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We're back with Episode 5 of “Off Hours with Bourbon Lens” featuring Ashley and Colby Frey, Founders of Frey Ranch Distillery in Fallon Nevada. This episode is brought to you by Off Hours Bourbon. Off Hours Bourbon is made for the moments in between. After a long week or just because. Find the time and the moments in between. Find them with us in the Off Hours. Find out more about Off Hours Bourbon on their website. This has been another production of Bourbon Lens LLC. Thank you for your continued support. Scott & JakeBourbon Lens
Farm and Ranch News for Wednesday, July 6, with KC Sheperd In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd Talks about the latest numbers from the CME Ag Economy Barometer ...
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Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, July 5, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, Ron Hays reports on some of the Farm Policy priorities of the cotton and soybean leaders that offered testimony to the Senate Ag Committee in Jonesboro, Arkansas in mid June.
Lori first came to Philmont to visit a boyfriend, and ended up staying the rest of the summer to work. With no intention to return the next year, she suddenly got the itch and found herself craving another Westward adventure. Her first official summer on staff, she was a PTC group leader. She recalls PTC being a great place for a non-scouter to start her Philmont career. She also remembers her tight knit group of girlfriends who spent days off in the backcountry together learning the ins and outs of backpacking. As a PC at Beaubien, she found herself across the meadow each morning, helping the wranglers prepare for tailrides. She soon graduated from currying to saddling and became an honorary wranglers assistant. The next summer, she returned as a wrangler, and eventually become the 4th female horsemen on South Cavalcade.From shoeing and topping off, to horse drives and rodeo dances - Lori found herself amongst her own - a Ranch department family rooted in hard work, respect, and education. As South Cav horseman in 1997 and 1998, Lori thrived as a leader and embraced the opportunity to build relationships with backcountry staff camps. Lori met her husband at Philmont and says quote "There's just something about a guy in interps." Today the Lori and her family remain active in Scouting and Philmont.Removed from all other distractions, Philmont gave Lori the time and space to think about who she wanted to be as she went forward into life. The hard work she encountered as a wrangler put into context other challenges in life - that with some grit and trusted friends, one could make it through hardships, and grow from them too. Philmont Experience1993 – PTC East Tent City Asst. Manager (partial summer)1994 – PTC Family Program1995 – PC Beaubien 1996 – Wrangler1997 – Horseman – South Cavalcade1998 – Horseman – South Cavalcade Non-Philmont Scouting Experience2002 – 2005 – Exploring Executive / District Executive – Denver Area Council, BSA. Currently Chartered Organization Representative for T510 (Boy & Girl) and Crew 510 out of Naperville, ILNotable Mentions:Ali Wick MeeksForest McVickerCricket LundsteinJolene ClarkTrisha DailyPenita HansbelJen TempleRachel RickleffsBob RickleffsLori CochrinDavid Newshoff aka TriggerTravis PowellMatt ToddStacey GreeneJeremy SpiveyShelley Keff Phillips1996 wranger female crew - Tara, Ana, Christy, EvaJoe Leak Ben VargasMarylin VargasRod TaylorChris swayneChristine Mathews SpeedJake AndersonTravis PowellRoger Smith - Cold BeerDavid RepovichReggie JayneEric VossFather Don HummellLarry McLaughlin - Dirty LarryDoug FaschingEric LochlierSam SorkinSupport the show
Posted 7/4/22This week the C.O.W.boys are celebrating Independence Day. Along with some fun and lively conversation on the topic, you'll also hear some great music from Riders in the Sky (Wah-hoo), Michael Martin Murphey (My Country Under God), R.W. Hampton (My Country's Not for Sale), and Brenn Hill (No Country for Faithless Men). There is also some great cowboy poetry this week from Yvonne Hollenbeck (Flag Out on the Ranch). We'll have the ever popular Dick's Pick (This Land is Your Land), Cowpoke Poetry, and a whole bunch of goofin' off too!
Farm and Ranch News for Monday, July 4, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears from OSU Crop Marketing specialist, Dr. Kim Anderson on the latest Grain prices, and in Celebration of Independence Day reads a Poem for Farmers.
@rolandsfoodcourt with @gennaro.pecchia @paulofcharsky We start the #indpendenceday weekend of right with a few brands that makes us very proud to be Americans! First, we get to catch up with our favorite #bbq Chefs, they used to be fancy, but now they're on their own, along with the badass @rshawger have built a 'cue empire @pigbeachnyc & @pig_beach_queens & the fresh n new @pigbeachpalmbeach Not a bad start for these great guys. So, if you're ready to celebrate #fourthofjuly properly you have a few hotspots to do so at #pigbeachnyc If you're more of a #dyi home pitmaster, then the Gents have you covered with there new cookbook
In this podcast we discuss fine wine production, demystify sulfites and the importance of grape quality in winemaking.Our guest today is Santa Barbara based winemaker Michael Brughelli.A California native, Brughelli has worked with some of the biggest names and vineyards in Santa Barbara.He was the general manager and winemaker for Ken Volk a decade prior. He then worked at Bien Nacido Vineyard and learned from some of the county's most talented winemakers sourcing fruit from the legendary vineyards of Santa Barbara.He co-founded and was the winemaker for Scar of the Sea. In 2019, he sold his portion of Scar of the Sea back to Guigni to launch his own consultancy.Brughelli is also the winemaker at Folded Hills Winery, Ranch and HomesteadMichael Brughelli founded his eponymous wine brand in 2018. He crafts high-end, allocated Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Santa Maria Valley currently selling at $200 a bottle. Find out more: https://brvghelli.wineRead about Brughelli's latest release here Since 2016, Bottled in China brings you into the food and drink scene through conversations with the some of the most happening personalities. Hosted by Emilie Steckenborn, the show is your one spot for all things food, beer, wine and spirits from across the world. Connect with us on LinkedIn or Instagram @bottled.in.china Podcast available on iTunes, Spotify , online or wherever you listen to your episodes!
Farm and Ranch News for Friday, July 1, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears from Allendale's Rich Nelson on the Acreage and Quarterly Grain Stocks Reports released yesterday by USDA.
Jenny Camhi and Jessica Kort are the Chief Talent Officer and Director of Communications and Strategy, respectively, of The Leichtag Foundation. In this 1st episode in a three-part mini-series, Dan and Lex speak with Camhi and Kort, on location at Leichtag Commons -- a Jewish community farm, education center, co-working space, and more, located in Encinitas, California and operated by the Leichtag Foundation. The two guests provide a window into the programming that takes place at Leichtag Commons, along with an exploration of "The Hive," a collaborative co-working space that fosters a space of creativity, collaboration, and connection, for employees of Jewish and secular non-profits.To access full shownotes for this episode, click here. If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation. Support Judaism Unbound by clicking here! You can also buy Judaism Unbound merch (hoodies! stickers! mugs! So much more!) by heading to www.JudaismUnbound.com/store.
Farm and Ranch News for Thursday, June 30, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears from OKFB's Steve Thompson on the primary election Results.
Mason Carter and Dr. Jason Smith discuss what to expect from future FDA antimicrobial regulations including procedures producers can take to be prepared and products that will be impacted. This is an excellent update for everyone.
We are joined this week by Tarah Greve, and Nicole Hauff, the Co-Directors for Teen Reach Adventure Camps in Missouri! They work with foster and at-risk kids between the ages of 12 and 15 running a multi-day camp each summer and mentorship programs throughout the year. Tune in this week to find out more about this incredible ministry and hear some of the stories about how God is using their work to bring hope, change, and a future to some of the most in-need children we have in our nation today! CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO HELP US BY SPONSORING A PONY TODAY! https://www.skywatchtvstore.com/collections/sponsor-a-pony Check out the Whispering Ponies Ranch special offer by clicking on the link below!! Thank you for your prayers and support!! https://www.skywatchtvstore.com/collections/simply-his/products/the-whispering-ponies-ranch-special-offer
Farm and Ranch News for Wednesday, June 29, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, Ron Hays covers the results of the 2022 Primary Election in Oklahoma- and features comments from his interview with Congressman Frank Lucas- who won his Primary challenge.
Tim Silverline, VP of Security at Gluware, joins host Allan Alford on the Ranch this week for a discussion about user awareness training and the latest and greatest (as well as not the greatest) methods around phishing simulations. Tim and Allan get into the nitty gritty of how your company can improve user awareness results through avoiding basic click-through models, considering advanced warning for certain training exercises, and understanding risk quantification when evaluating employee metrics. Timecoded Guide: [04:30] Running the right phishing simulation for your user base and gauging your results appropriately [10:08] Pushing boundaries in the tactics used in phishing exercises and making employees pay attention more closely to their everyday emails [15:10] Calling out unlikely and unhelpful phishing strategies and simulations, including the harm of impersonating employees without any warning [21:04] Realizing which methods of user awareness are no longer effective and shifting away from the mindset of just “checking the box” in these training exercises [25:54] Changing security for the better with increased awareness and a better understanding around the value of risk exposure amongst employees Sponsor Links: Thank you to our sponsor Axonius for bringing this episode to life! Manual asset inventory just doesn't cut it anymore. That's where Axonious comes in. Take control of security complexities by uncovering gaps in your organization. Sign up for a free walk through of the platform at Axonius.com/Get-A-Tour What, to you, are the biggest highlights, the high points, the critical bits of user awareness training? Tim has seen the good and the bad of user awareness training, and has found the best results for his users in interactive training sessions, especially when paired with gamification. Allan compares this method and approach to modern virtual escape room sessions, and Tim agrees that the more interactive and hands-on a training can be, the better the learning experience will be. Instead of framing our user awareness and phishing exercises around checking boxes for cyber insurance companies, we should be striving for active learning engagements that demonstrate the value of security to our users. “After those trainings, users have come up to me and talked to me about how they weren't aware of this particular risk and hearing about it in a real-world use-case was very effective for them to really understand why it's important and why they should be behaving in a slightly different manner.” If the users never fall prey to attacks, is there a reason to continue performing them? Hearing Tim talk about his success, Allan was curious about how he chooses to approach successful user bases. If someone isn't falling for Tim's phish, does he still see the need to perform these exercises? The short answer was yes, but Tim explains that user awareness training should be customized to the needs of a user base. Testing new employees is a must, along with refreshing successful users on their skills a few times a year. Additionally, scheduling out different exercises that hone in on different phishing simulations exposes employees to a variety of learning opportunities and encourages them to see this beyond just a yearly test where they might as well “get it over with.” “If you've tested all your existing employees, and they haven't fallen or been susceptible to it, that doesn't mean that the next employee you hire is also going to be of that same mindset.” What ineffective methods are there in security awareness? Throughout the episode, Tim and Allan keep coming back to the simple fact that checking boxes no longer works. Having employees read or watch through videos and take “common sense” knowledge tests makes user awareness training a distracting activity that feels more like grunt work than a learning experience. While you never want to disrupt the workflow of your employees, stepping outside of the box with interactive activities that are explained in advance shows the value of these exercises to your users instead of making them feel that you're yet again wasting their time with another gift card scam. “I find that there's the typical thing a lot of people do to hit compliance, which is having their users watch videos, and answer questionnaires. My feeling is that most people just try to get that done. Their goal is really to get it completed, so they can check the box and their company stops bothering them to complete it.” You are given a magic wand and you are told you can wave it and change any one thing in cybersecurity you want to change. What do you change? There's so much in cybersecurity that Tim and Allan would love to change, especially when we look at cutting edge approaches to user awareness training. However, Tim makes one thing clear: if he could change anything, he would change our mindset. Instead of seeing security as just someone's job, we should encourage our users to see themselves as an instrumental part of their company's security. When everyone concerns themselves with following the right protocols and caring about security beyond simulations, companies will find themselves in a much stronger, less vulnerable place. “I think ultimately, a lot of the weaknesses inside of our organization are our users. If I could just increase the level of carefulness, or the level of interest that everybody has in keeping their own companies secure, I think we would overall improve the posture of all companies.” ------------- Links: Learn more about Tim Silverline on LinkedIn and the Gluware website. 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Abortion laws are impacting Tribal Nations. Oklahomans are voting today. A new program helps Oklahoma ranch land. You can find the KOSU Daily wherever you get your podcasts, you can also subscribe, rate us and leave a comment. You can keep up to date on all the latest news throughout the day at KOSU.org and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at KOSU Radio. This is The KOSU Daily, Oklahoma news, every weekday.
Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, June 28, with KC Sheperd In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd talks about the price of your 4th of July cookout and reminds all to get out and vote today! ...
Bryno, Mook Slam and DubDub arrive in Bandon Dunes and have a great night at the Punchbowll followed by a fantastic day 1 at Sheep Ranch. There were some great shots and some well…….we had a blast. B3 episodes are written and produced by Todd Lancaster, Mike DeCoursey & Brian Emmons and is an Empulse Radio Production. Brought to you by Travis Brett and Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance along with Sensible Waste Consulting, The Frock Bridal House and the Thursday show is recorded at Red Bones Bar and Grill where you can get great food and cold drinks. If you spend $2000 or more monthly on your waste expenses you can't afford not to contact Sensible Waste Consultants www.sensiblewaste.com If you have a future bride in the family, look no further than the Frock Bridal House in Bloomington. TheFrockBridal.com For more info on the Washington Community Concert Series go to www.washingtoncommunityconcerts.com See Todd Lancaster and his wise words in the Washington Times Herald Mike Decoursey as he broadcasts all Barr Reeve sports as the Voice of the Vikings Brian Emmons, he just wants you to tell your friends about this podcast.
What does a modern cattle ranch look like — in 2022, amid a decades-long drought? Colorado Sun reporter Jennifer Brown offers a look at a newer model that prioritizes diversifying the ways ranches can make a buck rather than relying solely on the unpredictable commodity price of beef. Brown talks with her colleague Chris Outcalt about her experience visiting a few ranches that are using this new model and what the prospects for this type of setup might be in the future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Today Rachel talks to author Jennie Marts about her new book for Hallmark Publishing entitled Cowboy Ever After. To purchase any of Jennie's books use our affiliate link https://amzn.to/3boZzh8 For more information on Jennie and her books https://jenniemarts.com/ Follow Jennie on twitter https://twitter.com/jenniemarts This week's podcast is sponsored by Baker Book House and Unfailing Love by Janette Oke and Laurel Oke Logan Get 40 percent off and free shipping at bakerbookhouse.com when you purchase UNFAILING LOVE or any of the WHEN HOPE CALLS novels with the promo code WHENHOPECALLS. *** Promo Code: WHENHOPECALLS Link: https://bakerbookhouse.com/products/405408 Discount Code | 40% Off Check out all of our writer interviews https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWxQymWSou0&list=PLXv4sBF3mPUBxJT6OHAOjOM3F8w48hYu5 Send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or the twitter call +1 (801) 855-6407 Check out the merch store and get our #hashtag shirts! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=8581&utm_source=affiliate Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies Follow us on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288?mt=2 https://twitter.com/HallmarkiesPod on twitter @HallmarkiesPodcast on Instagram Check out our website HallmarkiesPodcast.com Follow Rachel's blog at http://rachelsreviews.net Follow Rachel on twitter twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow Rachel's Reviews on youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelsreviews Follow Rachel on facebook www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Farm and Ranch News for Monday, June 27, with KC Sheperd In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears from AFR President, Scott Blubaugh on his recent Trip to Washington DC to meet with Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack and some upcoming opportunities from USDA.
This week we welcome Kathryn Nordberg and Dr. Eric Larsson to the podcast to talk with us about Erik's Ranch and Retreat, a unique living, working, recreational, and voluntourism ranch in Montana and Minnesota. Kathryn is the founder and CEO of Erik's ranch as well as the mother of a young man on the spectrum named Erik who Erik's ranch is named after! We are also joined by Dr. Larsson who is one of the founding board members of Erik's Ranch. On the professional side, he is the Executive Director of Clinical Services at the Lovaas Institute Midwest – where they provide world-renowned early intensive intervention services. Erik's Ranch was recently featured on the Netflix series “The World's Most Exciting Vacation rentals” in an episode titled “Giveback Getaways.” Erik's Ranch and Retreats uniquely combines Voluntourism, where they welcome people from all over the world, with the opportunity for young adults on the spectrum to live, work, socialize and enjoy recreational environments. Download the latest episode to learn more. Learn more about Erik's Ranch: https://eriksranch.org/https://eriksranch.org/ Introduction to Erik's Ranch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=TLGG2EXJOOyt324yNDA2MjAyMg&v=-739jpzAhjo&feature=emb_title Check out the Netflix series "The World's Most Exciting Vacation rentals": https://eriksranch.org/index.php/check-us-out-on-netflix/ ................................................................ Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS Kids and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
We continue our series on sharing the Gospel, this time tackling an audience that can be both the easiest and most difficult to talk to on the subject — children! Children's Ministry Director Tiffany Erickson and Jennifer Russell from early childhood development (otherwise known as The Ranch) walk us through a great tool for this conversation called The Wordless Book.
Farm and Ranch News for Friday June 24, with KC Sheperd In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears from Crop marketing specialist Dr. Kim Anderson on what is going on with the ups and downs of the grain markets.
Farm and Ranch News for Thursday June 23, with KC Sheperd In today's farm and ranch news, KC Sheperd hears an updated Harvest Report from Mike Schulte as hot temps continue throughout the state.
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Tommy & Mike D. discuss the 6 issue Simon & Kirby Harvey Comics series ‘The Kid Cowboys of Boys' Ranch', from 1950! Western action, kid gang excitement, Geronimo! Check it out! If you like the show, share the show! Tag a friend, repost, respeat! For all things Jacked Kirby, including links to listen everywhere and our social media pages, visit; www.flow.page/jackedkirby
We are joined again this week by Karissa and Cody Ragland as they talk to us more about The Royal Family Kids Camps and what a day in the lives of one of the campers and counselors are like. Whispering Ponies Ranch is one of the ministry arms underwritten by SkyWatchTV and each summer ForTheChildren.Org uses the WPR campgrounds to host one of their many camps going on across the nation and around the world! Join us as we find out more about The Royal Family Kids Camps, Whispering Ponies Ranch, and how WPR can host these camps and others at no charge to ForTheChildren.org or TeenReach.org and why we would ever consider doing so! Grab a cup of Simply HIS Tea and join us this week at the Simply HIS Coffee Shop!! CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO HELP US BY SPONSORING A PONY TODAY! https://www.skywatchtvstore.com/collections/sponsor-a-pony Check out the Whispering Ponies Ranch special offer by clicking on the link below!! Thank you for your prayers and support!!
Dan and Tom are back together in the friendzone and we are vibing on some Q-Tip music. We are joined by Caiti from Coven Brewing out of Pittsburgh. We are talking with her about what it's like getting a brewery started, how she got into brewing, we talked some Baltimore business, Caiti tries to convince Tom to try Mango IC Light and we find out what a Cafe Beer is. Support the podcast by donating at Anchor.fm/bestbestfriendspod/support Check out the live stream at Twitch.tv/bestbestfriendspodcast Save $10 on your first box of $25 or more on Tavour with Promo Code BESTBESTFRIENDSPOD The featured beers of the episode: River of Ferns (Saison) by Coven Brewing Any More Obvious (Double IPA) by Coven Brewing Borrowed Nostalgia (Cafe Beer) by Coven Brewing Remember to Subscribe, Rate and Review UNTAPPD - @Bestbestfriendspod INSTAGRAM - @Bestbestfriendspod FACEBOOK - @Bestbestfriendspod TWITTER - @BBFPod EMAIL - BestBestFriendsPod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bestbestfriendspod/support
What a life. What an incredible testimony by this beautiful stunner boss babe Kristin Navarro, who defies the stereotype what ranchers are supposed to wear with her heels, Make Up, sparkly outfits and glam all day. Everyone needs to go to Oak Meadow Ranch and experience the 20 acres of natures beauty with it's zoo, exotic animals, lodging, 5 star Restaurant "The White Horse", a wedding venue, a church and lots of amenities. It is super convenient close to Dallas and Winstar Casino and next to Lake Ray Roberts. The lodging has all different types of glamping and 4 new cabins that are interactive - you can feed the brand new giraffe "Puzzles" directly from your cabin. Puzzles is the newest addition to Oak Meadow Ranch. Puzzles is an older giraffe and there is no better place for him to live out his final years. He is very used to people encounters. Kristin talks about that the exotic community is very small. She doesn't know Joe Exotic personally, because he was already in prison when she started but they do have a peacock from the Joe Exotic Zoo and used to have a donkey that just recently passed away. Oak Meadow Ranch has over 70 animals and 15 different exotic species. Kristin is USDA licensed and the government regulates everything and has to approve all the different animals. Sidney the Kangaroo lived in her house for 3 years and did a lot of community work for children's hospitals, retirement homes etc. She is her little celebrity and travels very well. Kristin got started with a zebra, a camel and a kangaroo. Kristin is very attached to her animals and extremely protective over them. She is an amazing boss babe but gives zero grace to her team if her animals are not taken care of properly. The Oak Meadow ranch and its exceptional team hosts weddings, bachelor, bachelorette parties, kids parties, proposals etc. "The White Horse" 5 Star Restaurant has the exceptional Chef Eduardo who creates a new menu every 2 to 3 weeks completely from scratch. They serve 4 or 5 course dinners and 2 course brunches. The dinners are an experience, withtable side cooking, live music and the best food known to man in an old fashioned traditional setting, where everyone experiences and enjoys their time together and most put their cell phones away. The Dinner shows are extremely VIP. With the arrival of Puzzles the giraffe they have added a Thursday Night outdoors, under the stars African Dinner Experience. Make your reservations now, as they book way in advance. Kristin has big plans for the future and wants to build a resort with a salt water pool and lazy river and to top it all off add swimming with otters. Kristin and her husband Eduardo want to show the world that owning an exotic ranch zoo is not like Tiger King at all, but when done right does so much good. They have to deal with negative comments on the Internet sometimes but they want the animal activists to consider that some of the animals are endangered species and will be extinct in the wild one day. The only way you will ever have these species is by breeding them in captivity. You are literally preserving these species. The animals are Kristin's babies and they love their human interaction and the animals love her like crazy. Every animal has 5 star accommodations. The sloth, Sir Winston loves giving sloth hugs and Kristin hopes that Kristen Bell will come visit the ranch so she can spend time with Sir Winston, since she is so obsessed with sloths as seen on Ellen. Kristin says that it is amazing how many people are obsessed with sloths and that they are actual therapy for some. Please watch the YouTube episode so you can see the adorable 4 weeks old large spotted genets "Ross and Rachel" who joined our podcast towards the end. What a fun interview. We cannot wait to visit the ranch and see all this amazingness in person. Stay tuned to our Instagram and Tik Tok accounts. https://www.instagram.com/oakmeadowranch_texas/https://www.instagram.com/lemurqueen2018/https://www.tiktok.com/@oakmeadowranch_texas?lang=en
What does contemporary kitsch look like? In this episode, Paddy and William use a discussion of the art fairs and New York gallery scene to lead a defining of the term. From its generic definition of objects described to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, to the current nostalgia driving a tasted for recycled art movements, all kitsch lacks in originality. Listen in for the whole conversation. THE INDEPENDENT Kenny Schachter at Allouche Benias Gallery Renate Druks at The Ranch, Olivia Reavey at Helena Anrather 1-54 CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR Sanaa Gateja at 50 Golborne WonderBuhle at BKhz Gallery VOLTA Michael Foley GALLERIES Judith Linhares at PPOW JTT Gallery Anna-Sophie Berger and Sam McKinniss Sky Hopinka at Broadway Gallery Paul Mpagi Sepuya at Bortalami Nora Turato at 52 Walker Gallery ARTICLES The Downward Spiral: 59th Venice Biennial by Dean Kissick
Cody and Erika Archie are first-generation ranchers in Central Texas. Their family raise beef cattle and dorper sheep on Bar 7 Ranch in Gatesville, Texas. They have two children, Kylee (17) and Clancy (13) who are very active in sports, 4-H, and their home church. As an owner/operator of Valet Cleaners and Laundry, they also do a little duplex renting, and dabble in home building beyond their ranch duties. Cody manages all of the above and Erika works as a Public Affairs Specialist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Rural Development. The Archie's are very active in their local church, Hay Valley Baptist Church, where Cody serves as a deacon and Sunday School teacher and Erika as Church Secretary and Children's Director. They love spending time with the next generation of agriculturalists in their community serving as adult leaders, project managers, and club managers through our county 4-H program. And if that wasn't enough of a list, they also serve on the Coryell County Farm Bureau (CCFB) board of directors with Cody serving as the current President of the board. For more information please visit: www.bar7ranch.com LISTEN NOW AT: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-blacksmith-chronicles-podcast/id1485445641 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4OmhF96FBZ7wz6umnfiMnT Destiny Image: https://destinyimagepodcastnetwork.squarespace.com/#/the-blacksmith-chronicles/ Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/84241b46-96c3-4aed-a483-a003fd5ea74c/the-blacksmith-chronicles-podcast Ryan Johnson — www.ryanjohnson.us RJM YouTube Channel — https://bit.ly/34Vxbgl Ryan Johnson Ministries Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/officialryanjohnsonministries The Blacksmith Chronicles Podcast Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/RJMinistries Twitter — https://twitter.com/ryanbjohnson278 Instagram — ryanjohnsonministries EMAIL — email@example.com TikTok — @officialrjm