I've covered discernment many times in previous episodes on what to look for and best practices when making decisions. But today, I've taken a spotlight to errors I continuously hear from young adults about making decisions. Joining me on the show again is Dr. Tom Neal, expert on the spiritual life and discernment, to banter and dissect some of these errors we commonly hear. Yes, this episode is critical of certain approaches, but if you are looking for the positive teachings that undergird our critiques, please listen to those previous episodes with Dr. Neal, Fr. Gallagher, Fr. Rafferty, Sr. Garrett, etc. In today's show we look at cynicism's impact on discernment, why it's a good idea to be open to feedback and accountability, why your desires and interior motivations are part of the discernment process, how to be patient with the lack of clarity in discernment, and how to find the balance when looking for external signs to confirm a decision. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drmariosacasa/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmariosacasa/ Interested in more episodes like this one? Check these out: 73. Are you healthy enough to discern a vocation? with St. Josephine Garrett 49. God's Plan with Fr. Timothy Gallagher 33. What is Prayer? With Dr. Tom Neal 25. Spiritual Desolation with Fr. Timothy Gallagher 8. How to Discern a Lifelong Vocation with Fr. Jim Rafferty
It's that time of year again. The jack-o'-lanterns are lit, the 12 foot tall Home Depot skeletons are on the lawn, and the Squid Game costumes are sold out on Amazon. It's Halloween on Tunes & Tumblers. This year, the gang invites Bobby Parker of LA metal trio Salem's Bend onto the show to discuss their favorite songs that invoke a sense of dread. And it wouldn't be TnT without a haunting drink to pair. LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, SHARE and as always, cheers! Ryan's Pick: Daniel Johnston Pedro's Picks: "Girl Anachronism" by the Dresden Dolls, "Take Me to the Hospital" by the Faint, & "You Haunt Me" by Sir Sly Bobby's Picks: "Let the Right One In" by White Hills & "A Trial in Our Native Town" by The Savage Rose Anthony's Picks: "Mausoleum" by Rafferty & "The Ballad of Hollis Brown" by Rise Against A Cold Wind Salem's Bend on Bandcamp Salem's Bend on Instagram Salem's Bend on Facebook Episode Playlist: Theme Music by New New Girlfriend #Mood Jingle by Jacob Jeffries & Jesse McGinty Tunes & Tumblers on Instagram Tunes & Tumblers on Twitter Tunes & Tumblers on Facebook Tunes & Tumblers on Spotify Call or Text the Tunes & Tumblers Hotline: (626) 604-6477 Cover art by Pedro Isaac Chairez Tunes & Tumblers is a member of the Pantheon Media family of podcasts --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tunes--tumblers/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Music is so much more than notes and rhythms. Music is something that activates parts of our brains in truly unique ways. My first course I took in my master's program was a music psychology course. I was instantly hooked, and loved being able to dive further into how music affects our brains. For this episode, I brought the amazing Jen Rafferty as a guest to talk more about just how music and neuroscience intersect in a truly unique way. Presenter and author Jen Rafferty began her career as a middle school music teacher in Central New York. Jen brings her energy, humor, and expertise to all professional development workshops. She is known for her practical ideas and passion in her presentations while inspiring teachers to stay connected to their “why.” Jen currently serves as the Co-chair of the New York State School Music Association's (NYSSMA) Secondary Classroom Committee, member of the advocacy committee, and is the President of Cortland County Music Teachers Association. She earned a B.M. in music education and vocal performance, a M.M. in music education from Ithaca College and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in educational psychology. Jen is frequently invited to conduct elementary and middle school choirs throughout New York State. Additionally, in 2020 she founded Sing Together, an international virtual singing community of singers of all ages and abilities. Her most recent publication is A Place in the Staff: Finding Your Way as a Music Teacher, available on Amazon and JW Pepper. Links and Resources: Grab your FREE copy of my guide on better serving the students with disabilities in your classroom! Follow Jen on Instagram Check out Jen's Podcast JenRafferty.com Neuroteach book
Matt and Tom are joined by Stephen Goldsmith in a Monday Show/Preview Show crossover episode. The lads talk about the Papa John's Trophy win over Manchester United's youngsters and preview Saturday's trip to Gillingham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rise Rafferty is a registered dietitian-nutritionist who went back to completing her bacherlor of science degree after her two beautiful children have already grown up. She is currently serving patients through the telehealth platform and also shingingher light in the realm of television and media. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeje-noval/message
EPISODE 50! CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT EVERY WEEK! On this episode of Aca-Education, Justin speaks with Educator and Author Jen Rafferty, about finding our “Why”, our purpose and reasoning for how we approach our teaching, and how this philosophy translates into the classroom and a cappella world. Jen also discusses her new international virtual project, Sing Together, and on the difference between teaching children, and teaching teachers! Resources: Jen Rafferty's Website Association for Middle Level Education Take Notes with Jen Rafferty (Podcast) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/support
While interning at the Sanctuary, Catie Rafferty was an editor for “Echoes From Lock One,” worked with the Water Justice Lab, and helped on Hudson Mohawk Magazine. Sina Basila Hickey spoke with Catie about her work at the Sanctuary and where she is now.
Attorney Troy Rafferty explains why his firm, Levin Papantonio Rafferty, has decided to help the Board of County Commissioners with its dispute with County Clerk Pam Childers. Rafferty says he won't "try" the case in the media so this may be his only interview.
Victoria “Tori” Stafford was a happy 8-year old, who on April 8, 2009, was starting at a new elementary school in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. She and her older brother, 10-year-old Daryn, were supposed to walk home from school for the first time. Tori ended up walking home alone and was never seen again. Video from the high school down the street from the elementary school showed Tori being led away by a young woman. Who was this woman and what happened to Tori? Listen to this week's episode to find out more.Get Ad-Free, Early Releases, and Exclusive Episodes by going to:Apple Channel: CRIMES AND CONSEQUENCES XPatreon: Patreon.com/tntcrimesIG and Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeWeb: www.tntcrimes.comSources:1) “Judge calls Tori Stafford killer a “monster” at sentencing” CBC.ca2) "Exclusive: Tori Stafford killer accused by family of extorting own mother" Globalnews.ca3) "Tori Stafford" by Chilling Crimes4) Terri-Lynne McClintic's Murderpedia page5) 'Tori Stafford's killer sought compensation for “unfair” move from healing lodge back to prison" nationalpost.com6) R v. McClintic, court case from Ontario7) "Goodale to “examine” transfer of Rafferty to medium security prison" Nationalobserver.com
NBA.com's Kyle Irving, Scott Rafferty and Gilbert McGregor run a three-man weave to discuss all of the pressing questions facing the Toronto Raptors ahead of the 2021-22 NBA season. From Kyle Lowry's departure, to his fit with the Miami Heat, to the return of Goran Dragic and Precious Achiuwa via the sign-and-trade, the trio discusses what that deal means for both franchises. They also discuss how the Raptors fared elsewhere in free agency and what fans should expect from this team heading into the new season. Irving, Rafferty and McGregor each try and predict the Raptors starting lineup on Opening Night and what the lineup might look like once star forward Pascal Siakam recovers from offseason shoulder surgery, capped off by the Raptors' games they're most excited for on the 2021-22 NBA schedule. Head to NBA.com for more Raptors offseason coverage. Follow the hosts: @KyleIrv_, @GMcGregor21 and @crabdribbles on Twitter.
In the third of my Deep Dive Into Thoughtful Travel interview episodes, I chat with Penny Rafferty in South Australia, with a wide-ranging discussion about all manner of thoughtful travel topics. I started off asking Penny about her fascinating career trajectory, which sees her now taking the roles of both Head of Sustainability at Tourism Australia and Executive Officer of Luxury Lodges of Australia. Her roles have given her plenty of food for thought and we discuss both her professional and personal experiences of tourism and travel, how travel can change us, and how travellers can change the world. Links: Luxury Lodges of Australia - https://luxurylodgesofaustralia.com.au Join our Facebook group for Thoughtful Travellers - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtfultravellers Join our LinkedIn group for Thoughtful Travellers - https://notaballerina.com/linkedin Show notes: https://notaballerina.com/251 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, we're going to be discussing the Ediacaran fauna. This is a faunal assemblage that came before the Cambrian Explosion (535-525 Mya) but is less well known. Unlike the Cambrian Explosion- which saw the creation of most of the phyla we know today- the Ediacaran biota is much less familiar. It also appears to be quite confusing in terms of what category its constituent organisms fall under... Sources for this episode: 1) Campbell, N. A., Urry, L. A., Cain, M. L., Wasserman, S. A., Minorsky, P. V. and Reece, J. B. (2018), Biology: a global approach, 11th edition (Global Edition), Harlow, Pearson Education Limited. 2) Ebling, F. J. G., Encyclopaedia Britannica (2017), Integument (online) [Accessed 29/05/2021]. 3) Flannery, T. F., Encyclopaedia Britannica (2019), Cambrian explosion (online) [Accessed 27/05/2021]. 4) Grazhdankin, D. (2011), Ediacaran Biota. In: Reitner J. and Thiel, V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Geobiology. Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series. Springer, Dordrecht. 5) Herron, J. C. and Freeman, S. (2015), Evolutionary Analysis (Fifth Edition, Global Edition). Harlow: Pearson Education Limited. 6) Rafferty, J. P., Encyclopaedia Britannica (2018), Ediacaran Period (online) [Accessed 28/05/2021]. 7) Shen, B., Dong, L., Xiao, S. and Kowalewski, M. (2008), The Avalon Explosion: Evolution of Ediacara Morphospace, Science 319(5859): 81-84. 8) Thain, M. and Hickman, M. (2014), Dictionary of Biology (Eleventh Edition). London: Penguin Books Ltd. 9) Virginia Tech, ScienceDaily (2008), Two Explosive Evolutionary Events Shaped Early History Of Multicellular Life (online) [Accessed 28/05/2021]. 10) Windley, B. F., Encyclopaedia Britannica (2019), Ediacara fauna (online) [Accessed 28/05/2021]. 11) Author unknown, Wikipedia (date unknown), Ediacaran biota (online) [Accessed 28/05/2021]. 12) Author unknown, Wikipedia (date unknown), Marinoan glaciation (online) [Accessed 28/05/2021].
Sooooo excited this episode finally happened. On this show, the LL Crew catches up with Tony and Bror from the world famous Rafferty's Pizza. As one of the most well-known restaurants in the area, we discuss everything from their beginnings at Rafferty's as kids in high school, to now both of them managing one of the Raffs restaurants, Bror in Crosby and Tony in Nisswa. Speaking of those locations, we dive into what makes each one of them unique (including the Crosslake location), but also why they still bring that Rafferty's nostalgia. As we mentioned in this episode, we could all talk for days about the history and growth of Raffertys Pizza, the memories, what it means to the community and so much more - so maybe a second round with these guys Oh and we also put them on the spot with some local pizza trivia!Thanks again to both Tony and Bror for joinin and can't wait to get back into grab some pizza (which will more than likely be tonight... Then, after the Raffs guys step out, the LL fellas chat about the State Fair coming up, a trip to TC Summer Jam, a little more about Lakes Jam (make sure to catch the newly released Lakes Jam recap video filmed and produced by BlazeAir), and some more happenings in the Brainerd Lakes Area. Was a fun one, hope you all enjoy!
Episode #036 - Please welcome Investigative Protection Officer Patrick Rafferty. Mr. Rafferty serves in the New York Field Office and came to the Secret Service after retiring as a Captain in the New York Police Department. Mr. Rafferty served the NYPD for 25 years and in 2010 came to the Secret Service. Prior to the NYPD, he served in the U.S. Army and received his BA in Criminal Justice and a Master's in Public Administration. Mr. Rafferty said this is the best job in the world! The Technical Law Enforcement (TLE) Support Branch supports the recruitment and staffing of Technical Law Enforcement positions to include; Investigative Protection Officer, Technical Security Investigator, and Protective Armor Specialist. TLE partners with the Offices of Investigations, Protective Operations, and Technical Development and Mission Support. Hosted and Edited by: Cody Starken, Associate Producer and assistant editor: Starr Vazquez This episode is sponsored by the United States Secret Service. www.secretservice.gov Special Thanks to IPO Patrick Rafferty for his time and support, and NYFO for their support. Music is “Nova Police” by Hermelin, found here: www.hermelin.bandcamp.com/track/nova-police The music used in the podcast was altered from the original soundtrack by cutting specific sections of the music to create the intro and outro of the podcast. This work Attribution-Noncommercial-sharealike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US), which license definition is located here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 Want to join the Secret Service? Click here to start your journey https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=USSS Please visit us at: Twitter@secretservice, Instagram@secretservice, Facebook @UnitedStatesSecretServiceOfficial, YouTube@US Secret Service, and LinkedIn @U.S. Secret Service Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud.com and find it at www.secretservice.gov/press/social-media/
In today's episode, we are talking about how the past year has affected programmatic advertising. Okay, I can hear you already- “Wait a minute, Jenny! What is programmatic advertising??”Are you confused? You might be surprised by how much you know about programmatic advertising without even realizing it. I have Megan Rafferty on the podcast to talk about her company, Newor Media, and how they serve the ad space. We talk about what programmatic advertising is, what size ads work well, why you should work with an agency, and the ad industry changes throughout some sites over the last year. Read more HERE.
Mike Papantonio is a living legend. His work on mass torts with Levin, Papantonio, Raferty has helped tens of thousands and his media has reached millions more. He's one of the only living people to be inducted into the National Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame and several of his cases have been made into Netflix documentaries.We were honored to have the chance to sit down with Mike and pick his brain about his conference, Mass Torts Made Perfect, and how he approaches media.What's In This Episode Who is Mike Papantonio? How has his background in journalism contributed to his legal career? Why does Mike write fiction books about his cases? What advice does he have for lawyers trying to create a media presence? What still makes Mike anxious after 30 years of trying mass torts? Why did Mike create Mass Torts Made Perfect?
Max Rafferty has 20 years' experience within the construction industry and is currently Master Builders Australia National Technical Policy Manager.He represents the MBA on the Building Codes Committee which provides Technical advice the Australian Building Codes Board, and a number of Australian Standards Committees including BD 038 Wet Areas In Buildings. He has also worked as a Construction Auditor within Government and has experience in residential and commercial construction, including everything from concreting to site management.Max explains to Talking Architecture & Design the issues affecting waterproofing buildings and why our waterproofing standards need to be both current as well as enforceable.This podcast was bought to you in association with Stormtech, proud sponsors of the Residential Series of podcasts. For more information on Stormtech please go to: https://stormtech.com.au/specifiers
Podcaster, Blogger and Mentor Amanda Rafferty joins Pete today to share her story and tell of how one event turned her whole life upside down and changed her mindset forever. Together, they discuss how with the right people around you, you can turn your life around for the better, why you should live your life on your own terms and the importance of being respectful to others. KEY TAKEAWAYS There are very few people who get through life without any challenge, obstacle or struggle. With these, you are able to turn your life around in a positive way which can give others a sense of hope that they can do the same. It is a daunting place to be when you are starting again, but it can be done. With the right people around you and the right mindset to help you believe that you can start again. Whilst it is not easy, and each day may bring their own challenges, keep putting one foot in front of the other and move forward on your journey. Everybody deserves to live the life they want rather than just trudging through life. So many people hold back in life because of somebody else's perception and the fears that they have. This is your life, you have to live your life on your terms, not on somebody else's terms. You really have no idea what life is going to throw at you next. You can plan ahead as much as you like, but your life can turn upside down with no warning. Live in the here and now, nobody knows what is going to happen in the future. It shouldn't matter if somebody has £5 or £5,000,000 in the bank, you should always show respect to others. We are all cut from the same cloth and we are all the same. Respect people, be kind to people and always remain humble. BEST MOMENTS “I always look for the positive in what is happening.” “Everyone deserves to live a life that puts the fire in their belly.” “At that moment, I had no control over anything.” ABOUT THE GUEST Amanda Rafferty: Mum, Blogger, Mentor and Podcast host. Twitter: https://twitter.com/rafferty_amanda?lang=en Podcast: https://anchor.fm/amanda8408 ABOUT THE HOST The ‘Mighty Pete Lonton' from the ‘Mighty 247' company is your main host of ‘Fire In The Belly'. Pete is an Entrepreneur, Mentor, Coach, Property Investor, and father of 3 beautiful girls. Pete's background is in Project Management and Property, but his true passion is the ‘Fire in The Belly' project itself. His mission is to help others find their potential and become the mightiest version of themselves. Pete openly talks about losing both of his parents, suffering periods of depression, business downturn and burn-out, and ultimately his years spent not stoking ‘Fire In the Belly'. In 2017, at 37 years of age that changed, and he is now on a journey of learning, growing, accepting, and inspiring others. Pete can connect with people and intuitively asks questions to reveal a person's passion and discover how to live their mightiest life. The true power of ‘Fire In The Belly' is the Q&A's - Questions and Actions! The ‘Fire In The Belly' brand and the programme is rapidly expanding into podcasts, seminars, talks, business workshops, development courses, and rapid results mentoring. CONTACT METHOD https://www.facebook.com/mightypetelonton/ https://uk.linkedin.com/in/mightypete https://www.facebook.com/groups/430218374211579/ Support the show: https://www.facebook.com/groups/430218374211579/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by NBA Canada's Scott Rafferty to talk about Ben Simmons, what happened this year in Philly, why trading him will still be so difficult, the Suns going up 2-0 against Los Angeles, rotation adjustments for the Clippers, NBA Draft Lottery winners and losers, rooting against the Thunder, and how the conversation around Becky Hammond and Portland has gotten complicated.
The all-time three-point leader in Wesleyan men's basketball history recently joined Chris and Coach to discuss his young career thus far. After graduating from Wes in 2017, Harry Rafferty took a shot at playing professionally after seeing one of his best friends, Duncan Robinson of the Miami Heat, reach the NBA. Rafferty discusses the grind of trying to make it to the league which included a stint in the NBA G-League with the Sioux Falls Skyforce in 2019. Recently, he was elevated to Assistant Coach for the University of Michigan women's basketball team.
Josh and David open with a discussion of critical race theory and the phony Republican outrage over a theory that's been around for 40 years. State Rep. Neil Rafferty zooms in to discuss the legislative attacks on transgender youth and the overall state of the LGBTQ community in Alabama. And they wrap with a discussion of Barry Moore's vote against honoring police and this week's Rightwing Nut of the Week Guest: State Rep. Neil Rafferty About APW: APW is a weekly Alabama political podcast hosted by Josh Moon and David Person, two longtime Alabama political journalists. More information is available on our website. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Today's interview features Stacy Rafferty, one of InterVarsity's National Directors of Diversity and a remarkable Latina leader. Stacy and Steve talk about: the role our families play in going to college, how our time in college shapes our relationships with our families, and how prayer fits in with all that.You can connect with Stacy at email@example.com or search for her on Facebook (she's the only one in Omaha, Nebraska).NOTES- Stacy is for real about her Chipotle offer.- You can find quotes from Stacy over on our Instagram (@intervarsity.lafe)
This week, Joe Rafferty comes in to talk about his experiences in his tattooing career and more! Check him out in the links below or at War Horse Ink in Kent, OH! ⭑Enjoying the show? Become an OFFICIAL Squires Station donor to see bonus episode outtakes, original Davey Squires music content, and artist videos you can't find anywhere else!⭑▶Become a Member of the VELVET LOUNGE for Only $5 /month. https://www.dsquires.com/velvet-lounge-home▶Follow Joe's Art: Joe's Tattoo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jrafferthttps://www.facebook.com/groups/250498048797006Joe's Tattoo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jraffert/War Horse Ink Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WarHorseInkKent/War Horse Ink Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/warhorseink_tattoo/Davey Links! ▶Davey's Official Website: www.dsquires.com▶Official Squires Station Page: https://www.dsquires.com/squires-station▶Follow Davey on Facebook: Davey Squires Music ▶Follow Davey on Instagram: @davey_squires▶Squires Station Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2JLM2JiyPBxo6JhM1o8ONr▶Squires Station Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/squires-station/id1534348825▶Squires Station Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1344319▶Squires Station Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMzQ0MzE5LnJzcw?sa=X&ved=0CBAQ27cFahcKEwjYw8iEnKrsAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQBA▶Squires Station on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-squires-station-73775468/#▶Squires Station Session Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlvfCJeABIg&list=PLcICVI5_QsUR8I1YUGPdD3oVZlhv-X3eu&ab_channel=DaveySquires▶Davey Squires Original Music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/57yMuQso3AFGi3A2TKvwJvFollow Area 67 Studio! ▶Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Area67Music▶Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/area67recordingstudio/▶Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCePe2CZMFJ1UtTzzkxbRH1gThanks for Listening!
Selling online has grown like wildfire over the past 10 years and people are used to a certain kind of retail experience that network marketing hasn't traditionally had. We'll discuss strategies and technologies that network marketing companies can use to combine the POWER of eCommerce tools with the POWER of a direct selling sales-force to cause massive and rapid expansion.
We check in on Michigan women's basketball this week, as Head Coach Kim Barnes Arico chats with Brian about each of her three new assistants (11:00), what she and the players are up to at this stage of the offseason (19:30), and Naz Hillmon's opportunity to represent Team USA in next week's AmeriCup (26:30). Then, we have our final one-on-one interview with the new-look women's basketball coaching staff. Harry Rafferty stops by to discuss the work with the program that helped him earn an assistant position (31:00), the acclimation process for the new-look staff (35:30), and his close relationship with former Wolverine Duncan Robinson (42:15).
Join the Community of Safety Pros today! In this episode, I talk to my good friend Shawn Rafferty. He is the host of the Security Pro Podcast and the founder of SPR Group, LLC. We will focus on domestic travel safety - but not in a sense most think about; we get into a lot here, so take notes! BONUS: Shawn tells me the harrowing story of how he was stranded in Iraq during the war and had to get himself out of the country with no support from anyone! To see the full-length video interview, become a premium SafetyPro Community member. Premium members get access to exclusive content like video courses, downloads, and you can direct message and live chat with the Safety Pro - become a PREMIUM member! Join the Community of Safety Pros today! **Visit MightyLine Tape**
Formed in 1983, the original line-up was Michael Rooney (vocals), Tom Rafferty (guitar), Malcolm McDonald (bass), Kevin Key (guitar), and Rhod Burnett (drums). Their first release was the self-financed "Where Are You?" single in 1984, produced by McDonald, after which they were signed by French independent label New Rose. Their first release for the label was the mini-LP Eternal Hotfire. A further single followed before Gordon left, to be replaced by Malcolm McDonald. They recorded a session for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show in 1985(Don Gordon played guitar on this along with Malcolm McDonald), which was released as an EP in 1987. Rafferty left before the band recorded Sound Hole (New Rose 1986) with McDonald handling all guitar duties as the band built up a following in continental Europe, with a further album following for New Rose in 1987 (Live a Little). Gordon Goudie was recruited as rhythm guitarist in 1986. In late 1987 there was a further line-up change with Burnett and McDonald leaving, the remaining members recruiting Richard Mazda (guitar) and Paul Bridges (drums).
This episode we sit down with Jaime Rafferty as she shares her struggle with eating and the unhealthy relationship that transpired. We also talk about the pressure women go through about having to look a certain way to be "attractive"Feel free to follow me on my running journey: InstagramConnect with Jaime Rafferty: InstagramIf you want to watch the Zoom version, check out the YouTube channel: Click hereIf are interested in me speaking at your event or school, feel free to reach out on my social media or my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
An established session guitar player who has recorded with many including British band Incognito, singer Ola Onabule, rock chick Rosie Oddie and American singer and voice over artist Lynda Hayes. Founder and band leader to Latin jazz rock outfit Cayenne who have recorded live sessions for radio and television, performed at all major uk and European jazz clubs and festivals as well as achieving a club hit with their 1981 song Roberto Who. A long standing season at the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club saw them play opposite the one and only Nina Simone, Gil Scott Hero, Cuban American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval and Cuban band Irakere. With further concerts for the incredible Puerto Rican ‘King of the Timbales’ Tito Puente, Latin artist Celia Cruz and Latin jazz musician Machito. As a composer his music has graced films, comic strips, documentary soundtracks and World Cup games. And as an invaluable teacher he has imparted his knowledge and skills within schools and colleges as well as to many a familiar name such as Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet, Coco Sumner daughter of Sting and Trudy Styler; children to Jude Law and Sadie Frost, Rafferty and Rudy Law and son of Liam, Gene Gallagher With decades of experience and rare insight into the cool and heady days of 70’s and 80’s London Town here he revealing golden stories.
Eyebrows were raised in many circles when Caolan Rafferty's name was overlooked for Walker Cup selection this year. Having already been capped in 2019 and after proving time and time again that he can play to the peak of his powers after a lengthy absence, the Dundalk man thought he'd done enough to earn a crack at the US side in Seminole in May. It wasn't to be for Rafferty, but for the now 28-year old, it's not the first time he's felt slightly overlooked when it comes to a selection process. A winner of the South and the West and ranked as high as 14 on the World Amateur Golf Charts, Rafferty's often been left to wonder whose fence he has to paint for opportunities to come his way. In this chat he shares his frustrations, but also his drive this season to prove to selectors that his omission was a mistake. We hope you enjoy the listen. As ever, don't forget to subscribe and let us know what you think.
On episode 11 of the Common Cents Finance Podcast, Nicolas and Anthony got the opportunity to speak with Dr. Devin Rafferty, an associate professor in economics at Saint Peter's University. In their conversation, Dr. Rafferty was able to explain Modern Monetary Theory, a macroeconomic framework that says monetarily sovereign countries are not constrained by revenues. In other words, under this theory, governments at the federal level could print as much money as needed since they are the monopoly issuers of their currency. Website: http://common-cents-finance.com/ Anthony's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMxP8hKTfWqVAp4cc2DhB8g Nick's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt8Xi_pVsSBkL5HlklCVPxQ Follow the Twitter: https://twitter.com/commoncents_fin Follow Anthony's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acrinkle/ Follow Nick's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicolassadek/ Follow CCF's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/commoncentsfinance/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CommonCents --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/common-cents-finance/support
Welcome to a brand NEW episode of "Back Talk with Bauer” ! Episode #52 “Heaven Only Knows What Will Happen With The Rogues”This is going to be on interesting episode!! If you like Irish music and terrible jokes you should be following The Rogues of Rafferty. I am been friends with a couple of the guys since high school and one of the others is my brother! So this will be a show filled with debauchery, chaos, and fun. We will chat about what the Rogues do, how they were formed, maybe some old stories from high school, and maybe....just maybe get a song or two from the guys.Follow The Rogues on Facebook atFacebook.com/TheRoguesofRaffertyBandJBauerart.com is where you can find more about the podcast, the artwork, graphic design, and more. Like the art on the walls? Click the SHOP tab. Click the MERCH purchase my designs on t-shirts and more. You can also support the show by the Virtual Tip Jar! Paypal.me/JBauerartIt helps keep the lights on and the cameras rolling in the Creative Cave! Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast apps including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and more! Make sure to subscribe to the HWWS Web TV YouTube Channel to catch previous episodes of the show and to check out an entire network of amazing shows at Youtube.com/user/GarrettPomichter Thank you to our amazing sponsor Kingdom of Comics in Melbourne, Florida. Check out the shop at Facebook.com/kingdomofcomicsshop/ and you can even put in an order through the FB page for those out of town fans. Make sure to let them know Back Talk With Bauer sent you. Support the show (http://paypal.me/JBDezigns)
What happens when you've spent your life on the road with some of the biggest bands in rock & you decide to completely pivot your life to spend more time with your family? One of Joe's oldest friends, Marcus Rafferty, did exactly that. This week, he talks about life on the road. Adapting for Covid & lots more.
There were no new episodes this week so we decided it was the perfect time to go back in the vault and discuss Casey’s first head injury from season 2. When we started re-watching 2x11, we realized there was A LOT that happened in this episode - Dawson starts at the Fire Academy, Rebecca Jones and Rafferty are introduced, Clarke is accused of murder. We discuss all of this and so much more. News — 5:08 Fire 2x11 — 17:09 As always, we want to hear what you think about these topics; make sure you are following us on Twitter (@meetusatmollys), or email us at email@example.com to continue the discussion. Our inbox is always open and a safe space for you all to share your thoughts and feelings.
Edel Quin discusses the intersection of somatic practices and dance science. We discuss what somatics is, the principles it is based in, and where it fits within/alongside theoretical frameworks and motor learning. Edel suggests what a somatic approach might be able to give us in dance training, discussing the potential benefits and the importance of experience. We also look at the possible challenges of somatic approaches to training. Finally, Edel shares her thoughts on 'Safe Dance Practice'. Resources - Batson, G. (2009). Somatic studies and dance. IADMS Resource Paper. Available at: https://iadms.org/media/3599/iadms-resource-paper-somatic-studies-and-dance.pdf Wilmerding, MV & Krasnow, D (2009). Motor Learning and Teaching Dance. IADMS Resource Paper. Available at:https://iadms.org/media/3588/iadms-resource-papers-motor-learning-and-teaching-in-dance.pdf Batson, G. (2010). Improving postural control in the battement tendu: One teacher’s reflections and somatic exercises. Journal of Dance Education. 10(1): 6–13. Batson, G. & Schwartz, R.E. (2007). Revisiting the Value of Somatic Education in Dance Training Through an Inquiry into Practice Schedules. Journal of Dance Education. 7(2): 47-56. Batson, G., Quin, E., & Wilson, M. (2012). Integrating somatics and science. Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices, 3(1-2): 183-193. Brodie, J. & Lobel, E. (2004). Integrating fundamental principles underlying somatic practices into the dance technique class. Journal of Dance Education. 4(3): 80–87. Eddy M (2009). A brief history of somatic practices and dance: historical development of the field of somatic education and its relationship to dance. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices. 1(1): 5-27 Geber, P. & Wilson, M. (2010). Teaching at the interface of dance science and somatics. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science. 14(2): 50–57. Weber, R. (2009). Integrating semi-structured somatic practices and contemporary dance technique training. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices. 1(2): 237–254. DOI: 10.1386/jdsp.1.2.237_1 Brodie, J. & Lobel, E. (2012). Dance and Somatics: Mind-Body principles of teaching and performance. Krasnow, D. & Wilmerding, M.V. (2015). Motor Learning and Control for Dance. Human Kinetics. Quin,E., Rafferty, S & Tomlinson, C (2015). Safe Dance Practice. An Applied Dance Science Perspective. Human Kinetics. MA Dance, Somatics and Dance Science: https://www.chi.ac.uk/department-dance/our-courses/ma-dance-somatics-and-dance-science Find Edel here - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @uocdancescience Twitter: @edelquin12 @uocdancescience Facebook: @universityofchichesterdance Safe in Dance International (SiDI): www.safeindance.com Chichester University: https://www.chi.ac.uk/ Contact: email@example.com Instagram: @scidancepodcast Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.
This episode features the “top brass” of Arizona comedy minds! Our guest is Krissy Lenz, a performer, director, and teacher based out of downtown Meza. She’s the artistic director for the wonderful Neighborhood Comedy Theater as well as the host of the fantastic “Most Excellent 80s Movies Podcast.” So yeah… she’s the “top brass” onContinue reading "Ep 21: Krissy Lenz with Kate McKinnon’s Colleen Rafferty"
Show Notes: Jen Rafferty Book - A Place in the Staff Website Presenter and author, Jen Rafferty began her career as a middle school music teacher in Central New York. Jen brings her energy, humor, and expertise to all professional development workshops. She is known for her practical ideas and passion in her presentations while inspiring teachers to stay connected to their “why.” She earned a B.M. in music education and vocal performance, a M.M. in music education from Ithaca College and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in educational psychology. In 2020 she founded Sing Together, a national virtual singing community of singers of all ages and abilities. Her most recent publication is A Place in the Staff: Finding Your Way as a Music Teacher. Afternoon Ti: The Afternoon Ti Guide to Teaching Music Book and Journal are here! F-Flat e-books: Book and Journal Amazon: Book and Journal Blog Instagram - @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Music: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
Many people have found themselves unexpected things due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the list of 2020 accomplishments for Shannon Rafferty Sullivan '00 is pretty impressive. The social work major was named president and chief operating officer for Women & Infants Hospital in Providence, and she oversaw the transformation of a suburban office building into one of Rhode Island's field hospitals in just 23 days. Sullivan described how her career evolved from clinical social work to operations and the classes and professors at Providence College that inspire her today.Subscribe to the Providence College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, and YouTube. Visit Providence College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, and LinkedIn.
We had a blast chatting with Ronan about his career, with all the war stories from his time on the European Tour. In this monster 2-hour podcast we also got to talk about Ronan’s time in the Ryder Cup, narrowly missing out on the Claret Jug to Nick Price, as well as all his adventures growing up around the game which saw him playing top level amateur golf from a very young age! We think all of our podcasts are good - but none more so than this one! Enjoy
Join the Community of Safety Pros today! SPR Group LLC was formed in 2018 by Shawn Rafferty. SPR Group LLC's strategic vision centers around threat management, preparedness, training, damage mitigation, and effective response. Shawn sees a dangerous disconnect between law enforcement, organizations, and individuals about how they can work together to help: 1. Prevent incidents 2. Mitigate damage 3. Respond during an active shooter event or other life-threatening situations Even more troubling is the apparent lack of preparation and training for individuals and organizations. It is unfortunate that even after so many active shooter events, people and organizations are still not prepared, and many do not know what to do. Shawn's main objective is to help save lives by preparing organizations and individuals to prevent, prepare, and respond during an active shooter event. SPR Group LLC is the embodiment of everything Shawn has learned and experienced over 25 years in various leadership and security roles. The work Shawn performed with the United States Military, local/federal law enforcement, and security firms opened his eyes in ways he would never have imagined. Far too often, people are left to react and hope the natural fight or flight response helps them figure out what to do when the worst happens. - this is not enough. When lives are at stake, the first line of defense is developing a strategy. Shawn's first weapon of choice is the strategy throughout Shawn's years of training and working as a security specialist for various organizations. When a strategy is in place, people train on what to do when the time comes. And then, if the worst happens, training kicks in, and that strategy helps reduce injuries and casualties. The event that laid the groundwork and future formation of SPR Group LLC occurred in 2007. Shawn just returned to the U.S. from working in Iraq and was anxiously awaiting his first child's birth. While Shawn was driving, he heard on the radio about the news of the Virginia Tech mass shooting that took the lives of over 32 people. Upon hearing the news, Shawn, both angry and sad, thought out loud, "There must be a way to help people survive these horrible incidents." From that point on, Shawn started to brainstorm ways to better educate people on what they can do and even help police respond in a more direct, informed manner. Over a decade later, Shawn puts his passion and plans into action to help save lives. Please listen and share this important topic with others. If you want to go more in-depth on this and other topics - become a SafetyPro Community member (FREE to join). Become a PREMIUM member and get access to exclusive Safety & Health Management content and engage with other safety pros! Live chats, mentorship, premium downloads, videos, tools, and more! Join the Community of Safety Pros today! **Visit MightyLine Tape for all your facility marking needs! Request a FREE sample for being a SafetyPro Podcast listener!**
When you finally choose an agent to pitch (or 20 or 30), what do you do? I'm interested in sending out a series of exclusives. It's a weird strategy, and it might not work. (As a matter of fact, I might scrap the whole thing after this first round. You never know!) But for whatever reason, this is where my gut is telling me to start.In this episode, we discuss the one cardinal rule in pitching agents: FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS TO A "T."If the agent says they want the subject line to say your name, title, and date of your last flu shot, then by God, you write your name, title, and date of your last flu shot! It's not time to get fancy or creative because there very well may be a filter on their inbox that weeds out any email which doesn't follow this exact format.We also discuss my first chapter and why it's essential to nail it. Frankly, I had a tiny blip early in the chapter that took Jennie out of my story."An agent is a highly tuned reading machine, right? She is gonna be scanning this super-fast, like, 'Oh, that's so cute. That's so great. That's so awesome. BLIP. Ugh. Done.'" -Jennie Nash, on agents reading your first chapterIn my first chapter, I referred to a conversation between two characters in the scene. Jennie wanted to see the conversation instead. She wanted to see the conversation because it allowed my main character to react to it.It ended up being a small tweak, but a fun one to incorporate because it gave me the chance to add in a little more "Mr. Rafferty." Sidenote, Mr. Rafferty is the character that every one of my beta readers (EVERY. ONE.) said they loved (and wanted more of!). He's a retired pirate, and he's a grumpy, snarky ol' talking rat with a great big heart.I've learned during this whole pitching-prep process that sometimes little changes make a big difference.
This week on The Big Fib, we get inspiration from Coach LISA, reflect on why we don’t always get everything we want, and meet LISA’s butler Rafferty, who really needs to work on his timing. The Big Fib is produced by Gen-Z Media in partnership with PRX. For more great Gen-Z podcasts visit gzmshows.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram.