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In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt
Leaving the Bubble for the Real World (with Patton Oswalt)

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:23


COVID is definitely not over, but life is still going on. As we emerge from our bubbles (with no lack of trepidation), Andy calls up comedian Patton Oswalt to talk about what life is like back on the road, making movies again and talking to people in real life, not on Twitter. Then Patton and Andy riff on what justice really looks like for people like Alex Jones and Josh Hawley. Can we find humor in their demise? Will either of them even have a demise? Patton and Andy debate that and more in this laugh-filled episode. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt.   Follow Patton on Twitter @pattonoswalt   Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium.  Support the show by checking out our sponsors! Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/    Check out these resources from today's episode:    See Patton's new movie I Love My, Dad in theaters now and on demand on August 12th. Watch Patton's hilarious Parks and Recreation scene mentioned in the interview. Find vaccines, masks, testing, treatments, and other resources in your community: https://www.covid.gov/ Order Andy's book, “Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response”: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165    Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Modern Minorities
Lou Diamond Phillips' (in) Easter Sunday

Modern Minorities

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:29


“For the first time I was dealing with being labeled when I never had that label before…whereas my experience and my existence prior to that, I was surrounded by a lot of multiracial kids and families and it wasn't until I got to college, and all of a sudden I was a minority. But my saving grace was the theater department. I was an actor, I was in a place where there was a massive amount of acceptance because we were all sort of fringe people. So it's like all of a sudden, you're not the only outsider here.” The legendary Louis Diamond Phillips is an actor and film director. Known to audiences globally as the breakout star in La Bamba and Young Guns, and his deceptively effortless work in the brilliant Stand and Deliver, Phillips is a face that we all recognize (ironically), moreso for his work playing non-Asian roles…until now. Lou Diamond Phillips appears in a cameo role as himself in the new film EASTER SUNDAY about a man returning home for an Easter celebration with his riotous, bickering, eating, drinking, laughing, loving family in this love letter to his Filipino- American community. Stand-up comedy sensation JO KOY leads an all-star comedic cast: JIMMY O. YANG (Silicon Valley series), TIA CARRERE (True Lies, Wayne's World films), BRANDON WARDELL (Curb Your Enthusiasm series), Tony nominee and Grammy Award winner EVA NOBLEZADA (Broadway's Hadestown), LYDIA GASTON (Broadway's The King and I), ASIF ALI (WandaVision), RODNEY TO (Parks and Recreation series), EUGENE CORDERO (The Good Place), JAY CHANDRASEKHAR (Super Troopers series) and of course Lou himself. Lou chats with us about experiencing racism for the first time as an actor, juxtaposed with the excitement he has now for playing a Filipino on screen for the first time. We were so excited for the opportunity to speak with Lou and we know you're going to love hearing about the moments that brought him to where he is today! LEARN MORE ABOUT: Lou Diamond Philips: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Diamond_Phillips Easter Sunday (Trailer): https://youtu.be/YIixb42aJPg Follow on social: @eastersunday @loudphillips MENTIONS FILM: EASTER SUNDAY https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_Sunday_(film) FILM: LA BAMBA https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093378/ MUSICAL: KING & I https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_King_and_I BOOK: TinderBox goodreads.com/en/book/show/50667723-tinderbox

Advent of Computing
Episode 88 - BEFLIX, Early Digital Animation

Advent of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 74:38


Digital animation has really become an artform in and of itself. In the current epoch these animations play out on fancy bitmapped displays, but it's origins are far more visceral. Or maybe we should say far more hacky. This episode we are diving in to BEFLIX: an early animation toolchain from Bell Labs that produced computer films on physical rolls of film. Selected Sources: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/363958.363993 - Paper on Zajac animation https://jimboulton.medium.com/studies-in-perception-a-restoration-story-241cd8c75ab1 - Recreation of Studies in Perception I https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/1464122.1464130 - BEFLIX Paper https://techchannel.att.com/playvideo/2012/09/10/AT&T-Archives-Computer-Technique-Production-Animated-Movies - BEFLIX animation about BEFLIX  

House of Crouse
Dylan Smith + Jenny Slate

House of Crouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 37:25


On this week's Richard Crouse Show we'll meet Dylan Smith. The son of filmmakers, Smith had an eye on a career in hockey until he was sidelined by an injury and discovered theatre. He is now an accomplished stage and film actor who has performed on Broadway, appeared in films like in films like “300,” “Total Recall,” “Murder on the Orient Express” and many others. He will next be seen in Prime Video's largest title to date, “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” The series serves as a prequel to the events we all know from J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogy and focuses on the forging of the Rings of Power and the One Ring in the Second Age. It begins it Prime Video run on September 2. Then, you know jenny Slate as the voice of Tammy Larsen on the critically acclaimed animated sitcom “Bob's Burgers,” as Mona-Lisa on the series “Parks and Recreation,” as well as films like “Obvious Child” which won her the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy, “The Secret Life of Pets” film franchise, “The Lego Batman Movie,” and “Despicable Me 3” and recently in the critically acclaimed “Everything Everywhere All At Once.” Her latest film “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On,” expands on her popular YouTube videos that feature a talking seashell outfitted with a single googly eye and a pair of miniature shoes. It is one of my favorite movies of the year.

Southern California Real Estate Report
Recreation in Real Estate

Southern California Real Estate Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 11:59


Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about two recreation style project happening in North County San Diego.One is a surf lagoon and resort the other is a mountain biking parking that is part of Veterans Memorial Park.The two projects offer more attractions to San Diego and more outdoor fun.Articles referenced are the following:Oceanside approves artificial surf lagoon resort for old drive-in theater property - The San Diego Union-Tribune (sandiegouniontribune.com)https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/north-county/carlsbad/story/2021-02-28/bike-track-approved-with-veterans-memorial-park-plan

Fanservice
Fanservice: aflevering 34: Richelle Edens over … SCHRIJVEN

Fanservice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 54:47


In deze tweede Fanservice-aflevering over schrijven is Richelle Edens te gast. Net als Robin Rozendal (de gast in de vorige schrijf-aflevering) is ook Richelle schrijver én YouTuber. Ze schrijft en vertelt haar eigen verhalen op haar kanaal Verhalen in de Vensterbank. We hebben het onder andere over het ontstaan van haar YouTube-serie. Voor haar verhalen haalt ze inspiratie uit soms de kleinste alledaagse gebeurtenissen of gesprekken. Hoe werkt dat? En welke rol speelt haar autisme daarbij? Daarnaast moeten we het ook nog even hebben over de romans waar ze aan bezig is. Verder gaan we nader in op de auteurs die haar inspireren. Dit zijn niet alleen schrijvers als Harry Mulisch en Charles Dickens; tijdens de aflevering ontdekte ik namelijk dat we een gezamenlijke liefde hebben voor het tv-schrijfwerk van Michael Schur (The Office US, Parks and Recreation, The Good Place, Brooklyn 99) en Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty). Wat spreekt haar zo aan in hun schrijfwerk? En op welke manier komt die invloed terug in haar eigen verhalen?

Global PhysEd Voxcast
Social Media and Education with Guy Danhoff

Global PhysEd Voxcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 59:33


Guy Danhoff has been teaching at Missouri Baptist University (MBU) in St. Louis, Missouri, since 2008. He currently serves as coordinator of the graduate fitness management program within the health and sport sciences division. His doctoral research capstone project is titled “Social Media Marketing Strategies to Increase Revenue in the Health and Fitness Industry.” Since February 2018 Danhoff has served on the board of directors for the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MOAHPERD), overseeing the direction of the organization's digital marketing and communications. Follow Guy on Twitter: @GuyDanhoff Checkout Guy's podcast: ZAG Talk Podcast Help support the Global PhysEd podcast: www.patreon.com/GlobalPhysEd

Kelly and Company
Full Episode - 1375

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 103:35


Margrett Weldon brings us the latest Lifestyle Headlines. A parent has created a smart webcam that detects when his baby is hungry. John Biehler tells us more. B.C. Blind Sports and Recreation has exciting active events happening this summer. Sylvi Fekete shares details. Ryan Hooey highlights a CBC book list feature that's making waves in the audiobook world.

Kelly and Company
Blind tennis demo in Coquitlam

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 12:20


B.C. Blind Sports and Recreation has exciting active events happening this summer. Sylvi Fekete shares details.

Podcasts by Larry Lannan
Mayor Fadness & Jake Reardon McSoley

Podcasts by Larry Lannan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:27


Mayor Scott Fadness recently added a new member of his senior staff - Jake Reardon McSoley, former executive Director for the Fishers YMCA. Jake is now the Recreation & Wellness Director for the City of Fishers. They talked about a variety of subjects in this podcast.

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field
Jeff Rose: Outward Bound - Losing A Co-instructor, Losing a Student and Getting Lost

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 83:28


Jeff Rose has worked as an outdoor educator for over two decades, including 19 seasons with Outward Bound. Besides Outward Bound, Jeff has worked for numerous colleges and universities, including the University of Utah, Davidson College, San Diego State University, UC San Diego, and Indiana University. He also worked for Adventures Cross Country and various summer camps. As an instructor, Jeff taught climbing, glacier mountaineering, backpacking, sea kayaking, and a few rafting and canyoneering courses. Most of his field time has been in Washington's North Cascades and Puget Sound, as well as Alaska's Chugach Mountains, Prince William Sound, and Kenai Fjords. Jeff also goes by Dr. Jeff Rose and is currently a faculty member in the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism at the University of Utah, where he teaches courses in Outdoor Recreation Studies, with an emphasis on social and environmental justice. His research uses qualitative and spatial methods to examine systemic inequities expressed through class, race, political economy, and relationships to nature.

Missouri River Basin Water Management
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call - 8/4/2022

Missouri River Basin Water Management

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


This extended water management call includes an update on the Missouri River mainstem reservoir system operations as well as from the Omaha District Drought coordinator. While the Missouri River basin has seen improved runoff for two consecutive months, it is not enough to overcome the long-term drought persisting in much of the basin. July runoff in the Missouri River basin above Sioux City, Iowa was 3.2 million acre-feet, which is 98% of average and 0.7 MAF more than was forecast last month. This has led to an annual runoff forecast of 20.6 MAF, which is 80% of average and 0.6 MAF higher than last month's forecast.

The Mike Abadir Show
MLB Juan Soto Impact plus NFL Training Camp Talk!

The Mike Abadir Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 56:28


In this week's episode, Mike will be joined once again by show contributor Jamil PopDibiase Brown as they discuss: • MLB Trade Deadline Aftermath • The Juan Soto Impact • NFL Training Camps • DeShaun Watson Situation & the Cleveland Browns To Call the Show: 1-866-472-5787 Tweet Us: @mikeabadir @PopDibiase

Acadiana's Morning News
Thursday, Aug 4: Lafayette Live

Acadiana's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 148:44


CAO Cydra Wingerter pinch hits for Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory and brings a special guest - 2-time Olympic medalist Hollis Conway, who is Director of Parks, Arts, Recreation, & Culture. They speak about the local initiatives that Conway is overseeing to improve our parks, as well as partnerships with professional sports franchises to provide great opportunities for our local youth.

Behind the Setlist
Josh Groban

Behind the Setlist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 44:53


Josh Groban should have his own podcast. What a story teller! The incredible singer was kind enough to join Billboard's Behind the Setlist podcast from Northern California during his U.S. tour that concluded at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on August 2. Josh talked about his affinity for British pop and rock music, his friendship with composer Stephen Sondheim and songs from his set lists that borrow heavily from his 2020 album Harmony (such as Frank Sinatra's "The World We Knew (Over and Over)," Robbie William's "Angels," Sting's "Shape of My Heart" and Charles Aznavour's "She"). Josh is a multi-platinum recording artist with nine studio albums dating back to his 2001 self-titled debut. He has also released five live albums, including 2004's Live at the Greek, which is certified gold in the U.S., and 2019's Bridges Live: Madison Square Garden. People also know Josh from his televised concerts, such as "Josh Groban in Concert," which aired on PBS in 2002, and his appearances on the television comedies. He sang a duet of Rod Stewart's "Forever Young" in The Office's 2011 episode "Garden Party" (but has not played the song at his concerts, he says). Among his other acting credits, Josh played himself in the shows It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (in 2013), American Dad! (in 2014), Parks and Recreation (in 2015) and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (in 2020). Thanks for joining us, Josh, and thank you for listening to Behind the Setlist. Links: Billboard's podcast page Glenn Peoples @theglennpeoples Jay Gilbert (Label Logic) Josh Groban at Setlist.fm Josh Groban's web page Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jump Street Podcast
Ep. 131 with JP Primiano AKA Butter TV

Jump Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 111:33


JP is the man behind Butter TV. We talk bout the value of documentary style videos, the struggle of portraying contest vibes in an edit, what projects he's focusing on for the future, and more.

Before the Lights
Darcy Donavan: Actress/Author/Platinum Selling Recording Artist/#CryptoQueen

Before the Lights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 58:23


Executive producer, former Ms. Nashville, TN, actress who has appeared in Anchorman, Bones, Parks & Recreation, All My Children, Nip Tuck, and many others. She is an author, platinum selling recording artist with a German, Italian, & Brazilian ancestry. Started as a child actor in National TV Commercials and has been named World Peace Ambassador &  #CryptoQueen.This fun show includes:Darcy's childhood dreams for a career, her high school years, and starting her own band around age of 13.When she started modeling and what she received for being Ms. Nashville, TN.The role when she knew the entertainment bug had bit her, what role did she have the most fun filming, and why she decided to start producing which leads into “Secret Agent Dingledorf and his Trusty Dog Splat”We speak about her single-“It's My Life” along with a answer that using the analogy of twins to a questions she receives all the time. Darcy speaks about her 2016 near death experience, her Inspirational Book- “Darcy's daily Dose of Inspiration” and feelings on being a World Peace Ambassador. Tommy offers Darcy an idea for a book that she has been thinking of doing. Get the insight into how she got involved in Crytpo in which she offers you advice. Links:Official Website: https://www.darcydonavan.com/Buy Darcy's Daily Dose of Inspiration: https://www.amazon.com/Darcys-Daily-Dose-Inspiration-Better-ebook/dp/B07JM1WMVRWatch Secret Agent Dingledorf and his Trusty Dog Splat:                             https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Agent-Dingledorf-Trusty-Splat/dp/B09HGL3YFM/ref=sr_1_1?crid=24L5POR4P66T3&keywords=secret+agent+dingledorf+and+his+trusty+dog+splat&qid=1657049640&s=instant-video&sprefix=secret+agent+dingledorf+and+his+trusty+dog+splat%2Cinstant-video%2C116&sr=1-1Follow Darcy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/darcydonavan Before the Lights Links:Buy Tommy a glass of vino: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=94FXFEN6E2MB2Become a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBefore the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Hire Tommy to Speak: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingSupport the show

The Wait For It Podcast
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous - Season 5 (Spoiler Review)

The Wait For It Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:11


@PhilTheFilipino & @MrEricAlmighty made sure to binge-watch the 5th season of Camp Cretaceous so we could bring you a full spoiler discussion of our thoughts on what we liked (and what we didn't) about these final episodes on Netflix!Haven't seen Camp Cretaceous yet? Go check out the episodes where we discuss whether you should Stream It or Skip It, as well as our  Season 2, Season 3, and Season 4 Review, then come back to finish this episode!Want even MORE Jurassic content? You may have missed our recent episode of Up High Down Low , when we had A Jurassic Discussion with Clever Fangirl! -OR- when we talked Jurassic Parks & Recreation with Kelly Washington!Looking for more content to binge? Make sure to check out The Wait For It Podcast YouTube Page!

Bourbon Lens
Off Hours with Bourbon Lens Episode 8: Marcus Niemann

Bourbon Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 26:20


We're back for Episode 8 of “Off Hours with Bourbon Lens” featuring Marcus Niemann, the future Director of Quality and R&D at Michter's Distillery and former guest of our Behind the Scenes at Four Roses Episode way back on Episode 39.  Marcus is a long-time friend of Jake's who is passionate about philanthropy, bike riding, fatherhood, and fermentation. 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

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 603: How Indie Film Super Troopers Made Millions with Jay Chandrasekhar

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 66:14 Very Popular


Today on the show we have director, writer, comedian, and actor Jay Chandrasekhar has contributed to and appeared in a wide variety of critically acclaimed television programs and films throughout his career.Chandrasekhar assembled the sketch comedy troupe Broken Lizard, which includes Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, and Erik Stolhanske. Together they performed comedy across the nation until they set their sights on producing television and feature films.Under his Broken Lizard banner, Jay directed and co-wrote Fox Searchlight Picture's comedy cult classics Super Troopers, Super Troopers 2, Club Dread, and Warner Bros' Beerfest. He also directed the Broken Lizard comedy special, Broken Lizard Stands Up.Super Troopers hit theaters in February 2002 and went on to gross $23 million with glowing audience reviews (and $80 million on home video.)Jay continued on to direct The Dukes of Hazard, direct and star in Millennium Entertainment's The Babymakers, and appear in DreamWorks' comedy hit, I Love You, Man. Recently, Chandrasekhar published his book, Mustache Shenanigans: Making Super Troopers and Other Adventures in Comedy that gives a behind the scenes look at the making of Super Troopers.In addition to his feature film work, Chandrasekhar has directed various TV shows, including several episodes of the Emmy Award winning series Arrested Development, Community, Chuck, The Grinder, Up All Night, Happy Endings, New Girl, and Psych. More recently, Jay has also directed episodes of Fresh Off the Boat, The Goldbergs, Speechless, and Schooled.His new film is Easter Sunday.Stand-up comedy sensation Jo Koy (Jo Koy: In His Elements, Jo Koy: Comin' in Hot) stars as a man returning home for an Easter celebration with his riotous, bickering, eating, drinking, laughing, loving family, in this love letter to his Filipino-American community. Easter Sunday features an all-star comedic cast that includes Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley series), Tia Carrere (True Lies, Wayne's World films), Brandon Wardell (Curb Your Enthusiasm series), Tony nominee Eva Noblezada (Broadway's Hadestown), Lydia Gaston (Broadway's The King and I), Asif Ali (WandaVision), Rodney To (Parks and Recreation series), Eugene Cordero (The Good Place series), Jay Chandrasekhar (I Love You, Man), Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip) and Lou Diamond Phillips (Courage Under Fire).  Easter Sunday, from DreamWorks Pictures, is directed by Jay Chandrasekhar (Super Troopers, The Dukes of Hazzard), from a script by Ken Cheng (series Wilfred, Betas). The film is produced by Rideback's Dan Lin (The Lego Movie franchise, It franchise) and Jonathan Eirich (Aladdin, The Two Popes), and is executive produced by Jo Koy, Jessica Gao, Jimmy O. Yang, Ken Cheng, Joe Meloche, Nick Reynolds and Seth William Meier. The film will be distributed by Universal Pictures domestically. Amblin Partners and Universal will share international distribution rights.Jay also just launched a new app designed to give the power of reviews back to the people. It's call Vouch Vault."When my film, Super Troopers, showed at Sundance, it played to big laughing crowds. But when it was released to the public, the reviews were only so-so. On Rotten Tomatoes, Super Troopers, got a 38%-fresh aggregate score from less than a hundred reviewers. With the public, though, the film garnered a 90% fresh rating from more than 250,000 non-reviewers. This 38% reviewer-number stuck in my craw. I remember thinking, “Who are these reviewers, these strangers with outsized power, and why are we listening to them? Seriously. When's the last time you walked up to a stranger and said, “Hey, what movie should I see?”Our goal with Vouch Vault is to take recommendation power from anonymous strangers and give it to the people whose tastes you know and trust."

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 203: All of the Above Hip Hop Academy Host Hip Hop Week in August

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:06


In August 2021, Hip Hop Appreciation month became a state holiday. One year after this important milestone, All of the Above Hip Hop Academy (AOTA) will be hosting its first annual AOTA Hip Hop week. To kick off the celebration, AOTA partnered with Lansing Parks and Recreation to offer a 5-day camp concluding with a breaking competition called the "Cap City Jam." Joining Chris to share and discuss the rundown of events is the Executive Director of All of the Above Hip Hop Academy, Ozay Moore!

WTF Just Happened Today
Day 560: "Morale, welfare, and recreation."

WTF Just Happened Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:12


Tuesday, August 2, 2022 Subscribe: Get the Daily Update in your inbox for free 1/ The U.S. killed al Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahri in a drone strike. Zawahiri oversaw the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, alongside the group's founder, Osama bin Laden. The attack against Zawahiri is the first known counterterrorism strike there sin... Visit WTF Just Happened Today? for more news and headlines, brought to you by Matt Kiser. The WTFJHT Podcast is narrated and produced by Joe Amditis.

Furthering Fathering Radio
S.M.A.R.T. Dads - Connecting Via Sports, Music, Art, Recreation and Technology 3

Furthering Fathering Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 60:00


It's Summer, Summer, Summer time! Let's talk be S.M.A.R.T. and enjoy ourselves... Join us at 6:30 PM EST as we discuss fatherhood, sport, music, art, recreation and technology...just straight discussion and a good time with nuggets of wisdom sprinkled in  Call into the show at (516) 453-9364 Listen back later at: iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-furthering-fatherin-29246509/Our Website: http://www.furtheringfathering.org/radio-show/BlogTalkRadio: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/furtheringfatheringiTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/furthering-fathering-radio/id961511610Spreaker https://www.spreaker.com/show/furthering-fathering-radioAnd Google Play, Spotify, and anywhere you listen to podcasts Contact us at info@furtheringfathering.org and (888) 380-3370

Born of Wonder
S4:7 EP49: How Agatha Christie Saved the Latin Mass

Born of Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 31:01


Back in 1971 Agatha Christie, along with many other writers, artists, and intellectuals (some Catholic, many not), signed a letter defending the traditional Tridentine Mass ('the Latin Mass') on the basis of its cultural contribution to Art and the Dignity of the Human Spirit. What can this letter and the surrounding conversations teach us today, as we yet again find ourselves in a state of liturgical confusion? We're staying out of the politics and the drama and exploring the BEAUTY of the Mass. We'll learn about the famous 'Agatha Christie indult' and Katie shares the incredible impact the traditional Mass has had on her personally. Lots of incredible music from a recreation of a High Latin Mass in Paris throughout.    ---- www.bornofwonder.com  Leave a review for the podcast on iTunes and leave a star rating on Spotify!    Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bornofwonder?fan_landing=true   -----   "How Agatha Christie Saved the Latin Mass" https://www.bornofwonder.com/home/how-agatha-christie-saved-the-latin-mass   'The Agatha Christie Indult' https://web.archive.org/web/20161020002716/http://www.institute-christ-king.org/uploads/main/pdf/england-statement.pdf    Louis Vierne: Messe Solennelle, Opus 16 - A Recreation of a Traditional Latin Mass at Saint-Sulpice Sunday of the Resurrection https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_mQOCh-WS2CV8_yLUTeLweXL5BPnRloGME    "A Light that Shines in the Darkness" https://www.bornofwonder.com/home/a-light-that-shines-in-the-darkness    "Entering Stillness: Rediscovering the Liturgy this Advent" https://www.bornofwonder.com/home/entering-stillness-rediscovering-the-liturgy-this-advent    "Christianity gets Weird"  New York Times  https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2020/05/08/opinion/sunday/weird-christians.amp.html      

Henrico News Minute
Henrico News Minute – Aug. 2, 2022

Henrico News Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:40


Henrico Police arrest a man following a shooting at an apartment complex; Henrico cosmetologists and stylists react to a change in state regulatory requirements; a water main break disrupts water service in the Lakeside and Glen Allen areas; a Jewish school in Richmond plans a move to Henrico; Henrico's Recreation and Parks department plans a new history series; the price of gas is as low as it's been in three months.Support the show

Cosmic Bos Improv-revisation
Money Pwease - Cosmic Bos (Official Music Video)

Cosmic Bos Improv-revisation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:30


Money Pwease - Cosmic Bos from the upcoming album 2 A.M, it's Mission Time Coming 19th August 2022 Andy and Nick ponder the big question on everyones mind, how do we get money? As musicians, it's a tough one indeed, no one wants to part their hard earned money for music anymore, it truly isn't like the good old days when people actually spent money on music. But it isn't only music that has suffered, all the art forms have really, and the door has been opened up for the demons to come and sell us on a great many dreams, salvation and freedom are just round this corner right here, but you can't go just yet, you have to give us the money pwease. The song title is the catchphrase of Mona-lisa from Parks and Recreation, one of the greatest shows ever made.  You can give us money over on bandcamp https://cosmicbos.bandcamp.com/track/money-pwease Please like, share and subscribe, Leave a comment, tell us how much money you want (we will not give you the money, but we will put in a good word with the cosmic overlords) YouTube Channel Link #newmusic #musicpodcast #cosmicbos #money

Michigan Reimagined
Ep. 203: All of the Above Hip Hop Academy Host Hip Hop Week in August

Michigan Reimagined

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:06


In August 2021, Hip Hop Appreciation month became a state holiday. One year after this important milestone, All of the Above Hip Hop Academy (AOTA) will be hosting its first annual AOTA Hip Hop week. To kick off the celebration, AOTA partnered with Lansing Parks and Recreation to offer a 5-day camp concluding with a breaking competition called the "Cap City Jam." Joining Chris to share and discuss the rundown of events is the Executive Director of All of the Above Hip Hop Academy, Ozay Moore!

Untold Physio Stories
Someone Loves Their Recreation

Untold Physio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:50


Can you have too much recreation and not enough work? Can you be too compliant? Some very diligent people really take the home exercise program to the next level! Erson discusses a case where stress relief added up to some lumbar stress. Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by Helix Pain Creams - I use Helix Creams in my practice and patients love them! Perfect in combination with joint mobs, IASTM and soft tissue work. Use code MMT2 to get your sample and get an additional revenue stream for your practice. Click here to get started. Check out EDGE Mobility System's Best Sellers - Something for every PT, OT, DC, MT, ATC or Fitness Minded Individual - https://edgemobsys.com/bestsellers My PT Insurance - Insurance just got easier. check out the self employed and employed plans. Easy sign up and coverage that follows you wherever you practice in the United States. Save $20 if you sign up using our link. https://myptinsurance.com/edge

After The Glory
Russell Stong

After The Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


Season 05 Episode 08 29:06 Russell Stong is our first After the Glory guest who is a current athlete, wrapping up his four years at UCLA as a true student-athlete on the Bruins basketball team. Russell is a walk-on guard who gained fame in 2022 as the player the fans most wanted to see come into the game. His dream of coming in and setting the crowd ablaze came true in 2022. After the Glory? The sky’s the limit for this true academic achiever!

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 130 - Risk vs Reward

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 94:22


Hey Gang and Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast Episode 130'Risk vs Reward'On today's episode join us for a recap of some of our recent adventures, some hiker news, then a deep dive discussion into Risk vs Reward in the outdoors. Thanks for listening, Keep it Wild!

Rutherford Issues Podcast
Murfreesboro Parks & Rec: Fall Leagues, Disc Golf, Advantage Sports & More

Rutherford Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 17:27


Bryan Barrett talks with Thomas Laird and Brittany Garrett with Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation about Fall Leagues, Disc Golf, Advantage Sports & more.

Sparks and Recreation
Nudeltactics

Sparks and Recreation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 112:30


In the eleventh episode of Sparks and Recreation, Tim & Matt are joined by Nudeltulpe, resident Hero Realms assassin and Brawlmaster of the Tavern Brawls. The trio take time to discuss a WWYD scenario,learn more about Nudeltulpe, his gaming background, and history with Hero Realms before delving into a primer of all of the current community events and tournaments available for the digital game. To round off the episode, our special guest gives his take on the Cleric Mirror Matchup, before the crew give the latest info in the Community Roundup.Episode Content:Intro – 0:34WWYD – 05:25Intervulpe with Nudeltulpe – 17:46Main Focus: Community Tournament/Event Primer – 55:24The War Room: Cleric Mirror Matchups – 84:49Community Roundup – 96:10Closing – 107:57 Hero Realms is a fantasy-themed expandable deckbuilding game from Wise Wizard Games.Community Tournaments & Events Primer (+ signup links): https://www.realmsrising.com/community-events/WWYD Screenshots: https://www.realmsrising.com/sparks-recreation/sparks-recreation-episode-11-nudeltacticsHero Helper: https://hero-helper.comContact S&R: contact@sparks-and-recreation.comSupport Sparks & Rec: https://hero-helper.com/support-usRealms Rising: https://www.realmsrising.comSparks & Recreation Website: https://www.realmsrising.com/sparks-and-recreation/Realms Rising Discord: https://discord.gg/MUnX75TEDAKing of the Castle: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_CZwl_mxpq_E_iaBiWVJQQK_yQ_qsCw6x_1e3c4F-hM/edit?usp=sharingThunder Combat League: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vT4BUAWjk1uCZpSkW2vxMYT_wHR6xcTqLR8JzII0r51OhvHb6we91yA2KuoYlUBI9iNCSRTdIxiOGW5/pubThank you so much to Level 7 Hero Patron Nudeltulpe!Specific songs used in this episode were:Intro/Outro Music: "Uplifting Orchestra Pack" by GoodBunny. (Under the Music Standard License)Other Music: "Mountain Walk" by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com)Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 LicenseFor more discussion, analysis, and news, subscribe to Sparks & Recreation on your preferred podcast listening app. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chiflados por el cine
Todo a la vez en todas partes, Dc Supermascotas, RRR, Parks and Recreation y mucho más

Chiflados por el cine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 94:01


Podcast de la pasada emisión del 31/07/2022. Volvemos con nuestro programa junto a Agustín Lara, Espartanos del cine, David Larrad de Cinemascomics, y Sergio Reina. Hoy toca hablar de Dc Supermascotas, RRR, Todo a la vez en todas partes, Westworld, Solar Opposites, Parks and Recreation, Ozark, Desde Rusia con Amor, Star Trek Picard, Los albondigas en remojo y mucho más... Y además un buen puñado de noticias.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
July 29, 2022: Albemarle denies request to import dirt to farm near Chris Greene Lake; Supervisors award $3.3M to two Southwood projects

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 21:43


Going up? Going down? Or, staying in the same place? Those are the only options to ponder now that it is National Talk In An Elevator Day. The idea is to spark up a quick conversation with a stranger while you level up - or down. So, polish up your pitch and perhaps you will find your way somewhere new? That’s one thought to have on July 29, 2022 and this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement hopes to get to the bottom of a few things. I’m your host, Sean Tubbs. Sign up for free to be informed about a great deal of things! Pay for a subscription and you’ll help the information keep flowing!On today’s show:The deadline will soon close to tell the University of Virginia that your company wants to build affordable units as part of a housing initiativeAlbemarle Supervisors approve funding to further advance affordable housing projects at SouthwoodThere’s another algae bloom at Chris Greene Lake And Albemarle Supervisors deny a request from a landowner next to the lake to import clean fill to help restore the land to raise livestock First shout-out: Piedmont Master Gardeners want to help you rethink your lawnIn today’s first subscriber supported public service announcement: Want to change up your lawn to something more sustainable for pollinators and other creatures? The Piedmont Master Gardeners wants you to know about a program called Healthy Virginia Lawns which can assist you in your transition. The program is a joint venture of Virginia Cooperative Extension and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation. If interested, the first step will be for a Piedmont Master Gardener to come for a visit for an assessment and soil tests. Healthy Virginia Lawns will give you a customized, science-based roadmap to a greener landscape that protects water quality, wildlife and other resources along the way. Visit piedmontmastergardeners.org to learn more!And if you want to learn more about how to use water more efficiently while gardening, Piedmont Master Gardeners are hosting a program at the Center at Belvedere this Tuesday, August 2, at 6:30 p.m. Learn more at thecentercville.org.Deadline looming for responses to UVA housing initiativeFirms and entities that seek to be part of the University of Virginia’s initiative to build up to 1,500 subsidized housing units have until Tuesday to answer a request for qualifications (RFQ). The University of Virginia Foundation has announced three sites on which mixed-use developments will be built, and the RFQ is for a 24 acre site on Fontaine Avenue known as Piedmont as well as a two acre site on Wertland Street near the intersection with 10th Street NW. Two weeks ago, the Foundation put out a list of answers to questions raised at a June 10 pre-proposal conference. (view the answers)“We expect submissions to provide clear examples of the approach to planning and development on other similar projects managed by the respondent,” reads the response to the first question. The document states that there have been no discussions with either Albemarle or Charlottesville about potential rezonings that might be necessary for the projects. The Piedmont site is located within Albemarle county and offers about 12 developable acres. The 10th and Wertland site is within Charlottesville close to three apartment buildings that have been constructed in the last ten years on West Main Street. There will be no homeownership options at either site and the Foundation’s involvement will be limited to leasing the ground to the development team. Existing tenants at the two locations are on year-to-year leases and have been informed of the potential redevelopment. Some but not all of the new tenants in the new buildings will be required to have specific low incomes. “Our team’s analysis demonstrates a need for units at [30 percent to 60 percent of area median income], but it will be up to the development team to determine the best approach to maximize affordability while producing a financially feasible project,” reads the response to question 10. The Foundation is also not stating a unit count at either location.“The count should be identified by the selected development team’s development program and financial plan,” reads the response to question 14. “It is assumed that teams will seek to maximize the number of affordable units while working to offer a variety of affordability levels across the development.”The response also clarifies that the units are not being targeted for UVA employees but for community members at the 30 percent to 60 percent level. The UVA Foundation has previously offered land at the North Fork Discovery Park, but an RFQ for that project will not be issued until after a rezoning is completed. See also:UVA announces three sites for affordable housing projects, December 14, 2021Places29-North committee gets first look at North Fork rezoning to add residential, March 3, 2022University of Virginia issues first request for qualifications for affordable housing developers, June 10, 2022Regional housing partnership endorses Piedmont Housing Alliance’s application to build affordable housing at two sites, July 7, 2022Albemarle Supervisors approve nearly $3.3 million in additional funding for projects at Southwood There’s a lot of demand for funding for housing projects across the community, and Albemarle County set aside some of its share of the American Rescue Plan Act to provide support to nonprofit agencies. The county asked those entities to apply for funding for affordable housing projects last gal “During the [Agency Budget Review Team] and [American Rescue Plan Act] processes we received requests for more than $20 million in funding support,” said Stacy Pethia, Albemarle’s Housing Policy Manager.On April 20, the Albemarle Board of Supervisors approved $1.29 million from the FY22 budget for three projects. “That money went to the Albemarle Housing Improvement Program to preserve 41 affordable units,” Pethia said. “$625,000 went to the Piedmont Community Land Trust to create 12 permanently affordable new housing units. And $250,000 was awarded to expand the county’s current energy improvement program and that would extend that program for an additional 25 existing units.” Another $2.7 million from Albemarle’s share of ARPA was set aside for housing, and Pethia said much of that went to the Premier Circle project being developed by Piedmont Housing Alliance, Virginia Supportive Housing, and the Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless. On July 20, Supervisors were asked to approve funding for two additional projects. “The staff is requesting the Board approve $3.3 million in funding [and] $3 million of that will be given to Piedmont Housing Alliance to support their Southwood Housing project and $306,000 will go to Habitat for Humanity to provide temporary rental assistance for 40 Southwood families that need to be relocated during the redevelopment process,” Pethia said. That relocation will take place for two years as the second phase of Habitat’s Southwood redevelopment gets underway. The total project cost is $2 million, making the county’s cost about 15 percent of that total. Pethia said the relocation will be in a building being constructed as part of phase one. Pethia said Piedmont Housing Alliance’s Southwood Apartments will have 121 units in the first phase of the Southwood redevelopment. “Those units will serve households with incomes between 30 percent and 60 percent of the area  median income,” Pethia said. “The total project cost is $24.9 million.”Pethia said Albemarle’s total contribution for that project will end up around 12 percent of the total cost, or about $25,000 per unit. The main bulk of the funding comes from the sale of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits but other sources include the National Housing Trust Fund and the Virginia Housing Trust Fund. Albemarle’s Office of Housing will also dedicate eight vouchers to the project. “That equals approximately $500,” Pethia said. “That will provide rental assistance to dedicated units for 15 years.”Supervisor Ann Mallek asked what would happen after that 15 years. Pethia responded they would have to remain affordable for 30 years because that is the requirement under the Low Income Housing Tax Credits mechanism. Supervisor Ned Gallaway said Supervisors have to have a discussion about the future of the county’s affordable housing trust.“We’re on the 20th day of the Fiscal Year and our affordable housing fund, which we’ve taken probably four years to get up to $5 million is now down to under $500,000 again,” Gallaway said. “That’s not bad because we’re using it but there’s still so much out there that we need to do.” Gallaway said the county needs to do more than rely on surpluses and one-time money. Second shout-out: Join me for a Cvillepedia training session - Brand styleIn today’s house-fueled public service announcement, the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society wants you to know about an upcoming exhibit at the Center at Belvedere featuring portraits of several historical figures active in the Charlottesville area in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Frances Brand was a folk artist who painted nearly 150 portraits of what she considered “firsts” including first Black Charlottesville Mayor Charles Barbour and Nancy O’Brien, the first woman to be Charlottesville Mayor. Brand’s work will be on display from July 5 to August 31 in the first public exhibit since 2004. And, if you’d like to help conduct community research into who some of the portraits are, cvillepedia is looking for volunteers! I will be leading a Cvillepedia 101 training session at the Center August 1 at 2 p.m. Sign up at the Center’s website.Another algae bloom at Chris Greene LakeAlbemarle County has closed the beach to people and animals at Chris Greene Lake due to another harmful algae bloom. “People and dogs are prohibited from swimming in the lake until further notice,” reads a press release that went out on Wednesday. “Hiking trails and the dog park remain open, and boating is still permitted.:This is the second such event in less than a year. Another harmful algae bloom shut down the water last October and Chris Greene Lake was reopened after tests showed reduced levels of the bacteria that cause the blooms to occur. Another bloom in June 2018 prompted the county to hire the firm SOLitude Lake Management to conduct a study of the lake’s chemistry to understand the source. Their work found that organic material has accumulated at the bottom of the lake since it was created in the 1970’s. Lower oxygen in warmer months releases phosphorus into the lake upon which the algae feeds.“Algae are naturally-occurring microscopic organisms that are found in fresh and salt waters of Virginia and around the world,” reads the Virginia Department of Health’s website on harmful algae blooms. “Most algal blooms are not harmful but some do affect fish and humans, as well as other animals like birds and marine mammals.” Western portions of Lake Anna are also experiencing harmful algae blooms and an advisory was issued on July 15. The next report on that situation is expected on August 10. Albemarle Supervisors deny landowners request to be exempt from new rules on clean fillThe Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has taken action on the first test of an ordinance adopted in the fall of 2020 to regulate the practice of importing dirt from construction sites and other excavations to agriculturally zoned land. “The fill regulations were developed to protect public health, safety, welfare, and those regulations were designed to limit the scale and impact on roads, the adjacent areas, noise, runoff,” said Bart Svoboda, the county’s zoning administrator. The owner of two properties just to the west of Chris Greene Lake wants an exemption from all of those rules because he says they restrict a contract he has with the federal government to further develop forested land that was clear cut in 2009 that he now wants to become suitable for livestock pasture. “I am currently working on a multiyear, federally-funded environmental quality incentive program  to improve the overall agricultural production of a 254 acre farm that has been in my family since the 1730’s,” said Tim Kindrick. The request is the first to come in since Supervisors adopted updated rules for what’s called clean fill on September 16, 2020. The new rules only allow imported fill on two acres per property. About 90 acres of the property were clear cut in 2009 and the stumps were left to decompose in place in order to prevent erosion. To move the land into productive use as pasture, Kindrick entered into a contract with the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Resources Conservation Service. One of the items in the meeting packet is a letter from Kory Kirkland with the NRCS. (read Kindrick’s application)“I have been working with Tim Kindrick on a multiyear project to conserve, improve, and protect the natural resources on his farm. This project promotes improved pasture condition and use, permanent/ perennial vegetation, and some use exclusion on areas that are most vulnerable. Part of the project area includes the area that Mr. Kindrick has proposed to use clean fill dirt as a land treatment to improve existing [conditions] for continued/ improved agricultural use.” Clean fill means solid matter brought from other sites that could include soil and other inert materials that change the topography of the landscape. Kindrick told the Board of Supervisors the project is agricultural in nature and that the new rules should not apply due to the Virginia Right to Farm Act. He said he has been held hostage by the new ordinance. Zoning administrator Bart Svoboda said staff does not see it that way. (county fill-dirt rules)“Under our ordinance, the zoning ordinance, the activity is not agricultural,” Svoboda said. “Fill activity is specifically excluded as an agricultural activity under state code and local code.”Svoboda acknowledged that the Virginia Right to Farm Act does restrict localities from regulating many agricultural uses, but clean fill brought in from external sites is not one of them.  “That activity of bringing fill from offsite is not an agricultural use,” Svoboda said. “It supports agriculture but under those definitions it is not agricultural use.” Svoboda said staff recommended denial in part because there was no plan for how environmental effects would be mitigated under the plan. Supervisor Jim Andrews questioned the request for exemption from all of the rules. “My sense is that this is really an attempt to say that this regulation shouldn’t apply at all and asking us to make that determination which seems highly inappropriate,” Andrews said. “Without conditions I can’t understand what I’m really looking at.” Before we get to the end of the story, we have to go back. Earlier in the meeting, Brian McCay spoke on behalf of the Earlysville Forest Homeowners Association and said Supervisors should not grant the exemption. “Earlysville Forest has a right of way easement with the Kindrick family that was signed when the neighborhood was first developed,” McCay said. The neighborhood dates back to the 1980’s and McCay said the terms give the association an 15-foot easement intended for a driveway that links to Carriage Hill Drive. “However that driveway is now being used as access for the fill dirt operation requiring repeated trips by heavy dump trucks and is not adequate for that purpose,” McCay said. When asked by Supervisor Ned Gallaway to further explain the neighborhood’s opposition, McCay spoke a second time saying he was not opposed to the use of the property. “Our opposition is directly to the use of this access by heavy equipment and we want to stop that basically,” McCay said. Supervisor Donna Price said she toured the property with Kindrick and saw the installation of mechanisms to keep additional organic material from being washed into the watershed of Chris Greene Lake. “I did have a tour of part of the property and I did see where livestock exclusion fencing has been constructed to protect the waterways,” Price said. “My concern here is that our ordinance may have someone created what I’d call the law of unintended consequences by limiting the soil to have to come from the farm itself.” Price said the farm was in existence many years before the homes were built on Carriage Hill Road and that Kindrick had a legal right to use it. “It is a farm,” Price said. ”A farm naturally engages in some sort of industrial use.” Price asked for a legal perspective on whether the county’s ordinance was against state rules.“As Mr. Svoboda said at the beginning, there’s a difference between agricultural use on the one hand and fill use on the other and as Mr. Svoboda also pointed out, there was a recent amendment to state law that specifically amended agricultural activity so as not to include imported fill,” said Deputy County Attorney Andy Herrick. Supervisor Ann Mallek said the county’s new rules on clean fill were the subject of much public discussion over several years.“I cannot support someone saying ‘I don’t want this law to apply to me,’ and I think we have to make a decision based on the information we have now and if there’s a future application that comes in with something different, that would be fair to the neighbors and to the process.” Supervisor Ned Gallaway said he was sympathetic to the landowner, but the county put its ordinance into place for a reason. “I think even then we knew that this would likely frustrate good actors coming forward but the regulations and the ordinance were put in place to stop the bad actors and the activity that we were concerned about,” Gallaway said. There are six ways you can get a waiver but Kindrick wanted a blanket exemption from all of the rules. Gallaway suggested a new application that sought to justify the waiver. Price said she also could not support a blanket exemption. “But I really want county staff to do what I believe county staff does which is help this community member achieve within the law what he wants to do which is to improve the quality of his farm,” Price said. The motion to deny the application for a special exemption was approved unanimously. Housekeeping notes for episode 413:And that’s it for another edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement, and you may have noticed a focus on Albemarle County. I’d been wanting to get some of these items out there and it took a bit. There’s so much going on and I hope to have another edition out Monday at noon. Between now and then, there’s the Week Ahead coming out on Sunday. There will also be another look at what’s happening at government meetings in the Fifth District in the new Government Glance. In a few days, the above stories will be on the Information Charlottesville website. Want to read articles on land use at the University of Virginia? Click here!What about information on local waterways? Click here!How about economic development? Elections in Virginia? The archive grows each week!All of this is supported by readers and listeners under the Town Crier Productions company I formed two years ago and am still learning how to operate. I’m breaking even, but I’d very much like to find a way to grow. There are ways to do that!For one, if you sign up for a paid subscription through Substack, Ting will match your initial payment! And, if you sign up for their services through this link you’ll get a free standard install, your 2nd month free, and a $75 downtown mall gift card! Enter the promo code COMMUNITY for full effect. Music on the podcast version of the show comes from the D.C. sensation Wraki, and you can support their work by paying whatever you want for the album on BandCamp. My sincere hope today, though, is that someone will ponder the concept of elevators. And what would happen if they could predict the future? Ting will match your initial contribution if you sign up for a paid subscription! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Earth Wise
Space Tourism And The Climate | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 2:00


Space tourism is human space travel for recreational purposes.  A few well-known billionaires have taken rocket rides in recent years and at least a dozen companies are at the vanguard of what they are expecting to be a burgeoning industry.  If space tourism truly takes off – pun intended – it could be a serious […]

The Drive with Alan Taylor
If The “Crown” Fits, Wear It! The Global introduction of the 2023 Toyota Crown Hybrid Sedan | #510

The Drive with Alan Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 84:17


Alan welcomes contributor and friend Karl Brauer – Automotive Industry Analyst, Forbes Autos Contributor, North American Car and Truck of the Year juror and board member and Executive Analyst for ISeeCars.com.  The guys discuss a recent study on how many... The post If The “Crown” Fits, Wear It! The Global introduction of the 2023 Toyota Crown Hybrid Sedan | #510 appeared first on THE DRIVE with Alan Taylor.

Mark Fraley Podcast
Interview With TRPA Fellow and Past President Craig Price, Morristown Parks and Recreation

Mark Fraley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 43:42


Our guest today, Craig Price, has been one of the steadfast leaders in the Parks and Recreation movement in Tennessee over the last three decades.   Craig was the founding Director for the Rogersville Tennessee Parks and Recreation Department and then moved to become Director in Morristown following in the footsteps of the legendary Wayne Hansard.  Craig … Continue reading "Interview With TRPA Fellow and Past President Craig Price, Morristown Parks and Recreation" The post Interview With TRPA Fellow and Past President Craig Price, Morristown Parks and Recreation appeared first on Mark Fraley Podcast.

52317
73: In the Absence of Water

52317

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 12:26


Too often one doesn't know the value of something until it's gone. When it's a large body of water undergoing a long, slow disappearing act it's easy to understand how something so devastating might go overlooked. But Jon Kounkel, from Friends of Coralville Lake, says if left untreated one day we will wake up to a marshland where the lake once stood. North Liberty is the headquarters of local media, regional financial and national transportation companies and home to solar energy and tech startups, and entrepreneurs getting their big ideas off the ground. Get to know your new business community.

The Mike Abadir Show
MLB Tradeline Show plus Horse Racing Talk!

The Mike Abadir Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 55:37


In this week's episode, Mike is joined by show contributor Jamil YB Pop Dibiase to talk Horse Racing and MLB Trade Deadline and what we can expect! To Call The Show 1-866-472-5788 Tweet us: @mikeabadir @PopDibiase

WMRA Daily
WMRA Daily 7/28/22

WMRA Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 8:36


Augusta Health releases its latest community needs assessment;The Department of Parks and Recreation closes Chris Greene Lake due to a harmful algae bloom;Virginia's Attorney General joins others in filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture;And the Chincoteague Pony Swim returns for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic

Off Trail
What is the Wonderland Trail?

Off Trail

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 78:38


What is the Wonderland Trail? Today we sit down and chat with Constantine and Magpie about all the wonders of the Wonderland Trail. No irony is needed nor sarcasm sassed when we indeed say it is wonderful. We begin the show by instantly diving into a tangent, but then of course we use the upmost elegance and smooth tones to begin the multi-minute transition away from pure power into permits. We discuss all things Wonderland Permits. The use of Recreation.Gov to book ahead of time, the chance of walk up permits, luck of the draw with certain campsites, a "secret" way to hike without permits (NOTE: it is NOT saying don't use a permit, instead it mentions how to create an intense itinerary to avoid the permitted campsites). We discuss circles and how just because it is a circle does not mean it is easy. As the saying goes, "fool me once shame on you, fool me twice... well you aren't going to fool me again!" We shall not be fooled again, third time is the charm. Circles do not equate to easy. We discuss how to define beauty when literally 80% of the entire hike is gorgeous. We discuss the obstacles of the Wonderland Trail, including the Mowich River, the steep elevation gain and descent daily, snow travel, river crossings, suspension bridges, and most importantly injury prevention. We dive deep into this thought line as Magpie called the hike Day 3, no longer being able to safely continue forward without causing serious injury. When hiking with a romantic partner, friend, hiking buddy, comrade, trail family, whoever you may be hiking with, it is important to have these types of conversation beforehand. The conversations of "What If?" Nothing is more important than the safety of those around you while hiking. It is an immense privilege to be able to share in the happiness, love and togetherness of a trail, and also a responsibility. When hiking with others make a plan, read the situation, and act accordingly. We chat rookie mistakes, disappearing socks, thermal persuasion, finger-hills not being hills, and the constant curse of having piping plover legs. We chat hamburger feet, bridges that are not bridges, marmot smooching, pika picking, and beaver cuddling. We discuss the difference of being in thru-hiking shape and just "regular shape." We chat all things HYOH (do not even like writing out the term much less saying it... but we find ourselves in this tangent and have to unpack our feelings and then quickly tangent away before our emotions overheat). On our ramen rating review scale this hike gets a 4.5 out of 5 ramens. A mix between Roast Chicken and Creamy Chicken. Most importantly we: "Study Xyscience while being Rowdy and talking to Yerbae." Truly a wonderful trail, highly recommend the Wonderland Trail. FAVORITE QUOTES: "It is a privilege and responsibility when sharing the trail with others." "French kiss a marmot." (DISCLAIMER: DO NOT!) "The more we hike the less we know what we are doing." "I looked at my wrist for the time again... still don't have a watch." To learn more about who we are click the link below: ElevenSkys.com

Bourbon Lens
Off Hours with Bourbon Lens Episode 7: Penelope Bourbon

Bourbon Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 23:55


We're back for Episode 7 of “Off Hours with Bourbon Lens” featuring Michael Paladini, co-founder of Penelope Bourbon. 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

Parks and Recollection
Li'l Sebastian (S3E16)

Parks and Recollection

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 59:41 Very Popular


Today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang have a huge show for a small horse when recapping the season three finale of Parks and Recreation. In "Li'l Sebastian" Leslie and the Parks Department organize a memorial for a departed friend. In this episode you'll find out how an awkward encounter in the writer's room caused one of the funniest jokes on the show, which character is like Colossus from The X-Men, why changing Tom's career trajectory was important, an update on Biff Yeager, and a huge bombshell is revealed by producer Greg! Come for the Parks and Rec trivia, stay for the AC/DC trivia!  Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992   Leslie announces Li'l Sebastian, Pawnee's beloved celebrity mini-horse, has died and the parks department will hold a memorial service for him. Tom suggests they hire Entertainment 720 for the event, a production company recently started by his friend Jean-Ralphio. Jean-Ralphio encourages Tom to come work with him at the company, but Tom isn't sure if he wants to leave his city hall job. Meanwhile, the extremely health-conscious Chris finds out he has tendonitis, and takes the news so seriously that he questions his own mortality. Leslie and Ben continue their romance despite a no-dating policy at city hall, but they have difficulty keeping it a secret. Ron finds out and warns them that Chris will fire them if he learns about it.  As the city prepares for the memorial service, Leslie and Ben are caught making out by a maintenance worker named George (Biff Yeager), so they send him home with a gift certificate in exchange for his silence. What Leslie and Ben didn't realize was that George had the propane for Li'l Sebastian's eternal flame, which results in later confusion behind the scenes, which they struggle to fix throughout the night. Jerry is sent to get propane for the flame but buys lighter fluid instead; this causes a huge fireball to shoot into the air when Ron lights it, which singes off most of his facial hair. Leslie and Ben are relieved, however, when the crowd applauds in the belief the fireball was staged. Entertainment 720's show also proves to be a hit with the crowd, which makes Tom further contemplate quitting his job.  At a party afterward, Andy receives praise for his Li'l Sebastian tribute song, "5,000 Candles in the Wind." April sells many Mouse Rat CDs at an inflated price, which spurs Andy to ask her to become the group's manager. Indirectly responsible for nearly killing Ron, Leslie and Ben agree to no more secret displays of affection at work. Ann, who previously dated Chris and had trouble getting over him, offers comfort to Chris for his depression. This makes him appear romantically interested in Ann once again. A conflicted Tom decides to resign and accept a job with Entertainment 720. Meanwhile, Ron is confronted by his evil ex-wife Tammy (Megan Mullally) at the party—but both Ron and Tammy are horrified to learn his other ex-wife, also named Tammy (whom he calls "Tammy 1") has also arrived in town.  Leslie is approached by scouts looking for potential candidates for elected office, which has always been one of her dreams. Impressed by the memorial service and the harvest festival Leslie previously organized, they believe she would be a good candidate for upcoming city council seats, or possibly the mayoral position. With the expected increased media attention on her personal life, the scouts ask whether Leslie has any secret scandals in her life. She denies any such scandals exist, thus omitting her secret relationship with Ben, and the scouts promise to contact her about preparing an electoral run.

Retrieving the Social Sciences
Ep. 24: The Hidden Benefits of Water Recreation w/ Dr. Yusuke Kuwayama

Retrieving the Social Sciences

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 28:55


On today's episode we hear about the economics of water resources and property values from Dr. Yusuke Kuwayama, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy at UMBC. Dr. Kuwayama's Profile A More Comprehensive Estimate of the Value of Water Quality, Journal of Public Economics (2022) On today's Campus Connection, we hear about a recent co-authored paper by Dr. J. Alan Yeakley, Professor and Chair of the UMBC Department of Geography and Environmental Systems. Dr. Yeakley's Profile Dr. Yeakley's co-authored paper in Land Economics   Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D. Retrieving the Social Sciences is a production of the UMBC Center for Social Science Scholarship.  Our podcast host is Dr. Ian Anson, our director is Dr. Christine Mallinson, our associate director is Dr. Felipe Filomeno and our production intern is Sophia Possidente. Our theme music was composed and recorded by D'Juan Moreland.  Special thanks to Amy Barnes and Myriam Ralston for production assistance.  Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, where you can find full video recordings of recent UMBC events.

The Mother Daze with Sarah Wright Olsen & Teresa Palmer
Introducing: The Mother Daze with Sarah Wright Olsen & Teresa Palmer

The Mother Daze with Sarah Wright Olsen & Teresa Palmer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 3:32


Sarah Wright Olsen (American Made, Parks and Recreation) and Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies, Hacksaw Ridge) are two moms, from opposite ends of the world, meeting for an hour every week to discuss the mayhem, magic and madness of raising their 8 children between them. Motherhood can feel overwhelming, exhausting and isolating but you don't have to do it alone! Follow along as they attempt to navigate, ask questions, share stories, break down the everyday challenges and hopefully keep you from googling phrases like “What does it mean when my baby's poop is green?” Grab your coffee, tea, Kombucha or favorite libation and join as they discuss mom fails, poop talk, pillow talk, and much more. These moms will engage in some brilliant interviews with celebrity friends, parenting experts and listeners like you! From the creators of the celebrated Your Zen Mama community, Sarah Wright Olsen and Teresa Palmer bring you “The Mother Daze”, a refreshing and real look in to the wild and wonderful days of Motherhood. Subscribe so you never miss an episode, whether you're listening sitting in your minivan or taking some me time in the tub. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

What The Hal?
141: In Depth: Parks and butterflies

What The Hal?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 22:50


Bob DeCastro guest hosts for Hal. Joining him is Cat Darst, an Assistant Field Supervisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Ventura, and Antonio Sanchez, with the Santa Monica Mountains Fund. Also, Christina Angeles with the Regional Park and Open Space District joins Bob to talk about Measure A. Then, Mercy Santoro, the Deputy Director of L.A. County Department of Parks and Recreation joins Bob to discuss the programs that are available at County parks this summer.

Creativity in Captivity
CAROLINE GEYS: Mural Morale

Creativity in Captivity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 42:34


A Belgian born multi-media artist and designer residing in the Los Angeles Arts District.  Her design projects and artwork include numerous permanent and temporary murals and installations, as well as exhibiting in galleries.  She works on multiple pieces in various media simultaneously, fueling the velocity of her creativity as she sways between the commercial and fine arts worlds.  Her work focuses on the exploration of color, topography, geometry, nature's phenomenons, architectural amalgamations, and optimism.  In 2017, after a 12 year career in marketing for architecture, interior design, and real estate firms, she ventured off to start Caroline Geys Design Studio.  She counts among her clients: Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Dunn-Edwards Paints, ROW DTLA, Reebok West Hollywood and Santa Monica Collectives, City of Los Angeles Parks and Recreation, Arts District Brewery, Global Inheritance in association with Coachella Music Festival, MASAYA, Uprooted Dance Company, and Infuse Wellness.  She shares the time and dedication that it takes from concept to execution with any mural and what working in a studio with three cats is like.

Jump Street Podcast
Flat Vs. Anti

Jump Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 51:17


For this Channel 11, we discuss flat rocker setups versus anti rocker along with other rockers such as tri rocker and freestyle, along with our personal experiences, pros and cons, and what the future might hold for the wheels under our feet.

Parks and Recollection
The Bubble (S3E15)

Parks and Recollection

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 46:52 Very Popular


The hilarity is popping in Pawnee, when Rob Lowe and Alan Yang discuss S3E15 of Parks and Recreation! In "The Bubble" Leslie's mom makes a pass at Ben, not knowing that he and Leslie are dating. On today's episode the team share how fun it is to have Chris interacting with all of the parks department, Greg gives insights on his first writing credit, and why it took so long to get Marlene back in an episode! All of this and some surprising data about opening credits. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992  The Parks Department welcomes Ann Perkins to her new office at Pawnee City Hall and fills it with balloons, much to the chagrin of her cranky officemate Stuart. Leslie and Ben are dating, but they are keeping their relationship a secret due to a no-dating policy at work. They are enjoying what Leslie calls "the bubble", or the beginning of a relationship when everything is simple and fun.  The Bubble is threatened when Ben has a meeting with Leslie's mother Marlene Griggs-Knope, a notoriously tough politician in the Pawnee school system, who wants Ben to approve the purchase of four new school buses despite a difficult budget season. Afraid of ruining the bubble, Leslie initially tells Ben she is not related to Marlene. Right before Ben's meeting, however, Leslie admits Marlene is her mother, making him nervous and causing him to capitulate to all of her demands during the meeting. Marlene considers Ben weak, so Leslie becomes determined to prove that he is a tough boss to impress Marlene.  Chris has enacted numerous changes to the Parks Department: he promotes Jerry to Public Relations Director, appoints April as everyone's assistant, places Tom Haverford on the nightmarish fourth floor with Andy as his temporary assistant, and makes Ron sit in the middle of a circular desk after the removal of his office, to force him to interact with people. Ron believes everything will eventually go back to normal as it has with past city managers that implemented changes. However, Donna is concerned that the overly-determined Chris will not do so and demands that Ron talk to him. On the fourth floor, Tom's attempts to charm some of the elderly women, including Ethel Beavers and Muriel into doing his work but fails miserably, as they ignore him and all adore Andy and April.  Leslie trains Ben for his next meeting with her mother. He impresses Marlene so much with his tough negotiation skills that she becomes flirtatious with him. An uncomfortable Ben tells Leslie they should tell her about their relationship, but Leslie does not want to lose the bubble. Fed up, Ben storms into Marlene's office and tells her that he is dating her daughter and asks her to keep it secret. Marlene laughs off the situation and tells Leslie that she approves of Ben.  Ron tells Chris the changes do not play to his staff's strengths and decides to compromise: if Chris returns everything to the way it was, he will remain at/in the desk for another week. Chris complies. Nevertheless, Tom is frustrated with the experience and begins to contemplate leaving his City Hall job to pursue his own entrepreneurial interests.