when it was coming out because everyone was reacting to boring diamond jewelry. Then again, French Art Deco was very much a reaction, and the amazing results of creative thinking were happening together from poets and artists, interior designers and architects and jewelry. It's all hand in hand, and that to me is extraordinary. Sharon: People can look at jewelry and say, “Oh, it's so dated,” but you can look around the corner, let's say. Can you see what's next? Do you identify it? You don't have to say it, but can you identify what's next when you look at pieces? Emily: I can't find out exactly what's next, but to me, it's funny that yellow gold is king right now, whereas 15, 20 years ago, it was all white gold platinum. Again, this is the generation shifting from what their mothers had or what everyone was wearing. Tastes are changing, so it's always evolving. I think there's room for all of it. I don't think anything should be neglected, because anyone who is expressing themselves expresses their view differently. It might be a chunky, 80s Bulgari gold necklace, or it might be a Graff perfect diamond necklace. Everyone has their different view of expression. Sharon: It's interesting; there are some pieces I'll avoid because I remember they were all trying to get rid of it 40 years ago, and now it's the hottest thing around. This auction that's coming up on November do you have a favorite? Emily: I don't think I can pick a favorite at all. To me, it's a great collection across the board. It's this idea that it's not about the monetary value of what's constructed; it's more about the theory behind it and what was made. I have some pieces by Claire Falkenstein which are really interesting. We have some great Zuni Tunes pieces, which are wonderful, magical, Disney-inspired rings, quite a large collection of those. I'm excited to be selling those, and that in particular I'm going to have my eye on. Then I have Spratling and Pineda which I loved selling. Some Jensen— Sharon: So, Claire Falkenstein, the artist who did some jewelry. Emily: Yes. Sharon: You're selling some of that. O.K. And then the Disney rings, you said Zuni Tunes? Emily: Zuni Tunes. Sharon: Were they made by Disney or by different makers? Emily: No, this is Native American. This is made by Native Americans selling on the side of the road. These are interesting pieces. We see them on the secondary market. We've not had any international auctions, so this is our first attempt, and I'm really excited about them. They have a wonderful collection of Zuni Tunes. So, for any Zuni Tunes collectors out there, please contact me. I'm so excited to sell them. Sharon: You said William Spratling and Antonio Pineda? Emily: Yes. I'm just looking at my list now. Los Castillo, Aguilar. It's quite an amazing collection of Mexican silver. One private collector in particular is a wealth of knowledge. I can't mention the name. I wish I could, but a very important buyer in that world is now selling their collection with me, and I'm honored to be selling that. Sharon: Why would somebody sell a collection if they've spent years putting it together? Emily: I think it depends on if we're wearing it, if it has use to us. They might have moved on. It's not ours to say. It's all per collector and where they're at. Like you were saying, there are some pieces you are willing to say goodbye to. This time, this client is prepared to say goodbye. Sharon: That's what I'm talking about with the hidden stuff. You mentioned a person in Orange County, which is not so far away. How do you find out about these things? Emily: A lot of times people are recommended, which I'm honored by; I love those referrals. A lot of people saw how well we did with the Jill and Byron collection last October, and we are selling some pieces just because of that sale. We were contacted because it did well on an international market. Sharon: Was that the first international modernist sale, you said? Emily: It was for us. That was the first sale, and I believe that was the largest single collection to come to markets internationally at any house. It was an extraordinary event. We definitely broke records for certain artists like Betty Cooke. We had great sales for Native American of Laloma and Monongya and Spratling. Across the board, we commanded very high prices for some of those pieces. It was wonderful. Sharon: As a buyer, I could understand that. If it's a Spratling, there's only so much Spratling around. I'm just using that because he's a known name. You say there's great value. Is there value because it's one of a kind? Is it something that a normal person on the ground should consider? What should I consider, and do I have a chance? Emily: You absolutely have a chance. It just depends on how many people are interested in that one lot. If you're the only buyer, you're going to get it at a fantastic price with little competition, or there will be quite a bit of people bidding against you and you need to be prepared to fight for it. Every lot we don't really know who's going to be interested and who's going to bid until the auction starts, but it's absolutely worth fighting, hands down. My best advice is to be prepared, know what number you're going to spend, and just go for it. How exciting! It's a great story to tell when you wear it. You can say, “Oh, I bought this at auction.” It's a great conversation starter, and jewelry sparks a lot of conversation. Sharon: I've only really looked at auction catalogues and online. Is it something where, if I talk to you or the specialist, you could say, “There's been a lot of interest in this piece. I've had a lot of calls about it,” or “You're the first person I've talked to”? Emily: We don't typically talk about interest because obviously we try to keep people's interest private, but we can say to you the importance of it. We can talk about it. Sometimes they're not one of a kind. With Spratling, there are several versions of some designs. So, we can speak on that for you. We can advise you, not necessarily on how much to spend, but what to anticipate. Our job is to be helpful. Our job is to help guide you through it. We can be on the phone with you and cheer you on, be with you, and make sure we don't let you go over a certain amount. We can be your buddy through that part of it. Sharon: Is it best to go through Bonhams for an auction, or is it better to bid online? There are usually about five different places. Emily: We love it when people contact us. We want to be helpful and answer questions you might have. Some people are being honest and just want to bid online, and that's fantastic. Honestly, there are multiple ways today, but always ask an expert your questions. We definitely don't want buyer's remorse. We want to help you through the process and make sure it brings you joy. It should be a great experience. Sharon: For example, let's say I won the piece. Then you wrap the piece up and send it out? What do you do? Emily: It depends on what you'd like to do. You can either pick it up from us at our office, which we love—we love to see what people bought—or we can do shipments. There are all sorts of ways we can make it happen. Sharon: What do you want to accomplish with the preview at Art Jewelry Forum on October 4? It's online. What do you want to do? Emily: I want to express the breadth of all the amazing jewelry we have, let people know about it and discuss certain areas of it that are of interest. It's letting people know what we have. That's the most wonderful part of it, speaking to the importance of it. Again, I have an art history background. I know a lot about fine jewelry. I've been fortunate enough to have some phenomenal mentors in my crew, but art jewelry, to me, is a new market in terms of international recognition. I think it's time for it to be considered as valuable. It's time for it to be on the market on a regular basis. There are buyers all over the world for this, and I've seen that first-hand. Sharon: Because art jewelry means so many different things to different people, are you talking about—is historical art jewelry different than Manfred Bischoff, who's still alive? What are you talking about? Emily: It's across the board. It encompasses quite a large audience, being from different areas geographically, different time periods. I would like to encompass all of it. I would like it to be its own entity for auction and have regular sales and have property coming up for sale, because sometimes they're hard to find. It's a little more of a hunt. I would like to have artists that are here and artists of the past. I'd like to encompass all of it. Sharon: Do you think Bonhams is pursuing art jewelry, in the sense of becoming the house you go to? Emily: I'd love that, but I realize there's room for everybody. We tested the market last year. We saw a great response. This year, we already had a Clifford Mexican silver sale. I think we're just starting to step into the ladder of it and see what it is. I hope it evolves to where people choose Bonhams, absolutely. Sharon: What is my next step? If I am listening to this, what would the next step be for somebody like me? Do I go online to your site or go online to place a bid? I've never done anything like that. What would somebody do? Emily: Yes, go to Bonhams. The sale will be published online around October 4. So, go on there and just shop. Look and see what you like. Contact us. All our information will be available for you online. See what you like. We aren't printing catalogues anymore. I've noticed that people that are very savvy to jewelry are looking on their phones, their iPads or computers. We'll have additional shots of the items. We'll have model shots so you can understand size and scale. From there, you can register to bid. And always ask us, the experts, for that sale. We want to help you. Sharon: I'm laughing because when you say it's online, who looks at a computer? I do if I'm at my desk, but I'm on my phone on Instagram. Some of the auction houses promote their auctions on Instagram. It's the only way you hear about them sometimes. Emily: Absolutely. Everything's now really digital, which is great because it gives us more room to reach out to more people. I love looking through attractions. I love looking at different angles of the piece, looking at model shots, reading the descriptions. It's very enjoyable. Sharon: I bet it would be. I'm always surprised when there's only one angle of a piece showed. You're like, “Where's the back?” Emily: For modern studio jewelry, you need to see signatures. The signatures really matter. So do different angles, understanding scale. You want to know how that necklace will fit. You want to understand the scale of a brooch or a ring. You need to see it in proportion. That's very, very important. Sharon: Emily, I really appreciate you telling us about all of this today. I will remind everybody that the auction itself is November 10th. It starts Los Angeles time, or does it start New York time? Emily: Los Angeles time. It starts at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time. Sharon: And it goes until everything is sold? Emily: Yes, until the very end. Sharon: You have your work cut out for you. Then on October 4, I don't know about the other previews, but for Art Jewelry Forum, if you go online, you can sign up there. It's free. Thank you so much for being with us today. We greatly, greatly appreciate it. Emily: Thank you so much. I loved all your questions today. It was great speaking with you. Sharon: Thank you so much. We will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.
Hablamos de CORDEP S.A., de como adoptar la mentalidad para salir adelante, como saber que sacrificios valen la pena hacer, que luchas valen la pena pelear y como conocer el limite por lo que quieres alcanzar en la vida. Más de CORDEP S.A. https://cordep.com.gt/ Más de LA TRINCHERA: https://linktr.ee/latrincherapodcast
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Tom Brad y Gisele Bundchen contrataron abogados para iniciar proceso de divorcio y se jugarían 650 MDD Francesco Totti muestra a su nueva pareja tras divorcioSe filtraron fotos de la oficia de Clara Chía y aparecen fotos de Shakira; Piqué es trolleado en entrenamiento con “Te Felicito”Orbelín Pineda anuncia su compromisoSergio “Checo” Pérez tendra “Show Run” en GuadalajaraCaptan a jugadores de Chivas en concierto de Christian NodalEduin Caz revela que se drogó en After Party de pelea de “El Canelo” Yolanda Andrade revela cómo se encerraba con Julio César Chávez para drogarseEn Trending Topic, el duelo entre Gimnasia y Boca Junios suspedido por violenciaLeo Messi habla de su vida y familia en conmovedora entrevistaLuis Suárez destaca su amistad con Messi en entrevistaJurgen Damm ¿quiere ser presidente de México?Jackson Martinez, exjugador de futbol se convierte en rapero cristianoLos Tres Tristes Tigres dedican corrido a André Pierre GignacBad Bunny rinde tributo a Kobe Bryant en concierto en Los ÁngelesEn las más sonadas: las canciones dedicadas a los deportistasEn el estreno: Calibre 50, La Adictiva, Paulina Rubio,Piso 21, Ozuna, Tiesto y Black Eyed Peas y Becky G
One more year of Pineda coaching Atlanta United, pushing the wrong system. 2022 was a long season and 2023 is going to be even longer, because we know what we are going to get. Dave breaks down the clear mistakes we are making tactically from zone defense on corners (defensively) to leaving 1 player back on corners (offensively) to pressing our fullbacks up for no good reason. Ghhhhhrrrrr! We've talked about it all, over and over again!
La gobernadora de Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado Pineda, lamentó el asesinato durante un ataque armado del alcalde de San Miguel Totolapan, Conrado Mendoza Almeda, y advirtió que no habrá impunidad en este crimen que dejó un saldo de cerca de 20 personas muertas. La diputada del Congreso de Morelos, Gabriela Marín, ha sido asesinada este miércoles en un ataque armado en el municipio de Cuernavaca, según ha señalado la Comisión Estatal de Seguridad Pública del Estado mexicano.
T's long time friend Alex Pineda joins the show for episode 62. After talking about his move to Houston and what it has been like, the boys get into a discussion about steroid usage, if it's something everyone should do, and if it will every become mainstream or if it even should. Then they talk about all of the new, ridiculous sports that keep popping up and how the focus of entertainment is ruining most aspects of life. Life Lessons From Fitness: Being in charge of being uncomfortable The Devil's Advocate:What do you place the MOST value in; Health, Success, Relationships, or TimeThe Final Takeaway:Be friendly to everyone and try to speak to someone new every dayAs always, thanks for listening and supporting the show, it's great to be back, and more focused! If you love it, please SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, and SHARE with everyone! -T
Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight! “Remix: Justin Jia, Adam Webber, and Germán Pineda” WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Justin Jia https://twitter.com/JustinJ1ahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bjustin-jia/Guest, Adam Webber email@example.com://www.linkedin.com/in/adamwebber1/Guest,Germán Pinedahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/pinedagerman/Listen to the original episodes below:Justin Jia, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/justin-jia-of-project-unicornAdam Webber, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/adam-webber-of-callcast-podcast-the-easy-way-wearelatech-startup-spotlightGermán Pineda, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/german-pineda-of-goodbiteFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:Project Unicorn, https://www.projectunicorn.coCallCast, https://callcast.coCalling On You Podcast, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/calling-on-you/id1491559317GoodBite App, https://goodbiteapp.comCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Justin Jia, Adam Webber, and Germán Pineda
This week Jessica brings on Alvin Pineda OTR/L where they discuss outpatient pediatric OT. Alvin graduated from occupational therapy school at Dominican College. He is the creator of @ot.outside.the.box. He gives a lot of great content on there to help pediatric clinicians become more creative. So, it was definitely a privilege to speak with him about pediatrics. So, if you're thinking about becoming a pediatric occupational therapist, you don't want to miss this episode as we dive into what it is like to be an OT in outpatient pediatrics. We discuss What are some of the things that we do to be successful as pediatric occupational therapists What makes it different from other settings and some things to expect in pediatrics Experiences to consider that make a great pediatric clinician You can reach Alvin through these links: https://www.instagram.com/ot.outside.the.boxhttps://firstname.lastname@example.org Additional Resources: Website: https://www.otgenius.com/ Instagram: @otgenius Increase your chances of getting into OT school today!! By signing up for our Free training HERE!
In Episode 98, Dr. Victor Pineda, President & Founder of The Victor Pineda Foundation / World ENABLED, joins Melinda in a discussion on his work to create disability inclusion, accessibility, and equity through a comprehensive and integrated approach to policy. They discuss the importance of thought leadership, culture change, and training programs to address the barriers to inclusive innovation in communities and organizations. They also explore top strategies for companies and individuals to build a disability-inclusive workplace.About Dr. Victor Pineda (he/him)Dr. Victor Santiago Pineda is a human rights expert, scholar, investor, and philanthropist. His work focuses on inclusive and accessible smart cities. A two-time presidential appointee on the US Access Board, a senior Fellow at the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government in Dubai, and the Chairman of The Victor Pineda Foundation / World ENABLED. His foundation supports global non-profits and campaigns promoting the rights of people with disabilities and older persons. Dr. Pineda's research and humanitarian work advance urban resilience, inclusion, and sustainability both at home and abroad.Find Leading With Empathy & Allyship useful? Subscribe to our podcast and like this episode!For more about Change Catalyst, and to join us for our monthly live event, visit https://ally.cc. There, you'll also find educational resources and highlights from this episode.Connect With Dr. Victor Pineda On SocialLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorpineda/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dr.vspTwitter: https://twitter.com/victorpinedaTwitter (World Enabled:) https://twitter.com/WorldEnabled Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cities_4_all/ Connect With Us On SocialYouTube: youtube.com/c/changecatalystTwitter: twitter.com/changecatalystsFacebook: facebook.com/changecatalystsInstagram: instagram.com/techinclusionLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/changecatalystsProduction TeamCreator & Host: Melinda Briana EplerCo-Producers: Renzo Santos & Christina Swindlehurst ChanPodcast Rocket: Rob Scheerbarth & Nina Rugeles[Image description: Leading With Empathy & Allyship promo and photos of Dr. Victor Pineda, a middle-aged man sitting in an electric wheelchair with black hair, white shirt, and black suit; and host Melinda Briana Epler, a White woman with blonde and red hair, glasses, red shirt, and black jacket.]Support the show
Hoy conversamos en vivo desde nuestro estudio en El Tema del Día con Alex Pineda, periodista y presentador de noticias 4 Vision y Roberto Bundio, comunicador, comentarista deportivo; ambos hacen el programa deportivo Tiro Libre que se transmite en FB Live.
We talk a lot about Atlanta United's win over Toronto FC's 4-2. It was great evening at the benz, but scary for a soccer brainiac, if you are Dave. Why play 1 man back when we are up 3-2 in the 80th min, only if you are crazy Pineda! Park the bus. No thanks he says, let's gamble the season. Purata's hattrick was worth it I guess.... Shambolic. We talk about it all.
Welcome back to another episode of The Wealthy Way Podcast, where our mission is to help people not go broke trying to get rich. In this episode, I have the most requested guest of all time. This person has been requested by so many people and it's been so difficult to get her on! She's very busy, she has such tough management, but I was able to book her for a limited amount of time. I have my wife, Mindy Pineda!Follow Mindy on social media! Instagram - @minsuepinEnter to win the contest here! https://www.wealthyway.com/podcastJoin the Wealthy Way today and get access to my free course, planner, and discord community! https://wealthyway.com______________________________________________________Here's how my businesses can help you:For a free consultation with my team go to https://RyanPineda.comWant to be coached by me on real estate investing? Apply at https://futureflipper.comJoin my coaching program for real estate agents! https://wealthyagent.io/Need Tax and Accounting help? Contact my CPA Firm! https://TrueBooksCPA.com/You can invest in my real estate deals! Go to https://pinedacapital.com______________________________________________________My other social media channels:Subscribe to my main channel "Ryan Pineda" https://www.youtube.com/c/ryanpinedaSubscribe to my real estate only channel "Future Flipper" https://www.youtube.com/c/futureflipper1Follow me on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/ryanpinedahttps://www.tiktok.com/@ryanpinedahttps://www.twitter.com/ryanpineda______________________________________________________Since the rebrand of my podcast, it's only fitting I had on the person behind my success - my wife! On today's show, Mindy and I recount how we met while in college and go over significant events in our marriage. Mindy has always supported my entrepreneurship, so we also discussed what this looks like in our marriage. Entrepreneurship, business owner, small business owner, business owner life, entrepreneur life, business tips, family life, family business, relationship advice, relationship dynamic with entrepreneur
Hey everyone, happy equinox! I hope you're doing okay and welcoming the shift into a new season. For this episode I was delighted to speak to Jamee Pineda again, who was also on episode #106. He is such a generous and kind guests and we covered a lot of ground, for example: Integrating pandemic lessons & centring public health Finding new ways to practice hilot and Chinese medicine in community Creating peaceful daily rhythms Looking to nature when we're thinking about our work and purpose https://www.jamee-pineda-lac.com/ https://www.patreon.com/JameePinedaHealingArts I am a hilot binabaylan, acupuncturist, and Chinese medicine practitioner. My practice is informed by my identity as a queer, trans, non binary, Tagalog person living in the U.S. With the combination of my lived experience and training, my goal is to help individuals and communities live their fullest lives by offering a decolonizing approach to medicine rooted in traditional and ancestral practices.
This week Jessica brings on Alvin Pineda OTR/L where they discuss outpatient pediatric OT. Alvin graduated from occupational therapy school at Dominican College. He is the creator of @ot.outside.the.box. He gives a lot of great content on there to help pediatric clinicians become more creative. So, it was definitely a privilege to speak with him about pediatrics. So, if you're thinking about becoming a pediatric occupational therapist, you don't want to miss this episode as we dive into what it is like to be an OT in outpatient pediatrics. We discuss What are some of the things that we do to be successful as pediatric occupational therapists What makes it different from other settings and some things to expect in pediatrics Experiences to consider that make a great pediatric clinician You can reach Alvin through these links:https://www.instagram.com/ot.outside.the.boxhttps://email@example.com We will have Alvin back, so be sure to tune in again next week!
After a rain delay that last over three hours, the Nats lost 7-5 in Philadelphia, completing a sweep. Mark (Live from Philly) & Al begin with the decision by MLB to make sure the game ended on Sunday, despite the long wait. This was a tough way to end a three city/ ten game road trip with no days off in between. (04:48) Anibal Sanchez only lasted two innings before the rain arrived, but issued three walks in that brief time. The bullpen was pressed into extra duty after the delay ended; low lighted by Kyle Finnegan's 7th inning outing. (11:51) CJ Abrams yet again made a spectacular play in the field as he had a highlight in all three games this week. Adding to his strong September, he collected two hits as well. (19:05) Luis Garcia missed a 2nd straight day as Ildemaro Vargas took over for him at 2B. As for behind the plate, Israel Pineda made his Big League debut. Pineda climbed through the organizational ranks this season after beginning the year in High-A Wilmington. Why isn't Tres Barrera playing since being called up? (23:15) MacKenzie Gore made his first rehab start with Rochester and only lasted 1.2 IP. Should we be concerned that he didn't pitch the original goal of three innings? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Founder and CEO of https://www.matrixgroup.net/ (Matrix Group International), Joanna Pineda. Matrix Group is a digital agency that works with businesses to make their customers' journeys amazing. They work to identify the focus of a specific business's digital journey and help them fix that in ways such as a rethinking of ideas or website redesign to increase their revenue. Joanna explains that there is a misconception about ecommerce being that when a store is brought about, it will instantly gain traction and find its target audience. However, there are many instances where consumers get lost during their search for websites and fixing that friction in the process will help consumer experience. Joanna advises to step into the shows of a customer to understand their viewpoint. Through doing this, you may find some of the issues that are driving customers away giving new insight to what should be done. Joanna explains that Matrix Group can do projects for clients but has a high retention rate. Some consumers explained that they could not find specific information on the Matrix Group website. After some digging, they found that the search engine did not include everything on the website. Joanna explains once they made the search engine compatible with all the platforms used on their website, customers were more satisfied. Key Points from the Episode: What Matrix Group is Why businesses and ecommerce can't run without companies like Matrix Group Joanna's advice on how to be more empathetic to customers A story about how Matrix Group directly helped a client by using analytics and stepping into the consumers shoes The timespan of a relationship with Matrix Group Using the properties of Matrix Group to fix their own website User testing About Joanna Pineda: Joanna Pineda is the CEO and Chief Troublemaker at Matrix Group International, Inc., a web design and development firm based in Arlington, VA that helps trade associations, professional societies, foundations, private firms and think tanks do business online. Matrix Group clients look to us for strategy, web design, app development, association management software, content management systems, integration, custom web development, hosting and e-marketing services. She tends to work with clients at the onset of projects to help organizations define their goals, target audiences and service offerings. She will ask questions like, "Who are you? Why does your organization exist? How do you make the world a better place? Why do people join or become customers?" She wants to work with organizations that have big dreams, have senior leadership support for their online initiatives, aren't too dysfunctional and full of silos, and are looking for a partner to help them find their path online. When you are a Matrix Group client, they will make a commitment to get to know you and your organization, you'll get phone calls about "crazy ideas," you'll get excellent project management, you will love her amazingly talented technical team, and you'll be amazed at how ridiculously creative her staff can be. When you get to know her, you'll learn that she is devoted to her kids, her company and her husband, she's a HUGE taekwondo fan, and she never goes anywhere without her camera. Want to learn more? Check out the Matrix Group International website at https://www.matrixgroup.net/ (https://www.matrixgroup.net/) Check out Matrix Group International on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/matrix-group-international/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/matrix-group-international/) Check out Joanna Pineda on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/joannapineda (https://www.linkedin.com/in/joannapineda) Check out Matrix Group International on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MatrixGroup/ (https://www.facebook.com/MatrixGroup/)
The Nats lost 5-3 in Philadelphia for their 90th loss overall and the 18th suffered loss by Patrick Corbin this season. Mark (Live from Philly) & Al recap a bizarre game where zero walks were issued by either pitching staff. Corbin gave up all five runs in just under seven frames, and did so in under 70 pitches. (05:41) CJ Abrams had his best game as he made two web-gems, had a hit, and stole a base. The play he made in the bottom of the 6th might be the infield highlight of the year for the Nationals. (12:10) Alex Call homered again and had three hits, right on the heels of his four hit afternoon in St. Louis. Meanwhile at 2B, Luis Garcia turned an interesting double play in the bottom of the 2nd. Did he handle the play appropriately? (22:05) Israel Pineda was called up from Rochester as Keibert Ruiz's season might be over due to a testicular contusion. Pineda moved his way up the minor league ranks this season and will have a chance to prove that he should become the new back-up catcher. Pineda spent the majority of the year in High-A Wilmington, with a stop in Harrisburg as well. (31:15) Friday marked major rule changes coming to the sport next season, including a pitch clock, shift ban, and larger bases. Al & Mark give full reaction to the monumental announcement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices