Robert "Soulo" Dillard is a music producer, the owner of his own security company, a podcast owner and all around entrepreneur. Vance sits down with Robert to talk about a variety of topics ranging from how he built himself to where he is today, touring, and running his own buisness and studio.They also have an open conversation about controversial topics such as prejudice, the black lives matter movement, and the legalization of marijuana. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robert.dillard.7587/Youtube: https://t.ly/5D5hUnplugged Stuidios: https://www.instagram.com/unplugged_studio_dmv/?hl=enPrime 55 (Robert's Restaurant Recommendation): https://www.prime55downtown.com/Book a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-clubfinding your passion
Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers are playing their best basketball of the season. After a win against the LSU Tigers, another road test in the SEC against the South Carolina Gamecocks stands before them. The Tigers currently rank No. 11 in the country in defensive efficiency and No. 23 in offensive rebounding (14.9). They also grabbed 30 defensive rebounds at LSU – the fourth time this season over 30 next to Northwestern (31), Saint Louis (34), and Washington (31). Auburn leads 29-19 in the all-time series with South Carolina. The Tigers have won the last five-straight meetings between the two schools. Last season, Auburn swept the regular-season series with the Gamecocks capped off by an 82-71 victory on Senior Day on March 5, 2022, at Neville Arena. The Tigers also cut down the nets postgame to celebrate winning the SEC regular-season title outright. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Billikens just rolled over Loyola, so it's only right that Anthony Bonner, the man who delivered the best individual performance in SLU history with 45 points against the Ramblers in 1990, visit The Press Box! Anthony reflects on his incredible performance, and he also gives us some insight on his son's recruitment.
Bernie checks in on the Saint Louis Billikens after beating Loyola to improve to 5-1 in conference play. Bernie points out how they were able to win without Yuri Collins leading the team in assists. He also looks at Javonte Perkins regaining his scoring touch as a reason for optimism with this team.
Rammer & Rocc break down in interesting game against George Washington-- including how the Billikens got their offense done without Yuri Collins and the incredible defensive effort from Gibson & Perkins. Plus pre-game discussion as the Billikens face off against the Ramblers in Chicago, why this might be a trap game for Saint Louis and what to watch for as the Billikens continue to dial in their defense.
Furniture artist and owner of Deep Forest Design Nick Rabeck sits down with Vance to discuss his start in the world of woodworking, resilience and finding your passion, pushing imagination to the limit and how to get out of your own way and make things happen.Deep Forest Design Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeepForestDesign/Book a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-clubfinding your passion
Support the podcast by tipping via Venmo to @queensofthemines, buying the book on Amazon, or becoming a patron at www.partreon.com/queensofthemines When Agnes Moulton Coolbrith joined the Mormon Church in Boston in 1832, she met and married Prophet Don Carlos Smith, the brother of Joseph Smith, founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There, at the first Mormon settlement, Agnes gave birth to three daughters. The youngest was Josephine Donna Smith, born 1841. Only four months after Josephine Donna Smith's birth, Don Carlos Smith died of malaria. In spite of Don Carlos being a bitter opposer of the ‘spiritual wife' doctrine, Agnes was almost immediately remarried to her late husband's brother, Joseph Smith in 1842, making her his probably seventh wife. Today we will talk about Josephine Donna Smith's, who's life in California spanned the pioneer American occupation, to the first renaissance of the 19thcentury feminist movement. an American poet, writer, librarian, and a legend in the San Francisco Bay Area literary community. Season 3 features inspiring, gallant, even audacious stories of REAL 19th Century women from the Wild West. Stories that contain adult content, including violence which may be, disturbing to some listeners, or secondhand listeners. So, discretion is advised. I am Andrea Anderson and this is Queens of the Mines, Season Three. They called her Ina. But Sharing your partner with that many people may leave you lonely at times. Not surprisingly, during the marriage, Agnes felt neglected. Two years later, Smith was killed at the hands of an anti-Mormon and anti-polygamy mob. Agnes, scared for her life, moved to Saint Louis, Missouri with Ina and her siblings. Agnes reverted to using her maiden name, Coolbrith, to avoid identification with Mormonism and her former family. She did not speak of their Mormon past. She married again, in Missouri, to William Pickett. Pickett had also converted to Mormonism, and had a second wife. He was an LDS Church member, a printer, a lawyer and an alcoholic. Agnes had twin sons with Pickett. They left the church and headed west, leaving his second wife behind. Ina had never been in a school, but Pickett had brought along a well-worn copy of Byron's poetry, a set of Shakespeare, and the Bible. As they traveled, the family passed time reading. Inspired, Ina made up poetry in her head as she walked alongside her family's wagon. Somewhere in the Nevada sands, the children of the wagon train gathered as Ina buried her doll after it took a tumble and split its head. Ina's life in California started at her arrival in front of the wagon train through Beckwourth Pass in 1851. Her sister and her riding bareback on the horse of famous mountain man, explorer and scout Jim Beckwourth. He had guided the caravan and called Ina his “Little Princess.” In Virgina, Beckwourth was born as a slave. His father, who was his owner, later freed him. As the wagon train crossed into California, he said, “Here, little girls, is your kingdom.” The trail would later be known as Beckwourth Pass. Ina was the first white child to cross through the Sierra Nevadas on Beckwourth Pass. The family settled in San Bernardino and then in Los Angeles which still had largely a Mormon and Mexican population. Flat adobe homes with courtyards filled with pepper trees, vineyards, and peach and pomegranate orchards. In Los Angeles, Agnes's new husband Pickett established a law practice. Lawyers became the greatest beneficiaries, after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, acquiring Mexican land in exchange for representation in court contests. Pickett was one of those lawyers. Ina began writing poetry at age 11 and started school for the first time at 14. Attending Los Angeles's first public school on Street and Second. She published her poetry in the local newspaper and she was published in The Los Angeles Star/Estrella when she was just fifteen years old. At 17, she met Robert Bruce Carsley, a part-time actor and a full time iron-worker for Salamander Ironworks. Salamander Ironworks.built jails, iron doors, and balconies. Ina and Robert married in a doctor's home near the San Gabriel Mission. They lived behind the iron works and had a son. But Robert Carsley revealed himself to be an abusive man. Returning from a minstrel show in San Francisco, Carsley became obsessed with the idea that his new wife had been unfaithful to him. Carsley arrived at Pickett's adobe, where Ina was for the evening, screaming that Ina was a whore in that very tiny quiet pueblo. Pickett gathered up his rifle and shot his son in law's hand off. The next few months proved to be rough for Ina. She got an uncontested divorce within three months in a sensational public trial, but then, tragically, her infant son died. And although divorce was legal, her former friends crossed the street to avoid meeting her. Ina fell into a deep depression. She legally took her mothers maiden name Coolbrith and moved to San Francisco with her mother, stepfather and their twins. In San Francisco, Ina continued to write and publish her poetry and found work as an English teacher. Her poems were published in the literary newspaperThe Californian. The editor of The Californian was author Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Also known as, Mark Twain. Ina made friends with Mark Twain, John Muir, Bret Harte and Charles Warren Stoddard, Twain's queer drinking companion. Coolbrith, renowned for her beauty, was called a “dark-eyed Sapphic divinity” and the "sweetest note in California literature” by Bret Harte. John Muir attempted to introduce her to eligible men. Coolbrith, Harte and Stoddard formed what became known as the Golden Gate Trinity. The Golden Gate Trinity was closely associated with the literary journal, Overland Monthly, which published short stories written by the 28-year old Mark Twain. Ina became the editorial assistant and for a decade, she supplied one poem for each new issue. Her poems also appeared in Harper's, Scribner's, and other popular national magazines. At her home on Russian Hill, Ina hosted literary gatherings where writers and publishers rubbed shoulders and shared their vision of a new way of writing – writing that was different from East Coast writing. There were readings of poetry and topical discussions, in the tradition of European salons and Ina danced the fandango and played the guitar, singing American and Spanish songs. Actress and poet Adah Menken was a frequent visitor to her parties. We know Adah Menken from earlier episodes and the Queens of the Mines episode and she is in the book, as she was a past fling of the famous Lotta Crabtree. The friendship between Coolbrith and Menken gave Menken credibility as an intellectual although Ina was never able to impress Harte of Menken's worth at the gatherings. Another friend of Ina's was the eccentric poet Cincinnatus H. Miller. Ina introduced Miller to the San Francisco literary circle and when she learned of his adoration of the heroic, tragic life of Joaquin Murrieta, Ina suggested that he take the name Joaquin Miller as his pen name. She insisted he dress the part with longer hair and a more pronounced mountain man style. Coolbrith and Miller planned a tour of the East Coast and Europe, but when Ina's mother Agnes and Ina's sister both became seriously ill, Ina decided to stay in San Francisco and take care of them and her nieces and nephews. Ina agreed to raise Miller's daughter, Calla Shasta, a beautiful half indigenous girl, as he traveled around Europe brandishing himself a poet. Coolbrith and Miller had shared an admiration for the poet Lord Byron, and they decided Miller should lay a wreath on his tomb in England. They collected laurel branches in Sausalito, Ina made the wreath. A stir came across the English clergy when Miller placed the wreath on the tomb at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Hucknall. They did not understand the connection between the late lord and a couple of California poets. Not to be outdone, the clergy sent to the King of Greece for another laurel wreath from the country of Byron's heroic death. The two wreaths were hung side by side over Byron's tomb. After this, Miller was nicknamed "The Byron of the West." Coolbrith wrote of the excursion in her poem "With a Wreath of Laurel". Coolbrith was the primary earner for her extended family and they needed a bigger home. So, while Miller was in Europe, she moved her family to Oakland, where she was elected honorary member of the Bohemian Club. When her mother and sister soon died and she became the guardian of her orphaned niece and nephew, The Bohemian Club members discreetly assisted Ina in her finances. Ina soon took a full-time job as Oakland's first public librarian. She worked 6 days a week, 12 hours a day, earning $80 per month. Much less than a man would have received in that position at the time. Her poetry suffered as a result of the long work hours and for nearly twenty years, Ina only published sporadically. Instead, Ina became a mentor for a generation of young readers. She hand chose books for her patrons based on their interests. In 1886, Ina mentored the 10-year-old Jack London. She guided his reading and London called her his "literary mother". London grew up to be an American novelist, journalist and social activist. Twenty years later, London wrote to Coolbrith to thank her he said “I named you Noble. That is what you were to me, noble. That was the feeling I got from you. Oh, yes, I got, also, the feeling of sorrow and suffering, but dominating them, always riding above all, was noble. No woman has so affected me to the extent you did. I was only a little lad. I knew absolutely nothing about you. Yet in all the years that have passed I have met no woman so noble as you." One young reader was another woman featured in a previous Queens of the Mines episode, Isadora Duncan, “the creator of modern dance”. Duncan described Coolbrith as "a very wonderful" woman, with beautiful eyes that glowed with burning fire and passion. Isadora was the daughter of a man that Ina had dazzled, enough to cause the breakup of his marriage. The library patrons of Oakland called for reorganization in 1892 and after 18 years of service, a vindictive board of directors fired Ina, giving her three days' notice to clear her desk. One library trustee was quoted as saying "we need a librarian not a poet." She was replaced by her nephew Henry Frank Peterson. Coolbrith's literary friends were outraged, and worried that Ina would move away, becoming alien to California. They published a lengthy opinion piece to that effect in the San Francisco Examiner. John Muir, who often sent letters and the occasional box of freshly picked fruit, also preferred to keep her in the area, and in one package, a letter suggested that she fill the newly opened position of the librarian of San Francisco. In Coolbrith's response to Muir, she thanked him for "the fruit of your land, and the fruit of your brain" but said, "No, I cannot have Mr. Cheney's place. I am disqualified by sex." San Francisco required that their librarian be a man. Ina returned to her beloved Russian Hill. In 1899, the artist William Keith and poet Charles Keeler offered Coolbrith the position as the Bohemian Club's part-time librarian. Her first assignment was to edit Songs from Bohemia, a book of poems by journalist and the Bohemian Club co-founder, Daniel O'Connell. Her salary in Oakland was $50 each month. The equivalent of $1740 in 2022. She then signed on as staff of Charles Fletcher Lummis's magazine, The Land of Sunshine. Her duties were light enough that she was able to devote a greater proportion of her time to writing. Coolbrith was often sick in bed with rheumatism. Even as her health began to show signs of deterioration, she did not stop her work at the Bohemian Club. She began to work on a history of California literature as a personal project. Songs from the Golden Gate, was published in 1895; it contained "The Captive of the White City" which detailed the cruelty dealt to Native Americans in the late 19th century. Coolbrith kept in touch with her first cousin Joseph F. Smith to whom and for whom she frequently expressed her love and regard. In 1916, she sent copies of her poetry collections to him. He publicized them, identifying as a niece of Joseph Smith. This greatly upset Coolbrith. She told him that "To be crucified for a faith in which you believe is to be blessed. To be crucified for one in which you do not believe is to be crucified indeed." Coolbrith fled from her home at Broadway and Taylor with her Angora cats, her student boarder Robert Norman and her friend Josephine Zeller when the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake hit. Her friends took a few small bundles of letters from colleagues and Coolbrith's scrapbook filled with press clippings about her and her poems. Across the bay, Joaquin Miller spotted heavy smoke and took a ferry from Oakland to San Francisco to help Coolbrith in saving her valuables from encroaching fire. Miller was prevented from doing so by soldiers who had orders to use deadly force against looters. Coolbrith's home burned to the ground. Soldiers evacuated Russian Hill, leaving Ina and Josie, two refugees, among many, wandering San Francisco's tangled streets. Coolbrith lost 3,000 books, row upon row of priceless signed first editions, rare original artwork, and many personal letters in the disaster. Above all, her nearly complete manuscript Part memoir, part history of California's early literary scene, including personal stories about her friends Bret Harte, Mark Twain, and John Muir, were lost. Coolbrith spent a few years in temporary residences after the blaze and her friends rallied to raise money to build her a house. Mark Twain sent three autographed photographs of himself from New York that sold for $10 a piece. He then sat for 17 more studio photographs to further the fund. She received a discreet grant from her Bohemian friends and a trust fund from a colleague in 1910. She set up again in a new house at 1067 Broadway on Russian Hill. Coolbrith got back to business writing and holding literary salons. Coolbrith traveled by train to New York City several times for several years, greatly increasing her poetry output. In those years she produced more than she had produced in the preceding 25 years. Her style was more than the usual themes expected of women. Her sensuous descriptions of natural scenes advanced the art of Victorian poetry to incorporate greater accuracy without trite sentiment, foreshadowing the Imagist school and the work of Robert Frost. Coolbrith was named President of the Congress of Authors and Journalists in preparation for the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. That year, Coolbrith was also named California's first poet , and the first poet laureate of any American state on June 30, 1915. A poet laureate composed poems for special events and occasions. Then, it was a position for the state that was held for life. The Overland Monthly reported that eyes were wet throughout the large audience when Coolbrith was crowned with a laurel wreath by Benjamin Ide Wheeler, President of the University of California, who called her the "loved, laurel-crowned poet of California." After several more speeches were made in her honor, and bouquets brought in abundance to the podium, 74-year old Coolbrith accepted the honor, wearing a black robe with a sash bearing a garland of bright orange California poppies, saying: "There is one woman here with whom I want to share these honors: Josephine Clifford McCracken. For we are linked together, the last two living members of Bret Harte's staff of Overland writers. In a life of unremitting labor, time and opportunity have been denied. So my meager output of verse is the result of odd moments, and only done at all because so wholly a labor of love.” Coolbrith continued to write and work to support herself until her final publication in 1917. Six years later, in May of 1923, Coolbrith's friend Edwin Markham found her at the Hotel Latham in New York very old, disabled, ill and broke. Markham asked Lotta Crabtree to gather help for her. Coolbrith was brought back to California where she settled in Berkeley to be cared for by her niece. The next year, Mills College conferred upon her an honorary Master of Arts degree. In spring of 1926, she received visitors such as her old friend, art patron Albert M. Bender, who brought young Ansel Adams to meet her. Adams made a photographic portrait of Coolbrith seated near one of her white Persian cats and wearing a large white mantilla on her head. A group of writers began meeting at the St Francis Hotel in San Francisco, naming their group the Ina Coolbrith Circle. When Ina returned to Berkeley she never missed a Sunday meeting until her death at 87-years-old. Ina Coolbrith died on Leap Day, February 29, 1928. The New York Times wrote, “Miss Coolbrith is one of the real poets among the many poetic masqueraders in the volume.” She is buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland. My fave. Her grave was unmarked until 1986 when the literary society The Ina Coolbrith Circle placed a headstone. It was only upon Coolbrith's death that her literary friends discovered she had ever been a mother. Her poem, "The Mother's Grief", was a eulogy to a lost son, but she never publicly explained its meaning. Most people didn't even know that she was a divorced woman. She didn't talk about her marriage except through her poetry. Ina Coolbrith Park was established in 1947 near her Russian Hill home, by the San Francisco parlors of the Native Daughters of the Golden Westmas. The park is known for its "meditative setting and spectacular bay views". The house she had built near Chinatown is still there, as is the house on Wheeler in Berkeley where she died. Byways in the Berkeley hills were named after Bret Harte, Charles Warren Stoddard, Mark Twain, and other literati in her circle but women were not initially included. In 2016, the name of a stairway in the hills that connects Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Miller Avenue in Berkeley was changed from Bret Harte Lane to Ina Coolbrith Path. At the bottom of the stairway, there is a plaque to commemorate Coolbrith. Her name is also commemorated at the 7,900 foot peak near Beckwourth Pass on Mount Ina Coolbrith in the Sierra Nevada mountains near State Route 70. In 2003, the City of Berkeley installed the Addison Street Poetry Walk, a series of 120 poem imprinted cast-iron plates flanking one block of a downtown street. A 55-pound plate bearing Coolbrith's poem "Copa De Oro (The California Poppy)" is raised porcelain enamel text, set into the sidewalk at the high-traffic northwest corner of Addison and Shattuck Avenues Her life in California spanned the pioneer American occupation, the end of the Gold Rush, the end of the Rancho Era in Southern California, the arrival of the intercontinental train, and the first renaissance of the 19th century feminist movement. The American Civil War played no evident part in her consciousness but her life and her writing revealed acceptance of everyone from all classes and all races. Everyone whose life she touched wrote about her kindness. She wrote by hand, a hand painfully crippled by arthritis after she moved to the wetter climate of San Francisco. Her handwriting was crabbed as a result — full of strikeouts. She earned her own living and supported three children and her mother. She was the Sweet Singer of California, an American poet, writer, librarian, and a legend in the San Francisco Bay Area literary community, known as the pearl of our tribe. Now this all leads me to wonder, what will your legacy be? Queens of the Mines was created and produced by me, Andrea Anderson. You can support Queens of the Mines on Patreon or by purchasing the paperback Queens of the Mines. Available on Amazon. This season's Theme Song is by This Lonesome Paradise. Find their music anywhere but you can Support the band by buying their music and merch at email@example.com
In honor of our recent visit to our hometown Saint Louis, I decided to choose a case that happened around that area that would blow our minds… And I found one. This murderer would go on to be referred to as the St. Louis Child Killer and by the age of 22, would be arrested for these horrific crimes. So JOIN US as we discuss the homicidal PERVERT that is, Lorenzo Fayne. Criminal Perspective Interview with Lorenzo Fayne: https://www.spreaker.com/user/criminalperspec/interview-with-lorenzo-fayne-serial-kill Try Magic Mind using our code "BLACK14" FOR 20% OFF TODAY: Magicmind.co BUY YOUR BLACK TRUE CRIME TOUR TICKETS TODAY: www.blacktruecrime.com/tour-tickets Follow us on INSTAGRAM: @BlackTrueCrimePodcast Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel: www.youtube.com/c/blacktruecrimepodcast Join our PATREON for full video episodes and exclusive content: www.patreon.com/blacktruecrimepodcast For MERCH, visit: www.blacktruecrime.com/shop-merch JOIN OUR FB GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/blacktruecrimepodcast Intro & Outro music credits: Horror by Paradox Beats Original Beat production ownership is retained by the original producer where applicable. This beat is being used with private/owned leasing rights GRANTED by the producer(s). This audio is 100% free to listen to on this show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blacktruecrimepodcast/message
Rachel Woodall, St. Louis Dark History Founder joins Megan Lynch and Debbie Monterrey joins talking about Saint Louis Dark History Interactive Storytelling and Cocktail Experience that is happening on Sunday.
Earl Austin Jr. joins The Press Box to talk about his trip with the Billikens to our nation's capital. The team went to a Wizards game to support Jordan Goodwin. The Bills also picked up a victory against George Washington.
"Who Was That Masked Man?" The Lone Ranger is one of the iconic characters in American folklore. The Lone Ranger and Tonto are two of America's favorite western characters, and the theme and bridge music caused many thousands of kids to grow up to liking classical music, too. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment Radio
Saint-Louis is the former colonial capital of Senegal, and it is filled with ornate 19th century villas. It is also the city that the U.N. has called the "most threatened by sea level rise in the whole of Africa." As the ocean gradually swallows historic fishing villages, the fishermen of Saint Louis are leaving on the boats they once used to bring in the catch. The destination? Europe. Where they hope to earn money to send home to their families.This past fall, NPR's All Things Considered co-host Ari Shapiro and a team of producers embarked on a journey to understand the connections between climate change, global migration, and far-right extremism. Along the way, they checked in with Up First Sunday host Rachel Martin to share stories they heard from the people they met.This is the first episode of a multi-part series focused on Ari's reporting. Part 2 publishes next Sunday.
Rammer & Roc are back with a rare weekend episode to break down this afternoon Saint Louis matchup as Rammer is about to head off to the GW game and they have some thoughts from Wednesday's win against George Mason
Greg keeps it simple, the college basketball betting board has north of 150 games on it for Saturday and he picks & analyzes EVERY one of them! Podcast Highlights 2:27-Start of picks with Davidson vs George Mason 5:00-Picks & analysis for Miami vs NC State 7:46-Picks & analysis for Seton Hall vs DePaul 10:33-Picks & analysis for Cleveland St vs IUPUI 12:45-DK Nation Pick Kentucky vs Tennessee 16:16-Picks & analysis for Drexel vs Northeastern 18:31-Picks & analysis for West Virginia vs Oklahoma 21:26-Picks & analysis for Loyola Chicago vs St. Joseph's 24:17-Picks & analysis for Bowling Green vs Western Michigan 26:39-Picks & analysis for Western Carolina vs Citadel 29:14-Picks & analysis for Robert Morris vs Detroit 32:06-Picks & analysis for Wisconsin vs Indiana 34:05-Picks & analysis for Georgia vs Ole Miss 37:43-Picks & analysis for Harvard vs Columbia 40:18-Picks & analysis for North Dakota St vs Omaha 42:52-Picks & analysis for Coastal Carolina vs Georgia State 45:31-Picks & analysis for Stony Brook vs North Carolina A&T 48:07-Picks & analysis for North Texas vs Florida Atlantic 51:33-Picks & analysis for UT San Antonio vs Charlotte 54:07-Picks & analysis for North Carolina vs Louisville 56:45-Picks & analysis for Delaware vs Hofstra 59:14-Picks & analysis for Arkansas vs Vanderbilt 1:02:26-Picks & analysis for Pennsylvania vs Darner 1:04:54-Picks & analysis for Miami OH vs Ball St 1:07:27-Picks & analysis for Providence vs Creighton 1:10:22-Picks & analysis for Princeton vs Brown 1:14:55-Picks & analysis for Kansas State vs TCU 1:15:45-Picks & analysis for Central Florida vs Tulane 1:18:20-Picks & analysis for Richmond vs St. Bonaventure 1:19:31-Picks & analysis for Southern Miss vs Arkansas St 1:23:15-Picks & analysis for UTEP vs Rice 1:26:10-Picks & analysis for Texas State vs UL Monroe 1:29:17-Picks & analysis for North Dakota vs Denver 1:31:37-Picks & analysis for Fordham vs La Salle 1:34:18-Picks & analysis for Stephen F Austin vs Southern Utah 1:36:49-Picks & analysis for Youngstown St vs Oakland 1:39:05-Picks & analysis for Pittsburgh vs Georgia Tech 1:41:30-Picks & analysis for Monmouth vs Towson 1:43:28-Picks & analysis for SE Missouri St vs Morehead St 1:45:55-Picks & analysis for Missouri vs Florida 1:48:24-Picks & analysis for UIC vs Murray St 1:50:50-Picks & analysis for Mercer vs East Tennessee 1:53:51-Picks & analysis for UAB vs Louisiana Tech 1:56:26-Picks & analysis for Saint Louis vs George Washington 1:59:21-Picks & analysis for Troy vs Appalachian St 2:01:23-Picks & analysis for Valparaiso vs Evansville 2:03:39-Picks & analysis for Louisiana vs South Alabama 2:06:00-Picks & analysis for UNC Greensboro vs Furman 2:08:39-Picks & analysis for Arizona State vs Oregon St 2:11:16-Picks & analysis for Florida St vs Virginia 2:13:53-Picks & analysis for UC Irvine vs CS Northridge 2:16:40-Picks & analysis for LSU vs Alabama 2:19:03-Picks & analysis for Tennessee State vs Tennessee Tech 2:21:18-Picks & analysis for Elon vs Charleston 2:23:50-Picks & analysis for Iowa St vs Kansas 2:26:12-Picks & analysis for Cincinnati vs SMU 2:28:50-Picks & analysis for Tulsa vs Wichita St 2:30:01-Picks & analysis for Buffalo vs Central Michigan 2:33:36-Picks & analysis for Toledo vs Northern Illinois 2:36:03-Picks & analysis for Rhode Island vs UMass 2:38:40-Picks & analysis for Little Rock vs Eastern Illinois 2:41:05-Picks & analysis for Colorado vs UCLA 2:43:29-Picks & analysis for Northern Iowa vs Belmont 2:45:43-Picks & analysis for Abilene Christian vs Tarleton St 2:48:07-Picks & analysis for CS Fullerton vs UC Davis 2:50:55-Picks & analysis for UC San Diego vs CS Bakersfield 2:53:30-Picks & analysis for Duke vs Clemson 2:55:51-Picks & analysis for Northern Arizona vs Sacramento St 2:57:48-Picks & analysis for William & Mary vs UNC Wilmington 3:00:09-Picks & analysis for Texas A&M vs South Carolina 3:03:09-Picks & analysis for Chattanooga vs Samford 3:06:13-Picks & analysis for California vs Washington 3:09:58-Picks & analysis for Arizona vs Oregon 3:12:30-Picks & analysis for Oklahoma State vs Baylor 3:15:59-Picks & analysis for Weber St vs Montana St 3:17:12-Picks & analysis for Idaho vs Eastern Washington 3:19:00-Picks & analysis for Lindenwood vs SIU Edwardsville 3:21:17-Picks & analysis for VMI vs Wofford 3:23:05-Picks & analysis for Old Dominion vs Marshall 3:25:22-Picks & analysis for FL International vs Western Kentucky 3:27:47-Picks & analysis for Georgia Southern vs James Madison 3:30:15-Picks & analysis for Air Force vs Fresno St 3:32:31-Picks & analysis for Colorado St vs UNLV 3:34:51-Picks & analysis for Northern Kentucky vs UW Green Bay 3:36:29-Picks & analysis for South Dakota St vs South Dakota 3:38:40-Picks & analysis for Wright St vs UW Milwaukee 3:41:07-Picks & analysis for Notre Dame vs Syracuse 3:43:43-Picks & analysis for Chicago St vs UT Rio Grande Valley 3:46:25-Picks & analysis for Bradley vs Drake 3:48:39-Picks & analysis for Illinois St vs Southern Illinois 3:50:59-Picks & analysis for Wake Forest vs Boston College 3:53:25-Picks & analysis for Stanford vs Washington St 3:55:21-Picks & analysis for St. Thomas vs Oral Roberts 3:57:41-Picks & analysis for Seattle vs Utah Valley 4:00:07--Picks & analysis for Western Illinois vs UMKC 4:02:51-Picks & analysis for Texas vs Texas Tech 4:05:27-Picks & analysis for Mississippi St vs Auburn 4:07:49-Picks & analysis for Pepperdine vs BYU 4:09:57-Picks & analysis for UT Arlington vs New Mexico St 4:12:19-Picks & analysis for New Mexico vs San Diego St 4:14:51-Picks & analysis for Idaho St vs Montana 4:16:54-Picks & analysis for UT Martin vs Southern Indiana 4:19:13-Picks & analysis for Sam Houston St vs Utah Tech 4:21:18-Picks & analysis for Santa Clara vs Pacific 4:23:32-Picks & analysis for San Diego vs Loyola Marymount 4:25:34-Picks & analysis for Portland vs Gonzaga 4:27:37-Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs Cal Baptist 4:29:44-Picks & analysis for UC Riverside vs UC Santa Barbara 4:31:32-Pick & analysis for Northern Colorado vs Portland St 4:33:30-Picks & analysis for Utah vs USC 4:35:31-Picks & analysis for St. Mary's vs San Francisco 4:37:11-Picks & analysis for Boise State vs Wyoming 4:39:24-Picks & analysis for Long Beach St vs Hawaii 4:43:09-Start of extra games Sacred Heart vs St. Francis NY 4:45:07-Picks & analysis for Maine vs UMBC 4:47:02-Picks & analysis for Bryant vs New Hampshire 4:48:49-Picks & analysis for Fairleigh Dickinson vs Central Connecticut 4:50:27-Picks & analysis for Army vs Boston U 4:52:01-Picks & analysis for North Alabama vs Queens NC 4:53:40-Picks & analysis for Holy Cross vs Lafayette 4:55:27-Picks & analysis for North Florida vs Kennesaw St 4:57:47-Picks & analysis for UNC Asheville vs Gardner Webb 5:00:07-Picks & analysis for Winthrop vs Campbell 5:01:50-Picks & analysis for Merrimack vs Stonehill 5:04:04-Picks & analysis for UMass Lowell vs Binghamton 5:06:18-Picks & analysis for Charleston Southern vs Radford 5:08:11-Picks & analysis for Bucknell vs Colgate 5:09:35-Picks & analysis for American vs Lehigh 5:11:27-Picks & analysis for Stetson vs Eastern Kentucky 5:13:15-Picks & analysis for Miss Valley St vs Bethune Cookman 5:14:51-Picks & analysis for Northwestern St vs Nicholls 5:16:54-Picks & analysis for South Carolina St vs NC Central 5:18:40-Picks & analysis for Delaware St vs Maryland Eastern Shore 5:20:18-Picks & analysis for Howard vs Norfolk St 5:21:47-Picks & analysis for Florida Gulf Coast vs Stetson 5:23:43-Picks & analysis for Long Island vs St. Francis PA 5:25:46-Picks & analysis for Morgan St vs Coppin St 5:27:18-Picks & analysis for Arkansas Pine Bluff vs Florida A&M 5:28:58-Picks & analysis for Grambling vs Southern 5:30:41-Picks & analysis for Houston Christian vs McNeese St 5:32:18-Picks & analysis for New Orleans vs Texas A&M CC 5:33:45-Picks & analysis for Jacksonville vs Jacksonville St 5:35:23-Picks & analysis for SE Louisiana vs Incarnate Word 5:37:05-Picks & analysis for Navy vs Loyola MD 5:38:28-Picks & analysis for Austin Peay vs Lipscomb 5:40:21-Picks & analysis for Lamar vs Texas A&M Commerce 5:41:57-Picks & analysis for Alcorn St vs Texas Southern 5:43:37-Picks & analysis for Jackson St vs Prairie View 5:45:08-Picks & analysis for USC Upstate vs Longwood 5:46:35-Picks & analysis for Central Arkansas vs Liberty 5:48:07-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs High Point 5:49:40-Picks & analysis for NJIT vs AlbanySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PART 2Precious Hope's case has been unsolved for 40 Years......NEXT WEEK ON PART III, I will have an interview with the Director, Bird Sosa. You can view his documentary NOW! https://tubitv.com/movies/693999/our-precious-hope-st-louis-little-jane-doe-revisitedLOST LOVED ONE:St. Louis Little Jane Doe 1983 - the victim was found in the basement of an abandoned building in St. Louis, Missouri. The victim had been in the basement for approximately four days and was decapitated. The victim had two coats of red and purple fingernail polish on her hands and was wearing a V-neck long-sleeve yellow sweater.IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Submit an anonymous Tip onlineTo provide or request additional information, please contact - Det. Daniel Sweeney, St Louis Metropolitan Police Department, MO, (314) 444-5371 x5826, firstname.lastname@example.org - FBI ViCAP, (800) 634-4097, email@example.com.ARTICLES/SOURCES: https://www.newspapers.com/clip/65794369/little-jane-doe-1983-unsolved-murder/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Louis_Jane_Doe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sightings_episodes This is a link to a video clip from the show after the fox news report of Doe's body being exhumed. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2909093859368408 Erica Michelle and Marie Green's case was solved and ruled out as connected to Saint Louis 1983 Little Doe.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Erica_Green#Discovery SLMPD Cold Case Files; They also have a substantial reward for the case available. https://youtu.be/Hk0QUamzBIw The “Our Precious Hope” Documentary was released for a time on youtube. It was later re-done and re-released with acclaim and even more information. https://www.ksdk.com/article/news/local/the-st-louis-american/our-precious-hope-st-louis-baby-jane-doe-documentary/63-49684372-e3d6-4b7e-9b98-77dad950338e The "Our Precious Hope Revisited" Documentary has been released. It has the best information and interviews with people involved in the case, past and present. https://tubitv.com/movies/693999/our-precious-hope-st-louis-little-jane-doe-revisited "The Case Is Never Closed" - Joe Burgoon https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90896822/march-3-1994/ "I've been accused of being possessed, and I'll be the first to admit I am. It's because I know that someplace out there there's a mother, a family, that knows their child is missing." - Sgt. Herb Riley, Homicide Division ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Coach English joins "The Opening Drive" to talk about tonight's matchup between George Mason & Saint Louis, if he'll have a big CoMO-STL group at the game tonight, the biggest champ from player-to assistant coach-and now to head coach, how they've built a veteran team but the plan for the future of the Patriots, his thoughts on Gates' strong start to his Mizzou career and his final thoughts on the matchup versus Yuri Collins, especially after his last game against George Mason.
Jason Bockman is a father, a successful entrepreneur, and the owner of the well known St.Louis donut shop 'Strange Donuts'. Jason returns to the podcast to talk about his experience of struggling with mental health, fatherhood, how social media and politics can be warped, and the art of hustling.Strange Donuts: https://strangedonuts.comBook a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-club
Rammer & Rocc are back to break down a solid win for Saint Louis over the Bonnies, including the strong defensive showing from the team, Gibson getting hot late & the continued development of Larry Hughes Jr, jump into the change of pace that could be coming for the Billikens and look into a tricky matchup against a corner-turning George Mason Patriots team.
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - On the eve of President Joe Biden's Sunday visit to the US-Mexico border to meet with local officials and border enforcement agents, the US Catholic bishops announced their opposition to the administration's recent crackdown on illegal immigration to the United States. Biden announced Thursday that the US will step up enforcement at the border and begin to turn away Cubans, Nicaraguans, and Haitians who try to cross the US-Mexico border illegally. The new rules would also allow up to 30,000 people to come into the US each month from Cuba, Nicaragua, and Haiti. Migrants would be able to come for two years and receive work authorization, provided they have an eligible sponsor and can pass vetting and background checks. In his statement, Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso declared the bishops' opposition to the new rules on the grounds that those fleeing violence have a right to seek safety in the US. “We urge the administration to reverse its present course in favor of humane solutions that recognize the God-given dignity of migrants and provide equitable access to immigration and humanitarian pathways,” the bishop said. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253290/us-bishops-urge-biden-administration-to-reverse-its-present-course-on-immigration Cardinal Joseph Zen met privately with Pope Francis on Friday after attending Benedict XVI's funeral. The Hong Kong authorities temporarily released the passport of the 90-year-old cardinal, who was arrested last year under the city's national security law, to allow him to travel to Rome. According to America Magazine, Zen met Pope Francis in the afternoon on January 6, in the Vatican's Santa Marta guesthouse. The cardinal also posted photos showing him embracing Benedict XVI's closed coffin and greeting Pope Francis in front of Michelangelo's Pietà on the morning of the funeral. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253283/cardinal-zen-meets-pope-francis-prays-at-benedict-xvi-s-tomb The SEEK conference, a major Catholic conference for students, adults, and clergy put on by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS), will return to Saint Louis in 2024 for the second year in a row, FOCUS announced late last week. According to FOCUS' estimate, nearly 19,000 people — students, adults, families, bishops, priests, religious sisters, and more — attended the five-day SEEK23 conference at America's Center Convention Complex in downtown Saint Louis last week. The conference — now in its 25th year — included workshops, talks, worship, and entertainment. The 2023 gathering was FOCUS' first fully in-person national conference since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. FOCUS held a national conference in Indianapolis in 2019 and a smaller student leadership summit in Phoenix in the earliest days of 2020. Conferences for 2021 and 2022 were held online due to the pandemic. FOCUS announced on Thursday evening that the next SEEK will take place January 1-5, 2024, also in Saint Louis, at the same venue. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253277/young-catholics-converge-at-seek23-i-love-seeing-people-fall-in-love-with-jesus Today, the Church celebrates The Baptism of the Lord. the Church also celebrates Saint Adrian of Canterbury, the famous Abbot of Saint Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury, where he established a flourishing monastic school, where many future bishops and abbots were educated in Latin, Greek, scripture, theology, Roman law and arithmetic. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-adrian-of-canterbury-111
durée : 00:58:47 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Le droit romain désigne généralement le droit produit sous la République romaine et l'Empire, entre 509 avant J.-C. et 476 après J.-C. Tout au long de ce millénaire, le ius, oral et écrit, évolue et se fixe peu à peu. Pourquoi est-il resté si essentiel dans l'histoire du droit ? - invités : Soazick Kerneis Professeure d'histoire du droit et du droit romain à l'Université Paris Nanterre; Robert Jacob Juriste et historien, directeur de recherche honoraire du CNRS et professeur émérite des universités de Liège et Saint-Louis de Bruxelles
Powder Springs man found guilty in a 2018 armed robbery in Cobb was sentenced to at least 12 years in prison on Tuesday. Romero Lindley received a 20-year sentence with 12 to be served in custody. Lindley was found guilty of two counts of armed robbery and one count of criminal attempt to commit a felony on Dec. 9 of last year. Lindley's charges stemmed from a home invasion incident on June 5, 2018, when Cobb police were dispatched to an armed robbery in progress at an apartment located in Marietta. A neighbor said at the time that four armed men entered the apartment. During an investigation into the incident, three victims and the neighbor told the officers that two of the men drove away prior to police arrival, while the other two fled through the woods toward a church parking lot, prosecutors said. Officers found Lindley hiding in bushes near the apartment following a K-9 tracking. He was found with a black ski mask and black sweatpants, which contained one of the victim's necklaces, per prosecutors. The ski mask, found within arm's reach of Lindley, was sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for DNA matching, and found to contain Lindley's saliva. In Lindley's arrest warrant from 2018, he was accused of taking a laptop, a Louis Vuitton travel bag and approximately $300 from the residence. Prosecutors said one victim testified at trial and stated that Lindley “put a gun to [his] forehead and took the necklace right off [his] neck.” Lindley was arrested again last May, accused in an arrest warrant of jumping bail by fleeing to South Carolina after he failed to appear in Cobb Superior Court on the armed robbery charges. In 2019, Lindley's co-defendant Marcellis Richardson pleaded guilty to charges related to the incident. Another co-defendant, Donquail Williams, pleaded guilty to charges in 2021. Democrats Nichelle Davis and Becky Sayler were sworn in as the two newest members of the Cobb County Board of Education on Thursday. Sayler, who previously taught English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) in Cobb and now teaches preschool, represents Post 2. She replaces Democrat Dr. Jaha Howard, who did not seek reelection after a single term in order to run for state school superintendent, a race he lost. Sayler won 68.6% of the vote in the November general election to Republican Stephen George, Jr.'s 31.4%. Davis, meanwhile, was a Teach for America teacher before becoming a staffer at the education nonprofit Achieve Atlanta, and represents Post 6. She replaces Democrat Charisse Davis, who decided against running for reelection after serving one term. Sayler was sworn in by Cobb State Court Judge Ashley Palmer, while Davis was sworn in by Cobb Superior Court Judge Kellie Hill. Sayler told the MDJ two of her priorities on the board will be expanding pre-K and revising a policy passed in July that paved the way for armed, non-police security personnel at schools, which was billed as a way to improve safety in case of a mass shooting. Sayler added that, as a former ESOL teacher, she is passionate about the district's dual-language immersion program, which enables students to develop literacy skills in English and a foreign language at the same time. Davis said she will prioritize “building relationships” as she begins her term on the board. At their first meeting, Sayler and Davis got a taste of the partisan divide on the board, with party-line votes leading to the election of the new board chair, Republican Brad Wheeler, and vice chair, Republican David Banks. A vote on the board meeting calendar also passed 4-3, with the Republican members in favor and Democrats opposed. The discussion for instant replay at the high school state championship football games will begin in earnest Monday. It is one of the items that will be talked about at the Georgia High School Association Board of Trustees' meeting in Thomaston. During a news conference last month to announce that the GHSA's football state championships would be moved to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, executive director Robin Hines said the issue of replay would be looked into. The topic came into the forefront following the Class AAA title game between Sandy Creek and Cedar Grove. A touchdown was allowed to stand despite the Georgia Public Broadcasting television replay showing that the Sandy Creek ball-carrier appeared to be tackled at the 1-yard line. Sandy Creek went on to win the game 21-17. With playing the title games in an NFL stadium, it gives the GHSA an opportunity to potentially utilize its system to make sure calls are correctly made in the biggest games of the year. Hines also said he hopes he would be able to use the games in August's season-opening Corky Kell Classic — also at Mercedes-Benz Stadium — as a trial for the state championships. Another item that will be discussed by the GHSA Board of Trustees is a motion brought forth by the Fulton County School System to do away with the minimum seating requirements for schools to host state semifinal football playoff games. This year, three state semifinal games involving Fulton County schools had to be moved to neutral sites because the host schools' stadium capacities did not meet the GHSA's minimum standard of 6,000. Milton, whose stadium seats 3,000, was set to host Mill Creek in one Class AAAAAAA semifinal. After numerous discussions of options, which included the possibility of Mill Creek agreeing to waive the seating requirement or moving the band seating into the end zone to open up additional seating space, the game was played at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta, with a 5 p.m. scheduled start. It became the first game of a semifinal doubleheader, which was followed by Hughes, another Fulton County school that could not fulfill the GHSA seating requirement, facing Rome at 8 p.m. The other Class AAAAAAA semifinal between Roswell and Gainesville was moved to McEachern's Walter Cantrell Stadium. Ethan Bourdon became the first child to ride Kennesaw's brand-new swing at Swift-Cantrell Park, one that allows kids with disabilities to get in on the fun. Bourdon's mother, Shawna Grimes, told the MDJ this is “huge” for Bourdon, who is wheelchair-bound with a rare genetic disorder, MeCP2 Duplication Syndrome. Mayor Derek Easterling said the swing's ribbon-cutting was the culmination of a five-year effort by the city to transform the park, located on Old Highway 41 across from Kennesaw Elementary School, into one that is inclusive of all children. According to the city, the park is home to one of the largest inclusive playgrounds in the country. It includes 40 feet of shade, wheelchair accessible ramps that lead to a ropes tower, sensory stations, an eight-person, wheelchair-accessible, swaying structure, a slide and the new swing. About $450,000 from the city's 2016 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax projects was put toward upgrading the 18,500-square-foot park with features that would make it accessible for all under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Easterling said Kennesaw Councilman Pat Ferris had first lobbied for the inclusive swing after the idea for making the park inclusive of those with disabilities came up about five years ago. The swing, which was the final touch on the park's upgrades, came together thanks to Ferris and Kennesaw resident Ann Pratt, who is active in the North Cobb Civitan and was recognized by the city in June 2022 for her leadership. The swing was made possible by a grant from T-Mobile, created to fund improvement projects for small towns across the U.S. Kennesaw received a grant of roughly $47,000 to implement the swing. Former Hillgrove point guard Jeremiah Wilkinson committed this week to play his college basketball at Mississippi State. Wilkinson, a 6-foot, 175-pound junior from Powder Springs who now plays at The Skill Factory, a basketball developmental organization in Atlanta, posted his decision on social media Wednesday. Wilkinson was the first commitment to Mississippi State from the class of 2024. The three-star recruit selected the Bulldogs over a number of other Division I programs, including Georgia State, Florida, Mississippi, Butler, Murry State, Rice and Saint Louis, among others. He was also garnering interest from interest from Marquette, Loyola-Chicago and Providence. Wilkinson is averaging 14.3 points, 3.1 assists and 3.1 rebounds a game this season against similar basketball prep programs. Last year, he helped lead Hillgrove to a 23-4 record, averaging a team-high 16.8 points per game to go with 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists. Jordan Ridley is ready to hit the ground running as one of newest members to represent Cobb and Cherokee counties in the Georgia House. Ridley is “super great guy,” according to Cobb GOP Chair Salleigh Grubbs. Ridley, 30, was elected to represent House District 22 in November with 14,685 votes, or 61.5%, to Democrat Stacee Hill's 9,190 votes, or 38.5%. Ridley won 52.4% of the vote in Cobb. Ridley replaces Wes Cantrell, a Republican from Woodstock, who decided not to seek reelection after eight years under the Gold Dome. Before the 2020 redistricting cycle, House District 22 included eastern Cherokee County and a slice of southwest Forsyth County. Under the redrawn legislative map, Ridley will represent southwest Cherokee County and a sliver of north Cobb. A Cherokee County native, Ridley went to Etowah High School before attending Georgia State University, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in public policy. Previously, Ridley served as the chair of the Cherokee County Republican Party from 2021 to 2022. Before that, he was a legislative aide for state Representative Charlice Byrd, a Republican from Woodstock, who represents House District 20. Ridley said he looks forward to leveraging the connections he established while working for Byrd in the General Assembly. Ridley worked on a wide range of issues as Byrd's aide, and he said appropriations is his biggest interest entering the 2022 session. That said, Ridley is looking to take advantage of other work experience in his new role. On his preference sheet for committee assignments, he listed the Game, Fish, and Parks Committee — Ridley was a park ranger for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and worked for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/ https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rammer & Rocc are back after the Billiken's opening two games of their A10 schedule--a road win over St. Joseph's and a road loss to UMass--breaking down what went wrong in their second trip of the conference schedule, the tragic news for Fred Thatch and Saturday's matchup against the Bonnies.
Bernie previews the Blues' Thursday night matchup against the New Jersey Devils. He also looks at where Mizzou can improve after losing in Arkansas Wednesday night in a tough road matchup. He then expresses disappointment in Travis Ford and SLU after yet another loss wtih a veteran team.
Frank opens this Thursday edition of The Press Box with his signature monologue. It was a night of college basketball in-and-around the Gateway City on Wednesday, and an unsuccessful one at that. Frank concludes today's monologue with an ode to his mother who just recently passed.
Mother, Wife, Pastry Chef, Empress Trainor, Model, Fashionista and Lifestyle blogger.She is Executive Pastry Chef for La Patisserie, a French-Asian fusion Cake and Pastry Shoppe in Florissant, Missouri. She is also CEO of Empress Consulting LLC, a Human Resource Training and Development Firm which was established in 2014 together with her husband, Ken Corbin. Her life mission is to bring out the best in every individual who accepts her in their life path and inspire others to be the best that they can be as they pay the good deed forward.Support the show
Vance sits down for an As The Crowe Flies episode to reflect on the things he thinks are worth paying attention to; the conversation includes AI chatbots, Bitcoin, the podcasters he listens to and how to utilize podcasts, a new way of eating, articulate ventures network, building new relationships and maintaining current ones, gratitude and legacy interviews.Chatbot: chat.openai.comListen to Shaun's Podcast: https://shaunnewmanpodcast.com/Listen to Farm4Profit Podcast: https://farm4profit.comListen to Jim Rutt's Podcast: https://www.jumruttshow.com/THE BEST Dry Beans: https://www.hearnestore.comAlex Dodge Art: https://alexdodge.comLearn more about Nostr: nostr.comJoin the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Book a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-club
Rammer & Rocc break down a rough start to the season for the whole A10 (historic, even), how the Billikens match up after non-conference play, the Saint Louis vs. Saint Joseph's matchup for tomorrow afternoon & then it goes off the rails a bit after that...
12-30 Segment 3 - Former #stlcards RHP Kyle Lohse joins the show His golf gameSkip Schumaker being named most handsome manager in MLBHis son's baseball progress Memories of playing in Saint Louis
Tous les jours, les journalistes et correspondants de RFI ainsi que des spécialistes répondent à vos questions sur l'actualité. Ce matin : Nigeria : comment seront répartis les 15 millions d'euros que Shell doit verser aux agriculteurs touchés par des déversements de pétrole ? Par Olivier Rogez, journaliste au service économie de RFI. Sénégal : quels sont les principaux freins à une nouvelle candidature de Macky Sall à l'élection présidentielle ? ParMaurice Soudieck Dione, professeur agrégé de sciences politiques à l'université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis. Corne de l'Afrique : comment expliquer que 20 millions d'enfants souffrent de la faim ? Par Louis Vigneault-Dubois, porte-parole de l'UNICEF pour l'Afrique subsaharienne. RDC : quelles suites à la tribune signée par Martin Fayulu, Augustin Matata et Denis Mukwege ? Par Reagan Miviri, chercheur à Ebuteli, un institut de recherche congolais. * Par téléphone : de France : 09 693 693 70 de l'étranger : 33 9 693 693 70 * Par WhatsApp : +33 6 89 28 53 64 N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE NOUS COMMUNIQUER VOTRE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (avec l'indicatif pays). Pour nous suivre : * Facebook : Rfi appels sur l'actualité * Twitter : @AppelsActu
Ben Poremba is the founder of Bengelina Hospitality Group which boasts St. Louis staples like Olio, Elaia, Nixta, Benevolent King, AO&Co, and newly opened Bar Moro. Originally from Israel, Poremba began his culinary career in the states as a private chef, and then transitioned his experience into launching a catering company while still in college, Taste Fine Catering. Poremba is moved by how food plays a central role in celebrations, rituals, holidays, and virtually every ceremony humans are engaged in. In this episode we learn more about Ben's upbringing, entrepreneurship, and more. Support the show
Tim Hosler is a fractional CFO and the VCP's first ever podcast guest. Tim returns to talk with Vance about the state of the economy, and ways to improve healthcare and other broken federal systems. Vance and Tim debate the use case for Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies and the effects of the federal government's printing of additional currency. Rules for Rulers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rStL7niR7gsBook a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-club
Bernie previews Thursday night's Braggin' Rights game between Missouri and Illinois. Bernie takes a look at how Brad Underwood has built up the Illinois program while the current team is still trying to mature and come together. He also points out how Mizzou has improved under Dennis Gates even if it's still an underdog. He then shitfts his attention to the Saint Louis University Billikens as he questions Travis Ford's coaching ability given how he's admitted this is his most talented squad at SLU.
Rammer & Rocc break down one of the toughest loses in the Travis Ford era for the Billikens, getting their fifth non-conference loss for just the second time ever under Travis. - How did the Billikens get here and can they pull themselves out in time to hit the conference schedule hard? - Is there a chemistry issue for the Billikens? - Is this effort with the player or a scheme issue with the coaching?
12-22 Segment 4 - Intro music causes a stir - Jim's family stops by - Coolest Christmas gifts for kids - Local newscasts, ranked - Weather is King - Best dressed newscaster in Saint Louis