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Circulation on the Run
Circulation November 30, 2021 Issue

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 22:09


Please join first author Cecilia Bahit and Associate Editor Graeme Hankey as they discuss the article "Predictors of Development of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients With Embolic Stroke Of Undetermined Source: An Analysis of the RE-SPECT ESUS Trial." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center, and Duke; National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor and Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature, we're going to analyze the RE-SPECT ESUS trial. What does that pertain to? Well, you're going to have to wait and find out, but it relates to atrial fibrillation and embolic stroke. But before we get to that, how about we grab a cup of coffee and go through some of the other articles in the issue? Would you like to go first? Dr. Carolyn Lam: I sure would. Greg, we know that Chronic kidney disease is associated with adverse outcomes among patients with established cardiovascular disease or diabetes. The question is: What are the effects of Icosapent Ethyl across the range of kidney function in patients with established cardiovascular disease or diabetes from the REDUCE-IT trial? Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, Carolyn, can you remind us what was the REDUCE-IT trial? What did it encompass there? Dr. Carolyn Lam: The REDUCE-IT trial was a multicenter double-blind, placebo-controlled trial that randomized statin treated patients with elevated triglycerides, who had cardiovascular disease or diabetes, and one additional risk factor, two treatment with icosapent ethyl at 4g daily versus placebo. After a median follow up period of 4.9 years, the study drug demonstrated a 25% relative risk reduction in the primary composite endpoint of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, stroke, coronary revascularization, or unstable angina. Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, great summary of the original paper, but now this is sort of a follow-up paper. What did this paper research? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well first, remember they focused on renal function and the median baseline GFR was 75 ml/min with a range of 17 to 123 mL/min/1.73 m2. Treatment with Icosapent Ethyl led to consistent reduction in both primary and secondary composite endpoints across the baseline GFR categories. Patients with the GFR >60 treated with Icosapent Ethyl had the largest absolute, but similar relative risk reduction for the primary composite endpoint. And while patients with GFR >60 treated with Icosapent Ethyl had the highest numerical rates of atrial fibrillation of flutter and serious bleeding. The hazard ratios for atrial fibrillation flutter and serious bleeding were similar across GFR categories. In summary Icosapent Ethyl reduced cardiovascular events among patients with elevated triglycerides in a well-controlled LDL on statin therapy across a wide range of baseline renal function. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh, Carolyn. Beautiful presentation. That presentation was so good that I know you are ready for a quiz. We haven't had Carolyn's quiz in a week, so we've got to get right back to that. Dr. Carolyn Lam: No, we don't (laughs). Dr. Greg Hundley: Can you describe the primary sequelae of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh wow. Okay. So this is the syndrome where there's premature aging, there's a lot of vascular stiffening, calcification. I'm going to guess some sort of atherosclerotic consequence (laughs). Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nicely done Carolyn. Oh my goodness. I need to get you to take my ABIM recertification- Dr. Carolyn Lam: (laughing) Dr. Greg Hundley: Beautifully done. So Carolyn, this paper comes to us from Dr. Vicente Andrés from Centro Nacional De Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III, and Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome is a rare disorder characterized, just like you said, Carolyn by premature aging and death, mainly due to myocardial infarction, stroke or heart failure. The disease is provoked by progerin, a variant of lamin A expressed in most differentiated cells. Carolyn, these patients look healthy at birth and symptoms typically emerge in the first or second year of life. In assessing the reversibility of progerin induced damage, and the relative contribution of specific cell types is critical to determining the potential benefits of late treatment and to developing new therapies. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, you've really, really piqued my interest. So what did these investigators do and what did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh Carolyn, very clever design. So the authors use CRISPR-Cas9 technology to generate mice engineers to ubiquitously express progerin while lacking lain A and allowing progestin suppression in lain A restoration in a time and cell type specific manner upon CRE recombinase activation. They characterize the phenotype of these engineered mice and cross them with CRE transgenic lines to assess the effects of suppressing progestin and restoring lain A ubiquitously at different disease stages, as well as specifically in vascular smooth muscle cells and cardiomyocytes. So Carolyn, what did they find? Well, number one, like Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome patients, their engineered mice appeared healthy at birth, and progressively developed Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome symptoms, including failure to thrive, Lipodystrophy, vascular smooth muscle cell loss, vascular fibrosis, electric cardiographic anomalies and early death. Their median lifespan was 15 months versus 26 months in the wild types. Dr. Greg Hundley: Second, ubiquitous progestin suppression in lain A restoration significantly extended lifespan, when induced in six month old, mildly symptomatic mice, and even in severely ill animals aged 13 months, although the benefit was much more pronounced upon the early intervention. And then finally, Carolyn remarkably major vascular alterations were prevented and lifespan normalized in engineered Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome mice when progestin suppression and lain A restoration were restricted to: just Vascular smooth muscle cells and Cardiomyocytes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, just fascinating, but, okay. What is the clinical take home message? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. So these authors findings suggest that it is never too late to treat Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome, although the benefit is much more pronounced when progestin is targeted early in mice with mild symptoms. Also, restricting its suppression to Vascular smooth muscle cells in Cardiomyocytes is sufficient to prevent Vascular disease and normalize lifespan in mice, and therefore these data suggest that strategies to treat Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome through gene therapy or RNA therapy should consider targeting Vascular smooth muscle cells and Cardiomyocytes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh wow. Very, very cool. Well, my next paper is a basic science paper that's significant for both its methods and its results. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh wow, Carolyn, I can't wait. So tell us about this novel methodology. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, this paper is from Dr. Chang from Westlake University in Hangzhou, China, and colleagues who use a gene editing approach to efficiently institute Exon Skipping without introducing DNA double-strand breaks. So harnessing a fusion of a nuclease defective Case protein, and a cytidine deaminase, which is, we're going to abbreviate it as Targeted AID-induced mutagenesis (TAM) or base editor three (BE3), their approach precisely edited conserved guanines at splice sites, thus abrogating Exon recognition resulting in a programmable skipping of the targeted Exons. Isn't that neat? Dr. Greg Hundley: Yeah, it really is sophisticated Carolyn, wow. So what did they do using these methods? Dr. Carolyn Lam: A novel mirroring model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy was generated, which recapitulated many cardiac defects observed in the human form of the disease, including dilated cardiomyopathy, reduced left ventricular function and extensive cardiac fibrosis. Using this model, they examined the feasibility of using a cytidine base editor to install Exon Skipping and rescue the dystrophic cardiomyopathy in vivo. A single dose administration of an Adenovirus 9EtAm, instituted over 50% targeted Exon Skipping in the Chengdu muscular dystrophy transcripts and restored up to 90% dystrophin in the heart. And as a result, early ventricular remodeling was prevented and cardiac and skeletal muscle function were improved, leading to an increased lifespan of the mice. Despite gradual decline of the Adenovirus vector and base editor expression, the dystrophin restoration and pathophysiological rescue of muscular dystrophy lasted for at least a year. And so this technique really has the potential to be applied to monogenic human diseases, to modulate Exon Skipping or inclusion. Isn't that cool? Dr. Greg Hundley: Absolutely, Carolyn. Beautifully explained. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, let me end by sharing what else is in today's issue. There's a Perspective piece by Dr. Alexander on “Chest Pain Redux: Updated and Patient Centered.” There is an In Depth paper by Dr. Kroemer on NAD plus metabolism in cardiac health, aging and disease. And there's a Research Letter by Dr. Shepherd on sudden death in female athletes, with insights from a large regional registry in the United Kingdom. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good, Carolyn. What a great issue. Now, how about we get to that feature discussion? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Let's go, Greg. Dr. Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners to our feature discussion today on this November 30th. And we have with us Dr. Cecilia Bahit from Rosario, Argentina and our own associate editor, Dr. Graeme Hankey from Perth, Australia to talk to us about a paper pertaining to Atrial Fibrillation. Welcome to you both, and Cecilia, we'll start with you. Could you describe for us a little bit of the background information that went into formulating your study, and then what hypothesis did you want to address? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: Thank you for the invitation. So we all know that embolic stroke of undetermined source, which is called ESUS isn't just a subset of cryptogenic stroke, and is associated with stroke recurrence about 3-6% per year. And on the other hand, we know that continuous cardiac monitoring in this patient population shows that atrial fibrillation can be detected between 10% at six months or 30% at three years. So the underlying atrial fibrillation may be a mechanism for the recurrent thromboembolic stroke in this patient population. So we know that prior studies have identified some predictors of atrial fibrillation in these patients. And if we are able to identify which patients could benefit from cardiac monitoring and have a higher yield to detect atrial fibrillation, we could do a better job at treating them. So, that was our idea behind the paper. So using the RE-SPECT ESUS trial, which was a trial that included patient with ESUS stroke and were randomized to the bigger trend versus Aspirin, we look at predictors of atrial fibrillation unassociated regarding stroke. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And so, now was this a sub-study here and maybe define for us a little bit, your study design and specific study population. Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So this was a secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial that as mentioned it was not a sub-study, it was a secondary analysis. We thought all along to do it because of the interest of the clinical question. We look at the total patient population was 5,390 patients. And we looked at those patients who developed atrial fibrillation during the 19 months of follow-up. And it was 7.5%, 403 patients developed atrial fibrillation. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. And what were your results? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So, as I mentioned, we saw that 7.5% of our patient population developed atrial fibrillation during the follow-up. And we know those patients were older, were like, have higher morbidities, and we assessed, we did an one variable analysis and then a multi-variable analysis, trying to identify predictors for atrial fibrillation. And for our model, we identified different predictors, older age, hypertension, lack of diabetes, and higher body mass index, were independent predictors of atrial fibrillation. So the patients who have atrial fibrillation have a higher recurrence of stroke, it was 7.2 versus four, compared to those that did not have atrial fibrillation. Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So I think there's an important part, that 20% of the patient population of the overall trial, this is a little more than a thousand patients, had NT-prob measure at baseline. And when we included this biomarker into the model, only older age and NT-prob were independent predictors of atrial fibrillation. In addition, even though this was not the objective of this analysis, we look at the treatment effect of the bigger trend. And even though we saw that there was a statistical benefit of the bigger trend versus Aspirin in the higher group of these in our score, the overall treatment effect was not there. So we couldn't assess the fact that the bigger trend was better compared to Aspirin in patient with atrial fibrillation, but of course the numbers were very small. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. Thank you so much for that wonderful description. And Graeae, now we'll turn to you as associate editor for us at Circulation, and also the editorialist on this particular paper. What caught your attention about this particular study and the results from the many papers that really come across your desk. Dr. Graeme Hankey: Thank you, Greg. And congratulations to Cecilia and her RE-SPECT ESUS colleagues. I mean, this is a landmark study, the RE-SPECT ESUS study, and just to go back, embolic stroke of undetermined source is really common. About one in four ischemic strokes, we don't know the cause of, and it's one of the major subtypes of cryptogenic stroke is an embolic ischemic stroke in which the source could have come from the heart or the aortic arch or the carotids. And we're not really sure. And we think that some of these patients have occult atrial fibrillation, but we can't pick it up at the time. So one way is to try and monitor them with prolonged ECG monitoring. And another way is to actually treat them with anticoagulation because we know that, that's more effective in people with cardio embolic stroke. And so RE-SPECT ESUS and NAVIGATE ESUS used the latter strategy and said, let's see if treating people with ESUS with anticoagulation is more effective than antiplatelet therapy. Dr. Graeme Hankey: And both studies were not significant in terms of showing that Dabigatran or Parovarian for NAVIGATE ESUS was more effective than antiplatelet therapy. So we're left now with this default that all patients with ESUS just get Aspirin, but we have a hunch that some of them actually have cardiogenic embolism and are being undertreated with Aspirin and need anticoagulation. So it's a heterogeneous entity, but we're treating it homogeneously with a sort of weak antiplatelet. So we want to try and find out who's going to get AF or who's already got it that is occult. And this study is a really great and prospective study with 5,000 patients as Cecilia said, who of whom 7% did develop AF just through annual ECG reporting and just with symptom reporting. And that's probably an under report. You know, if they'd had monitoring, they probably would've found about 20 or 30% would've developed AF during that time of 19 months follow up. Dr. Graeme Hankey: And it's the first study to really then show that not just the AF people had a higher stroke rate, but in that group who they predicted to be at high risk of AF with older age and the NT-prob, that the high risk group had a significant reduction with Dabigatran versus Aspirin in that high risk group. It's just, when you look for hetero homogeneity or heterogeneity across the risk groups, it wasn't quite significant. And that might be because it's not significant or it might be that study was underpowered to look at those three, across those three risk subgroups. And also it might be a bit confounded because of it, the patients weren't randomized according to their risk status for AF, they were just randomized, whether they had ESUS, so it's further excited us that there might be a subgroup who needs anticoagulation. And that's why the ARCADIA trial is ongoing now, looking at where the people with ESUS who have high risk of AF benefit from a apixaban versus aspirin. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And so, with these results that we have here, maybe come back to Cecilia, what do you think would be the next series of studies that needs to be performed in this area of research? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: Well, there's one side that's ongoing as Dr. Hankie mentioned, but I think we should be able to identify which patients have a higher risk of atrial fibrillation and those patients who use cardiac monitoring for long term to identify atrial fibrillation and to treat properly. So I think that would be key in this area. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And Graeae, what are your thoughts? Dr. Graeme Hankey: Yes. Well, one way is to have our ESUS patients have prolonged ECG monitoring by implantable loop recorders, for example, and then those who develop AF randomizing them to anticoagulation versus antiplatelet therapy. Although if they declare themselves with AF they're usually just go straight onto anticoagulation therapy. So the burning question is, in these people with ESUS who haven't declared themselves as AF, but have predictors of AF like those shown in RESPECT ESUS, like older age, high blood pressure, high BMI ,prob, and perhaps echo features, like left atrial size or ECG features like lots of premature atrial contractions or P wave of abnormalities. Dr. Graeme Hankey: Are these, the subgroups or even LV dysfunction, are these subgroups who need to be more specifically targeted in a randomized trial rather than the whole group of ESUS. And also with longer follow up. NAVIGATE ESUS stopped after 11 months. The bigger RESPECT ESUS stopped after a median follow up of 16 months and the curves were diverging. Maybe with five years follow up, a lot of these people would've developed AF and would've benefited from longer term anticoagulation, but the trials were stopped early, because there wasn't a signal of benefit and there was an early risk of bleeding with anticoagulation. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. Well listeners, this has been a really interesting study and we want to thank Cecilia and Graeme for sharing results of the RESPECT ESUS study, highlighting that, in patients with embolic stroke of undetermined source, atrial fibrillation occurs and is a possible source of this stroke, and then also older age, and elevation of NT-prob can be associated with development of atrial fibrillation, subsequent to that stroke event. Dr. Greg Hundley: Well listeners, we want to wish you a great week. And on behalf of Carolyn and myself, look forward to catching you next week on The Run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more visit ahajournals.org.

“54 Days of Roses”
Day 37 - Joyful Mysteries in Thanksgiving

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 30:09


Hello Family, Thank you for joining today's Rosary Prayer. This is day 37 of our 54-day Rosary Novena.Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating. Also, If you have found our podcast to be a blessing in your life, would you please help us pay it forward? We want to continue praying for those in need of prayers. Our goal is to raise $3,000; we will use this amount to produce season 6.  The following season would start February 23- April 17, ending on Easter Sunday. Any financial offering is kindly received. Beyond Monetary Support, you can help us pay it forward by continuing to share the podcast with your friends and loved ones.  Would you please pay it forward by donating on our website at www.54daysofroses.comVenmo: @Novena54daysofrosesZelle: Prayers@54daysofroses.comThank you for your support, love, and generosity!Day 37 Joyful Mysteries in ThanksgivingToday, We're praying the Joyful Mysteries in Thanksgiving for our petitions.  Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, we offer you this Rosary Prayer in TThanksgiving for your intercession with Jesus Christ our Lord as we pray for Mental Health.O Most Blessed Virgin Mary, we turn our hearth to your son, our father, on this day of Thanksgiving. Loving Father, we pause to remember how grateful we are for all you have blessed us with this past year. Thank you for being with us in our joys and sorrows. Thank you for your comfort in our sadness. Thank you for your companionship in our loneliness. Thank you for our Family and friends, for our health in mind, body, and spirit. Blessed Mother, we pray for the intentions that we hold deep in our hearts. We pray for those listening to this rosary prayer.  We pray for our Family on Instagram, Clubhouse, and Youtube. We pray for Gina, Marily, Amanda, Ann, Xiomara, Rose, Reshma, Angela, Clare, Nate, Andrea, Katie, Kaluba, Kelvin, Rosario, Casey, Julia, Kayla, Carolyn. With Love,Maritza MendezWebsite:https://www.54daysofroses.com/Support our Ministry:https://www.54daysofroses.com/payitforwardInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/54daysofroses/Audio Engineerhttps://conceptualpodcasting.com/podcastsThe song "Meditation 2" created by Patrick Buddehttps://www.patrickbudde.com

RotoGraphs Fantasy Baseball
The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 988 – Outfield Debates Pt. 1

RotoGraphs Fantasy Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:21


Paul and Justin discuss the latest news including Verlander, DeSclafani, Alcantara, and more before diving into OF discussions with O'Neill, Rosario, Baddoo, and others.

Parlons-Nous
Les auditeurs réagissent au témoignage de Frédérique

Parlons-Nous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 25:52


Le fils de Sonia a intégré une classe ULIS est s'est très bien adapté. Nathalie est enseignante en classe ULIS et souhaite apporter son regard de professionnel pour aiguiller Frédérique. Le fils de Rosario souffre aussi de dysphasie et souhaite soutenir Frédérique. Chaque soir, en direct Caroline Dublanche accueille les auditeurs pour 2h30 d'échanges et de confidences. Pour participer, contactez l'émission au 09 69 39 10 11 (prix d'un appel local) ou sur parlonsnous@rtl.fr .

Street Shots Photography Podcast

(image courtesy of shane balkowitsch) Antonio and Ward speak with North Dakotan photographer/ambrotypist Shane Balkowitsch. In 2012, Shane started his photographic journey using the almost forgotten technique known as the "Wet Plate Collodion" process. This 1851 process which applies pure silver onto glass or tin, wet plate collodion photography is an arduous technique requiring patience and skill resulting in a unique, one-of-a-kind archival image. Because exposures often exceed ten seconds, Shane describes the images he captures as "moving stills." The Street Shots guys talk to Shane not so much about the "how" of the wet plate process but more of the "why" of wet plates. They also dive into his many projects and his cultivation of a creative community surrounding his purpose-built daylight studio on the plains of North Dakota. This is surely a conversation for the ages. In Ancient Greek, the word Ambrotype is translated as "Immortal Impression." Check out a gallery of Shane's work here: http://streetshots.photography/2021/11/15/street-shots-ep-147-the-ambrotypist/   Show Links: Shane's Website, documentary on Amazon Prime and latest book, "Northern Plains Native Americans: A Modern Wet Plate Perspective" The Penumbra Foundation, an alternate photographic process institution in NYC Antonio M. Rosario's Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page Ward Rosin's Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page. Ornis Photo Website  Subscribe to us on: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music iHeart Radio      

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
Feliz Cumpleaños a Beatriz Del Rosario Santana

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 1:35


Envía tu fecha de cumpleaños a radioebenezerrd@gmail.com

Conversations With Ollie Mac
Part 2 Afghanistan: A Veteran's Perspective with Stephanie Rosario

Conversations With Ollie Mac

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 52:06


As the withdrawal from Afghanistan is still occurring and the media is giving it a lot coverage, Ollie Mac welcomes Operation Iraqi and Enduring Freedom veteran Stephanie Rosario. Stephanie joins Ollie Mac and gives her thoughts, feelings, and opinions regarding the Afghanistan withdrawal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/conversationswitholliemac/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswitholliemac/support

Talkhouse Podcast
Rosario Dawson with Talia Lugacy

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 47:06


On the latest episode of the Talkhouse Podcast, longtime friends and collaborators Rosario Dawson and Talia Lugacy sit down for a chat, on the occasion of the release of their latest film together, This is Not a War Story, the moving drama about combat trauma which Lugacy wrote, directed and stars in and Dawson executive produced. In a wide-ranging conversation, the two started off by talking about the recent tragic death of Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust and how it connects with persistent problems in both indie and studio filmmaking, and moved on to touch on everything from the human aspect of cinema, art as therapy and Rosario's thoughts on directing, to their time as teenagers at the Lee Strasberg Institute with Scarlett Johansson and Hayden Christensen, the changing of the guard that is currently taking place in Hollywood, and the journey they have taken together, both creatively and personally. For more filmmakers talking film and TV, visit Talkhouse at talkhouse.com/film. Subscribe now to stay in the loop on future episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast. This episode was produced by Melissa Kaplan. The Talkhouse Podcast theme music is composed and performed by the Range.

Roy Smalley's Chin Music
The Series and Rosario

Roy Smalley's Chin Music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 37:35


Roy Smalley, Lavelle Neal and Jim Souhan talk Series and former Twins Hall credentials. Thanks to Memorial Blood Centers (https://www.mbc.org/,) 11 Wells Distillery & Cocktail Room (https://www.11wells.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association (https://propane.com/) - “Clean American Energy”, Bettor Edge (https://www.bettoredge.com/ - Promo Code "CHIN" for $10 free) & Pizza Luce (https://pizzaluce.com/)

RunChats with @RonRunsNYC
Julieta Liebhoff - From Chopped Champion to Boston Marathon Finisher | RunChats Ep.58

RunChats with @RonRunsNYC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 94:57


Julieta Liebhoff has been under the brightest of lights and pressure to perform on Chopped on the Food Network and came out the champion! Working as a private chef & caterer for discerning—and sometimes demanding—A-List clients prepared her well. As a mom of three, she has to be a master juggler and running is what keeps her grounded and adds tremendous balance to her life. She recently lived out her dream, running a PR at the 125th Boston Marathon! At the age of 7, growing up in Rosario, Argentina, she began spending a lot of time in the kitchen & garden with her mom, watching her make breads & pastas from scratch, helping her trim the basil leaves to make pesto. She developed her deep connection with food, learned lots of recipes, and honed her knife skills. We discuss: playing sports as a kid, the value of team sports, traveling, experiencing other cultures, food, wine, coming to NYC, getting started at Balthazar, becoming a private Chef, her Chopped appearance, finding running & triathlons after becoming a mom, her experience of a lifetime at Boston, how her creativity sparks on runs, and community service, including volunteering at local races and donating her Chef services for NJ/NY charities. I'm so INSPIRED by Julieta's journey and look forward to seeing what's next for her! As a fellow foodie and wine lover, I enjoyed this one immensely! I hope you all enjoy this convo as much as we did! If you enjoy the episode, it would mean the world to me if you would rate the podcast or write a review and share feedback wherever you get your podcast groove on. Connect With Julieta: Instagram: @juliechefnyc Website: https://www.juliechef.com Connect With Ron: Personal Instagram: @ronrunsnyc Podcast Instagram: @runchats_with_ronrunsnyc Facebook: https://fb.me/runchats Website: https://ronrunsnyc.com ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: david@inpostmedia.com Social: @_margittai © 2021 Ron Romano

Cleveland Baseball Talk Podcast
Amed Rosario found his comfort zone and became an important piece for Cleveland in 2021

Cleveland Baseball Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 22:16


Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga break down how Rosario went from the outfield back to shortstop and made himself an important part of Cleveland's lineup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Protractor Podcast
Rosario Mannino - Architect Led Design Build Firm

Protractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 54:00


Guest: Rosario Mannino from @rsmannino ... In this episode Rosario shares stories and tips from his experience in growing his architect led design build  firm. Here's a sampling of what's inside this episode. ... “If you want to be an architect, get a job as a framer first.” … “Use social media to get your voice out there. Share these these things on social: -Who we are. -What we do. -Why we do it.” … “Everything comes down to relationships.” … “Read. Read a lot. I am where I am today because of all the books and mentors I've had.” … “Have multiple checking accounts for your business.” … Be passionate about what you are doing. Have the hunger. Just own it.” … And much, much more! ... Listen to the episode and share it with others. I know that you will be blessed! ... You can get this episode by clicking the link in our profile and following it to the podcast. Or go to your favorite podcast player like iTunes, Spotify… Etc.   ... #contractingsimplifiedpodcast  #contractingsimplified  #contractor  #contractorresourceguide  #architect  #businessresources  #contractormarketing  #remodeling  #designbuild  #contractingsimplifiedpodcast  #martinholsinger #rosariomannino #rsmannino 

SideDish
And Now for Something Completely Different

SideDish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 37:54


The guys discuss Halloween candies, potato chips and Dairy Queen.   On the new openings/businesses Chick Fil-A is reopening at the end of November, Moe's Bagels has its sign, Eric raves about Rosario's and the public is invited to provide input on the Fair Grounds Master plan.Mentions includeMoe's BagelsChick Fil-ADairy QueenRosario'sThanks to Andy Eppler for "Nothing but the Rain" as our IntroSend Off MusicThanks to David Cutter Music for "Float Away"

Journey Church Podcast
Flying Standby | Charlie Rosario

Journey Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 32:12


The weekly podcast of Journey Church, led by Pastor JJ Vasquez

Journey Forward with Joree Rose
Andrea Rosario: It's All Connected

Journey Forward with Joree Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 45:33


I love this conversation with Andrea Rosario, who is a functional medicine doctor, and a functional neurologist, and is passionate about helping women get out of the constant cycle of flight/flight and help them cultivate more rest to reset their body to a place of calm. She takes a whole approach to health, and is more interested in the interconnectivity of the brain and body, rather than just the symptoms a client is presenting. Andrea's unique approach to helping people heal is to connect them to nature as a role model for self-care. Each season presents a different way of being present from shedding what's unnecessary, to retreat and resting, to growth and creativity, and finally to celebrate and play.   About Andrea: Dr. Andrea Rosario, DC, DACNB, is a functional neurologist and functional medicine doctor. In her private practice, she helps people with chronic, complicated conditions to discover the root cause of their suffering and guides their recovery with natural solutions. Through her online outreach at Teach Them Well, she teaches specifically on the topic of helping burnt out women escape “fight or flight” and reset their body chemistry for calm. https://www.teachthemwell.com/   https://www.facebook.com/teachthemwell https://www.instagram.com/teachthemwellcourses/

Star Wars Stuff Podcast
(SPOTIFY VIDEO) LIVE Halloween Special! Hallowed memories, more Hayden, Hasbro, Sasha, Favreau, IATSE, DUNE, O'Shea, Rosario and much more!

Star Wars Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 77:16


Halloween memories, favorite and not so favorite candy lol. Anakin Skywalker officially in the Ahsoka series! Hasbro Pulse Con 2021. Haslab RANCOR! Sasha Banks not coming back for Mando S3 Jon Favreu's birthday! IATSE work stoppage avoided DUNE O'Shea Jackson Jr. speaks! Rosario Dawson apparently working on the Ahsoka series in December. intro and outro music: Star Wars: Duel of the Fates | Retro Halloween by L'Orchestra Cinématique Please help the podcast and type out a review and give us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and now also on Audible! Email us your questions, comments, random thoughts, anything you want to share with us at starwarsstuffpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Starwarsstuffpodcast2187 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StarWarsstuffPodcast TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/gTr8Pg/ TWITTER - @STUFFpod INSTAGRAM - @starwarsstuffpodcast FACEBOOK - STAR WARS stuff group and Star Wars stuff Podcast page Stuffpodcastnetwork.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/star-wars-stuff-podcast/message

Star Wars Stuff Podcast
LIVE Halloween Special! Hallowed memories, more Hayden, Hasbro, Sasha, Favreau, IATSE, DUNE, O'Shea, Rosario and much more!

Star Wars Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 77:54


Halloween memories, favorite and not so favorite candy lol. Anakin Skywalker officially in the Ahsoka series! Hasbro Pulse Con 2021. Haslab RANCOR! Sasha Banks not coming back for Mando S3 Jon Favreu's birthday! IATSE work stoppage avoided DUNE O'Shea Jackson Jr. speaks! Rosario Dawson apparently working on the Ahsoka series in December. intro and outro music: Star Wars: Duel of the Fates | Retro Halloween by L'Orchestra Cinématique Please help the podcast and type out a review and give us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and now also on Audible! Email us your questions, comments, random thoughts, anything you want to share with us at starwarsstuffpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Starwarsstuffpodcast2187 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StarWarsstuffPodcast TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/gTr8Pg/ TWITTER - @STUFFpod INSTAGRAM - @starwarsstuffpodcast FACEBOOK - STAR WARS stuff group and Star Wars stuff Podcast page Stuffpodcastnetwork.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/star-wars-stuff-podcast/message

Fuera de Tiempo
Entrevista | Lucio Guberman en Fuera de Tiempo

Fuera de Tiempo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 15:58


Diego Genoud (@otro_perodista) charló con Lucio Guberman, politólogo, profesor de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario y de la Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos y analista de EcoGo Consultores, sobre el panorama político a dos semanas de las elecciones generales.

Emprendu Podcast
CMS Rodriguez Azuero: Sergio Rodríguez Azuero

Emprendu Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 31:46


En 1980 y tras el sueño de uno de los abogados más reconocidos del país, nació Rodríguez Azuero Asociados; una empresa familiar dedicada a prestar servicios legales. Fue así, como Sergio Rodríguez Azuero, quien era reconocido por haber sido Gerente de la Asociación Bancaria, Vicepresidente del banco Colpatria, y profesor del Rosario desde 1972, construía la que hoy es considerada como una de las firmas más destacadas en Colombia. En 2017 la compañía se integró a CMS, una de las principales firmas de abogados internacionales; pasando a ser una firma full service que hace parte del Top 10 a nivel global.

Street Shots Photography Podcast

  Stephen Shore said in a YouTube video that he wants to take photos that "feel like seeing, just the way when people write they use a different language than they use when they speak." Antonio and Ward invited their fellow Unusual Collective brother-in-light, David Szweduik to riff off of Shore's statement and see how it relates to their work and photography in general.  Photo gallery can be seen here: http://streetshots.photography/2021/10/30/street-shots-ep-146-word-up/   Show Links:   David Szweduik's Website and Instagram feed Dave's Adventures in Creativity Stories Podcast Site and Instagram feed Antonio M. Rosario's Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page Ward Rosin's Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page. Ornis Photo Website  Stephen Shore MoMA YouTube Playlist   Buy us a Coffee!   Subscribe to us on:   Apple Podcasts   Google Podcasts   Spotify   Amazon Music   iHeart Radio  

En Perspectiva
Los Ojos de Rosario - Caminata por la Ciudad Vieja en el marco de arquitecturas eclécticas

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 3:28


Los Ojos de Rosario - Caminata por la Ciudad Vieja en el marco de arquitecturas eclécticas by En Perspectiva

En Perspectiva
Los Ojos de Rosario - 43° Feria Internacional del Libro

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 5:08


Los Ojos de Rosario - 43° Feria Internacional del Libro by En Perspectiva

StribSports Daily Delivery
A huge Timberwolves win at Milwaukee; Glen Perkins on Eddie Rosario; Loons in danger

StribSports Daily Delivery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 28:44


Introduction: Host Michael Rand dissects the Timberwolves' big 113-108 victory on Wednesday night in Milwaukee. You'll hear postgame comments from Anthony Edwards and head coach Chris Finch postgame as well as a "voicemail" from Star Tribune beat writer Chris Hine with all the key points of the game. The Wolves' Big Three came up big at various moments, and their defensive rebounding was much better with Jarred Vanderbilt in the starting lineup. 11:00: Former Twins pitcher Glen Perkins joins the show to talk about his old teammate Eddie Rosario and all the success he is having in the playoffs. It's a great perspective not only about what makes Rosario great but also about why the Twins weren't necessarily wrong to let him go. 23:00: Minnesota United lost precious ground in the MLS playoff race when it lost 2-1 in Vancouver on Wednesday, after which head coach Adrian Heath had pointed comments about the team's defense. With just two games left in the season, the Loons are on the outside looking in.

The Just Baseball Show
89 | The World Series Mailbag

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 53:04


Peter, Jack, and Aram answer questions left on the Just Baseball Instagram and Twitter! 1. With Morton being out for the rest of the Postseason do the Braves still have the pitching edge over the Astros? - bignate2144 on Instagram 2. Hypothetical Question: Would you rather lose Morton for the series and win Game 1, or would you rather lose Game 1 and have Morton available for Games 4 & 7? Interested to see how much stock you put in a Game 1 win vs Morton's value for this team in this series - Bradley Hindsman on Twitter 3. Umps have been under fire a lot more this year for a lot of bad calls. But the hot topic in the playoffs was a lot of shaky calls went to the Dodgers and not to the Braves or Giants. Do you think it was “on purpose” or coincidence? - Lildj228 on Twitter 4. Does the MLB season start on time this season with the MLB and MLBPA being so far apart? - itsdanielanderson on Instagram 5. With Bullpens being a huge focus this playoff, how did the Nationals manage to win the WS with no bullpen and why can't teams replicate that? - Kazim Hall on Twitter 6. What's the single-most rewatchable World Series or playoff game? - Javy 7. What do the braves do with the outfield after this season? They have Acuna, Duval, Joc, Soler, Rosario, Heredia, and Ozuna with his issues if he ever comes back. - nathan.gamer.13 on Instagram 8. Which stadium would you most rather watch a game 7 at? - aiden.penner on Instagram Use Code "fadejack" for 15% off Just Baseball Merch: https://justbaseball-merch.myshopify.com/ New Post-Season T-Shirt: https://pillboxbatco.com/products/just-baseball-t-shirt-navy?_pos=1&_sid=43b6ae6f3&_ss=r Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @aramleighton8, @jack_mcmullen11 Please leave a five-star review and a written note if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts!

BaseballBiz
World Series 2021 Game 1 - Coach Cobb & Mark review + Silver Slugger nominees

BaseballBiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 25:54


Coach Cobb talks World Series & Adam Duvall plus Silver SluggersTommy & Jimmy prep for the gameWorld Series games when and where they are being broadcastSilver Slugger award nominees – strong showing with Toronto Blue Jays, Houston & Atlanta7:40 Time Stamp for Coach Cobb interviewCoach Cobb visits and we talk about game 1 and the World SeriesThe Braves are loose as a goose in game 1Jorge Soler returns from Covid with first AB Home Run on the 3rd pitch of the gameMinute Maid turns silentAdam Duvall hits a rocket home runWhat happened to Framber ValdezPundits continue to discount the Braves and sing praises of AstrosBraves .800 winning average in last 25 gamesOzzie Albies – stealing bases while Altuve and Albies making major league playsCharlie Morton and d'Arnaud combinationGurriel hit bounces off Charlie Morton's league and continues to pitch striking out Playing with injuries legends, bloody socks, Curt Schilling Astros, Jake Odorizzi – impressive outingFriday will be rocking night in AtlantaFreeman brings a friendly nature to first baseBraves are on a roll and destined to win 2022 season – will there be one will there be DH across both leaguesWho will be sitting out without a DHSpecial thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"Always a pleasure to speak with Coach CobbYou can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter

En Perspectiva
Los Ojos de Rosario - Remodelación Estadio Centenario - 2da parte

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 5:50


Los Ojos de Rosario - Remodelación Estadio Centenario - 2da parte by En Perspectiva

Hablemos Escritoras
Episodio 278: Rompiendo fronteras - Rita Wirkala

Hablemos Escritoras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 49:08


Rita Wirkala nació en Argentina y al comienzo de la dictadura militar migró a Brasil y después a los Estados Unidos. Estudió música en la Universidad de Rosario, llegando a ser oboísta de dos orquestas sinfónicas y completó una maestría y doctorado en literatura española en la Universidad de Washington. Ha escrito muchos libros sobre la enseñanza del español y es especialista en cuentística medieval. Forma parte de una generación de escritoras que les escribe a los jóvenes. Fue finalista en Books into Movies Award. En 2011 gana el Premio International Latino Book Award.

Twins Daily Podcast
Twins Spotlight: Episode 37 (Kala'i Rosario)

Twins Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 35:29


Seth chats with Minnesota Twins 2020 fifth-round draft pick and outfield prospect Kala'i Rosario. The Twins Daily choice for 2021 short-season Hitter of the Year discussed growing up and playing ball in Hawaii, getting drafted, his professional debut and much more. See TwinsDaily.com for more. 

The Chris Rose Rotation
World Series preview with Miguel Rojas & Lucas Giolito

The Chris Rose Rotation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 41:45


Go to https://www.getroman.com/JOMBOY now to get $15 off your first month Co-hosts Miguel Rojas and Lucas Giolito join Chris to break down everything about the World Series match up between the Braves and Astros, they talk who has the advantage pitching wise, who can stay hot between Alvarez and Rosario and also discuss Ryan Tepera's comments during the ALDS about the Astros

Locked On Indians - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Indians
Biggest Offseason Loss in a Decade: Ruben Niebla

Locked On Indians - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Indians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 34:05


1) The Indians traded future NLCS MVP to the Braves in July for basically cash savings. We discussed why this was still the right move. Also, while there are reasons people can be upset with the Dolans ownership. The Rosario situation is not one at all. 2) Ruben Niebla looks like he is leaving from the Indians to the Padres. We will explain why this is likely the worst news of the offseason. Why bringing back Terry Francona might have cost the Indians their pitching pipeline. 3) Silver Slugger Finalists are announced. One last sleeper to talk about. A deeper look into my sleepers and how I came up with the list.  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mason & Ireland
HR 1: QBR?

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 49:27


Reaction Monday the Dodgers got eliminated by the Braves on Saturday. Mason is not a fan of how the Dodgers season ended but ‘understands' the plan the Dodgers laid out. Do you agree? Also, we take an early spin to the WHEEL OF QUESTIONS . Plus we take your calls about the Dodgers decision making, pitching to Rosario, the bullpen, Friedman/Roberts plan, etc. And Mason is now solidly out of last place in his fantasy football league and his eyebrow is safe! What is QBR? Mason and Greg argue over the validity of QBR.

En Perspectiva
Los Ojos de Rosario - Remodelaciones en el Estadio Centenario

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 4:05


Los Ojos de Rosario - Remodelaciones en el Estadio Centenario by En Perspectiva

Nueva Vida 97.7FM
La Navidad con Mario Rosario.

Nueva Vida 97.7FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 18:29


La Navidad con Mario Rosario.

StribSports Daily Delivery
Patrick Reusse on Fleck's surging Gophers, MVP Eddie Rosario, volleyball, Wolves and Wild

StribSports Daily Delivery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 38:32


Columnist Patrick Reusse joins host Michael Rand for a look back at the weekend in sports as only they can provide. 3:00: Even without the Vikings playing, it was a busy weekend -- including another impressive win by P.J. Fleck's Gophers football team. Minnesota is now 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the Big Ten, good enough for a tie atop the West standings. With two more winnable games on the horizon before a showdown with Iowa, it's Ok to think big. 11:00: Former Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario was named MVP of the National League Championship Series with Atlanta and will now play in the World Series for the first time. Reusse weighs in on all that makes Rosario great. 20:00: Reusse watched the Gophers volleyball team over the weekend and was concerned about a certain level of slippage from that program. Then the final three sets against Ohio State assuaged those fears. 28:00: The Wolves are 2-0 and playing defense (at least so far). The Wild is 4-1 even after a clunker on Sunday. There's plenty to like from both.

Thoughts from the Couch Podcast
Intuition vs. Anxiety to Make Decisions with Josie Rosario, LMSW

Thoughts from the Couch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 48:31


Have you ever tried to listen to your gut instinct but you ignore it because fear steps in and you assume it's just anxiety talking to you? Perhaps you've been searching for clarity on how to separate fear from your intuition.  If so, this episode is for you! I spoke with a licensed therapist and business coach Josie Rosario, LMSW @joserosarionyc who combines spirituality with mental health to support her community in enhancing their mind-body connection.  Tune in to hear her immense wisdom on how to lean into our intuition when making decisions.  This episode dives into:  Defining intuition, how our body holds and communicates knowledge, and how anxiety can get in the way. The importance of building a connection to your body in order to build intuition and practices to begin. The importance of cultivating spirituality on your own terms in order to develop intuition. The role family of origin plays in our belief systems can impede our ability to listen to our intuition. Guest Info: Connect with Josie Rosario, LMSW on Instagram @josierosarionyc or her website here.  Resources Mentioned:  Creating Your Personal Wellness Routine Freebie! 6 Signs Your Perfectionism is Getting in the Way of Your Happiness Freebie! Join my email list here! Podcast Disclaimer

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

United States v. Florentino-Rosario

Cleveland Baseball Mornings: An Indians Fan Podcast
2021 Season Wrap Up - Everything Cleveland Hitting (Top storylines and plenty of OPS+, K/BB Ratios, Spray Charts, Percentile Rankings, and more!)

Cleveland Baseball Mornings: An Indians Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 60:31


The 2021 season is over and on this episode we will look back at everything Cleveland Indians hitting. We'll brag and boast about the stars in the lineup, Ramirez, Rosario, Straw, and Reyes. Then we'll look at some of those areas of struggle like catcher, the young 2nd basemen, and corner outfield. Plus, my thoughts on the World Series match up and how managers are burning through their pitching in these playoffs. There is a ton to talk about in this XL sized episode, so let's talk everything hitting I can fit into a podcast. If you want to share your thoughts on the game or anything Cleveland baseball you can find me on Twitter @daveyberris, you can email the show ClevelandBaseballMornings@gmail.com, or leave a message on the anchor app and we'll play it back on the show. Merchandise is now available at https://clevelandbaseballmornings.myspreadshop.com/ for T-shirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, and More!!! Now available on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-cleveland-baseball-morning-70571254/ Now available on Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/17e3d70a-dd9e-4ed3-a6fc-2ef5d6f58bb8/Cleveland-Baseball-Mornings-An-Indians-Fan-Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clevelandbaseballmornings/message

Moon to Moon
45. Living the F**k Out of Your Chart: Scorpio Season Edition with Mariola Rosario

Moon to Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 103:02


It is my joy and honor to introduce a new format to the seasonal episode! The episode has three parts: 1. A review of the rollocking recent astrology, weaving in personal storytelling and insights per usual 2. A rich, heart-led, and thought-provoking conversation with the brilliant and highly Scorpionic Mariola Rosario 3. My highlights and pointers to consider for Scorpio Season 2021 My upcoming Pluto intensive NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND: CULTIVATING INTIMACY WITH PLUTO + SCORPIO is open for registration now and runs for 3 weeks: October 26 - November 16. Register now to dive into the pre-course module and prepare. I have constellated a team of incredible humans to guide us lovingly to the Underworld and back again: somatic therapist Luis Mojica, hypnotherapist Megan Frye, and astrologer (and this episode's podcast guest) Mariola Rosario. Notes from the Underground will truly be an interdisciplinary approach to this material. My highest intention for us is to offer a wildly stimulating intellectual experience alongside practical and embodied nourishment with what comes up when we get into Pluto's zone. To learn more and sign up, check out the course page. Mariola Rosario (she/her) is an astrologer, professor, artist and cultural producer from Borikén, the land currently known as Puerto Rico. Right now, she is living and experiencing our global collapse from the shores of Paris, France. Mariola loves collaborating with artists, intuitives, freaks, ghouls, old, new & curious souls, students, teachers, organizers, activists, ancestors, flowers, plants, animals, candles, tarot, planets and beyond. Mariola's artistic practice and academic research interests often revolve around cross-disciplinary aesthetic production from literary and contemporary visual culture to critical theory, mythology, photography and autobiography, alternative pedagogy and communal learning processes. Her current main artistic expression is the love language of Astrology and the empowering conversations that arise from it. The deeper she dives into this contemplative practice, the more she begins to consider Astrology as an Artistic Practice: a dialogue, a dance, a conversation between us, here on Planet Earth, and the divine Cosmos that houses all the delicious secrets of the Universe. Mariola is a Scorpio Sun, Scorpio Rising, Capricorn moon and proud alumni of the Pluto in Scorpio generation aka millennials, aka “generation hex”. No stranger to the katabatic journey, Mariola was born with Pluto in the first house, a tender point that has always required very international nurturing, kisses and sweet surrender. Pluto is currently still transiting her natal moon. I hope you love the episode. If you do, please leave some stars and a sweet review to brighten my day! +++ Podcast music by Jonathan Koe. Podcast art by Angela George.

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST
Viernes sobre Fiestas de Cruz

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 59:56


Anuncios de actividades para el fin de semana Fiestas de Cruz Victor López: folclorista Tradición católica que se desarrolla tras la transición de cantos gregorianos a las trovas locales Tras la reglamentación de las canciones en los templos, los fieles se llevan la música y los rosarios a la calles Entre esto la celebración de Día de la Cruz en el mes Mayo El pueblo se hace dueño y dejo fuera los curas Hay una especie de liturgia determinada para los 9 días Si bien era expresión de toda la isla, hay gran influencia de músicos ponceños San Juan celebra una Fiesta de Cruz sanjuanera antes de la noche de San Juan Historia de la publicación y disco: Los Tradicionales Cánticos del Rosario a la Cruz de Mayo Para rescatar hay que evolucionar, por eso la nueva instrumentación

En Perspectiva
Los Ojos de Rosario - Arquitecturas eclécticas

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:51


Los Ojos de Rosario - Arquitecturas eclécticas by En Perspectiva

Medita.cc
22-10-2021 Gratia Plena

Medita.cc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 28:51


El ángel Gabriel está extasiado ante un alma llena de gracia. Nosotros repetimos ese piropo en cada Avemaría, y así el Rosario nos introduce en la esfera vital de María, que es la del proyecto de Dios. Porque Ella no solo está llena de gracia, sino que lo es. Hermosa enseñanza de san Juan Pablo II: “Con el Rosario, el pueblo cristiano aprende de María a contemplar la belleza del rostro de Cristo y a experimentar la profundidad de su amor”.

The Midday Show
Just how good have Braves additions been this postseason?

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 6:03


Adam Duvall, Joc Pederson, and Jorge Soler were all added along with Rosario to help turn things around. Not only did they help lead the Braves to a fourth-consecutive NL East title, but their production in the postseason has been at another level. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 1 - Raking Rosario

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 46:19


Ben Maller breaks down NCLS Game 4 as the Braves' Eddie Rosario puts on a show helping Atlanta take a 3-1 lead over the Dodgers, NHL Puck'em, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Command Z Podcast
Episodio 107: Yes Rosario | Diseñando tu Idea de Negocio

Command Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 63:04


Yes Rosario es una estratega de negocios dedicada a dirigir y estructurar iniciativas hasta que estas alcancen cumplir sus objetivos, a través de su empresa que lleva su nombre. Su visión es inspirar a los profesionales y negocios a que no descarten sus ideas. Tiene un Master en Business Administration en Gerencia de Proyectos y un Bachillerato en Producción y Mercadeo de Eventos. Ha trabajado por más de 9 años con freelancers, empresas privadas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro en ventas, mercadeo, gestión de proyectos, planificación estratégica, sistematización y optimización de procesos, entre otros. Además, es maestra de Empresarismo para escuela superior. Cuando no está trabajando anda comiendo, bailando, dando un paseo por su isla (Puerto Rico) o compartiendo con sus seres queridos. Por eso para Yes, es importante la eficiencia, para tener tiempo de lograr nuestras metas y a la misma vez hacer lo que nos hace feliz. Ps: Es la Project Manager de Command Z Podcast. :) BTW dos detalles importantes no te puedes perder el "Behind The Scenes", Yes Rosario nos habla de los datos más importantes que debes saber a la hora de crear tu plan de acción. Escucha sobre: Cuántas fuentes de ingreso debes tener para tener un negocio exitoso dentro de la industria creativa. Qué 3 servicios debes tener a la mano para comenzar tu emprendimiento creativo Cómo hacer un plan de acción y que debes considerar Yyyy lo más importante; ¡Cómo ponerle precio a tu tiempo! Además tendremos una mentoría grupal donde te acompañamos paso a paso en la planificación de convertir una idea en un negocio rentable que incluye: 5 reuniones virtuales en vivo de mentoría grupal Sesiones de consultoría individual con Yes Rosario Sesión de consultoría individual con Lays Curbelo Plantillas, guías Revisión semanal de tu plan durante el programa Soporte vía correo electrónico durante el programa para aclarar cualquier duda. Acceso a chat grupal de apoyo Si quieres más información de todos lo que ofreceremos entra aquí: https://commandzpodcast.hubspotpagebuilder.com/-temporary-slug-b7f1e7d5-909d-402b-a833-cd8ea6568658. Tendremos espacios limitados so apúntate no te quedes fuera. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/commandzpodcast/message

Wild Confidence
Ep. 50 Mariela Rosario | The World Needs What You Carry

Wild Confidence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 37:52


Mariela Rosario is a writer, coach and spoken word artist from San Diego, California. After having a radical encounter with God in 2015, Mariela has dedicated her life to the work of the ministry. Mariela has a Bachelors Degree in Christian Ministries and founded She Speaks Fire in 2018 which has grown to be an international ministry impacting hundreds of thousands souls daily for Christ.

Noticias de América
Noticias de América - Blinken en Ecuador y Colombia: 'EE.UU. vuelve a la carga'

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 2:56


El secretario de Estado estadounidense Antony Blinken realiza una gira por Ecuador y Colombia para estrechar lazos con dos gobiernos de la derecha sudamericana. Su visita comenzó en Quito, donde fue recibido por el presidente Guillermo Lasso. Análisis de las perspectivas de cooperación con el geopolitólogo Mauricio Jaramillo, de la Universidad del Rosario en Bogotá. RFI: Es la primera vez en más diez años que un secretario de Estado estadounidense viaja a Ecuador. Y para el enviado de la administración Biden, Antony Blinken, es su primer viaje a Colombia. ¿Por qué se organiza esta visita ahora y en qué contexto regional tiene lugar? Mauricio Jaramillo: Primero, porque en los cuatro años de Donald Trump hubo un claro distanciamiento respecto a América Latina. En segundo lugar, en esa idea de que Estados Unidos vuelve a la escena internacional, dos de sus aliados están en América del Sur: Colombia que es un aliado histórico y Ecuador que tiene un gobierno de centro derecha. En tercer lugar, hay temas transnacionales que preocupan al gobierno Biden como migraciones, narcotráfico, inseguridad, contención a Venezuela, en los que Ecuador y Colombia desempeñan un papel esencial. En ese orden de ideas, para invisibilizar al gobierno de Maduro y cerrar espacios regionales, Estados Unidos vuelve a la carga apoyando a dos gobiernos que han sido clave en esa presión contra Caracas.  RFI: Lasso recibe a Blinken en medio de fuertes tensiones sociales y en pleno estado de excepción decretado para combatir la violencia del narcotráfico. ¿Qué espera el gobierno ecuatoriano en materia de cooperación?  Mauricio Jaramillo: Durante los diez años del gobierno de Rafael Correa Estados Unidos se alejó de Ecuador. Mantuvo una relación comercial privilegiada pero en materia de seguridad Ecuador se fue aislando a pesar de que en el pasado había sido un aliado importante. Estados Unidos tuvo una base militar en Manta, en el Pacífico.  Creo que este apoyo para el gobierno de Guillermo Lasso consiste en tener oxígeno internacional porque está pasando por un momento crítico en este momento internamente la situación de orden público es muy delicada, con indicadores de delincuencia preocupantes. Ha habido motines en las cárceles con saldos humanos inquietantes. Entonces para Ecuador es oxígeno político y para Estados Unidos es recuperar un aliado en materia de seguridad. RFI: En Colombia Blinken se reúne con Iván Duque pero también con grupos de defensa de los derechos humanos. ¿Qué intención tiene ahí?  Mauricio Jaramillo: El gobierno de Biden y Blinken han sido muy insistentes en recordarle al Estado colombiano que cualquier violación importante a los derechos humanos puede hacer revisar la relación. Esto ha sido producto de la presión de algunos sectores en la Cámara de representantes y en el Senado, que le han pedido a Biden ser más enérgico en esas exigencias.  RFI: Biden también ha sido presionado por las nuevas crisis migratorias que se han presentado desde su elección. ¿Cómo este asunto será clave en las reuniones? Mauricio Jaramillo: La estrategia de EEUU ha sido históricamente apoyar a algunos de estos países para que contengan sus flujos migratorios. Lo hizo por ejemplo Donald Trump con México, aunque hubo una negociación de otro tipo. Con Venezuela y Haití hay una estrategia parecida: se trata de hacer llegar recursos para que los estados que están en esa primera línea de recepción o bien puedan acogerlos o de alguna manera contenerlos y no se presenten estas olas migratorias incontrolables en las fronteras de EEUU.

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
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Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 1:35


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Sensus Fidelium Catholic Podcast
Resistance Podcast #203: Making Good, True, & Beautiful Movies w/ Sebastian & Rosario Konarski

Sensus Fidelium Catholic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 67:29


Floweringthornproductions@protonmail.com Gab: @MementoMori1531 LinkedIn : Sebastian Konarski Demo: https://vimeo.com/294514747 Resume: https://resumes.actorsaccess.com/Sebastiankonarski Agent: https://www.kimdawsonagency.com/kimdawson_talent/sebastian-konarski/?type=talent&cat=on_camera&sub=men

Vertical Farming Podcast
S4E42: s4e42 - Rosario Iacono - What a Tomato Should Be

Vertical Farming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 54:09


Episode Summary Join Harry Duran, host of Vertical Farming Podcast, as he welcomes to the show Rosario Iacono. Rosario is the Founder of Kasveista, a concept stage startup aiming to produce open-source seeds and seedlings for vertical farming. Their goal is to help modern vertical farms expand their range of products by providing seeds and seedlings of tomato of varieties specifically selected for vertical farming. Today, Harry and Rosario talk about the incredible work Rosario is doing at Kasveista and why he chose to focus on the tomatoes as his first crop. Rosario talks about the incredibly vast varieties of tomatoes and shares tips for those who want to grow tomatoes at home. They explain the open source model and why it's critical to Rosario's business. Finally, Rosario talks about what's next for Kasveista, what excites him about the future and how we can educate the masses on vertical farming. Episode Sponsor CULTIVATD Freight Farms Key Takeaways 05:02 – Harry welcomes to the show Rosario Iacono, who joins the show to discuss his company, Kasveista, and his vertical farming origin story 11:13 – The incredible vast variety of tomatoes 16:18 – Tips for people growing tomatoes at home 17:01 – What Rosario has discovered about tomatoes throughout the years 20:54 – Intensive research and experimentation in vertical farming 28:24 – Rosario's team at Kasveista 31:59 – The Open Source Model explained and why it is so critical 39:44 – Surprises and challenges from Rosario's vertical farming journey 44:27 – What's next for Kasveista 47:54 – Something Rosario has changed his mind about recently 51:52 – Harry thanks Rosario for joining the show and let's listeners know where they can learn more about Kasveista and connect with Rosario Tweetable Quotes “I was getting tomatoes from Sicily in London. But there is no compromise. You either make a tomato that can travel for sixteen hour on a truck, or you make a tasty tomato.”(09:42) (Rosario “What I learned is you can influence a lot of the taste and you can change a lot by the techniques you use to grow the tomatoes.”(17:47) (Rosario) “I try to not think about what a tomato is. I try to think in terms of what a tomato should be now and redraw it from scratch.” (19:01) (Rosario) “Everyone should have access to food. And access to food is access to seeds.”(34:39) (Rosario) “Assuming we can get the funding, I have many ideas that I would like to see happening. First of all, expanding to more and more crops that can be grown in vertical farming. I see the world asking for it.”(44:42) (Rosario) “I think where the education could really start is at school. I think children are really the key to make vertical farming cool. Because through children, you educate their parents.” (49:36) (Rosario) Links Mentioned Rosario's LinkedIn Kasveista Website Kasveista Instagram Kasveista Facebook Sponsor Info: Cultivatd Website Cultivatd Instagram Cultivatd's Twitter Cultivatd's Facebook Freight Farms Website Freight Farms Facebook Freight Farms Twitter

Living Off Rentals
#87 - Automated Deal Finding Process - Rosario Terracciano

Living Off Rentals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 54:03


Our guest has been in the real estate industry since 2003. He was the number one broker in Chicago for 2013 and ranked 4th nationally by the Wall Street Journal. We have Rosario Terracciano in today's show. He is the co-founder and CEO of ClickInvest, a real estate platform for real estate investors looking for fix-and-flip or fix-and-rent investment properties.  In this episode, Rosario looks back on the ups and downs of his real estate journey—especially the downs. He then introduces ClickInvest and what it has to offer. He shares tips not just for real estate investors but also for people who are looking to start their own businesses. Failure is part of life, but what matters is how you rise above it. Listen for insightful and practical advice from a man who has had a wealth of losses. Key Takeaways [03:12] The importance of being aligned or connected with your team [04:42] On doing things wrongs and losing [11:38] How Rosario and his team came up with their business model [15:55] What he learned from owning rentals [20:52] About ClickInvest's algorithm and how the platform works [27:00] How ClickInvest clients build their portfolio [34:45] Why Rosario decided to invest in Florida [37:12] Invest in help and buckle up for the long haul [42:45] Variables you need to look for in rentals and Airbnbs   Links ClickInvest - https://clickinvest.com/ Rosario Terracciano's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosarioterracciano/ Contact Mark Wilton - mark@clickinvest.com Living Off Rentals YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRpWXe2mWqBm5vvbO2R2AdA?sub_confirmation=1 Living Off Rentals Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/livingoffrentals Living Off Rentals Website - www.livingoffrentals.com Living Off Rentals Instagram - www.instagram.com/livingoffrentals