Celebrate Kids Podcast with Dr. Kathy
There are a number of states working to guide students from high school to college with a seamless transition. Advanced Placement courses used to be how high schools guided students to earn college credit and achieve a college-like discipline. But recent trends have high school students enrolling in college early, actually dual enrolling in both high school and college at the same time. Doing this forces the issue that for many students they might not feel like graduation is actually a new beginning but instead a continuation. With this, some might struggle with how to answer the question, "what's next?" Dr. Kathy gives good insight in today's podcast.
Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast
Father Edward Hathaway, the Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the First Joyful Mystery of the Rosary, the Annunciation, during our Communal First Saturday for May. This meditation was recorded on May 6, 2023.
Boyle reflects on days 167 to 177 of his HEROIC journey. Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/imquittingalcohol/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BoyleComedy and sling me some cashola here. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/boylecomedy
Readings: Acts 6:1–7 Psalm 33:1–2, 4–5, 18–19 1 Peter 2:4–9 John 14:1–12 By His death, Resurrection, and Ascension, Jesus has gone ahead to prepare a place for us in His Father's house. His Father's house is no longer a temple made by human hands. It is the spiritual house of the Church, built on the living stone of Christ's body. As Peter interprets the Scriptures in today's Epistle, Jesus is the “stone” destined to be rejected by men but made the precious cornerstone of God's dwelling on earth (see Psalm 118:22; Isaiah 8:14; 28:16). Each of us is called to be a living stone in God's building (see 1 Corinthians 3:9, 16). In this edifice of the Spirit, we are to be “holy priests” offering up “spiritual sacrifices”—all our prayer, work and intentions—to God. This is our lofty calling as Christians. This is why Christ led us out of the darkness of sin and death as Moses led the Israelites from bondage in Egypt. God's covenant with Israel made them a royal and priestly people who were to announce His praises (see Exodus 19:6). By our faith in Christ's new covenant, we have been made heirs of this chosen race, called to glorify the Father in the temple of our bodies (see 1 Corinthians 6:19–20; Romans 12:1). In today's First Reading, we see the spiritual house of the Church being built up as the Apostles consecrate seven deacons so they can devote themselves more fully to the “ministry of the Word.” The Lord's Word is upright and all His works trustworthy, we sing in today's Psalm. So we can trust Jesus when He tells us never to be troubled but to believe that His Word and works come from the Father. His Word continues its work in the world through the Church. We see its beginnings today in Jerusalem. It is destined to spread with influence and power (see Acts 19:20)and to become the imperishable seed by which every heart is born anew (see 1 Peter 1:23).
The XFL 2023 championship game is here and we will FINALLY get a new XFL champion crowned! We have you covered with Matt Barrie from ESPN talking everything XFL 2023 including his grade on the XFL 2023 season and a full preview ahead of the XFL 2023 championship game next weekend in San Antonio. Kevin Kugler from FOX Sports returns to preview USFL week 4 and to give his assessment of FOX's investment in USFL season 2. De'Veon Smith joins us from the XFL Arlington Renegades and then Xs and Argos host Ben Grant stops by to recap to share his thoughts on McLeod Bethel-Thompson's performance thus far in the USFL, recap the CFL draft and talk Toronto Argonauts quarterbacks ahead of the CFL 2023 season.0:00 The Markcast Episode Promo3:38 Show Intro 5:36 Updates on Next Week's LIVE Show in San Antonio, The Alamo Tour Info7:36 ESPN Matt Barrie's Previews XFL 2023 Championship Game, Reflects on XFL 2023 Season31:06 FOX Sports' Kevin Kugler Previews USFL Week 4, Talks FOX Sports and USFL Season 254:42 XFL Arlington Renegades Runningback De'Veon Smith Interview1:05:30 Ben Grant, Xs and Argos Podcast Host Talks CFL Draft and Toronto Argos 2023 QBs1:36:27 Show Outro
The Truth Report with Chauncey DeVega
Jason Van Tatenhove is the former national media director of the right-wing militia group the Oath Keepers. Mr. Tatenhove testified about the escalating dangers of right-wing radicalization and neofascism before the House Jan. 6 Committee. His new book is The Perils of Extremism: How I Left the Oath Keepers and Why We Should be Concerned about a Future Civil War. In this wide-ranging conversation Jason reflects on his life decisions and mistakes and how he found himself radicalized by the Oath Keepers. He also explains why the Republican-fascists and the larger right-wing media propaganda machine is so effective, and how economic precarity and loneliness are powerful forces that suck too many white people into right-wing paramilitary and other fascist organizations. WHERE CAN YOU FIND ME? On Twitter: https://twitter.com/chaunceydevega On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chauncey.devega My email: email@example.com HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE TRUTH REPORT? Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/TheTruthReportPodcast Via Paypal at ChaunceyDeVega.com
A move. A marriage. A new country. These are all things that can completely alter your lifestyle and perspective. Almost two years ago, Sarah began this new chapter in her life. Today she shares some of the lessons she learned along the way.
Attorney General Drew Wrigley is still fired up about a bill to implement mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes - that was later amended to "presumptive minimums" - which was defeated in the state House of Representatives. There was controversy over how the bill was handled in committee and Wrigley's involvement in advocating for it, but on this episode of Plain Talk, Wrigley made it clear he is not backing down. "I'm going to talk about this stuff publicly," he said, committing to a campaign during the interim before the next legislative session to promote this issue. Wrigley said he wasn't intending to take a "personal swipe" at Rep. Shannon Roers Jones when he said her experience as a lawyer was strictly on the civil side of the law, though he added that the comment "was factual." He also took aim at some of his other legislative critics, including Rep. Landon Bahl, who he described as inexperienced - "it shows," Wrigley quipped - and Rep. Bernie Satrom, who he said was "slanderous" in his characterization of discussions about the bill. Former House Minority Leader Josh Boschee also joined the program, and answered questions about why he's suddenly the former minority leader at the end of this legislative session when typically that sort of change in leadership happens at the beginning of the session. Boschee said he felt it was time for his replacement, Rep. Zac Ista, to get experience in the role. Boschee is up for re-election next year, and when asked if he'll seek another term, gave an answer that leaves some wiggle room. "I have every intention of running, but we'll see how things play out over the next year," he said, though he also joked that it was a poor question to ask a lawmaker just after the end of a grueling session. Speaking of which, Boschee also gave some reflections on the just-concluded session, arguing that the Republican majority in the House didn't have good leadership. He said former Rep. Al Carlson, the majority leader when Boschee was first elected, would tell his caucus that they could only introduce so many controversial bills per session. "He had control of his caucus," Boschee said. Want to be notified when new episodes of Plain Talk drop? Search for the show on services like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Stitcher, or click here to find out how to subscribe on the podcast platform of your choice.
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Elon Musk discussed the debut launch of the Starship rocket, stating it exceeded expectations with minimal launch site damage. He anticipates another flight in 2-3 months, and with upgrades to the rocket and launch pad, he expects the next Starship launch attempt in 6-8 weeks. Regulatory hurdles may take longer, but Musk hopes for up to 5 flights this year and estimates SpaceX will spend $2 billion on the Starship program in 2023. The post Elon Musk Reflects on Starship Debut, Anticipates Next Flight in Months #1666 appeared first on Geek News Central.
Boyle reflects on a nightmare 2 weeks from day 141 to 156, Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/imquittingalcohol/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BoyleComedy and sling me some cashola here. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/boylecomedy
Acts 2:14, 36–41 Psalm 23:1–6 1 Peter 2:20–25 John 10:1–10 Easter's empty tomb is a call to conversion. By this tomb, we should know for certain that God has made Jesus both Lord and Messiah, as Peter preaches in today's First Reading. He is the “Lord,” the divine Son that David foresaw at God's right hand (see Psalms 110:1, 3; 132:10–11; Acts 2:34). And He is the Messiah that God had promised to shepherd the scattered flock of the house of Israel (see Ezekiel 34:11–14, 23; 37:24). As we hear in today's Gospel, Jesus is that Good Shepherd, sent to a people who were like sheep without a shepherd (see Mark 6:34; Numbers 27:16–17). He calls not only to the children of Israel but to all those far off from Him—to whomever the Lord wishes to hear His voice. The call of the Good Shepherd leads to the restful waters of Baptism, to the anointing oil of Confirmation, and to the table and overflowing cup of the Eucharist, as we sing in today's Psalm. Again on this Sunday in Easter, we hear His voice calling us His own. He should awaken in us the response of those who heard Peter's preaching. “What are we to do?” they cried. We have been baptized. But each of us goes astray like sheep, as we hear in today's Epistle. We still need daily to repent, to seek forgiveness of our sins, to separate ourselves further from this corrupt generation. We are called to follow in the footsteps of the Shepherd of our souls. By His suffering He bore our sins in His body to free us from sin. But His suffering is also an example for us. From Him we should learn patience in our afflictions, to hand ourselves over to the will of God. Jesus has gone ahead, has driven us through the dark valley of evil and death. His Cross has become the narrow gate through which we must pass to reach His empty tomb—the verdant pastures of life abundant.
Haitian-born, New York sculptor Jessica Jean-Baptiste, sits down with us to discuss her practice, her evolution as an artist and her exclusive collection for the AphroChic Art Shop. In the tradition of artists such as Edmonia Lewis, Elizabeth Catlett and Augusta Savage, Baptiste's latest works, The Keisha and Jamal Busts are a celebration of the beauty of Black life and Black bodies. These new works present a Black man without conflict, and a Black woman at peace. Simple images, yet revolutionary pieces by Baptiste, in their rejection of the story of Black America that is commonly told. Jessica Jean-Baptiste is featured in Issue No. 11 of AphroChic magazine in the story, The Question is In The Answer.
Joy is a choice and our outward circumstances do not need to dictate our inward attitude. Find how we can look to Jesus to choose joy in all our circumstances.
Kae Ravichandran finished in 2:38:57 — more than 10 minutes ahead of the second-place finisher in the division.
Lonnie Holley has lived a storied life. He was taken from his family by a burlesque dancer who performed in carnivals when he was a baby, suffered head injuries from getting hit by a car as a kid, then put in the Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children, also known as Mount Meigs. He went on to become a visual artist whose works have been on display at The White House and The Smithsonian. Holley started releasing music about a decade ago when he was in his 60s. He's now out with his seventh album. It's called 'Oh Me Oh My' and features collaborations with Bon Iver, Michael Stipe of R.E.M., Sharon Van Etten, and more. Lonnie Holley shares his life story and how his experiences have informed his new record.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The U.S. Housing Market represents a clear reflection of two different markets. I discuss the divergence, what is causing it, and why it's important to understand as a real estate investor in today's market. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mark-salib4/support
September 12, 1995, was a historic day for cable technology. It was then, during a CableLabs board meeting in New York, that a group of leaders heard from industry pioneer John Malone about the coming, critical importance of developing interoperable equipment for the delivery of high-speed data services over the cable network – a concept that later became DOCSIS.Among the 21 people in attendance that day was Dr. Richard Green, the first CEO of CableLabs. That meeting led to the development of DOCSIS, a "bedrock platform for manufacturers to build modems" and to do so at scale, Green recalls in this episode of the Light Reading Podcast. The unedited audio transcript is available in the media player of this episode page. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we have senior Anyssa Patel on her second to last day at Westminster go over the past 13 years from Pre-First to now. She talks about favorite moments and how Westminster has shaped her. Then we do a fast pace question segment about all things Westminster and Atlanta. Then we go over spring sports including lots of sports playoffs going on and so far Westminster has been winning. Go follow the Twitter Go watch the Youtube
Michigan State University Interim President Teresa K Woodruff joins me on MSU Today to elaborate on some of the topics she covers in her April 2023 Spartan Community Letter, which you can read by clicking on the communications tab at president.msu.edu. “I love this time of year. Commencement is really one of my favorite days of the year. I'm excited for each of our students as they walk through that line and put on their gowns of green. It's a beautiful resplendent color, and they are beautiful and resplendent in it.”More than 200 of our students will graduate with perfect 4.0 grade point averages. That excellence is amazing and is supported by our world-class faculty and staff. Even US News & World Report continues to notice our excellence.“We've got four programs that are ranked number one, and over 25 in the top registers of the US News & World Report rankings. We're really pleased with the way in which our faculty achieve their excellence. That, in turn, creates the right environment for our students.”Honors College Junior Victoria Fex is our 53rd Goldwater Scholar.“That's something to celebrate. This is a place where our students really succeed, and then we see them excelling in these nationally competitive programs. I couldn't be more excited for Victoria, and certainly proud of MSU for its legacy and what it does to enable these students' success.”Another Spartan was honored for his service and engagement with his selection as a 2023-'24 Newman Civic Fellow by Compass Compact. That's Jai Kozar-Lewis. He's a supply chain management first-year student.“This is part of the secret to Michigan State. Our students, like our faculty and employees, are always about learning, but also about giving. He's all about providing his knowledge and expertise in environmental issues across communities. That's the way in which we have outreach with impact. That's what Jai represents.”Congratulations to the 25 exceptional undergraduate and graduate students and alumni selected for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.“Our graduate students and undergraduates are exceptional. The National Science Foundation selects those who are the most outstanding across the United States. This is highly competitive for our students in the sciences, technologies, engineering, and mathematic disciplines. These students will now be enabled to pursue their masters and doctorates. I look forward to supporting these students as they continue their pathway toward those advanced degrees.”Excellence is also a priority in the field of competition among Spartan student athletes. We recently welcomed a new head coach for women's basketball. It's Okemos native Robyn Fralick.“I've had a chance to meet Robyn. She came in and immediately started recruiting. I've had the chance to chat with her a couple of times. She's really terrific. She and her young family are here. Just immediately I think it felt like home. I think she's going to do a great job for Michigan State.”New facilities go a long way in supporting our excellence. Among many projects, we had two important groundbreakings recently, the addition to the School of Packaging and our freestanding Multicultural Center.“This is a time of real extraordinary advances across this campus. The School of Packaging is number one in the nation and the only school that has a PhD program in packaging. We were able to cut the ribbon with a group of donors and industry leaders. If you go across any industry around the globe that is the in top 100 in packaging, they are led by Spartans. I'm so proud of the way in which Matt Daum, who is the director of that school, has led our packaging program. He's also a great alum. The Multicultural Center, boy, the roof was blown off the tent top for that event. We filled the place with folks who were just so excited to be a part of the future of Michigan State through this new Multicultural Center. I'm excited for where Michigan State has been, and most importantly, the fulcrum towards where it's going as it will be represented in this building.”Earth Day is just behind us. You have a key new hire in our new director of sustainability, Chip Amoe.“Melissa Woo and her team looked nationally for our new director of sustainability. Chip is the real deal. He's going to come in and not only move us forward on the trajectory we were, but I suspect really move that upwards. He is someone who has had long-standing excellence in sustainability. Our folks are really excited about having him here. I'm thrilled that he's joining us. I think you know that we all talk about the Spartan Green in our sustainability efforts. He is already green through and through, so we're really advantaged by his presence.”Have you had a chance yet to see the wonderful exhibit that Devon Akmon and his team have opened this month at the MSU Museum? It's a collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution. “It's special, not only with the Smithsonian, but also with the Audubon. I was able to meet several of our board members from the Smithsonian Institute who just have extraordinary praise for Michigan State and our museum and for Devon and the way in which we are representing to the broadest group of people the opportunity to join us in learning more, like in Knowing Nature. This was really about the boreal forest. There are billions of birds that migrate largely at night. These boreal forests are necessary for that habitat.“Going to that exhibit will allow you to learn a lot more, as I did, about this part of our ecosystem. This is the starting point for this exhibit that's then going to travel from here. And with the new assets that we build for accessibility, which is something Michigan State is absolutely committed to, we're going to add value to that program. I know the Smithsonian and the Audubon directors are really thrilled. We're excited about that exhibit.” As Spartan Nation continues to reflect and heal from the violence we experienced on February 13th, you've created a temporary Office for Resource and Support Coordination. Tell us about that and your continued reflections as we heal.“I want to send my thoughts out to everyone who is continuing to grieve in their own way on this, what we call the long walk forward. We're on a different pace but on the same path. We're going to get there together. Part of what we're hoping to do is to enable folks to be able to move forward, particularly those most affected in that violent event on February 13th. That's going to be coordinated through the Office for Resource and Support Coordination. I just ask all Spartans to be thoughtful and lift up those students and their families, and the office will be helpful in that.“We also have an independent after-action review group that we've identified, Security Risk Management Consultants. We went through a formal RFP process to identify the right group for Michigan State. I'm really persuaded particularly by the fact that they're led by someone who was a head of campus police and who understands our size and scope to come in and help us really think through the ways in which we can continue to work towards our ideal of a welcoming and safe environment.”What else are you reflecting on this month?“I reflect on the word commencement and to commence. It maybe should be called the accomplishment for some people, but it's called a commencement because we're commencing a new phase of our life after completing these degrees. As we move that tassel across, or some of our students are hooded with that doctoral hood, I really think it's a moment to think about the journey that we've all been on. For students who've been here four or five or six years, there's been a lot in their baskets as they've walked this MSU path. They are stronger and more resilient as a consequence.“Of course, for us, we wish we could have taken those buckets from them. We wish their baskets were not quite as full. But as I think beyond the commencement and the graduation exercises for each of our colleges, those students are ready for both what is expected as a part of accomplishing their degree, but more importantly, they're ready for the unexpected. That is going to allow for a better world any place a Spartan is. I'm looking forward to thinking about that as I shake 9,500 hands. I'm committed to it. I love each moment as the students come and as they approach the dais as one person and as they leave the dais as a new graduate on their way to something else. That's really where my mind is focused. I'm excited for this moment.”Listen to “MSU Today with Russ White” on the radio and through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your shows.
I had such a great discussion with Heidi Carson for this episode. Heidi is a fellow widowed parent, and she lost her husband, Chad, when their kids were 12 and 14 due to complications related to a rare telomere disease. I so appreciate Heidi talking with us because I believe that hearing other people's stories helps us feel so much less alone. Listen for Heidi sharing how getting involved in volunteering and advocacy related to her husband's disease has helped her in her grief, and how writing fiction has helped, too. -=-=-=-=- Thank you sponsors & partners: Help Texts - Grief support text messaging service. Tips and support delivered all year long, personalized based on your loss. Listeners get $10 off: https://helptexts.com/jennylisk BetterHelp - Talk with a licensed, professional therapist online. Get 10% off your first month: betterhelp.com/widowedparent Support the show - Buy Me a Coffee -=-=-=-=-
Today I speak on the life and death of Harry Belafonte and what we can learn from this extraordinary man's existence.
Blake Lawrence is the Co-founder and CEO of Opendorse, the leading NIL marketplace connecting college athletes, brands, and fans. Opendorse has been around since 2012, however the legalities of name, image, and likeness (NIL) to student-athletes only became available on June 31st, 2021. The former University of Nebraska-Lincoln linebacker was ahead of the curve with his time working with the NIL for professional athletes and transitioning into the collegiate market when the opportunity arose. Hear from the CEO who is at the forefront of a new era in college sports chat about “interviewing” for a job while in the spotlight, revenue analysis of NIL on campuses, what he hopes for the legislative future of NIL, and more. @opendorse @blake_lawrence Episode Breakdown 0:00- Intro 1:42- Blake's time at Nebraska 3:00- “The rules of society apply to athletes” 8:24- NIL and the journey of Opendorse 12:53- Who is actually benefiting from NIL? Revenue 17:30- NIL revenue breakdown 18:55- is NIL disrupting locker room dysfunction 22:00- The Juju-Smith Schuster use case 23:25- Blake's view on the big legislative decisions coming up 26:40- Blake's Playlist I do not own the rights to (The Who- Pinball Wizard, Mungo Jerry-Summertime (official lyrics video)) --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/a--and--a/support
4-25 Duane Kuiper reflects on Alex Cobb's complete game shutout and explains why Giants fans should be excited about what Pat Bailey is doing in the minor leagues with Murph and MacSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jason Van Tatenhove is former national media director of the right-wing militia group the Oath Keepers. Mr. Tatenhove testified about the escalating dangers of right-wing radicalization and neofascism before the House Jan. 6 Committee. His new book is The Perils of Extremism: How I Left the Oath Keepers and Why We Should be Concerned about a Future Civil War. In this wide-ranging conversation Jason reflects on his life decisions and mistakes and how he found himself radicalized by the Oath Keepers. He also explains why the Republican-fascists and the larger right-wing media propaganda machine is so effective, and how economic precarity and loneliness are powerful forces that suck too many white people into right-wing paramilitary and other fascist organizations. Chauncey DeVega continues to tell some helpful stories about how you and we can all be heroes in our own neighborhoods and larger communities. Chauncey also explains how America is sick with negrophobia as seen, again, by how another innocent young Black person was almost killed by an older white man (this time in Kansas City) who was high on Fox News and other right-wing hate poison. And in a special bonus segment of the show, Chauncey DeVega updates all the good members of the podcast family as to his whereabouts these last few weeks and how he had an Iron Chef inspired accident in the kitchen that sent him to the hospital emergency room. WHERE CAN YOU FIND ME? On Twitter: https://twitter.com/chaunceydevega On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chauncey.devega My email: firstname.lastname@example.org HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE CHAUNCEY DEVEGA SHOW? Via Paypal at ChaunceyDeVega.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thechaunceydevegashow
10 years ago, Connecticut artist, Scrapp Nyce had an opportunity to be the vocals to a now hrammy nominated song by Kendrick Lamar, Backseat Freestyle. A song that is played in multiple tv shows and moves and the part you hear the most, the most iconic part is from Scrapp Nyce, after blessing the track with his own creativity and artistry. The TDE love what was sent over. But you must wonder, where is Scrapp today? Where did that opportunity lead him? well we brought him to tell the story from his own perspective, not from the eyes of outside or from the “i would've done this if it was me” people. He is blessed for his opportunity and a decade later there is no hard feelings and musically he is now thriving more than couldve imagined. According to him the curse from the TDE team has officially been lifted. A curse that led to him understanding the music business more, for what it is, a business and to starting his own label.
Philemon 1-7;23-25 Paul's Prayer For Effective Fellowship That Reflects The Gospel (04/23/2023) by Mission Fellowship
Duncan McCue has spent his career making sure the stories of Indigenous people in Canada are told with the community's voices front and centre. This week, McCue will be leaving the public broadcaster to help train the next generation of Indigenous journalists. He reflects on lessons learned and the role of journalism in reconciliation.
In the second episode dedicated to Earth Day, Karly speaks with Liliana Esposito, Chief Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Officer at The Wendy's Company, about reducing greenhouse gas emissions, developing more sustainable packaging options, and reducing food waste. In this conversation, Liliana shares several goals and commitments Wendy's has set in its Good Done Right initiative and the progress thus far. With a focus on food, people, and footprint, Wendy's approach to energy, waste, and employee engagement makes a significant impact and serves as inspiration for operators across the restaurant industry.(01:28) – Introducing Liliana Esposito(02:15) – Good Done Right at Wendy's(03:43) – Reducing greenhouse gas emissions(05:11) – Sustainable packaging(06:06) – Eliminating food waste and commitment to freshness(08:07) – Purpose-driven employees(13:38) – Tips for smaller operators approaching sustainabilityResources to learn more:Wendy's to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate ImpactHow Wendy's is Approaching Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in 2023Wendy's Reflects on 2022 Corporate Responsibility AchievementsThe views expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the National Restaurant Association (Association) and its affiliates. The Association does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or suitability of any information offered. Listeners are encouraged to do their own research and consider the applicability and suitability of the information provided for their own individual circumstances.If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to Order Up in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. It really helps others find the show.Podcast episode production by Dante32.
Tarek Fatah, a Pakistani-Canadian journalist and author known for his commentary on Muslim issues has passed away at the age of 73. Fatah is being widely mourned. Here is how Alex paid tribute to Fatah on her show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Miz spoke with WrestleZone Managing Editor Bill Pritchard about hosting WrestleMania, his past WrestleMania highlights, Major League, wanting more MVP moments, his (almost) buzzer-beating half-court shot on NBA All-Star weekend, being a girl dad, and more.
Readings: Acts 2:14, 22–28 Psalm 16:1–2, 5, 7–11 1 Peter 1:17–21 Luke 24:13–35 We should put ourselves in the shoes of the disciples in today's Gospel. Downcast and confused, they're making their way down the road, unable to understand all the things that have occurred. They know what they've seen—a prophet mighty in word and deed. They know what they were hoping for—that He would be the redeemer of Israel. But they don't know what to make of His violent death at the hands of their rulers. They can't even recognize Jesus as He draws near to walk with them. He seems like just another foreigner visiting Jerusalem for the Passover. Note that Jesus doesn't disclose His identity until they they describe how they found His tomb empty but “Him they did not see.” That's how it is with us, too. Unless He revealed Himself, we would see only an empty tomb and a meaningless death. How does Jesus make Himself known at Emmaus? First, He interprets “all the Scriptures” as referring to Him. In today's First Reading and Epistle, Peter also opens the Scriptures to proclaim the meaning of Christ's death according to the Father's “set plan”—foreknown before the foundation of the world. Jesus is described as a new Moses and a new Passover lamb. He is the one of whom David sang in today's Psalm, whose soul was not abandoned to corruption but was shown the path of life. After opening the Scriptures, Jesus at table took bread, blessed it, broke it, and gave it to the disciples—exactly what He did at the Last Supper (see Luke 22:14–20). In every Eucharist, we reenact that Easter Sunday at Emmaus. Jesus reveals Himself to us in our journey. He speaks to our hearts in the Scriptures. Then at the table of the altar, in the person of the priest, He breaks the bread. The disciples begged Him, “Stay with us.” So He does. Though He has vanished from our sight, in the Eucharist—as at Emmaus—we know Him in the breaking of the bread.
For decades, Indigenous people have often been the subject of documentaries — but haven't had much say in how they are represented in those films. Abenaki documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin, who is based in Quebec, has spent her life's work changing that. Recently, she was recognized for her work with the Edward MacDowell Medal.
The book chronicles the story of two unaccompanied migrant children as they make the dangerous journey to the U.S. Children's author and illustrator Erika Meza shares the inspiration behind the book and why she thought it was important to shed light on the topic.
The Aztecs basketball team went all the way to the championship game and provided a lot of great memories to a lot of people. Head Coach Brian Dutcher talked with Chris and Skraby about the trip through the tournament and what is left ahead!
On the latest PokerNews Podcast episode, Chad Holloway, Jesse Fullen, and Connor Richards give an update on the PokerNews Cup on Global Poker, look ahead to the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP), and preview the High Stakes Poker Live Stream on April 27 set to feature Matt Berkey, Nik Airball, Doug Polk, and Eric Persson, among others. They also debate whether personality is lacking from today's high roller poker scene, share details on the PokerStars 2023 SCOOP schedule, celebrate Josh Reichard's record-tying 14th gold ring on the WSOP Circuit, and preview the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown coming up from April 28-May 2. This week's guest is none other than Adam Hendrix, who is coming off a red-hot 2022 and is carrying that momentum into 2023. Hear from Alaska's all-time leading money winner about his start in poker and rise through the ranks. Plus, listen to our winner interview with Dakotah O'Dell, who was fresh off capturing his second RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) Main Event title! Listen to those stories and more on the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast! Time Stamps *Time|Topic* 00:25 | Welcome to the show 02:10 | Teasing guest Adam Hendrix 03:14 | PokerNews Cup update from Global Poker 06:30 | Registration for 2023 WSOP is now open; PokerGO to stream 47 consecutive days 11:20 | Sponsor: 888poker 12:16 | PokerGO High Stakes Poker Live Stream on April 27 to feature Berkey, "Airball" & Polk 17:37 | Is Eric Persson the poker hero we need? 20:05 | The Muck: Is Personality Lacking from Today's High Roller Poker Players? 26:40 | PokerStars releases 2023 SCOOP schedule (May 7-31) 28:25 | Guest: Adam Hendrix 30:56 | Chasing GPI at the end of the year 31:58 | Looking back at 2022 33:52 | Playing against the elite at PokerGO Studio 35:10 | Adam Hendrix's poker origin story 39:45 | What's it been like to travel the world and play poker? 41:30 | What's in store for the rest of 2023? 44:30 | Joining the WSOP Thrill Team 48:43 | Sponsor: partypoker 49:30 | Josh Reichard wins record-tying 14th WSOP Circuit gold ring 53:17 | Dakotah O'Dell wins his Second RGPS Main Event for $63,647 54:05 | Winner interview w/ Dakotah O'Dell 57:00 | Sponsor: WPT Global 57:45 | Chad headed to WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown April 28-May 2 1:00:50 | PokerNews' East Coast Road Trip coming May 14-20 1:02:11 | Connor headed overseas for the EPT Monte Carlo 1:02:30 | Patrik Antonius coming up on next week's PN Podcast!!! 1:03:40 | Check out the Aceholes Podcast starring Caitlin Comeskey and Nikki Limo
Celebrate Kids Podcast with Dr. Kathy
It's Autism Awareness Month, and many nationwide are taking steps to walk in the shows of those who think differently. Where many rest on different abilities as disabilities, much of the world is changing the narrative and highlighting the uniqueness and specialness of those who process and live life differently. These times are great for celebrating the image of God, and Dr. Kathy has important insight on how parents can teach a Biblical-defined dignity to our kids during this time where the world raises up those with different abilities.
Boomer & Warrener in the Morning
On the third hour of The Big Show, George and Matt are joined by Mike Futa! Mike shares stories of gamesmanship from his playing career, and dives into first-round playoff matchups around the NHL! Later, Dustin Wolf joins the program to reflect on the Wranglers' regular season, share thoughts from his NHL debut, and talk about their upcoming playoff run! Afterwards, the guys wrap the program with a closer look at the Avalanche and the Kraken! To share some insights from the series so far, the guys were joined by Conor McGahey! Conor discusses the Avs' game one loss, Georgiev's NHL playoff debut, and what the team will look to improve on for game two. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Don’t Give Up on Testicular Cancer
Daniel Makarewicz was diagnosed with testicular cancer on August 11, 2010, at the age of 24. At the time, he was a sports reporter at the Dispatch and the Rock Island Argus in Moline, Illinois. His urologist recommended emergency surgery to remove his left testicle, which was eventually classified as Stage 1. Following chemo and surveillance, he was deemed a survivor on June 11, 2020, his last checkup with oncologists. Daniel shares many stories of his life before, during, and after his testicular cancer diagnosis, including that of a mysterious donor who left envelopes for him at his parents' house with brief but meaningful messages and cash over a two-year period. Learn more about his transition from journalism to teaching and his perspective on life worth hearing. Thank you for listening to Don't Give Up on Testicular Cancer from the Max Mallory Foundation. Support the showFind us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & Linkedin. If you can please support our nonprofit through Patreon.
He gives his opinion on the air guardsman accused of leaking classified documents on line.
ABC News correspondent Jim Ryan joins The Steve Cochran Show live from Waco, Texas where 30 years ago he covered the 51 days siege of the compound occupied by David Koresh and the Branch Davidian cult. He looks at how Waco has changed over the years and the theories of how the ATF raid ended in a deadly blaze.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Boomer & Warrener in the Morning
On the third hour of The Big Show, George and Matt welcome Calgary Wranglers Defenceman, Nick DeSimone to the show! Nick reflects on the regular season that was for the Wranglers, the positive vibe Jakob Pelletier brings to the locker room, and looks ahead to their upcoming playoff series against an opponent that is still to be determined! Afterwards, George has another edition of Impossible Flames Trivia! This week, we are looking for a connection between Calle Järnkrok, Eddie Läck, and Nick Shore! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Amazin' Mets Alumni Podcast with Jay Horwitz
Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum joins the show to discuss Jackie Robinson and his relationship with his first major league team, the Kansas City Monarchs. Kendrick also talks about how Jackie came to be the first and who almost beat him to it, the museum itself and how important of a piece of American history it is. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids
This is going to be a different kind of an episode, because it's the seven-year anniversary of Tilt Parenting (!) and it felt like a good time to do some reflection on where we – you, me, this community – are now. And I wanted to reflect because I think it's important to pause, take a breath, and notice this moment. So, in this episode, I'll share reflections on what has changed in the “Tilt revolution” and the neurodiversity movement in the years since Tilt Parenting first launched, including the language used in this space. I also get a little personal and give you some updates from my world, our family's journey, and what's next. Lastly, I always want to offer something practical and tangible that you can take with you into your daily life, so I'll tell you about the five biggest lessons I've been learning over the past few years and explain how they've impacted our family dynamic, and my own life as the parent of a differently wired kid.Things you'll learn from this episode:How the conversation, and terminology, surrounding neurodivergence and the “movement” has evolved over the past seven yearsHow I envisioned Tilt when I first developed itWhy I believe there is no such thing as “normal”What I see as the most exciting developments in neuroscience developments and how they'll impact differently wired childrenHow my personal life has changed since I started Tilt and the challenges I've encountered in doing the inner workThe five biggest lessons I've been learning over (and over) again in recent yearsSupport the showConnect with Tilt Parenting Visit Tilt Parenting Take the free 7-Day Challenge Read a chapter of Differently Wired Follow Tilt on Twitter & Instagram
Celebrate Kids Podcast with Dr. Kathy
Jordan Peterson and Miriam Grossman recently explored how parents cope with their kids and gender dysphoria. It was an important conversation that centered primarily on how parents are doing in this cultural moment. While the conversation was helpful, it side-stepped how hurting parents can help hurting kids, and that's what Dr. Kathy wanted to address today on the Celebrate Kids podcast in the daily segment facing the dark.
The Other Side: Mississippi Today’s Political Podcast
Mississippi Today political reporters Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender talk with veteran Rep. Tommy Reynolds, D-Water Valley, about the rules changes that occurred in the 1980s making the Mississippi House more democratic. As a young member of the House, Reynolds played a key role in writing those rules.
Author, journalist and broadcaster John Kampfner joins Eamon to talk about Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's meeting with Joe Biden in Belfast, Anglo US relations, media coverage of Biden's visit to Ireland and Home Secretary Suella Braverman's racist rhetoric.Recorded on Friday 14th April 2022. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join my Ignite Membership!! https://bit.ly/ignitelol22 APPLY NOW to work with me! https://bit.ly/LOLApply thefaithfreebie.com Join Brooke's mental wellness team: https://bit.ly/MyAmare Follow Brooke on Social Media www.brookethomas.com www.facebook.com/LiveOutLoudwithBrooke www.instagram.com/liveoutloudbrooke https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasbrooke/ How are you showing up as a personal brand? Does it reflect the values of the business you represent? I owe much of my business success to knowing who I am and developing a brand that aligns with my purpose. Listen in for 5 things to consider as you build your own personal brand! In this episode, you will learn about… [0:31] Aligning your personal brand with the problem you solve in your business [1:33] 5 things to focus on as you build your personal brand [4:24] How to define your purpose and values (and why it's so important) [6:52] What it means to identify your target audience and reflect that in your branding [7:49] Why developing a strong online presence is non-negotiable [9:13] How to create quality content that resonates with your ideal clients [9:58] Why it's crucial to be authentic and consistent [10:51] How sales becomes easy when you're clear on the problem you solve Show Notes How are you showing up as a personal brand? Does it reflect the core values of the business that you represent? I've been an entrepreneur for 20 years, and I owe my success to knowing who I am, being proud of who I am and what I do—and developing a brand that aligns with what I personally represent. On this episode of The Live Out Loud Show, I'm sharing five things to focus on as you build your own personal brand. I explain how to define your purpose and values and why it's important, challenging you to create quality content that resonates with your target audience. Listen in for insight on developing a strong online presence and learn how to be authentic and consistent, creating a brand that solves a problem for the people you are meant to serve! Resources 2 Peter 1:3 Live Out Loud Tribe on Facebook