The Nats lost 5-3 Saturday to Miami for a 3rd straight defeat. Mark & Al begin with the pregame news that GM Mike Rizzo and Manager Davey Martinez had their 2023 options picked up. Was this news surprising or largely expected? The hosts explain why this was done in midseason. (20:54) Jackson Tetreault was not able to make it a third consecutive solid start as he issued five walks in four innings. (26:24) Tres Barrera had a RBI double in his first Big League plate appearance for the season. Mark & Al bring you up to speed on the catcher that has been down in Rochester this season. (35:10) We continue our series of looking back at July 2021 when everything changed for the Nationals. One year ago, Kyle Schwarber was injured in what ultimately was his final game in a Washington uniform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Due to Father Anthony returning from Rochester later, this is a re-air from May 6th, another one of our most popular shows. It has been edited for time near the end thank you. TGIF loyal listeners and today the Two Tony's have much to talk about. For one thing, related to the Supreme Court's dealings with abortion rights, they share their feelings regarding the situation and how it relates to activism in some ways, as well as sharing their feelings in regards to women in this and other difficult situations. And once again, it relates once again to the Spiritual Battle that the Two Tony's have mentioned and talked about on numerous shows. This is a big issue in regards to how Mother's Day is this weekend too and brings to mind the various opinions those in the church have on this particular issue. https://ststanschurch.org/
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1997: New school starting times Highway 14 interchange planning starts as median closure eyed at County Road 44 Rochester organizations host lessons on saving lives from opioid OD Retirement leads to changing lives for employees, owner of Austin's SuperFresh Soccer Mom: Rochester United player chasing her dreams at age 30 The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
University of Rochester catcher (and glass-ceiling breaker) Beth Greenwood joins the boys to talk about her involvement with the Amazon Prime series "A League of Their Own", hanging out with AAGPBL living legend Maybelle Blair, remembers when she first gave the system the middle finger and reveils her new gig with the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Break Room (THURSDAY 6/30/22) 6am Hour Includes: 1) Should Duffy be concerned that his daughter is TOO hard on herself when it comes to her grades? 2) If you're going to be a thief at least grab the good stuff. 3) Where to find the fireworks this weekend!
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1997: Chicago Great Western Railway depot moved to its original site Brownsdale speedway attracts go-kart drivers for competition, fun Rochester comic shop owner unexpectedly falls ill Olmsted County 4-H'ers take on invasive species in Rochester pond Royals pitching plans continues to work to perfection The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
Bobby Marines of Rochester heard about a juried arts show about walking and wondered what such a pedestrian topic would yield. The Rochester Art Center show blew Marines away. Titled “Walk With Us,” the show of 15 local, national and international artists is varied and creative in its use of space. The exhibit is tucked into the hallways and alcoves of the building. Artists explore the physical act of walking, its meditative properties and our connections to land and water. Marines liked Presley Martin's cairns made of plastic that the artist found walking along the Mississippi River and painted to resemble rock. The exhibit runs through October 3. Emma Fitzsimmons is a dancer and choreographer in St Paul. She's been able to get a sneak peek at the show La.dy.like opening Saturday at Lowertown Underground Artist Gallery. Andrea Bagdon (she/her) and Spencer Gillespie (she/they) investigate femininity. The space uses painting, projections, and multimedia works to ask what and who gets to be called “ladylike,” and what does it mean? Fitzsimmons says the exhibit invites guests to peer into boxes or hold art pieces in their hands. “From the moment you step in, you're going to be immersed in this feminist experience,” said Fitzsimmons. The show runs through July. Sometimes there are performers whose work you enjoy so much, you'd see whatever they are in. That's how Sean Dillon, managing director of HUGE Improv Theater, feels about James Rone, Mike Fotis and Jen Scott. The three Twin Cities artists are teaming up for a night of original songs and funny stories Friday at Bryant Lake Bowl Theatre under the title “There's a Crack in Everything.” Rone is a songwriter and musician, Fotis is a storyteller and comedian and Scott is a musician who performed as Penny and the Bandits. Dillon says the show promises to be full of humor and heart. The show starts at 7 p.m. Correction (June 30, 2022): A previous version of this report misidentified Presley Martin. The story has been updated.
Sam and Emma host Mark Joseph Stern, senior writer at Slate, to discuss the recent bombshell SCOTUS opinions, and what other decisions remain to be issued. Then, they are joined by Matt Stoller, Director of Research at the American Economic Liberties Project and author of the BIG newsletter on SubStack, to discuss what's been going on at the Federal Trade Commission. First, Sam and Emma dive into Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony on Trump's request to let more armed protesters into the Capitol since “they're not here to hurt me,” and the Supreme Court allows Louisiana to redistrict around the disenfranchisement of African Americans. Then, they're joined by Mark Joseph Stern as he dives right into Carson v. Makin and the Supreme Court's decision to strike down a Maine requirement for private schools that received PUBLIC funding (largely due to lack of resources for public education in the area) to maintain a secular education, even though these schools are known to reject Muslim and Jewish students and ostracize children of same-sex couples. He, Emma, and Sam discuss how far Kavanaugh and Roberts could go in dismantling secularism and bolstering the funding for hyper-religious PUBLIC institutions. Next, they look to the Kennedy case in Washington, as the Supreme Court struck down the lemon doctrine in the case of a high school football coach coercing his players into Christian prayer. They first boil it down to the legal dispute, looking at the conservative justices' rejection of the “endorsement” of religion as a violation of the establishment clause, before they look to the factual dispute, covering the blatant lies that the conservative majority based their decision on, including ignoring student statements that they were ostracized for refusing to join the prayer, the fact that the coach spent over 50 games leading these prayers, despite only being penalized for the last three, and the fact that the coach voluntarily left the job in the wake of being placed on PAID administrative leave. They wrap up their interview by diving into the rapid manner by which the conservative justices' agenda is being passed, and look at the future of their agenda and the doctrines they'll look to overturn next. Then, Matt Stoller joins as he walks through the Financial Trade Commission's declaration to enforce the Robinson-Patman act requiring corporate middlemen to be paid exclusively for services rendered, looking at the role of Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers, how they extort the industry, and what role this might play in hindering future monopsonies, which leads them to a brief discussion on the monopsony of Minor League Baseball, the role MLB's anti-trust exemption plays in this, and what is being done to push the Majors to provide living wages to the futures of their sport. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma walk through Cassidy Hutchinson's extended testimony in front of the 1/6 committee, from Trump's desire to let more armed folks into the Capitol to Mark Meadows taking phone calls in secret on the day of. Tim from Rochester discusses being a High School football player, how coaches sell you a “divine dream,” and the absurdity of the recent SCOTUS ruling around that topic. Next, they look at some early horror stories around trigger laws in Dayton Ohio, and reflect on the Terri Schiavo case some decade and a half later. Emma discusses the anemic Democratic response to Roe, the Dem Leadership's game of pretend around what the Republicans' goals for reproductive rights actually are, and the crew covers some of the stupidest arguments about the hope inspired by Dobbs. A log cabin republican is offended as his allies call him abnormal, plus, your calls and IMs! 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I've been to two baseball games watched almost the entire NBA finals and a lot of the January 6 hearings school is over I'm not so bored thoughIn this episode I talk to Justin from Nashoba Valley winery distillery brewery and restaurant. It's a great place to unwind taste great libations and take in the wonderful New England scenery in the summer. You can find all your nashoba valley winery needs at www.nashobawinery.comhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeCkS9Aj/Social Linkshttps://www.tiktok.com/@pilgrimsdigresshttps://www.facebook.com/PilgrimsDigress/https://www.instagram.com/pilgrimsdigressne/https://twitter.com/PilgrimsDigresshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pilgrims-digress/id1457453182https://open.spotify.com/show/5XuUSDpcXJgq1zjzJ0YUkb Support the show
Due to Father Anthony away in Rochester and will be back soon, this is a re-air from June 2nd and May 5th. It has been edited with additional breaks and edited at the end for time. Thank you and it will officially air on WNDZ, tomorrow June 30th. Thursday and the Two Tony's are reunited today and they reflect on all that has happened in the last few days this week. They also reflect on the signs of the times, once again on the topic of social media and how the generations of today use it and encounter it, leading to lots of differences in relationships with others. This brings to mind our conscience that (without thinking of Disney) guide us as well as God to guide us when dealing with all the stress and joy that come in life and how He won't abandon us and He will help us in our troubles. https://ststanschurch.org/
The Break Room (WEDNESDAY 6/29/22) 7am Hour Includes: 1) We had no idea that Tuesday's WHERE THEY WHININ' would spark such a debate about the town of Irondequoit... Does anyone out there have the answer? 2) This seems like an odd thing to steal considering the fact that it disappears while on your way home. 3) Is the Rochester festival scene really THAT much better than other places?
The Break Room (WEDNESDAY 6/29/22) 6am Hour Includes: 1) These aren't trick questions, so how are there this many people that don't know the basics about the country they live in? 2) Is it time to qualify this Rochester idea as a success? 3) What happens to the losing candidate?
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1947: Winds damage planes at Rochester Airport 'Suspicious device' brought to Olmsted County Government Center Hormel Institutes hopes to inspire students through STEM-based educational event Mayo Clinic and UnitedHealthcare reach network agreement Rochester's Neel set to tackle Wimbledon for a second straight year The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me the President and CEO of AJ Consulting Company, Dr. Anthony Jay. Dr. Jay earned a B.A. with a double major in Biology and Theology from Ave Maria University in Naples, Florida, where he researched HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) inhibitors. This is a repeat episode which originally aired on April 19th 2021. After college, he continued to work with virus (lentivirus) in the context of Alzheimer's disease for the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Next, Dr. Jay earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Boston University School of Medicine, researching fats, hormones, and cholesterol. Dr. Jay has also worked for 3 years as a scientific researcher at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, researching stem cells, epigenetics, and infrared light. Currently, in addition to leading AJCCo, Dr. Jay is a bestselling author of Estrogeneration. Did you know that the water from our faucet is full of birth control? In this episode, Dr. Jay reveals how he found his passion for artificial estrogens. Then, we jump into the importance of getting sunshine every single day. Not only are there loads of mental health benefits, but the UV will help break up toxins under your skin. Then, Dr. Jay talks about cholesterol and all-cause mortality, optimal vitamin D levels, and sunscreen problems. We end the conversation jumping into all things Covid, including face masks and vaccines. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Text me +1 (786) 364-5002 [00:20] About Dr. Jay + His Interest In Artificial Estrogens Jay got interested in artificial estrogens way back in college. In college, they told him the water from the faucet was full of birth control. It opened up an entire can of worms. Jay started to recognize fake estrogen chemicals all over the place. So, he compiled a top ten list of these daily exposures and wrote the book You can get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20 [03:10] The Benefits of Getting Sunshine Every Single Day There are a lot of interesting genetic risks that are dependent on sunshine and basically fixed by getting out in the sun. Sunshine will help increase your body's metabolism. The sun will also help break down toxin removal. Laser removal of tattoos is literally zapping heavy metals. Those heavy metals are in big enough chunks that your immune system cannot clear them. Sunshine will zap the large chunks of heavy metals. Even if you don't have tattoos, the UV will help you break up toxins from under your skin. Jay's favorite benefit is that it increases your body's natural production of melanotan. Plus, sunshine will help combat seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Watch the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y-1fsJbd0A [12:25] An Intriguing Study! Total Cholesterol And All-Cause Mortality There's a study called: Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study among 12.8 million adults. You can check it out here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-38461-y The research is very clear about optimal levels for total cholesterol. When you get above 200 on your cholesterol, doctors will tell you that you need statins as soon as possible. Jay takes the prescriptions and then throws them out. However, if your blood sugar's above 85, fasted, that's a threefold higher risk of heart disease. Anything above 85 is not considered optimal. Americans will come in at 95, and a cardiologist will ignore that. [16:30] The Optimal Ranges For Your Vitamin D Levels 30 – 70 or 30 – 100 are optimal ranges. The average American is at 30. As soon as you get below 50, you see associations with health issues. For instance, people will suffer from gut issues, chronic fatigue, and depression with those levels. If you are at 200, there is some risk of calcifying your arteries. Keep it between 50 and 100 for optimization. Getting in the sun will bump your levels up to 70 or 80. [19:50] The Issues With Sunscreen - How Safe Is Sunscreen? The main ingredient is oxybenzone. It's a manmade chemical, and it acts like estrogen in your body. You do not want to rub it on your skin. After one application of sunscreen, oxybenzone levels were above the government's safety levels even one week later. The government limits are absurd, anyway! Estrogen chemicals don't kill the cells because they act like estrogen. It will do a lot of weird things to the cell instead. Zinc is an excellent alternative for sunscreen. Check out the products that Dr. Jay uses: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/whatiuse.html [24:25] Dr. Jay's Favorite Ways To Optimize Your Immune System The best way to optimize your immune system is to sleep. Most people are sleep-deprived. Jay will get an hour and a half of deep sleep and an hour and a half of REM sleep. In college, Dr. Jay would sleep three hours a night. He would brag about it! Infrared lights will help you sleep way better. Also, the colder the bedroom, the deeper sleep you will get. Intermittent fasting will also help with your immune system. That way, your cells can take out the trash. Sunshine is another way to improve your immune system. Don't forget to get your skin in the sun – take those shirts off! [36:45] Why You Might Want To Think Twice About The Covid Vaccines When researchers do all these studies for pharmaceutical companies and come out with a drug, they don't actually have to release that study. When someone has an adverse reaction to a drug, the company has to release the study. With vaccines, the companies do not have to release the studies. So, the general public has not been able to see the vaccine study. We cannot see the study on the vaccine; that's a red flag. Also, this vaccine is very experimental. If the chemicals in these vaccines were in cleaning products, we wouldn't use them. [42:20] Unfortunately, The Vaccines Could Be Manipulating Your Epigenetics These vaccines could be messing with our epigenetics. There's a cool epigenetic study where they actually use electricity and zap rats every time they smell cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms smell good, but the zap gave them an aversion to the blossoms. The offspring of the rats would have a fear response to cherry blossoms. Epigenetics is super powerful. [45:30] Covid-19 In America: It's Time To Wake The [BLEEP] Up! The only positive lining in this whole Covid thing is it's woken a lot of people up to how much shenanigans goes on behind the scenes. Sadly, scientists are manipulating data. You pick your own peer reviewers – it is easily manipulated. You saw the same thing with the manipulation of Covid numbers. People should have the freedom to get the vaccines, and they should have the freedom not to get the vaccine. We should never blindly accept anything that comes out of pharmaceutical companies. [51:50] How Well Do Face Masks Even Work? Herd Immunity For The Win! If you wear the wrong type of face masks, it can disperse the droplets even more. N95 mask will help people with autoimmune conditions. In fact, they should give them away to those people. Everyone else should not wear masks. We want herd immunity! Herd immunity works, and it's successful. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out AJ Consulting: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com Follow Dr. Jay Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonygjay/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajconsultingcompany/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkiTp9kSAJ70a5cD-BbNNog Get Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20 Listen to DNA with DRJ: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/dnadrj.html Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off.
Jasna Bogdanovska @jasnalika describes her first experience with photography as magical. In this episode, she tells her story of switching from the certainty and predictability of mathematics to the wild land of art and how this change sparked and still sparks enormous personal growth. Jasna's creative process is one of exploration filled with uncertainty, unpredictability, and discomfort as well as adventure and excitement. She likens it to traveling. She says that most of her creative projects start as feelings of discomfort, concerns about social issues, and/or a generalized restlessness all of which she aspires to greet with curiosity and compassion. Listen to this inspiring conversation where we discuss fear as an invitation to be curious, failure as part of the process, and the freedom and strength that is possible when you welcome uncertainty. Link to full episode in bio. Jasna is a photographer, educator, avid traveler, and explorer of different cultures. She received both her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Fine Art Photography and her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photographic Illustration from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. Bogdanovska's artwork explores issues of femininity, culture, migration, duality, identity and heritage using various mediums such as photography, installation and video. She is widely exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions including Macedonia, Iceland, Croatia, South Korea, Bosnia, Canada and the US. As an educator, Jasna Bogdanovska has taught classes in Iceland and has created international collaborations for her students with students in Taiwan, Brazil and Canada. As an Art Director and Photographer, Jasna has worked on advertising campaigns both in the US and Europe. Notes and Resources: Geography of Bliss by Eric Weiner http://jasnabogdanovska.com/ This episode was edited and mixed by Chad Clarke
The Nats beat the Pirates 3-1 for their third straight win and their sixth victory in the past eight games. Mark & Al this time have plenty of good things to say about Patrick Corbin as he struck out a dozen Pirates in eight innings of work. It ties a career high for Corbin in terms of strikeouts, the last time he whiffed that many was back in the 2019 NLCS. (13:32) Tanner Rainey ran into some trouble, but ultimately earned his 11th save of the season. Who do you currently trust more... Rainey or Finnegan? (21:05) Yadiel Hernandez came off the bench for the game winning hit in the bottom of the 8th. It is two straight days that Washington could only bring in a runner in scoring position in the penultimate inning. Mark explains how Ehire Adrianza's presence led to the decision to have Yadiel pinch hit. (29:07) The Nationals had two minor league starts of import on Tuesday evening. Anibal Sanchez made a brief rehab start in Rochester and former 1st round pick Jackson Rutledge tossed eight Ks in Fredericksburg. Al wonders how much of a chance Anibal will have to enter the Major League rotation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
June 29, 2022 - Assemblymember Harry Bronson, a Rochester-area Democrat, joins the show to discuss his new law expanding the scope of practice for thousands of health care professionals in an attempt to expand access to mental health services in New York.
Due to Father Anthony being in Rochester this week, this is a re-air from May 31st. It has been edited for time at the end. Thank you. It's the Tuesday after Memorial Day and the Two Tony's have much to discuss more on trying to gain our sanity back and being civilized again due to all the hurt, pain, suffering, and carnage that has happened in the past week. With this in mind, Father Anthony points out that there is a rise of evil going on in the world and the Two Tony's remind us to keep our faith in God. https://ststanschurch.org/
FH: What it is, Increased Cardiovascular Risk, Ruling Out Secondary Causes, and When to Refer Guest: Alicia Mickow, APRN, C.N.P., M.S.N. (@aliann2011) Host: Stephen Kopecky, M.D. (@DrSteveKopecky) Joining us today to discuss Familial Hypercholesterolemia is Alicia Mickow, APRN, C.N.P., M.S.N., nurse practitioner at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Specific topics discussed: What is FH? What is the clinical definition? What causes FH? Polygenic vs monogenic How do we categorize FH? Clinical criteria, LDL Criteria ≥190 mg, Genetic criteria What is the Overlap Among the Different Definitions of Familial Hypercholesterolemia? When should we suspect FH? Is treatment different than what we give patients that do not have Familial Hypercholesterolemia? What is the goal of therapy FH? Are all patients with high LDL at risk for developing CAD? Connect with Mayo Clinic's Cardiovascular Continuing Medical Education online at https://cveducation.mayo.edu or on Twitter @MayoClinicCV. NEW Cardiovascular Education App: The Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME App is an innovative educational platform that features cardiology-focused continuing medical education wherever and whenever you need it. Use this app to access other free content and browse upcoming courses. Download it for free in Apple or Google stores today! No CME credit offered for this episode. Podcast episode transcript found here.
Intro: (0:00) Birdie or Bogey: (1:50) NBA Draft Recap: (6:07) ACC/B1G Challenge Matchups: (33:20) Word Association: (42:25) On This Day: (53:02) Avs Win the Stanley Cup: (57:03) Buy Tan and J-Man Show Merch! Tan and J-Man Show Store (tanandjmanshowstore.com) Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TanandJManShow/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TanandJManShow Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tanandjmanshow/ Watch all of our episodes: https://www.iscsportsnetwork.com/the-tan-and-j-man-show The Tan and J-Man Show is brought to you by The Dam Landing. The Dam Landing is a bar and grill that focuses on freshness and quality. They take the time to grind their burgers fresh every day because they know you'll taste the difference. They offer an ever-changing menu that focuses on new flavors so you will never get bored. Enjoy one of their sixteen beers on tap including a constant rotation of today's best micro brews and domestic favorites. Hand crafted cocktails are made using fresh ingredients. Take in the fantastic views of Lake Manitou in their beer garden or outdoor bar area. Whether by boat or wheels, The Dam Landing is the place to be! Located at 1305 Ewing Road in Rochester, IN The Birdie or Bogey segment is brought to you by Noble Gnome LLC, J-Man's Book It Prediction of the Week is brought to you by Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Agent, Travis Wottring, the Word Association segment is brought to you by Barbara VanWynsberghe of Proforma Print2Promo Group and the On This Day segment is brought to you by Mooney Woodcrafts.
Located in Rochester, Indiana is Lake Manitou. This mysterious lake and the surrounding area are supposedly cursed by a monster that holds supernatural powers. Settlers to the area hearing the legends in the 19th century called it “Devils Lake.” In this episode, we tell you about the legend of the Lake Manitou Monster.
It's summer and you know what that means: we're going back to the drive-in! This time, we're traveling to the Rochester Drive-In in Rochester, New York, circa 1961, for a dynamite double feature: Frankenstein 1970 (1958) and The Pit & the Pendulum (1961.) Join us for the "Giant Horror! Show"... there's even free gas for your car! Don't forget to check out the video companion on our YouTube channel. Put images to the voices... if you dare! Call us at: (616) 649-2582 That's (616) 649-CLUB or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or... ...join us in our clubhouse at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/classichorrors.club/ We'd also appreciate if you'd give us an honest rating on Apple Podcasts or SoundCloud. Thank you! Songs: Frankenstein by King Horror from the 2020 compilation, Skinhead Train: The Complete Singles Collection 1969-1970.. The Pit & the Pendulum by Rage from the 1993 album, The Missing Link Both are available on Apple Music. Our Plugs: Find Jeff at Classic Horrors Club http://classichorrors.club or... DC Comics Guy https://www.dccomicsguy.com/ or... The Reaction Shot: https://www.thereactionshot.com/ Find Richard at Monster Movie Kid: https://monstermoviekid.wordpress.com/ Special thanks to: Bill Mize: http://billmakespodcasts.com/watches/
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1922: Ford plant to be built in the Twin Cities Gold Star Families Memorial Monument in Mantorville dedicated to those who sacrificed a loved one Rochester council set to review annual audit How to understand, enjoy the new downtown Peace Plaza without getting hit by a car Pine Island gains experience, places second at Firecracker Tournament The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
In this special episode Jimmy and Roya talk to Dr. Schornack from Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota about her career, her research in scleral lenses and more...June is also scleral lens month at Try Not To Blink! Jimmy and Roya will be giving out one last promo code to receive 15% off your next pair of scleral lenses. There is also an awesome grand prize at the end of the month! Win a free Custom Stable fitting set with a free consultation with Dr. Bauer from Valley Contax.SOURCESClip program from Valley ContaxDr. Muriel Schornack: Mayo ClinicDr. Muriel Schornack: LinkedInSCOPE Educators SurveyThe SCOPE Survey presented with NKCF
More people bitching they didn't get their way including a business that was closed but stayed open for a mad customer and he wound up giving them a one star yelp review for being out of french fries! Join Jim's Patreon for 3 extra podcasts for a week for $5 a month at patreon.com/jimflorentine. Check out Jim performing live in Milwaukee, Tampa, Orlando and Rochester, NY in the next few weeks. All dates are at jimflorentine.com.
S7E167: No Zone w/ Chris Golding & Tina - Sit back, relax, and hear the more intimate side of Chris Golding (Hate Machine, Within, Sulaco, CHRMR, etc.) Sundowners and dirty dollars, pet peeves and poop schedules, Taco Bell and time traveling, Dirty Dave's and drums, chemises and crushes, we have it all in this episode! Going raw with long balls and heavy metal! *Available on your favorite streaming service* Special Thanks to: Crif Golding Tina Ringo Within, SONG: Now That I Am Hollow Sulaco, SONG: Sulakka CHRMR, SONG: Lone Wolf (Edge of Town)
Although we love bringing you as many stories from our certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioners as possible, our number one goal is always to provide you with as much value as possible. Since our listening audience is predominantly women, we wanted to bring on a special guest today, Alyce Adams (AKA the “Kegel Queen”)! In this episode, Alyce Adams, RN sheds light on a topic that is too often stigmatized. Detective Ev was not only shocked to learn about how many women deal with vaginal prolapse and urinary incotinence, but how many women (potentially needlessly) get SURGERY for these issues, not ever being told about alternative options. Even if the issues discussed today don't affect you directly, you certainly have a friend (or several) who ARE impacted. By listening, you just may be the difference between them getting surgery vs. finding natural solutions. We hope you enjoy the interview! About Alyce: Alyce Adams, RN is the Kegel Queen. Since founding KegelQueen.com in 2009, she's known as the most sought-after kegel exercise expert around the world, helping women who suffer with vaginal prolapse or urinary incontinence to avoid dangerous surgery and regain health and control of their body “down there.” She is famous for creating the Kegel Success in Minutes a Day Program, the only complete, no-devices, safe-at-home kegel exercise program created and tested by an RN. The Kegel Queen Program has reached over 3,011 women in 27 countries. Alyce has shared her kegel expertise as a guest blogger for the American College of Nurse-Midwives and a guest lecturer at Bastyr University in Seattle and the University of Rochester in New York. Most recently, she has consulted with the Stanford Biodesign Fellowship at Stanford University in California. Where to Find Alyce: KegelQueen.com There are only a FEW days left before the FDN course increases by $1000! Go to FDNtraining.com/summer to catch the last of our events or FDNtraining.com/call if you want to talk to someone to secure your spot.
Resplendent, Compassionate, Inspiring and Beautiful are some of the words often used to describe Sonja Elise Freeman, Inaugural Ms. WIBOP 2020 and Miss WIBOP Photogenic 2020, Women in Business Pageant system , who is driven by her faith in God, love for serving the community with her platform with the Diva's Diamonds: Words to Inspire, Empower and Encourage Online Empowerment Movement by sharing her gift of encouragement on Anchor.fm and Instagram Live weekly. She is the Sole Proprietor of Divine Voices Media, a multimedia production, brand marketing strategy and entrepreneurial consulting firm. She is also a critically acclaimed Off-Broadway & Broadway Producer/Star of Strength of a Woman: A Phyllis Hyman Tribute of the only Phyllis Hyman tribute approved and supported by the Hyman Family, Friends and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and former Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray of the City of New York. She is a proud HBCU 2x time PVAMU Alumna and a PVAMU Alumni Affairs 5 Year Class Reunion Ambassador at Prairie View A&M University College of Arts & Sciences, a part of the Texas A&M University system, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance with a minor in Fashion Merchandising & Design in 1991. She is a recent MBA-Executive Magna Cum Laude with a 3.75 GPA/4.0 GPA scale graduate from Prairie View A&M University College of Business Class of 2021 where she was a member of Graduate Student Organization, Toastmasters International, and National Association of Black Journalists. She also earned a Doctorate in Divinity (Honoris Causa) in 2021 from the Omega Bible Institute and Seminary in Monroe, Louisiana for 30 years of service as a Psalmist and Christian Multimedia Educator as a recording artist, radio personality, podcaster, publisher, and inspirational influencer. She completed a Women's Entrepreneurship Certification from Cornell University/Bank of America Institute, WE NYC Kauffman FastTrac Powered by Grow with Google Entrepreneurship Program in New York City, Rice University Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies in Music Business & Law, Leadership Certificate Charter Class Inspire Women Leadership Institute at the Dallas Theological Seminary in Houston, Texas, Certificate of Achievement from Fashion Institute of Technology State University of New York Beauty Essentials and Bloomberg Market Concepts Certificate from Bloomberg LP. She is competing in the Ultimate Queen WBLEP Pageant 2022 on June 16-19,2022 for the “Queen of Queens” Business Pageant within the Women Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs Pageant system and presently working with the Rhythm and Blues Preservation Society in Atlantic City, New Jersey as an Artist-in-Residence, VP and COO to get funding for recording a tribute album and documentary of her Phyllis Hyman tribute. She has a beautiful and talented 24-year-old daughter named Gabbie Gabs, an award-winning Toastmaster, Filmmaker, and Music Video Director. She is an alumna of University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Media Studies. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support
When it comes to maintaining that youthful luster, we have, over the years, concocted all manner of things - from cosmetics, dietary plans, and exercise regimes - to get the job done. But unless you've got the actual fountain of youth in your back garden or the holy grail sitting on your mantle you're probably plum out of luck when it comes to reversing the aging process completely. That being said, researchers at the University of Rochester have uncovered more evidence that the key to longevity resides instead with a simple enzyme. Vera Gorbunova, Professor of Biology and Medicine & co-director of the Rochester Aging Research Center at the University of Rochester joins Jonathan to discuss. Dr.Ruth Freeman from the SFI & Shane Bergin, Physicist & Assistant Prof in Science Education at UCD also joined Jonathan for Newsround.
Toronto Food Getaway!Mike O'Brian returns with some great Toronto Food Finds, on the latest Tales of the Getaway Guy!Plus, a question from a viewer takes Mike down memory lane to his radio days, and the inventive giveaways and promotions from when radio was king!Don't forget to 'Like' & 'Subscribe' so you don't miss an episode of "Tales of the Getaway Guy" - and if you want to contact the show, email MikeTheGetawayGuy@Gmail.com
IASD #1 Dream Doctors Host Kat Kanavos and special co-host Dr. Kimberly Mascaro interviews IASD President and Past Pres. “Dream Doctors” Dr. Angel K. Morgan, and Dr. Michelle Carr. The Past President and Current President of The International Association for the Study of Dreams 2022 Conference talk about the 2020 conference, Dream Art, Lucid Dreams, and why they are important to you in your waking life! https://iasdconferences.org/2022/ Bios: Dr. Kimberly Mascaro- For the past 20 years, Kimberly R. Mascaro, PhD, LMFT has worked in the fields of mental/behavioral health, and education. She holds a license to practice psychotherapy in the state of California, and is certified in hypnotherapy. She earned a PhD in clinical psychology in 2013 from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, a MS in counseling psychology in 2003 from Dominican University, and a BA in fine art from California State University, Sacramento in 1996. Dr. Mascaro's most recent publication is Extraordinary Dreams: Visions, Announcements and Premonitions Across Time and Place (2018); published by McFarland. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) where she will chair a “Health and Healing Dreams” Dream Panel with panel co-presenters Dr. Bhaskar Banerji and Kat Kanavos. Kim was born and raised in Northern California. https://consciouschimera.com/ Dr. Angel K. Morgan- founded Dreambridge (thedreambridge.com) in 2008. She specializes in dreams, creativity, and the connection between the two (Dream-Arts). She has worked with adults, children, teens, and parents as a Dream-Arts educator since 1995. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology after completing the Dream Studies and Creativity Studies programs at Saybrook University. A lucid dreamer, Dr. Morgan is a Board Director and Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, https://www.thedreambridge.com/dr-angel-morgan-phd Dr. Michelle Carr- is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester in New York where she works in the “Sleep Laboratory.” Michelle has been studying dreams in various sleep laboratories for the past 10 years and mainly studies the structure and functions of dreaming. – what's happening in the brain and body while we dream, and how does this influence our waking life? She also studies nightmares, and treatments for nightmares including lucid dreaming. Michelle is also developing a research network in the new field of dream engineering – using techniques and technologies to influence dreams for greater health and wellbeing. She organized a Dream x Engineering Workshop with MIT Media Laboratory in 2019, and was managing guest editor for a special issue on the topic with the journal Consciousness and Cognition. Michelle is Vice President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, and writes for Psychology Today, and other magazines. TheDreamEngineers.com https://ksqd.org/dream-engineering-with-michelle-carr-phd/ Video Version: https://youtu.be/Q3Qfc6qthwA Call in and Chat with Kat during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656 ID: 8836953587 press #. To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand Have a Question for the Show? Go to Facebook– Dreams that Can Save Your Life Facebook Professional–Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos http://kathleenokeefekanavos.com/
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1922: Wabasha posse captures two desperados Rochester's TikTok famous orthodontist opens donut shop next to his office Strickland done as Lourdes Activities Director Swim lesson backlog leaves many asking about extra space Mayo, Lourdes have players selected All-State in baseball The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
It's time to go back to an amazing episode of Founder Friday that teaches us about the power of taking risks and listening to what your heart is saying about your business. Back on episode 43 we interviewed Kathy Turiano of the multiple Good Food Award winning and roastery in Rochester, NY, Joe Bean Roasters. Joe Bean was founded in 2005 and has gone through several transformations but has always served the community through coffee and stayed true to their values in the process. In this episode you will hear all about their origins and their first transformation and I hop you will be encouraged by Kathy's example, wisdom, and insights so you too can find the courage to make a move in the right, but maybe scary, direction for your own coffee shop. Please do also listen to episode 207 where Kathy comes back to talk about hope is difficult times around the pandemic and what their latest and current iteration is. Links: www.joebeanroasters.com 207 : Hope in Difficult Times w/ Kathy Turiano of Joe Bean Coffee Roasters Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.groundcontrol.coffee www.pacficfoodservice.com
This episode is brought to you by Gut Food, ButcherBox, and Paleovalley.Heart disease is the number-one killer in the world, and it is often thought of as a cholesterol problem. When you take a closer look, however, there are other factors that drive this chronic disease that can't be fixed by the most commonly prescribed medication: statin drugs. The way you eat, how much you exercise, how you manage stress, and more all contribute to heart disease. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Aseem Malhotra, Dr. Stanley Hazen, and Dr. Cindy Geyer about why heart disease is easier to prevent than to reverse, why statins are not the answer in most cases, and how the gut microbiome is connected to heart health. Dr. Aseem Malhotra is an NHS-trained consultant, cardiologist, and visiting professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at the Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health in Salvador, Brazil. He is a pioneer of the lifestyle medicine movement in the UK and in 2018 was ranked by software company Onalytica as the number-one doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking. He is the author of, The Pioppi Diet, coauthored with Donal O'Neill, The 21-Day Immunity Plan, and, A Statin-Free Life.Dr. Stanley Hazen is both the chair of the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine at the Lerner Research Institute and section head of Preventive Cardiology & Rehabilitation at the Heart and Vascular Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. He's published more than 400 peer-reviewed articles and has over 50 patents from his pioneering discoveries in atherosclerosis and inflammatory disease. Dr. Hazen made the seminal discovery linking microbial pathways to the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease.Dr. Cindy Geyer received her Bachelor of Science and her Doctor of Medicine degrees, with honors, from the Ohio State University. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY, and is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine, and lifestyle medicine. She joined The Ultrawellness Center in 2021 after practicing and serving as the medical director at Canyon Ranch for 23 years. This episode is brought to you by Gut Food, ButcherBox, and Paleovalley.Gut Food uses the power of three critical gut-supporting components—prebiotics, probiotics, and polyphenols—and five ingredients at clinically validated dosages to help reduce inflammation, support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, improve digestion and bloating, and support mood & energy. Check it out at gutfood.com.If you sign up today, ButcherBox will give you two ribeye steaks for free in your first box—just go to butcherbox.com/farmacy.Paleovalley is offering my listeners 15% off their entire first order. Just go to paleovalley.com/hyman.Full-length episodes of these interviews can be found here:Dr. Aseem MalhotraDr. Stanley HazenDr. Cindy Geyer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
About the guestA native Wisconsinite, Elsa M. is proud to call Maryland “home” and has completely fallen in love with all the state has to offer!Prior to her move, Elsa was a TV Reporter/Anchor for ABC, 13 WHAM News, and co-host of the highest-rated morning show in the Rochester, NY market: “The Wake-Up Club” on 103.9 WDKX. She also was a reporter for WDRB, FOX 41 News in Louisville, KY, and R News in Rochester, NY. Upon moving to the DMV, Elsa co-created and co-hosted “The Intersection” - a live-streamed, studio-produced web show and podcast out of Washington, D.C. with her friend and fellow host Jeff Johnson of BET.Elsa has been honored numerous times throughout her career, receiving several awards and distinctions, including earning an Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Spot News, three Emmy nominations for hosting, winning The National Press Foundation's “Why Journalism Matters” competition, and accepting The Ralph O. Nafziger Award from the University of Wisconsin-Madison for Excellence in Journalism within 10 years of graduation (GO BADGERS!). She was also named one of the “40 Ethiopians Under 40 Changing the World” by Addis Life Magazine, one of ‘her' Magazine's Top 10 Women to Watch, and one of The Democrat and Chronicle's Top Emerging African American Leaders.In her spare time, Elsa loves working out on her Peloton each morning, trying out new vegan restaurants and recipes, painting, reading, and catching up on - you guessed it - lifestyle TV Shows!The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeElsa M on WMARTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★
The Break Room (THURSDAY 6/23/22) 7am Hour Includes: 1) They say people in this line of work are hard to come by. So what are you willing to pay when you find a good one? 2) Rochester ends up on a bad list... Unfortunately, we understand why. 3) There have to be WAY more people doing this than what this study says.
As a follow up to our recap of Day 3, we interviewed world-renowned Dr. Brad Boeve to learn more about what we know about Frontotemporal Dementia, and what we're learning through the ALLFTD Study. Dr. Brad Boeve is a professor of neurology in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science and is a consultant in the Department of Neurology and Center for Sleep Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Boeve is a co-director of the Clinical Core of Mayo's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. Dr. Boeve is recognized with the distinction of the Little Family Foundation Professorship in Lewy Body Dementia. And he is one of the three ALLFTD Principal Investigators. We loved Dr. Boeve! Enjoy the science side of our experience, you guys! Special thank you to the ALLFTD Study for their support in the creation of this series. You can support Remember Me by visiting our website www.remembermeftd.com where you can shop our merch, join re-members only or donate. You can follow us on instagram @remembermepodcast. ---- Today's sponsor is The Bluefield Project: The Bluefield Project to Cure FTD, is on a mission to support research to improve our understanding of a genetic form of Frontotemporal dementia, and to help find a cure for this devastating disease. So how can you help? If FTD runs in your family, participating in a Natural History Study, or in a therapeutic clinical trial, makes an enormous contribution. To learn more, please go to ftdregistry.org ---- Remember Me is a podcast created by two moms who became fast friends on Instagram while caregiving for their parents. It features stories of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) with a focus on remembering individuals for who they were before the disease. The stories shared are raw, real, and so full of love. We hope it inspires you to "accept the good." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rememberme/support
The good fellows from the 5ReasonSports Network and acclaimed Miami Heat podcast '5OnTheFloor' Ethan Skolnick and Coach Sean Rochester join the program to discuss offseason topics on the Heat season: Including PJ Tucker resigning, Kyle Lowry's offseason challenge from Riley, attacking 'a whale' in the free agent market. Could LeBron potentially finish his career in Miami? NBA draft night preview as Miami holds the 27th pick ahead of Thursday, and much more. Podcast is presented by BettorEdge: COURTNEY for $20 free at sign up. Don't use Ethan's code.