Friar basketball icon Ernie DiGregorio '73 discusses his life in basketball and Star with a Broken Heart, the paperback reprint of his 2020 memoir. The stories from that book come to life in his own words during this conversation, with a focus on the book's primary theme — the relationship among DiGregorio, teammate Marvin Barnes '74, and Coach Dave Gavitt '89Hon. As the surviving member of that group, DiGregorio pays heartfelt tribute to Barnes and Gavitt and shares perspectives on teammates and how they become lifelong friends.To facilitate book sales and distribution, DiGregorio has entered a marketing partnership with the college and Barnes and Noble Book Sellers. Books are available online and at the retail store in Slavin Center. Online orders placed by December 18 can be filled in time for Christmas.https://providence.bncollege.com/search/?text=%22Star+with+a+Broken+Heart%22DiGregorio will also participate in book signings at the Amica Mutual Pavilion in Providence before and during Friar home games on Sunday, December 10 (vs. Brown) and Saturday, December 16 (vs. Sacred Heart), and at the campus bookstore on Friday, December 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Proceeds from book sales after expenses will provide financial support to PC students from Rhode Island, with a preference for those from Providence or North Providence.
The History of the Wild Turkey with Brent Rogers This week, Brent Rogers joins Cameron and Andy to discuss the history of the wild turkey in America. We talk about the role of the wild turkey in the lives of settlers of the US, the decline of wild turkeys due to subsistence before and during the Great Depression, relocation, restocking, and the boom of turkey populations. This is a fun episode with lots of discussion of historical accounts of wild turkey in America. Listen in! Don't forget to get your raffle tickets this week. Two lucky winners will join Cameron and Andy in South Texas in late February of 2024. Proceeds will be split between the NWTF and Turkeys for Tomorrow. Get your tickets here.
Dr. Kelsey Moody is a process-oriented biotechnology executive who has specialized in the study of aging and aging mechanisms for over a decade. Since 2013, He has successfully built Ichor from a living room start-up into a premier, vertically integrated contract research organization that focuses on pre-clinical research services for aging pathways. Proceeds from this work are used to self-fund R&D initiatives that constitute Ichor's portfolio companies in enzyme therapy (Lysoclear, Inc.), small molecule drug discovery (Antoxerene, Inc.), and protein engineering (RecombiPure, Inc.). Kelsey has received graduate-level training in medicine, business, and laboratory research. Newsletter sign up (new and exciting developments) https://learningwithlowell.us12.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=08ed8a56013d8b3a3c01e27fc&id=6ecaa9189b Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzri06unR-lMXbl6sqWP_-Q/join https://youtu.be/-7gk195mhGc Over 321 books from 170 plus interviews over 5 years https://www.learningwithlowell.com/over-321-books-from-170-interviews-over-5-years-for-autodidacts/ PODCAST INFO: The Learning With Lowell show is a series for the everyday mammal. In this show we'll learn about leadership, science, and people building their change into the world. The goal is to dig deeply into people who most of us wouldn't normally ever get to hear. The Host of the show – Lowell Thompson- is a lifelong autodidact, serial problem solver, and founder of startups. LINKS Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/66eFLHQclKe5p3bMXsCTRH RSS: https://www.learningwithlowell.com/feed/podcast/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzri06unR-lMXbl6sqWP_-Q Youtube clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-B5x371AzTGgK-_q3U_KfA Website: https://www.learningwithlowell.com/ Kelsey moody links https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelsey-moody-phd-mba-55434421 https://ichorlifesciences.com/about/ Timestamps /show notes 00:00 Intro 00:30 How are ichor life sciences not out of business 02:30 why don't more people copy his business model 04:40 Finding the right investors 08:10 Sales in biotech 10:05 approach to hiring, managing, etc 11:20 Liquid liquid phase separation 16:00 Using phase separation 18:40 Protein vs Phase 22:24 Phase separation to find black swans 21:25 downside to phase separation 24:00 Phase separation being incorporated into portfolio / building tools. 27:11 Why choose phase separation / tool building 29:11 Future of ichor 30:10 Missing to meet that future 31:30 Build the headquarters / USA 33:33 Will they need $100 million 36:10 Startups / biotech wasting money 39:00 Continuity of vision / delusions / Moody in control 39:50 Getting the most from his team / biggest struggle 43:25 innovation days 45:30 Breakdown of startups in portfolio / interventions they're developing FanQ 49:20 How far from clinical trials Fanq 51:18 Lipid Nano Particle to deliver your Lysoclear enzyme FANQ 54:24 Lysoclear enzyme compared to other interventions / macular degeneration 57:30 how will Lysoclear enzyme be applied elsewhere 59:30 Functional rejuvenation / aubrey de grey / repair future 01:02:30 Criticism Roche is leading these Ph2a trials / FanQ 01:07:18 Aubrey de grey LEV robust mouse rejuvenation study at ichor / insane! 01:10:50 Surprising / relieved developments from mouse rejuvenation study 01:12:18 building a ginkgo bioworks biobank 01:14:30 Surprising legal document 01:15:03 When was Kelsey happiest in life 01:16:07 Big sacrifice as a founder 01:18:50 Bryan johnson blueprint protocol / health optimization 01:20:33 Staying up to date.
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Nov 21st Publish Date: Nov 20th Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Tuesday, November 21st and Happy heavenly Birthday to MLB HOF Stan ‘The Man' Musial. ***3000th HIT*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia. Kennesaw Police and Kennesaw Acworth 911 Achieve Re-Accreditation Marietta Recognized By State Department Of Community Affairs Cobb Charities Work to Fight Rising Childhood Poverty All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: CU of GA STORY 1: Kennesaw Police and Kennesaw Acworth 911 Achieve Re-Accreditation The Kennesaw Police Department and the Kennesaw Acworth E-911 Communications Center have achieved re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. CALEA, established in 1979, aims to enhance public safety services by maintaining professional standards supporting accreditation programs. Kennesaw's qualification for the fifth consecutive time reflects exceptional leadership by Chief Bill Westenberger, officer performance, and community-based policing success. Mayor Derek Easterling commended the 911 Center's exceptional work, highlighting Director Nikki McGraw's flawless leadership. CALEA emphasizes best practices, safety initiatives, crime prevention, fair personnel practices, and community trust-building. The assessment involves proving compliance with approximately 500 standards, and both departments underwent successful re-accreditation, showcasing their commitment to excellence. STORY 2: 'Outstanding': Marietta Recognized By State Department Of Community Affairs Marietta has been newly recognized as one of Georgia's PlanFirst communities by the Department of Community Affairs. This designation, based on outstanding community engagement and successful implementation of the Local Comprehensive Plan for the 2024-2026 cycle, comes with benefits such as enhanced eligibility for incentives like reduced interest loans and Community Development Block Grants for schools. Marietta and Hawkinsville are the latest additions to PlanFirst, joining renewing communities like Bainbridge, Cornelia, and Perry. The designation, lasting three years from January 2024, is available to communities with Qualified Local Government status and an adopted Service Delivery Strategy. Visit www.dca.ga.gov for more information on PlanFirst and application requirements. STORY 3: Cobb Charities Work to Fight Rising Childhood Poverty Childhood poverty in Cobb, as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau, more than doubled from 2021 to 2022. MUST Ministries CEO Dr. Dwight "Ike" Reighard highlighted the significant impact on Cobb's children during a talk to the East Cobb Area Council. MUST Ministries, which gave away one ton of food daily in 2019, now distributes approximately four and a half tons daily, with much going to children. Reighard emphasized the importance of collaboration among local charities to combat poverty. He addressed misconceptions about poverty, noting that many affected individuals work multiple jobs. The Cobb community, with an abundance mentality and collaborative spirit, is working together to address this growing issue. MUST Ministries invites community members to volunteer. Visit mustministries.org for more information. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: ESOG – ELON – DAYCO STORY 4: Sweetwater Mission, VFW Lead Food Donations For Thanksgiving The Sweetwater Mission, VFW Post 5408 in Acworth, and Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association Chapter 25-8 of Northwest Georgia collaborated to deliver Thanksgiving meals to families facing food insecurities in Acworth. Each family received a substantial selection, including a 10-14 pound turkey, green beans, corn, rice, pumpkin, cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, and stuffing. Approximately 23,000 pounds of food were donated, with a line stretching back to Cedarcrest Church. Chapter 25-8 played a crucial role in traffic control and distribution. The goal is to donate 8,500 turkeys across Cobb County, ensuring a proper holiday for as many people as possible. The event aimed to support those experiencing food insecurity during the holiday season, reflecting the charitable spirit of veterans. STORY 5: Organizers Say Turkey Chase In Acworth May Break Record The 15th annual Turkey Chase in Acworth drew hundreds of runners for a 5K and 2K on a cool sunny day. The potential record turnout, estimated at 800 to 1,000 runners, resulted in a significant number of food donations benefiting the Tackle Hunger program. Pre-registration surpassed last year's total, with approximately 775 participants, and an expected total close to 900. Proceeds from the event will support Hull Heights, a Marietta Housing Authority community, providing canned goods and $10 Ingles gift cards for Thanksgiving. Participants filled a trailer with donated food, contributing to the city's goal of assisting local food pantries during the holiday season. We'll be back in a moment Break: DRAKE – INGLES 8 STORY 6: Georgia Seeing High Flu-Like Activity, Cobb Health Director Says Dr. Janet Memark, the director of Cobb & Douglas Public Health, warns of high flu-like activity in Georgia, with 19 flu-related hospitalizations in metro Atlanta over the past two weeks. Memark emphasizes the availability of flu shots at all CDPH locations as the best defense against the flu. Additionally, she reports 161 new COVID-19 cases in Cobb and 41 in Douglas County over the last two weeks. Memark highlights the availability of the updated COVID vaccine for everyone, stressing its importance, especially for older adults and those with chronic medical conditions. STORY 7: Maker of Hand Sanitizing Machines in Cobb Schools Files for Bankruptcy Carmel-based company 3Oe Scientific, maker of hand-sanitizing machines used by Cobb County School District, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company lists nearly $8.1 million in liabilities and $118,814 in assets. The handwashing machines, known as Iggy, were part of a $12 million initiative in 2020 to combat COVID-19 in Cobb schools. Critics, including the Watching the Funds — Cobb watchdog group, claim the devices have broken at multiple schools, calling it a "complete waste of money." Despite the bankruptcy, the school district maintains a warranty contract with 3Oe Scientific for repairs and replacements to Iggy devices. Break: Henssler :60 Signoff- Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Marietta Daily Journal podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Gwinnett Daily Post, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories and get other great content at MDJonline.com. Did you know over 50% of Americans listen to podcasts weekly? 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Today on What's My Frame I'm joined by Casting Director, Howard Meltzer. Today we dive into Howard's passion for identifying and discovering new talent; he's become the go-to casting director for projects with children and young adult performers. Howard has worked with CBS, Disney Channel, HBO Max, NBC, Netflix, Nickelodeon, Peacock, and Warner Brothers Television to name a few. His mission to find the talent that brings the writers' vision to life with authenticity, honesty, and humor is consistently recognized and celebrated. He's been nominated for two Emmys for Outstanding Casting and has also been nominated for a staggering, twenty five Artios Awards for excellence in casting, winning the honor three times. Outside the office, Howard is the Vice President of the Casting Society of America and serves as a Governor for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Now let's get to this fabulous conversation! ---- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch Proceeds will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation to support actors affected by the strikes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whats-my-frame/support
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In this inspiring episode of [Podcast Name], we dive into the transformative world of expressing gratitude through the timeless art of writing thank-you letters. Join us as we sit down with Carew Papritz, renowned author and advocate of the written word, to explore the profound benefits of penning heartfelt thank-you notes. Carew Papritz shares his deep insights into the magic of appreciation and its positive impact on our lives and relationships. From boosting personal well-being to strengthening connections with others, discover how writing thank-you letters can bring about a wave of positivity and joy. About Carew Carew Papritz, also known as The Cowboy Philosopher, is the author of the multi-award-winning book The Legacy Letters. Though fictional, The Legacy Letters has won acclaim as a life lessons book for all generations, gaining the distinction of being the only book in publishing history to win awards in both fiction and non-fiction categories. A Renaissance Man in an age that lauds the specialist, The Huffington Post says Papritz "intrigues and enlightens, charms and catalyzes change for every reader." As part of his many innovative and adventurous first-ever book signings, Carew truly lives his book's central message to “live life to the fullest” while signing books on top of volcanoes and horses. These events and other YouTube videos, such as the “I Love to Read” series and his annual literacy-driven charity event, “The Great Book Balloon Launch,” inspire kids and adults to rediscover the joy of reading! Proceeds of the summer's sales of The Legacy Letters went to the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Proceeds from his recent “First-Ever Book Signing while Stomping Grapes” went to the Seattle Children's Hospital. Other charities include Reading is Fundamental and the Military Mama's Network. About Theresa Inman A wife and a mother to two children and grandmother, Theresa Alexander Inman is a Parenting Coach, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Infant Toddler Development Specialist. She was introduced to the field of behavior analysis in 2007 after working in many capacities in the juvenile justice system. Her goal is to improve the lives of children and families by helping them strategize child develop skills to prevent or reduce the effects of possible delays while having fun! Theresa is also an author, having published “How Can I Help My Child Communicate?” in 2022. Connect with Theresa today! • Instagram | Theresa Inman • LinkedIn | Theresa Inman • BabyBoomer.org | Theresa Inman • YouTube | Parenting with Confidence • Tiktok | https://www.tiktok.com/@parentcoachtheresa • Spotify via Anchor.fm | Parenting with Confidence Website: https://www.theresaalexanderinman.com/ About Parenting with Confidence Parenting with Confidence with Theresa Alexander Inman presents you with answers if you are a tired and frustrated parent with a child diagnosed with a developmental delay. We aim to lift you up from the pressure of doing it right and provide you with the resources to set you and your child up for success! Please comment, share, and download Great Message! Please forgive the video quality! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/support
Q: Hello Beau, I currently have an SBA loan of approximately $4.5 million. This loan was obtained for the purpose of acquiring a business, without involving any commercial real estate (CRE). I am aware that the SBA imposes a cap of $5 million on the aggregate amount. However I am interested in purchasing a warehouse for my business. Is there a possibility of obtaining high leverage financing similar to an SBA loan? Thank you, Jordan If you'd like to meet with Beau to talk financing, book a call here ( http://bookwithbeau.com/ )
This week on The Metallica Report… Steffan and Renée check in from the Motor City for the final two shows of 2023 on the M72 World Tour. Steff tells us of his time touring resurgent downtown Detroit with Robert, visiting the historic Motown Museum and Fox Theatre. James explains why he created Messengers: The Guitars of James Hetfield, and we hear more about and from the multi-generational fans who attended the book signings in Detroit and St. Louis. Renée chats with Mammoth WVH drummer Garrett Whitlock about the awesome new Metallica Scholars sneakers he's sporting from Wolverine, just released today! Proceeds from the sale of these shoes benefit All Within My Hands, Metallica's foundation. Finally, we hear another of Steff and Renée's favorite marching bands… don't forget, submissions are due by the end of tomorrow, November 16! The Metallica Report - your official, weekly guide for all things Metallica, straight from the source. New episode every Wednesday. Motown Museum: https://www.motownmuseum.org Fox Theatre, Detroit: http://foxtheatredetroit.net Mammoth WVH: https://mammothwvh.com Wolverine: https://www.wolverine.com/metallica Messengers: The Guitars of James Hetfield book: http://metallica.lnk.to/Messengers Metallica Marching Band Competition: https://www.metallicamarchingband.com Enter to win merch pack: https://pantheonpodcasts.com/metallica Wanna be featured on a future episode? Submit your questions or comments: http://metallica.com/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Matz will be on hand to do some on the spot readings for viewers. Viewers are allowed one question. As time is limited, Matz can not spend more that two minutes on each question. Matz has been a working psychic for 33 years, and during her career, she has assisted the California Haunts team on more than 40 investigations as a paranormal investigator and remote viewer. She conducted five to six ghost tours yearly at the Sacramento Historic City Cemetery for six years. Proceeds earned from the tours went towards repairs of broken head stones. Matz's specialty is communication and visual identification of spirits and ghosts who inhabit our world with us. Her clientele often seek her out including those dying, and who greet us at death, family grieving and recover afterward. Another area of preferred clientele is family and children with a focus on issues and children development. Matz also can perform past life regressions and identify past life recovery issues. She has appeared on Radio, TV shows and Conferences. Events are listed on her Website. Sessions https://nancymatz.com/contactme.html for setting up appointments. Websites NancyMatzAuthor.com nancymatz.com youtube,com /nancymatzpsychic Books The Unwilling Sacrifice (Two Worlds:) Help! Get Me Out of This Funk! (Two Worlds: Book 2) Two Worlds: Developing Your Psychic Skills
Knock knock - who's there? - season - season who? - no, season two finale! Season two has been quite the journey! From learning about migratory butterbutts, to vibin' out to the chill beats of Stressers, every episode has been a fantastic conversation with knowledgeable guests, but at times they got a little heavy. Talking about hard sciences and social issues can be equal parts rewarding and draining. Because of that, sending off season two is a fun-filled light hearted episode full of jokes and stories! Fan-favorite guest Kayta joins Will for a goofy conversation about the adorable downy woodpecker! Downy woodpeckers are friendly, fascinating common birds. Where do they live? What do they eat? How do you identify them when they look so similar to other species? Kayta and Will address all of this and more between some pretty silly bird jokes. Some of the jokes shared in this episode were sent in from WBB Instagram followers! Their handles are: @firstname.lastname@example.org@danature.pnw@birder_ksThe Story of the Maple Tree Be sure to check out the Will's Birdbrain Instagram account for complementary episode photos and videos, plus many other awesome bird photos/stories! --> Will's Birdbrain Instagram Page Will's Birdbrain Shop
This has been a tough week for not only the show, but the close friends and family that knew Big Dave, Grey, Grey State Mafia. He passed away from Stage 4 lung cancer that moved to his brain. If you would like to help with any costs, you can purchase a hat with Grey's mask on it from Saints and Sinners Hat Company. Just click the link below. www.saintsandsinnershatco.com Or you can purchase your very own Grey State Mafia tumbler that is being provided by VandiStreet. Go to www.vandistreet.com Proceeds from each of these sales will go to Grey's family to help with costs. Or, you can just make a donation to the cash apps of your choosing. Cash App--- $staceyperry2 Venmo------- @staceycindy PayPal-------- @StaceyTexas Todays shows sponsor is Tranont.com, log onto www.tranont.com/cinmin to see all of the great products they have to offer. Please look into these two products specifically, Glow and Nourish. Contact Cindy Davis at email@example.com with any questions If it WRX for us, it'll WRX for you. EAT WRX is a protein super bar company that is 100% veteran owned and operated. Get online today and order the Bacon Cheese Burger Bar or the Jalapeno Pepperoni Pizza Bar or order both. Go to www.eatwrx.com This is a completely new idea to an old market, and they can be yours today. When you place your order, please tell them A Little Extra Lambo sent you. AE Woodworks - custom signs, 3D Carvings, custom wood orders and so much more. Check out the shop on www.etsy.com/shop/AECustomCrafts or go to @JaxerB on TikTok. To place your custom order or have any questions about products, email them at Baum009@gmail.com Saints and Sinners Hat Co www.saintsandsinnershatco.com brought to you by Micheal 3 Rows. Premium custom hats with patriotic logo's all available on the website. Evolution Travel and my cousin Daniel Rude want to book you for dream vacation today. Family, solo, couple, one way or round trip, it doesn't matter, Evolution Travel will find you the best rates on flights, hotel and cars. Book your trip today with Evolution Travel or online at evotravelagent.com/Danielrude
How can we instill bravery, character, and leadership in our households this Veteran's Day? Join us as we engage in a meaningful discussion on how we can cultivate bravery, character, and leadership in our lives, while also recognizing and supporting those who have served our country. This episode is a heartfelt tribute to our veterans and a call to action for all of us to make a difference in their lives. Joining us today is the esteemed Dr. Jennifer London, a leader in multiple organizations, including the Navy League of the United States and the US Navy League Foundation. Dr. London brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, having been interviewed by national radio and TV programs and authored several professional publications. In this episode, we explore how to instill bravery, character, and leadership in our lives and families. Dr. London shares insights from her late husband's military career, highlighting the importance of loyalty, ethics, and integrity. She also emphasizes the need to honor and support veterans, who play a crucial role in protecting our freedoms. As we explore these topics, we also address the challenges faced by veterans and active-duty personnel, such as PTSD and depression. Dr. London calls on us to not only express gratitude but to actively support organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project, which assist veterans in their transition to civilian life and provide vital mental health resources. Here are 3 key takeaways from our conversation: 1️⃣ Support our veterans: It's crucial to go beyond simply saying "thank you" and find meaningful ways to support our veterans. Whether it's through contributions to veteran organizations or advocating for better services, let's show our gratitude by actively making a difference. 2️⃣ Educate and empower: Start at a young age by providing educational opportunities that focus on leadership and history. By creating programs, awards, and scholarships, we can help shape the future generation with bravery, character, and a sense of duty. 3️⃣ Recognize and address mental health: The alarming suicide rate among veterans and active duty personnel demands our attention. It's vital to be proactive in identifying potential signs of distress and providing resources for professional assistance. By offering support and directing individuals to organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, we can make a difference in their lives.
Could you imagine waking up to a text in the middle of the night that has you find your roommate beaten to death, in the bathroom at the hands of your ex-boyfriend? To then be held captive for two hours while being repeatedly raped and threatened. My guest Ashley Michelle lived that, and she is here to tell you that YOU are here for a purpose and in charge of your life!Ashley is the author of the book "Finding Strength Through Tragedy". Proceeds go to helping others in need of services. She also shares some tactics that help her cope with PTSD.https://www.amazon.com/Finding-Strength-Through-Tragedy-Michelle/dp/0995898626http://ashleyinspires.ca/https://m.facebook.com/ashley.strength2727?__tn__=CMythical True Crime (buzzsprout.com)Support the showhttps://www.crimeovercocktails.com/http://www.instagram.com/crimeovercocktailshttps://www.the-crime-connection.org/
The recently published book “Teleaudiology Today: Remote Assessment and Management of Hearing Loss” provides a practical guide for audiologists looking to adopt telehealth practices. Co-authors Vinaya Manchaiah, PhD, and De Wet Swanepoel, PhD, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated increased use of teleaudiology for screening, diagnostics, hearing aid fittings, and rehabilitation services. The book reviews equipment, legal considerations, and step-by-step implementation to supplement in-person care with teleaudiology. Drs. Manchanda and Swanepoel explain how hybrid care models allow some components to be offered remotely, providing convenience for tech-savvy patients who want greater control over their care. While research is still needed on which patients do best with teleaudiology, the authors emphasize that the book was structured to provide clinicians with hands-on tools to adopt telepractice, supported by expertise from leaders currently using teleaudiology. Proceeds from sales of the book will help fund research on improving accessibility to ear and hearing healthcare in South Africa. It is currently available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CKQ72KV7/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1696821991&sr=8-2 Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest episodes each week, and follow This Week in Hearing on LinkedIn and Twitter: https://www.linkedin.com/company/this-week-in-hearing/ https://twitter.com/WeekinHearing
If the Miami Hurricanes can play a game free of self-inflicted wounds like turnovers and penalties, they should be able to beat North Carolina State on the road. The Hurricanes defensive line, anchored by Rueben Bain, Leonard Taylor and Branson Deen, should have an advantage against NC State's mediocre OL. Will Tyler Van Dyke have a bounceback game this week, after throwing 7 interceptions in his past 3 starts? Will Miami get speedy playmakers like Brashard Smith more involved? Host Alex Donno chats with guest Rudy Tomarchio, as they both share their keys to victory. Rudy points out how Miami should be able to specifically attack the vulnerable left side of NC State's offensive line. Can Miami contain Wolfpack playmaker KC Concepcion? Will the Hurricanes force quarterback MJ Morris into mistakes? Rudy examines patterns in Tyler Van Dyke's play since his days with former OC Rhett Lashlee. Rudy tells stories about what it was like being Sebastian The Ibis from 2004 to 2008. We have dedicated this week of shows to our late listener, Retired Brigadier General Otto Liller. You may have known him as Warbeast on our YouTube chat. If you would like to order a commemorative bracelet to honor Otto, you can do so at https://tilvalhallaproject.com/collections/memorial-bracelets/products/customize-your-band. Proceeds to go charity at the Til Valhalla Project. Join our LOCKED ON CANES INSIDERS texting community and chat with host Alex Donno any time by clicking this link: https://joinsubtext.com/lockedoncanes. Donno provides one on one's, breaking news, show previews, Hurricanes breakdowns and recruiting updates. Try it FREE for 14 days! https://joinsubtext.com/lockedoncanes #MiamiHurricanes #TheU #recruiting Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! eBay Motors With all the parts you need at the prices you want, it's easy to turn your car into the MVP and bring home that win. Keep your ride-or-die alive at EbayMotors.com. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Athletic Brewing Go to AthleticBrewing.com and enter code LOCKEDON to get 15% off your first online order or find a store near you! Athletic Brewing. Milford, CT and San Diego, CA. Near Beer. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedoncollege and use code lockedoncollege for a first deposit match up to $100! Daily Fantasy Sports Made Easy! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on What's My Frame I'm joined by writer/producer Hannah Friedman. Hannah's credits include PIXAR, LUCASFILM, SHOWTIME, NETFLIX, COMEDY CENTRAL, DISNEY, and more. Today Hannah shares stories from her eclectic childhood, the relatable rollercoaster of young ambition. From her first book that didn't make the NY Times best sellers list but ultimately did open other doors for her career. She shares her experience coming up as a young writer and how those experiences shaped and influenced her work now as a producer staffing writers. Hannah in a word is relatable! She shares her unfiltered truth of how she overcomes self doubt and how as a new creative on the team you're working overtime in your head and putting far more effort into "getting it right" than anyone would know from seeing you. This is an excellent episode for our writers and multi-hyphenates. Now let's get to the conversation! https://www.hannahfriedman.com/ -- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch Proceeds will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation to support actors affected by the strikes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whats-my-frame/support
“We're the last generation that has a chance to solve the climate crisis.” Hear a Hawaiian view of where we are and how to proceed. Kamanamaikalani Beamer applies a Hawaiian perspective to our future on this planet, incorporating environmentalism, economic justice, and indigenous knowledge. Author, thought leader, professor in the Hawaiʻinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge and with the Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa, Beamer introduced me to the idea of "circular economies" in 2019. Itʻs one of those "duh" concepts that we seem to have forgotten. In this conversation he presents the concept of Degrowth, an expanding movement, especially in Europe. Kamana talks about how solving the climate crisis connects to reforming our economic system. The idea of not pursuing growth at all cost seems anti-capitalist. Yes, every part of the natural world is calling for profound and immediate change. This episode closes with a song by U'ilani Tanigawa-Lum, U'ilaniʻs song celebrates the taro farmers of Waioli on Kaua'i, who organized to bring their crops and their lifestyle into the 21st century. Itʻs from Huliamahi Volume I, a recording of contemporary songs celebrating the challenges and legal victories that preserve cherished land parcels and life ways. The entire album satisfies on so many levels. Proceeds from the recording benefit the Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation. http://www.kahulileolea.org/huli257mahi-vol-1.html
Are you afraid of the dark? How about ghosts or zombies? If these spooky terrors don't send a shiver down your spine tune into this chilling Will's Birdbrain episode to discover something truly terrifying – the possibility of extinction! In true classic horror movie fashion, this is a drive-in double feature episode showcasing two birds of the day and a very special guest, uncle Jared, host of Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise! The Ghostlore of Hawaii is a paranormal-themed podcast covering Hawaii's ghost stories, folklore, ancient mythology, and true crime. First, Will and Jared learn about the Nene, Hawaii's state bird. The nene was once abundant on the islands of Hawaii before disaster struck… Next up the common myna swoops in to share the spotlight, bringing with it a trail of destruction. Both birds call Hawaii home today but can they learn to coexist? Will and Jared then compare the history of these resident birds to the people of Hawaii, yesterday and today. How has the culture of Hawaii changed over the years? What shocking threats loom over the heads of residents? To close us out Jared shares a terrifying story from his show, Ghostlore of Hawaii, which can be found wherever you get your podcasts (trigger warning: self-harm). Happy Halloweeeeeen!! Want to support these two independent podcasters? Consider joining the Ghostlore of Hawaii's Patreon for bonus episodes, supplemental show updates, and more! https://www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaiiGhostlore: https://www.ghostloreofhawaii.com/Be sure to check out the Will's Birdbrain Instagram account for complementary episode photos and videos, plus many other awesome bird photos/stories! https://www.instagram.com/wills_birdbrain/?hl=enGot a favorite bird you'd like to hear discussed on the Podcast? Shoot Will an email and let him know what you'd like to hear, share a birding story, or just say what's up! Email inquiries - firstname.lastname@example.orgWill's Birdbrain has merch! Consider grabbing a sticker or two of your favorite common bird! Proceeds will go straight into funding more episodes and spreading the joy of birding!Shop - https://www.etsy.com/shop/WillsBirdbrain?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1361667746Love the show, consider supporting me on Patreon! Your support and interest is extremely helpful and encouraging! The goal of the Podcast is to share the love of birds, so be sure to share with your friends and family too. Together let's show some love to these common critters that so often get overlooked. I cannot do it without you.Click the link to sign up: https://www.patreon.com/willsbirdbrainHuge shout out to Kayta, Catherine, Josh, Shane, Margi, and Karene for being Patrons and keeping the common critters in mind!Support the show
The Man Who Hunted Men with RT Stewart - Part 1 This week, Cameron and Andy present you with part 1 of the fascinating interview with RT Stewart who is a retired conservation officer who went undercover to bust what was at the time the largest poaching ring ever busted. The bust resulted in 26 convictions of poachers who illegally killed wild turkeys and deer out of season, over the legal bag limit, at night, and just for kicks. RT was a pioneer in undercover work for the Ohio DNR, and he literally became a member of the community in which these poachers were living and put his own life at risk getting video evidence of these violations in the process. This is an interview you won't want to miss! Before the interview though, Cameron and Andy have a huge announcement for all of their friends of the show and for wild turkeys as well. They are raffling off two Rio Grande wild turkey hunts in late February for the opportunity to harvest two wild turkeys for each hunter who wins in the drawing. You'll want to listen in for information on the raffle, and you'll want to buy your raffle tickets early and often. Below is the link where you can purchase your raffle tickets to join Cameron and Andy in South Texas at El Mapache Blanco Ranch to hunt wild turkeys while almost everyone else is sitting at home with the winter doldrums. https://tinyurl.com/55heeu99 or you can scan this URL code to get to the website to buy tickets. Proceeds from the raffle will go to benefit The National Wild Turkey Federation and Turkeys for Tomorrow.
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On Nov. 12, The Faison Center will host its inaugural Wine Women & Shoes event from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Science Museum of Virginia. The event will feature wines from Tattoo Girls wines, Quintessential, and more, as well as a multi-designer marketplace where guests can shop for clothes, handbags and jewelry. Other features of the Wine Women & Shoes event include a Key to the Getaway raffle, Wall of Wine, culinary treats, and silent and live auction. Tickets start at 5 and are available at www.winewomenandshoes.com/richmond. Proceeds benefit The Faison Center, a Henrico nonprofit providing services from...Article LinkSupport the show
Today on What's My Frame I'm joined by casting director Matthew Maisto. This episode quickly became a master class! Matthew is truly a joy to talk to. His openness to share his experiences in the industry including perspective on how the industry evolved from the 2007 Writers Strike paired with the economic downturn. Matthew shares his prolific knowledge into the world of comedy; from understanding the subtleties and nuances of different comedy styles to putting your best foot forward in auditions. Matthew's credits include 80 For Brady, Insecure, The Tale, Modern Family to name a few. Now let's get to the conversation! ----- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch Proceeds will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation to support actors affected by the strikes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whats-my-frame/support
Ornithology. Herpetology. Mammalogy. When you hear these words what do you think of? You're probably aware of the meaning behind the suffix “ology,” meaning “the study of,” which may make you think these words solely refer to rigorous scientific study, test tubes and all. What if I told you an ology such as ornithology, the study of birds, doesn't have to be so alien. Joining Will is Meg, a socioecological researcher and scientist whose work has taken her far and wide exploring the connection between people and nature, and creatures and nature. This episode explores a common yet awe-inspiring, giant bird- the great blue heron! GBH are adored throughout North America for their ability to transport people back to the prehistoric era and experience what it may have been like to witness dinosaurs. Will and Meg discuss some quirky facts about heron nesting, confusingly similar subspecies, and a whole lot of other cool, herony facts! After learning about the GBH it's easy to see how a tiny spark of interest in the scientific world, or birds, can ignite a lifelong passion for learning! Great blue herons are key indicator species- species with a lot of data on them which can be used to gauge the health of an ecosystem. What kind of DIY research can you conduct relating to this important bird? Be sure to check out the Will's Birdbrain Instagram account for complementary episode photos and videos, plus many other awesome bird photos/stories! https://www.instagram.com/wills_birdbrain/?hl=enGot a favorite bird you'd like to hear discussed on the Podcast? Shoot Will an email and let him know what you'd like to hear, share a birding story, or just say what's up! Email inquiries - email@example.comWill's Birdbrain has merch! Consider grabbing a sticker or two of your favorite common bird! Proceeds will go straight into funding more episodes and spreading the joy of birding!Shop - https://www.etsy.com/shop/WillsBirdbrain?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1361667746Love the show, consider supporting me on Patreon! Your support and interest is extremely helpful and encouraging! The goal of the Podcast is to share the love of birds, so be sure to share with your friends and family too. Together let's show some love to these common critters that so often get overlooked. I cannot do it without you.Click the link to sign up: https://www.patreon.com/willsbirdbrainHuge shout out to Kayta, Catherine, Josh, Shane, Margi, and Karene for being Patrons and keeping the common critters in mind!Support the show
Get ready for a night of chills, thrills and excitement! Join us tonight as we chat with Brian Phillips about The Return of Ezra Crow 2023- an event that is sure to send shivers down your spine! Never heard of Ezra Crow? You're in for a real treat! Tune in and discover the mystery behind this enigmatic figure. But that's not all- this year's event promises to be bigger, better and more spine-tingling than ever before. So grab your costumes, sharpen those razors and get ready to compete in our infamous Beard Competition, Costume Contest and brand new Tattoo Contest. That's right- we're taking things up a notch this year with our electrifying tattoo competition that will leave you gasping for more! And the best part? It's all for a good cause! Proceeds from this event go directly towards supporting the Ronald McDonald Houses of Northern Indiana. So come on down and join us for an unforgettable night of Halloween-themed fun! Unfortunately, Scott couldn't make it tonight after his crazy weekend emceeing Beard-O-Palooza in Nolanville Texas but we have got you covered with our incredible host Kyle Waller from Shape the Podcast. Don't miss out on The Return of Ezra Crow 2023- it's an event like no other Shape the Podcast Kyle Waller. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61552042345873 The Return of Ezra Crow 2023 https://fb.me/e/tZ7v72nJB The Heart of a Villain https://www.facebook.com/theheartofavillain Also do not forget about about Zero Prostate Cancer and their online beard contest! The Blue Beard Challenge https://fb.me/e/1eOV0woCv https://www.facebook.com/ZeroProstateCancer Zero Prostate Cancer https://www.facebook.com/ZeroProstateCancer Talking Beards website www.talkingbeards.com The Beard Calendar https://thebeardcalendar.com/ Please check out our friends at Honest Amish and try one of the best selling beard brands available!!! Honest Amish- use promo code "talkingbeards" to save 15% https://www.honestamish.com Grooming Emporium https://www.thegroomingemporium.org/ SUBSCRIBE to the Talking Beards podcast by going to- www.thebeardcaster.com/subscribe Talking Beards Store https://teespring.com/…/talking-beards-3 BS Buttons Beard Bulletin Board- let us know about something you want to promote https://www.facebook.com/groups/407082256748940 BS Buttons on Facebook-order your buttons through this link- https://www.facebook.com/groups/872390072895713/ Aaron D. Johnston- Aaron D Johnston- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aaron.d.johnston1 Aaron D. Johnston-Instagram https://www.instagram.com/aarondjohnston Scott Sykora Scott Sykora- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/scottsykora Scott Sykora- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/scottsykora/ Check out our other great shows on Talking Beards-The Network www.talkingbeards.com/the-network Talking Beards is available of the KPNL Network-go check out other various “strange” shows- KPNL RADIO http://www.kpnl-db.com/ THE NEW HOME OF THE TALKING BEARDS NETWORK https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkingBeards/featured #beard #beards #facialhair #talkingbeards #thebeardcaster #mustache #moustache #beardoil #mustachewax #honestamish #beardcompetitions
This week we're diving into the coffin with the classic Dracula (1931). We ponder its enduring influence on vampire films, delve into Bela Lugosi's path to becoming the iconic Count, and dissect how it deviates from its novel and theatrical roots. In this episode's b-side, we speculate on why Binx might be voiceless, mull over the quantity of Dracula content we've tackled this year, and Kris theorizes that Renfield might've had ulterior motives when visiting Dracula's castle. This episode contains spoilers, beginning at 33:35. Mentioned in the Episode Watch the Movie Dracula (1931) Spooky Season Essentials (New) Blood Drive Support the Show Join our Discord Main Episode Dracula (1924 Play) Rewind: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) Bram Stoker's Dracula - Novel Drácula (1931) - Spanish-language Film Drácula (1931) B-side Final battle from SPAWN McDonald's Vampire Nugget Tyson's Spooky Nuggets Go Further Treat yourself to some merch — you deserve it. Our merch store offers hoodies, shirts, hats, and more. Proceeds from our sales are put towards ongoing website fees, funding for new content, and equipment upgrades. Check out our store As a Patron you have exclusive access to dedicated channels in our Discord server, which you can access from both a web browser and mobile app. If you haven't joined yet, click the link below to sign up for free to access recording live streams, submit Slasher Pick nominations, and connect with fellow patrons. We're looking forward to your arrival! Join our Discord Server Contact Us You can connect with us by creepin' on us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, @HackorSlash. You can also share your opinions with us by leaving us an audio message on our website, hackorslash.live. Special Thanks We want to give a special thanks to the following patrons: Kathy S. Kit C. Charlie M. Jax Kathryn S. Joe Sara P. Taffy S. Melissa A. Samantha S. Mandi Navya Jordan Zunican Miggy Mack Patrick Lizabeth Jen Robby Jonathan S. Garrett Zophiela Alexandra G. Christopher K. Jayne V. Maddy O. Brittany R. Joseph D. Rob H. Darren M. Karlin M. Damien V. Heather W. MJ D. Taler T. Joseph L. Allison B. Amber M. Matt S. Alex L. Sabrina T. Jazzmene U. Jake S. George C. Anthony Z. Nathan E. Sam M. Amanda T. Brittany P. Rob D. Ashley E. Gabrielle G. Thom Kane R. Marc P. Alexander P. Lucas G. Tameera K. Jemia S. Ash M. Juliet D. Paton Katie G. Dave C. Tom M. Ani D. Steven L. Alyssa R. Ben B. Chelsea P. Brady G. John G. Drew Ashley L. Sarah Jake E. Danielle T. Ken J. Sara M. Jay R. Shiggles Music Credits "Hack or Slash" by Daniel Stapleton "The Dread" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Jim Lorenzo from The Blood Manor joins us to talk about Danielle's HalloSCREAM next Tuesday! Proceeds for tickets go to St. Jude's Children Hospital in honor of his son! We're talking costumes, the haunting of Blood Manor + more! Z100.com/scare for tickets to be there! Plus, how well do you know your Disney music?! Well the listener we have on to guess the song may drive your Adult Disney self CRAZY! Also, it's our favorite day of the week aka Food News Thursday and Froggy's counting down the worst Halloween candies!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My Guest June Hersh began her food writing career in 2004. Her mantra is Eat Well-Do Good, and to that end, she writes books with a charitable flavor. Her first was Recipes Remembered, a Celebration of Survival (Ruder Finn Press May 2011), written in association with and to benefit the Museum of Jewish Heritage - a Living memorial to the Holocaust. The book is a collection of stories and recipes from June's interviews with over 100 Holocaust survivors. This November, a new edition of her first book will be released by The History Press under the title Food, Hope & Resilience: Authentic Recipes and Remarkable Stories from Holocaust Survivors. The esteemed chef Daniel Boulud penned the foreword. Proceeds will benefit Holocaust organizations. June has also written The Kosher Carnivore (St. Martin's Press November 2011), Still Here, Inspiration from Survivors and Liberators of the Holocaust (Brian Marcus, 2015), Yoghurt a Global History (Reaktion Books 2021 and Iconic New York Jewish Food, a History and Guide with Recipes (The History Press, February 2023). Summary Jewish food is a vibrant and diverse cuisine with a rich history, especially in New York City. June Hersh's book, "Iconic New York Jewish Food," explores this culinary landscape, focusing on the bagel, a beloved New York icon. Hersh examines the history, craftsmanship, and cultural significance of the bagel, as well as its role in Jewish food culture and traditions. Topics in this episode Food writing, Holocaust recipes, and Jewish food heritage. (4:40) Jewish food traditions and recipe preservation. (10:16) The history and cultural significance of bagels. (16:43) The history and culture of New York-style bagels. (20:49) The origins of bagels and lox in New York City. (28:44) Jewish food culture and traditions. (34:09) History, context, and food with June Hersh. (39:57) Food, history, and culture with a focus on Jewish cuisine. (42:48) Social Media Links She invites you to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow her on Instagram and Facebook @junehersh, or visit her website www.junehersh.com
Today on What's My Frame I'm joined by casting director Erica A. Hart. Erica was born and raised in Washington, DC. She graduated from NYU's Tisch where she studied film and television. We dive into her time there, her first experiences casting and the lasting community she found amongst her fellow students. Erica has been casting for over a decade and as you'll hear in our conversation she loves her work and loves the opportunity to create with fellow artists. She started off in the studio/network space at ABC Primetime Casting and then moved to independent casting. Erica shares stories from casting THAT DAMN MICHAEL CHE (MAX), BUST DOWN (PEACOCK); her Broadway premier CHICKEN and BISCUITS and more. Erica is an Artios award winner, a CSA Board Member, and all around incredible casting director championing for actors. We had so much fun recording this one! Now let's get to the conversation Stream Erica's film, THE SURROGATE on Prime Follow Erica on Instagram ---- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch Proceeds will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation to support actors affected by the strikes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whats-my-frame/support
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette Digital News Desk, and I'm here with your update for October 16, 2023.No rain on the menu for the start of the week. According to the National Weather Service it will be mostly sunny with a high near 56 degrees. On Monday evening it will be partly cloudy, with a low of around 37 degrees.There was also thankfully no rain in Iowa City Sunday as 55,646 fans packed into Kinnick Stadium for “Crossover at Kinnick,” a scrimmage between the Iowa Women's Basketball team and the DePaul Blue Demons– played on a court assembled on Kinnick's field. Iowa triumphed 94-72, with Caitlin Clark recording her now typical triple double, with 34 points,10 rebounds and 11 assists in the windy outdoor conditions.The game, which set a record for attendance at a women's basketball game, was played at Kinnick's north end. With the game beginning at 2 p.m., fans began tailgating before 10 a.m.Proceeds went to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital, and a preliminary check for $250,000 was handed over during a break in the action Sunday.Republicans are hoping the next vote for Speaker of the House will go better than the last couple of tries.National outlets are reporting that the next vote for speaker will be around noon on Tuesday. Republicans have nominated Jim Jordan as their pick for Speaker. While it appears that Jordan still does not have even all the Republican votes needed to be nominated, Iowa's congressional delegation is lining up in support of him, just as they did with Steve Scalise and Kevin McCarthy before him.Republican Rep. Ashley Hinson at a fundraiser for Gov. Kim Reynolds on Saturday said her hope is the vote can end the chaos recently in Congress.Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks was not as forthcoming in supporting Jordan's leadership bid. She also praised McCarthy's effort as Speaker in preventing a government shutdown, a move that ultimately led to him being pushed out of the position by his own party.
Short Circuit is Singapore's first queer short film festival that is currently in its seventh edition. Festival director Isaac Tng and his teammates Daryl Cheong and Pearl aka Phoo Myet Che join us for a chat about reel-istic representation and self-expression through film, art and volunteerism. Our conversation cruises into the dark alleys of Singapore's gay history, including lesbian Samsui women, and chances upon a shocking realisation that Naomi Campbell may not be as famous as we think. Short Circuit 7 has added a third screening on October 21. Proceeds will go towards social services provided by The T Project and Oogachaga. Grab your tickets at: https://theprojector.sg/films-and-events/short-circuit-7 A Note from Sam Jo and Josh: Former festival curator Alfian Sa'at has since confirmed that the event's name is a riff on “short films” and “circuit parties”. That said, we still dig Daryl's definition a lot.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
About Us: Business owners, Chamber directors, industry leaders, Main Street Directors, school and hospital leaders discuss what's happening in North MS with station owner, Melinda Marsalis. Interviews are recorded in Ripley, MS at Sun Bear Studio, broadcast every Tuesday at 11 am on The Shark 102.3 FM Radio and added here to help you stay informed. If you would like to be considered for an interview, you can call or email Melinda. The Shark 102.3 FM Radio Station and Sun Bear Studio, located in Ripley, MS, are owned by Chris and Melinda Marsalis. Chris and Melinda have a passion for community development and love all of the amazing things that are going on in North Mississippi. This Week: The always entertaining Charlise Latour is in the studio with Melinda discussing Dancing & Singing with the King, an annual event that celebrates the legacy and music of Elvis Presley while raising money for dance and vocal education scholarships. Charlise is a Co-Chair for the event and is excited to tell everyone about all the events happening in October 27-29! Proceeds provide grants to schools to fund Dance in the Schools. This non-profit is a special project of the CREATE Foundation and is a 501(c)(3). Charlise encourages everyone to kick off a weekend of fun on Friday, October 27, with the Sock Hop - just like when Elvis was popular! Enjoy dinner, dancing and watch local celebrity dancers compete by dancing to their favorite Elvis song. Also watch local youth compete for scholarships. Everyone's a winner at this event.If you love watching dancing on TV, you'll love the Show Dance Spectacular on Saturday, October 28. Enjoy dinner while watching talented amateurs perform the routines they have prepared and practiced – you'll be amazed at the talent. The event wraps up with the professionals performing – enjoy seeing them leave it all on the dance floor! On Sunday, enjoy the Traditional Ballroom Dance Competition! If you are a dancer, enter our competition. If you aren't a dancer yet, you can come watch! It is just like watching a dance competition in the movies except you are right there!For more information, call 888-585-3383, check out the Facebook Page, or go to "dancingwiththeking.com".email@example.com
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Oct 10th Publish Date: Oct 9th Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Tuesday, October 10th and happy 68th birthday to musician David Lee Roth. ***Van Halen – Ain't talking bout love*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Mall of Georgia Chrysler Dodge Jeep. Construction proceeds on development near Sprayberry High Acworth's Classic Car Cruise brings in a crowd Adaptive games in Marietta give 200 special needs athletes star-player treatment All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: CU of GA STORY 1: Construction proceeds on development near Sprayberry High Construction is underway at the former site of the Sprayberry Crossing shopping center in East Cobb, bringing excitement to the area. Developer Atlantic Residential has plans for a 17-acre site, including 132 age-restricted apartments for adults aged 55 and older, 102 townhomes, and up to 30,000 square feet of retail space. The development is tentatively named East Cobb Walk and may include an age-restricted complex called EVOQ at East Cobb Walk. The apartments are scheduled for completion in late 2024, with townhomes built by Toll Brothers opening around the same time. The retail portion of the project is still being finalized, with inquiries from restaurants, medical companies, and breweries. The redevelopment of the blighted Sprayberry Crossing site has garnered community support and is expected to improve property values and local businesses....…….Get more stories like this from mdjonline.com STORY 2: Acworth's Classic Car Cruise brings in a crowd The Lake City Cruisers hosted their final Classic Car Cruise event of the year in downtown Acworth. The event attracted car enthusiasts and collectors from across the state, offering an opportunity for people to admire and discuss classic cars. Attendees engaged with owners who shared stories of acquiring and restoring their vehicles. Some cars had been meticulously restored, while others were found in personal ads or junkyards and lovingly brought back to life. The event surpassed expectations, drawing hundreds of visitors within the first few hours. All proceeds from the event supported the Horizon Field, an all-inclusive special needs sports facility in Acworth. The Lake City Cruisers plan to continue the event in 2024. STORY 3: Adaptive games in Marietta give 200 special needs athletes star-player treatment Marietta City Schools organized the Adapted Games, an event tailored for nearly 200 students with disabilities. Held for the third year, the event aimed to provide students with disabilities an opportunity for fun, athletic, non-competitive play. Coordinator Bethany Walter modified physical education activities to be safe and inclusive, accommodating children who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities. The students participated in various activities, including cornhole, parachute games, outdoor bowling, long jumps, and small wheeled carts. Approximately 140 volunteers, including students, school employees, Best Buddies Leadership Development program members, and Rotary Club of Marietta members, ensured the event's success. The event has been well-received by students and will continue in the future.....................…..(pause) We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: ESOG – ELON – JRM STORY 4: Allatoona holds off Woodstock for season's first victory Allatoona quarterback Saadiq Teel led his team to a 22-19 Region 6AAAAAA victory over Woodstock. Teel threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Aidan Guilbeau in the third quarter, securing Allatoona's first lead of the game. Teel finished with 160 yards passing and two touchdowns, connecting well with Camden Phillips, who had five receptions for 98 yards. The Buccaneers' defense was crucial in the victory, with their kicker, Gray Kelley, contributing three field goals. Despite a late push from Woodstock, including a touchdown pass from Peyton Lynch to Chase Colina, Allatoona held on for their first win of the season, giving new coach Brad Smith his first victory as well. STORY 5: Walton rallies to beat North Cobb, remain unbeaten In a thrilling game, third-ranked Walton overcame a three-touchdown deficit to defeat 10th-ranked North Cobb 35-27. North Cobb started strongly, taking a 21-0 lead with Nick Grimstead's two touchdown passes and Kaleb Narcisse's scoring pass. However, Walton mounted a comeback, scoring three quick touchdowns to tie the game at 21-21. They eventually took the lead and held on for the victory. Walton's quarterback Jeremy Hecklinski threw for 285 yards and four touchdowns. The win keeps Walton undefeated in Region 5AAAAAAA, positioning them as a strong contender in the league. We'll be back in a moment Break: DAYCO – DRAKE – POWERS STORY 6: Buddhist meditation class comes to northeast Cobb Kadampa Meditation Center Georgia is offering a new modern Buddhist meditation class called "Beyond Anger" in northeast Cobb starting on October 17. Taught by Buddhist nun Kelsang Dechok, the series runs every Tuesday through November 21 at the Peace Chapel in Unity North Atlanta. The course aims to provide accessible meditation techniques to help individuals become calmer and happier in their daily lives, focusing on moving beyond anger and achieving a peaceful state of mind. The center, a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers, has been serving Atlanta since 1998 and is part of the New Kadampa Tradition and the International Kadampa Buddhist Union. Single classes are $15, and the six-week series costs $60. STORY 7: Glover Park Concert Series The Glover Park Concert Series in Marietta Square was a beloved tradition that brought the community together for free concerts on the final Friday night of each month from April through September. The series featured diverse musical talents, including local artist Bill Needs, showcasing genres like classic rock, jazz, beach soul, and country. Attendees brought their own chairs and blankets to enjoy the performances under the stars. This year's concerts had active bands and strong attendance, with the September concert breaking records for turnout. The event also featured a variety of local food vendors offering delicious treats, adding to the community spirit of the series. 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Today on What's My Frame I'm joined by casting director Sean DeSimone. I'm really excited to have Sean join us as we dive into the hosting space and get a better understanding of the vast differences between hosting and tv/film casting. Sean is an expert in TV Host and Brand Spokesperson casting, having worked extensively with QVC and the Home Shopping Network as well as numerous beauty, fashion, home and fitness brands. Now let's get to the conversation! Connect with Sean: seandesimonecasting.com/ and on Instagram @sean_desimone_casting -- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch Proceeds will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation to support actors affected by the strikes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whats-my-frame/support
The Orchestra Teacher Podcast with Dr. Rachel Dirks (Ep. 64) Dr. Rachel Dirks, Director of Orchestral Studies at Kansas State University, is an active conductor, clinician, researcher, and teacher. In addition to her work with the K-State Symphony Orchestra, she teaches graduate and undergraduate string education and conducting courses, and applied cello. She has collaborated with orchestras throughout the United States, most recently in New York, Georgia, Hawaii, and Minnesota. As a featured clinician and educator, she has presented her research for numerous music education conferences within the United States and Europe. A Kansas native, Dr. Dirks holds cello performance degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Bethel College, and a Ph.D. in music education, with an emphasis in orchestral conducting, from the University of Kansas. Her current research surrounding the mental wellbeing of music students and teachers is published in numerous books, periodicals, and online resources. She also serves as the current chair of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA) Health and Wellness Committee. Throughout her experiences as a conductor and educator, her fundamental goal is to encourage musicians to seek and create community through music. You can contact Dr. Dirks at firstname.lastname@example.org. -- For orchestra teacher resources and more information visit https://www.orchestrateacher.net -- Your support is appreciated! If you are enjoying The Orchestra Teacher Podcast, please consider becoming a supporter for as little as 99 cents per month. I am working hard to bring on some amazing educators who will share ideas, tell their story, and offer some support for all of you. I have invested a lot of time in putting it all together and money purchase equipment that will help provide the best possible listening experience. Here is the link: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support Thank you for your continued support! If you have suggestions for podcast guests, please let me know by providing a name and contact information. Subscribe to The Orchestra Teacher Website, YouTube Channel, and Podcast! Website: http://www.orchestrateacher.net YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/theorchestrateacher Podcast on Anchor.fm: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5pvAWs3uftZ5FJ2KyZYU0z Podcast on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mNjU1ZWEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-orchestra-teacher-podcast/id1489358262 — Looking to advertise a product or service to string and orchestra teachers? Consider an audio advertisement on the Orchestra Teacher Podcast! Proceeds from your ad will help offset costs of equipment and web hosting. Please contact Charles at email@example.com for more information. ——— Please donate to Charles' charity!! Charles is a supporter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that's smart about mental health by engaging in the following core strategies: * Funding scientific research * Educating the public about mental health and suicide prevention * Advocating for public policies in mental health and suicide prevention * Supporting survivors of suicide loss and those affected by suicide in our mission You can learn more about Charles' fundraisers and donate here: https://www.theovernight.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.participant&participantID=44899 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchestrateacher/support
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit virginiasolesmith.substack.comIt's time for your September/October Indulgence Gospel! Corinne is here. We're getting into the tyranny of portion control, meal trains, and whether Virginia's house is really that clean. If you are already a paid subscriber, you'll have this entire episode in your podcast feed and access to the entire transcript in your inbox and on the Burnt Toast Substack.If you are not a paid subscriber, you'll only get the first chunk. To hear the whole conversation or read the whole transcript, you'll need to become a paid Burnt Toast subscriber. Also, don't forget to order Fat Talk: Parenting In the Age of Diet Culture! Get your signed copy now from Split Rock Books (they ship anywhere in the USA). You can also order it from your independent bookstore, or from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Target, Kobo or anywhere you like to buy books. (Or get the UK edition or the audiobook!) Disclaimer: Virginia and Corinne are humans with a lot of informed opinions. They are not nutritionists, therapists, doctors, or any kind of healthcare providers. The conversation you're about to hear and all of the advice and opinions they give are just for entertainment, information, and education purposes only. None of this is a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice.BUTTER & OTHER LINKSPhilly Fat ConPriestess of the Indulgence Gospel t-shirts!!!(Proceeds go to National Network of Abortion Funds)It's Been A Minute on pumpkin spicethose New York Times recipe commentersdo older people eat lesscar sushi essay for the New York TimesEileen Fisher lantern pantsMonday pants from Free Label (also Loretta pant and Sophie slacks)Universal Standard—every year we debate how to pronounce “ponte.”Corinne's Universal Standard jeansVejasReebok Club C 85SabahsBoston clogsPuzzle set-up: a pretty cute chair + a little table + puzzle tableThis American Ex-Wife: How I Ended My Marriage and Started My Lifethis hatface shield trendVirginia's favorite sun hatGriefcatpartytime on InstagramCREDITSThe Burnt Toast Podcast is produced and hosted by Virginia Sole-Smith. Follow Virginia on Instagram or Twitter.Burnt Toast transcripts and essays are edited and formatted by Corinne Fay, who runs @SellTradePlus, an Instagram account where you can buy and sell plus size clothing.The Burnt Toast logo is by Deanna Lowe.Our theme music is by Jeff Bailey and Chris Maxwell.Tommy Harron is our audio engineer.Thanks for listening and for supporting anti-diet body liberation journalism.
Bri & Beka host another episode of their “Warrior Wednesday” series and this week are joined by guest, Lauren Postelnek, a fellow Arthritis warrior. Lauren was diagnosed at the age of 4 with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Now at the age of 22, Lauren is in graduate school and learning how to balance life with arthritis. Listen to the full episode for more from Lauren.We encourage you to get social with us on social media by liking our Facebook page, “Those Girls with Arthritis”, and following us on instagram @thosegirlswitharthritis. Send your questions to us on Instagram or click here to submit your questions anonymously. We encourage anyone who would like to join our Facebook community group to do so! You can access the page by clicking here. Check out our merch shop by going to thosegirlswitharthritis.com. Proceeds from the sales will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation.Don't forget to subscribe, so you won't miss future episodes!Disclaimer: Those Girls with Arthritis was created by two friends hoping to share their personal experiences and learn from others. We are not medical experts. Please contact your health professionals before making any choices to change your medical plan.
Grace has some critiques of the Democrats' lies. If you all want to fib together, make sure the fib is consistent. AOC's story is looking a little different from Chuck Schumer's story, and does it even match what Rep. Jamaal Bowman is saying about his own experience pulling the U.S. House fire alarm?
After a patient reported Dr Robert Hadden assaulted her in the exam room, many women came forward with similar accusations. But aggressive tactics by lawyers for the OB-GYN stymied the prosecution, ultimately resulting in a slap on the wrist. Survivors learned behind the hardball maneuvers was Hadden's employer. For years, Columbia University ignored the complaints against the doctor, choosing to protect its brand instead of its patients.In the Wondery podcast “Exposed: Cover-Up at Columbia University,” “Dr. Death” host Laura Beil talks to survivors, advocates, and prosecutors about the decade's long effort to hold a serial sexual predator accountable. The series also explores how elite institutions wield their influence to avoid responsibility. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "EXPOSED: COVER-UP AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY" BEGIN IN THE FINAL 11 MINUTES OF THE EPISODE.In Crime of the Week: Don't give a flying f*ck.Support Kevin's Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Oct 1st Publish Date: Sept 29th From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast Today is Sunday, October 1st, and happy heavenly birthday to actor Walter Matthau. ****Bad News Bears – Meeting the Team **** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Peggy Slappey Properties. Lidl's 'Groceries That Give Back' campaign to benefit Gwinnett County Public Schools Powered by devoted volunteers, Duluth Fall Festival returns this weekend Gwinnett's StillFire Brewing named Georgia Brewery of they Year at New York International Beer Competition Plus, Bruce Jenkins conversation with Leah McGrath from Ingles Markets to discuss working for Ingles. All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1 : Slappey Story 1: Lidl's 'Groceries That Give Back' campaign to benefit Gwinnett County Public Schools Lidl US, one of the nation's largest grocers, has initiated a fundraising effort called the "Groceries That Give Back" campaign to support high schools in metro Atlanta. They've committed $3 million to over 70 area high schools. Customers can participate by using the myLidl rewards app when shopping at Lidl stores, and based on their spending, Lidl will donate between $1,000 and $50,000 to participating high schools. Every high school in Gwinnett County Public Schools is part of the fundraiser, with schools from various counties in the metro area also joining in. This initiative aims to fund athletic programs and extracurricular activities. The campaign runs until November 7th at all 16 Lidl stores in metro Atlanta.......…..read more at gwinnettdailypost.com STORY 2: Powered by devoted volunteers, Duluth Fall Festival returns this weekend The Duluth Fall Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary and expects up to 100,000 patrons in downtown Duluth for a weekend of arts, crafts, food, and entertainment. It's been recognized as one of the top 24 fall festivals in the US by U.S. News & World Report. Proceeds from the festival now benefit Duluth-based nonprofit organizations. Over 400 volunteers are crucial to the event's success. This year, minor changes include a parade, a 5K run, and a service by Duluth First United Methodist Church. Notable changes involve the return of a children's petting zoo and the near-completion of the Thrive building, improving festival flow. Entertainment includes music and dance performances on two stages. Shuttle services are available due to limited parking. For more details, visit www.duluthfallfestival.org. STORY 3: Gwinnett's StillFire Brewing named Georgia Brewery of they Year at New York International Beer Competition StillFire Brewing, based in Suwanee, Georgia, was recently honored as the Georgia Brewery of the Year at the prestigious New York International Beer Competition. The brewery received this recognition alongside four medals at the 2023 competition, including a Gold Medal for their Dark Moo'd Imperial Milk Stout, a Silver Medal for O'Farrell's Irish Red, and Bronze Medals for both College DropOut Light Lager and Koastal Krush Mimosa Sour. Phil Farrell, Brewmaster at StillFire Brewing, expressed immense pride in their team's dedication and passion, and the brewery's commitment to crafting exceptional brews. The New York International Beer Competition is known for its stringent judging process, involving Distributors and Retailers who evaluate entries based on taste, quality, and adherence to style guidelines. For more information, visit stillfirebrewing.com. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: M.O.G. – Tom Wages - Obits – Cumming Fair STORY 4: Rahaf Barakat honored with Georgia Gwinnett College's Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award Georgia Gwinnett College honored its faculty and staff at the annual Fall Recognition Ceremony. Six faculty and two staff members received recognition for their contributions in scholarship, leadership, service, and creativity. Notably, Rahaf Barakat, an associate professor of information technology, received the Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award. She emphasized her passion for technology and the importance of inclusivity and diversity in education. Other awardees included Dr. David Weiss, Dr. David Kirschner, Dr. Sairam Tangirala, Dr. Cynthia Woodbridge, Dr. Binh Tran, Anessa Griffin, and Kathija Jamaloodeen, each recognized for their outstanding contributions. Additionally, faculty promotions were acknowledged during the event. STORY 5: Gwinnett Girl Scout Troop 18165 earns Bronze Award Girl Scout Troop 18165, based in Lawrenceville, achieved the Bronze Award, the third-highest honor for Girl Scouts at the junior level. Led by Angela Vasquez and Krystal Eustice, the troop collaborated with the Neighborhood Church in Buford to enhance its food pantry, 12 Baskets, by adding a hygiene section. They collected numerous hygiene products, promoted their project through flyers and a video, and secured sponsorships from local companies. This sustainable community project earned them the Bronze Award, and they now aim to earn their Silver Award in the future. Each scout contributed 20 hours to the project, demonstrating their commitment to benefiting the local community. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 4 – Lawrenceville Events STORY 6: Leah McGrath And now here is Bruce Jenkins conversation with Leah McGrath from Ingles Markets to discuss working for Ingles. STORY 7: Leah McGrath We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: Henssler 60 Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Marietta Daily Journal, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories, and get other great content at Gwinnettdailypost.com. Did you know over 50% of Americans listen to podcasts weekly? Giving you important news about our community and telling great stories are what we do. Make sure you join us for our next episode and be sure to share this podcast on social media with your friends and family. 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On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat start the show by discussing economic headwinds facing Wall Street right now. You'll hear why they think a California man should continue paying the premiums on his long-term care policy even though he can self-insure. A Florida retiree calls in to ask whether he should buy individual bonds. Then, Scott and Pat tackle questions about retirement income and proceeds from the sale of a house. Join Money Matters: Get your most pressing financial questions answered by Allworth's CEOs Scott Hanson and Pat McClain live on-air! Call 833-99-WORTH. Or ask a question by clicking here. You can also be on the air by emailing Scott and Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org. Download and rate our podcast here.
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Sept 29th Publish Date: Sept 28th From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast Today is Friday, September 29th, and happy heavenly birthday to musician Jerry Lee Lewis. ****JERRY LEE LEWIS - WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' **** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Peggy Slappey Properties. Driver charged in Labor Day crash in Gwinnett that killed 5 teens Celebrity Softball Showdown first event for Gwinnett Chamber Foundation Renowned Korean Children's Choir visits Greater Atlanta Christian School Plus, Bruce Jenkins City of Lawrenceville event coordinator Milo Sather. All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1 : Slappey Story 1: Driver charged in Labor Day crash in Gwinnett that killed 5 teens The driver involved in a tragic Labor Day crash in Gwinnett County that resulted in the deaths of five teenagers has been charged. Emanuel Rene Esfahani, 20, of Lawrenceville, has been charged with five felony counts of homicide by vehicle in the first degree, along with other charges including reckless driving and racing on highways. The crash occurred when Esfahani, driving an Infiniti G35, was racing another vehicle on an exit ramp at speeds exceeding 100 mph. The Infiniti swerved to avoid a box truck, leading to a collision with the other vehicle, a Toyota Tacoma, causing it to roll over and fall from the ramp. Tragically, five teens lost their lives in the incident......…..read more at gwinnettdailypost.com STORY 2: Celebrity Softball Showdown first event for Gwinnett Chamber Foundation The Gwinnett Chamber Foundation is hosting its inaugural event, the Celebrity Softball Showdown, at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville. The foundation, established this year, aims to support local businesses owned by veterans, women, and minorities. The event will feature a softball game with over two dozen celebrities, entertainment, food trucks, a car show, a postgame concert by country artist Ricky Lee, and the ceremonial first pitch by Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson. Proceeds from the game will be used to provide grant money for underserved small local companies in Gwinnett County. STORY 3: Renowned Korean Children's Choir visits Greater Atlanta Christian School The Greater Atlanta Christian School hosted the Far East Broadcasting Company Korean Christian Children's Choir, a prestigious group of 40 talented young performers aged 7-13. The choir, known for its international Christian unity message, delivered a heartwarming performance featuring colorful costumes and traditional Korean dance. They expressed gratitude to the United States Military and missionaries for introducing Christianity. The visit aimed to strengthen the global connection among Christians and promote cultural exchange and camaraderie. The choir will tour five states and 20 cities in the United States, with plans to return annually to GAC. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: M.O.G. – Tom Wages - Obits – Cumming Fair STORY 4: Goodwill Career Centers celebrates grand reopening of Duluth facility Goodwill of North Georgia's Pleasant Hill Career Center in Duluth has celebrated its grand reopening. The renovated facility, now spanning 9,295 square feet, offers updated technology to support in-person and virtual training programs. Goodwill Career Centers, with 14 locations in North Georgia, provide free training, job placement, case management, work support, and paid internships to community members. Graduates have secured employment with major companies such as Amazon, Kroger, Delta Airlines, and the Georgia Department of Transportation. The Pleasant Hill Career Center offers training in forklift operation, hospitality, medical administrative assisting, phlebotomy, and more, with an annual expectation of serving 1,200 individuals. STORY 5: Harvest Fest set to return to Lawrenceville Nov. 4 The city of Lawrenceville is hosting its annual Harvest Fest on November 4 at the Lawrenceville Lawn. The festival will feature performances by up-and-coming musical artists, including headliner Hannah Dasher, Them Vibes, Seryn, and the Band Loula. In addition to music, the event will offer festive activities, a farmer's market with local artisans, and various food vendors. Hannah Dasher, known as "Nashville's best-kept secret," is celebrated for her fresh take on classic country music. The festival is sponsored by several companies, and sponsorships start at $500. The free festival runs from noon to 6 p.m. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 3 – Lawrenceville Events STORY 6: MILO SATHER And now here is Bruce Jenkins conversation with City of Lawrenceville event coordinator Milo Sather. STORY 7: MILO SATHER INTERVIEW We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: Henssler 60 Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Marietta Daily Journal, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories, and get other great content at Gwinnettdailypost.com. Did you know over 50% of Americans listen to podcasts weekly? Giving you important news about our community and telling great stories are what we do. Make sure you join us for our next episode and be sure to share this podcast on social media with your friends and family. 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Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Friday, Sept. 29, 2023. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.
Though thought of as a leading youth group for skills and character building, the Boy Scouts often attracted adults who preyed on children. For decades, the national headquarters cataloged these incidents in confidential files, but publicly they denied there was a problem. It wasn't until a former scout sued that the files were disclosed, revealing leaders knew about, but never acted on, hundreds and hundreds of cases of abuse. And even today, after a multi-billion dollar settlement with victims, whistleblowers say the Boy Scouts are failing in their mission to protect its members.The Netflix documentary “Scouts Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America” looks into the cover-up behind the largest sex abuse case in history. Survivors, journalists, and insiders recount what happened when the organization that urged young men to be honest and trustworthy ignored its own ideals in favor of self-preservation.OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "SCOUTS HONOR" BEGIN IN THE FINAL 11 MINUTES OF THE EPISODE.Support Kevin's Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
In December 2000, Florida's Mike Williams disappeared in alligator-infested waters while duck hunting. His loss seemed to crush his wife Denise and his best friend Brian Winchester. While authorities ruled his presumed-death an accident, his mother Cheryl believed it was foul play. For years, she begged police and reporters to look into Denise's involvement. It wasn't until years later, when Denise got an insurance payout and married Brian, did investigators reopen Mike's case.From Wondery comes “Over My Dead Body: Gone Hunting,” season four of the true crime podcast series. Host Jennifer Portman recounts the two decades-long investigation and her own reporting on whether Mike's wife and best friend were involved in his disappearance.OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "OVER MY DEAD BODY: GONE HUNTING" BEGIN IN THE FINAL 12 MINUTES OF THE EPISODE.In Crime of the Week: weird science.Support Kevin's Walk a Mile in Their Shoes by donating here. Proceeds go to the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire.
On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat start the show by discussing the worries in the commercial real estate market. Then, a woman who plans to sell her apricot orchard wants to know how much money she needs to buy a new home in a different state. A Virginia caller asks where he should invest the proceeds from the upcoming sale of his mother's house. Finally, behavioral decision-making expert Hal Hershfield joins the show to explain why getting to know your future self right now will pay dividends later. Join Money Matters: Get your most pressing financial questions answered by Allworth's CEOs Scott Hanson and Pat McClain live on-air! Call 833-99-WORTH. Or ask a question by clicking here. You can also be on the air by emailing Scott and Pat at email@example.com. Download and rate our podcast here.
Thank you for tuning in to Episode 262 of the Down Cellar Studio Podcast. Full show notes with photos can be found on my website. This week's segments included: Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Brainstorming From the Armchair KAL News Events Ask Me Anything On a Happy Note Quote of the Week Thank you to this episode's sponsors: Stitched by Jessalu, Bella Fio & Mandis Makings Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Wild Air Farm Spinning I am spinning a 4 oz braid of Polwarth/Silk (85/15) from Jakira Farms to ply with Wild Air Farm Shetland & Pygora- Melody & Cadence (dyed in blues and greens) Twist direction: singles = Z plied = S This means when I'm spinning, my wheel is spinning clockwise and when plying my wheel is moving counter-clockwise. Ravelry Project Page Skein 1: 60" loop. 94 wraps= 5640 inches/156 yards. 92g Skein 2: 59" loop. 95 wraps= 5605 inches/155 yards. 96g Skein 3: 60" loop. 116 wraps= 6960 inches/193 yards. 96 g Total: 284 grams- 504 yards/ 460.9 meters Meters for Stash Dash= 4x 460.9 (for a 3 ply)= 1843.6 meters My total for Stash Dash 2023= 22,908.44 You can check out my Stash Dash 2023 Progress on this Google Sheet. Petrichor Socks Yarn: Oink Pigments Targhee Sock in the Petrichor Colorway (90% Targhee, 10% Nylon) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Pattern: OMG Heel Socks by Megan Williams ($5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry ) Ravelry Project Page I used 74 grams of yarn. Shock Star Hat #2 Yarn: Spun Right Round Squish DK in the Shock Star colorway Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm) & US 7 (4.5 mm) Pattern: none Ravelry Project Page 92 sts. 2x2 rib with the US 5 needles. Switched to US 7 needles after the brim. I was running out of yarn as I got close to the crown so I striped in 3 rounds of neon coral and neon blue with the Shock Star color in between. 52g of yarn used. On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Bedside Pocket Pattern: None Yarn: Kindful Yarn, Swish DK, Kenzie Yarn, Cape Cod Yarn Co Hook: 6.5 mm (K) Ravelry Project Page I started this project on 9/4. 75 sts across. Single crochet. First section- Kindful yarn with Swish DK in Mimic Second section- Kenzie Yarn with Cape Cod Yarn Co My Little Unicorn Socks Yarn: Andre Sue Knits Sock Blank in the My Little Unicorn colorway Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Pattern: OMG Heel Socks by Megan Williams ($5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry ) Ravelry Project Page Progress: Past the cuff of the second sock (not the heel as I mentioned last time). Space Daddy Socks Yarn: Fan Girl Fibers Fingering in the Space Daddy Colorway (80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Pattern: OMG Heel Socks by Megan Williams ($5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry ) Ravelry Project Page About the colorway- blues with pink, neon yellow, purple. I bought this yarn at the Yarncentric event before the Maryland Sheep & Wool festival this year. I bought it with my friend Laura in mind. During her last visit, I asked her to pick out new yarn for socks. She picked out three skeins and decided this should be #1. Progress: I'm in a couple inches beyond the first cuff. Don't forget, Fan Girl Fibers is a Pro Shop sponsor. This project is living in a wedge bag from Snack Shack Sponsor Stitched by Jessalu. Let the Mystery Unravel 2023 Blanket of Calm Pattern: Blanket of Calm by Casapinka (free crochet pattern) Yarn: Woolen Women Fibers- Let the Mystery Unravel subscription Hook: 3.25 mm (D) Ravelry Project Page Progress: 9 squares for September complete. I'm planning to buy a neutral sock yarn to seam and border them with. Each month's 3x3 square will have a border around it and then be seamed with the other 11 for the year. You can find my September 2023 Let the Mystery Unravel Unboxing Video on YouTube. This subscription is not available to new subscribers but I hope you'll watch each month and see how my blanket comes along. Stay tuned to Woolen Women for all of the fun kits they have! Don't forget, they're Pro Shop Sponsors. Strathcona Sweater Pattern: Strathacona Sweater by Tara-Lynn Morrison ($6.50 knitting pattern available on Ravelry or on the Good Night, Day website) Yarn: 3 yarns 1) handspun, 2) Lion Brand Fisherman's Wool in the Birch Tweed Colorway 3) Aisling Yarns BFL in the Hurry Sundown Colorway Needles: US 13 (9.0 mm) (neck), US 19 (15 mm) (body) I'm knitting Size S/M (pattern offers sizing from 38"- 53" bust) Ravelry Project Page Drawn Together Cowl Pattern: Drawn Together by Shana Cohen ($7 knitting pattern available on Ravelry & Payhip) Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm) and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook for the provisional cast on Yarn: neon coral DK yarn (lost ball band; believe its from Spun Right Round) Provisional cast on using this Purl Soho video. I flew through the rolled top, ripped out provisional cast on and joined it together on the train which, I must say made me feel like a wizard! Brainstorming Patterns from our Pigskin Bundle on Ravelry Wear it with Pride Hat by Cori Eichelberger ($10 pattern available on Ravelry. Proceeds go to the Trevor Project. There is a coupon code available if you want/need to pay less). It uses worsted weight self striping with a contrast color and corrugated ribbing to create a nice pattern. Easy Striped Men's Beanie by Lena Mathisson ($5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry). Worsted weight, striped beanie. Shave Ice Beanie (worsted weight garter stitch hat) by @hookmountainhandmade- $5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry. Gandy Dancer Mitts (star stitch textured mittens) by @chitchatknits $4 knitting pattern available on Ravelry (great for variegated or tonals) Lucky Break (garter shawl using minis where you bind off/cast back on to create large eyelets) by @paperdaisycreations $7 knitting pattern available on Ravelry. From the Armchair Verity by Colleen Hoover. Bookshop Affiliate Link. Amazon Affiliate Link. Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. If you click those, please know that I am an Amazon Associate and I earn money from qualifying purchases. KAL News Pigskin Party '23 #DCSPigskinParty23 Official Rules Find everything you need on my website or in the Start Here Thread in the Ravelry Group Register using this Google Form (you must be Registered to be eligible for prizes) Enter your projects using the Point Tally Form Find the full list of Sponsors in this Google Doc. Coupon Codes are listed in this Google Doc & in this Ravelry Thread Exclusive Items from our Pro Shop Sponsors are listed in this Ravelry Thread Questions- ask them in this Ravelry Thread or email Jen at downcellarstudio @ gmail.com Tailgate Talk Challenge (September 7-21. Enter for points by September 30). Check out the details in this Google Doc or in this Ravelry Thread. Playoff Prediction starts 9/6. Who will win the Super Bowl? Submit your guess by 9/20. Find all the details in this thread. Thanks Nicole for the idea! Official Sponsors of the Quarter: There will be a special point-earning challenge issued for this "Quarter"- Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan. We won't reveal all of the challenges ahead of time, but you will find out about them in the days leading up to that month. You can assume, correctly, that you will get more points for using products from that Official Sponsor. October: Paper Daisy Creations November: Bella Fio December: Mandi's Makings January: Lolodidit Welcome aboard to our 2 Commentators- Mary (Maryklute) and Kristen (Kips206)! THis episode I shared Mary's first report. Pigskin started with a bang! Over 1000 posts before the Sunday football games even started! One topic of the chatter has been that it has been so chatty, with lots of folks offering the advice to just jump in and not worry about what you missed! People are all over the place in terms of projects. 38 people already had points on the board by midday Sunday! 16 of those people got points for drafting other players! Erica -- Esalaza has already completed two projects that used over 600 yards each! She's been making crochet scrap yarn baskets that are super cute! You can find her Ravelry Project Pages here & here (both are Ravelry links) There's lots of chatter in the team threads as people complete the Tailgate Talk challenge. Some folks (like me” are working on finishing up pre-PSP WIPs There's still plenty of time to play so no worries if you haven't even cast on a PSP eligible project yet. To quote imaginedlandscapes, “This knitalong is definitely a marathon and not a sprint.” Events Vermont Sheep & Wool: Sept 30 & Oct 1 at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds NY Sheep & Wool Festival in Rhinebeck - October 21 & 22, 2023 Indie Untangled: Friday October 20 from 10a-4p in Saugerties. Tickets for 1, 2:30p and 4p still available. Cakepalooza: Friday October 20 from 10a-5p in Saugerties. Tickets for the 2p & 4p entries are still available Wool & Folk: Friday October 20 from 12-7p in Stoneridge, NY Fiber Festival of New England: November 4 & 5 in West Springfield, MA Check out some West Coast (US) Events on the Seattle Knitters Guild site (thanks Kristen- kips206) Ask Me Anything Shana asked to hear about "Savers!" Rachel asked for a wildlife update. Anita asked "Ideas for getting ready for the holidays- decorations and gifts. Check out links to some of the things I discussed: Decor Christmas Balls Ornament Set- knitting pattern by Amy Gaines. $4 knitting pattern available on Ravelry. Triangle Santa Ornament- free knitting pattern available on this blog. Sarah's (of Imagined Landscapes) gnomes I've crocheted triangles and seamed together, put stuffing in between and attached to a twig glued to a ring of wood as the base to make a tree- similar to this Pin. You could do the same thing with knitted fabric. Crochet star ornaments (could also be used as garland). I used cream sparkle yarn and used mod podge stiffener on them. Knitted Christmas garland ideas can be found here. Gifts Heart Garland (crochet) free pattern from Skip to my Lou (great to get ready for Valentine's Day- I also printed small photos & gifted them with mini clothespins from craft store) Nanaimo Cardigan by Tara-Lynn Morrison Moonrise Necklace by Sivia Harding. You can find my Ravelry Project Page here. DK weight socks Baskets- there are tons of patterns for crochet baskets. Useful + cute! You could use them as the container for other gifts too. Cup cozy (great to pair with a gift certificate to your favorite local coffee place) Fingerless mitts. Sizing is easier to guess on, aim for a ribbed pattern if you're really unsure about sizing. Toys! On a Happy Note Labor Day weekend fun. Laura was in visiting from NY. Friday we scored big at the local second hand shops. We had an epic pool day at my parents' on Saturday. Sunday we hit the local dairy for ice cream with the girls then went to Megg's for dinner before seeing a Queen Cover Band at night. Pigskin Kick Off & getting to spend so much time with you. The New York Times Games App: Wordle, Spelling Bee, Connections, Daily Mini are my favorites Decorating for fall! I scored a Luke's Diner tee from the clearance section at Target after Aila suggested it. Stretching & Theragunning on a regular basis now that Liz and I text to check in on each other. Liz took a picture of Millie's creepy baby doll which I later found on my phone and laughed myself silly over. Then Riley found the photo and made it one of my scrolling background/screensaver photos! Hijinx for the win! Quote of the Week Each of us is born with a box of matches inside us but we can't strike them all by ourselves. –LAURA ESQUIVEL Thank you for tuning in! Contact Information: Check out the Down Cellar Studio Patreon! 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