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Notas de fe y vida
Entrevista Sister Rosa Orellana, Hermana de San José de Carondelet Perú

Notas de fe y vida

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 47:29


Saludos, en este episodio estaré dialogando con la Hermana Rosa Orellana sobre su vocación y vida. Este es un programa hermoso que no se pueden perder. ¡Compártelo para que otros puedan escuchar esta hermosa historia!Redes sociales: saulmarrerorivera (Facebook e Instagram); saulmarrero6 (Twitter)Correo electrónico: notasdefeyvida@gmail.comDirección postal: 189 Ave Las María, apt 305 San Juan PR, 00927-4325Música: bensound.com

Buen viaje
Aragón Noticias De Cerca Zaragoza - 28/09/2022

Buen viaje

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:00


Hoy conoceremos "De Cerca" la nueva visita, "Muralla interior. Los Pasetes del monasterio y las murallas", que se ha puesto en marcha en Zaragoza tras la apertura del público del interior de la muralla romana del Monasterio de Canonesas del Santo Sepulcro. Tras esto, en el barrio de San José nos hablarán de una nueva edición de su tradicional Concurso de Fotografía que este año tendrá como tema “Crónica de 50 años de barrio”. Después, dedicaremos unos minutos a conocer Muribalta, el festival de música, patrimonio y gastronomía de la Ribera Alta del Ebro. Y, por último, conoceremos todos los detalles del III Simposium Internacional de Escultura de Calatorao que tendrá lugar en la localidad del 1 al 8 de octubre.

Noticentro
TEPJF analizará proyecto sobre la elección por la gubernatura de Tamaulipas

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 1:47


•Encuentran sin vida al alcalde de San José de Gracia•Cruce de ilegales deja 6 millones 800 mil dólares diarios•Más información en nuestro podcast

Historia de Aragón
Aragón Noticias De Cerca Zaragoza - 28/09/2022

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:00


Hoy conoceremos "De Cerca" la nueva visita, "Muralla interior. Los Pasetes del monasterio y las murallas", que se ha puesto en marcha en Zaragoza tras la apertura del público del interior de la muralla romana del Monasterio de Canonesas del Santo Sepulcro. Tras esto, en el barrio de San José nos hablarán de una nueva edición de su tradicional Concurso de Fotografía que este año tendrá como tema “Crónica de 50 años de barrio”. Después, dedicaremos unos minutos a conocer Muribalta, el festival de música, patrimonio y gastronomía de la Ribera Alta del Ebro. Y, por último, conoceremos todos los detalles del III Simposium Internacional de Escultura de Calatorao que tendrá lugar en la localidad del 1 al 8 de octubre.

Crimepod Puerto Rico
Edwin Bernard Astacio

Crimepod Puerto Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 25:21


En el episodio de hoy  hablo de un caso ocurrido en el 2010. Durante una persecución policiaca en la barriada San José en San Juan un helicóptero de la policía de San Juan fue atacado a tiros y derribado. Un joven de 20 años se hizo notorio en Puerto Rico cuando fue culpado de derribar el helicóptero. Luego del incidente algunos lo apodaron Bernard el tumba helicópteros.Recuerda seguirnos en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram Visita crimepodpr.com para más detalles.Música de fondo:  CO.AG Music, PistolónFuentes de información y documentos adicionales disponibles en Patreon.Este episodio también es traído a ustedes por Jabonera Don Gato. Los jabones Don Gato son hechos a mano, sin químicos dañinos ni detergentes. Elaborados con aceites naturales, esenciales y aromáticos, seguros para la piel. Pruébalos y siente la diferencia. Visítalos en jaboneradongato.com y utiliza el código "Crimepod" para obtener un 10% de descuento en tu compra.Si de casualidad estás cerca del área de Los Ángeles en California o estás planificando unas vacaciones para esa ciudad tengo una recomendación para ti. Uno de nuestros patreons tiene un Airbnb que es espectacular. ¡Tienen que verlo!Este moderno bungalow es perfecto para un grupo pequeño. Los dueños de este lugar prestaron mucha atención a los detalles del diseño y la decoración para que los huéspedes tengan una experiencia lujosa y a la vez relajante. Este bungalow tiene un espacioso patio, algo que es bastante difícil de encontrar en Los Ángeles. El patio tiene grama artificial, un salón terraza frente a una chimenea y una piscina con 10 pies de diámetro con vista sobre el este de Los Ángeles y las montañas de San Gabriel. El sitio parece de revista. Lo mejor de todo es que los dueños de este lugar tan espectacular son patreons de Crimepod PR y son puertorriqueños. Si mencionas a Crimepod te dan un 10% de descuento en tu tarifa diaria.Visita el siguente enlace; https://abnb.me/yLK70sI28pb Este episodio es traído a ustedes por Libros787.com. Ordena tus libros favoritos escritos por autores puertorriqueños desde la comodidad de tu casa. Utiliza el código promocional: CRIMEPODPR para que recibas envío gratuito en tu primera compra. Envíos a todas partes de Puerto Rico y Estados Unidos.Support the show

Shot de La Octava Sports
México venció a Perú 1-0 en duelo amistoso en el Rose Bowl Arena

Shot de La Octava Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 3:42


El TRI enfrentará mañana a Colombia en otro partido amistoso previo al Mundial de Qatar 2022. Chivas cayó 1-3 en amistoso en Atlanta ante el América. La NFL se vivió con intensidad. Javier Hernández anotó doblete en la victoria del Galaxy 3-2 ante el San José.

Eco Medios Podcast
EN LA TRINCHERA con Gustavo Tubio 26-09-2022

Eco Medios Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 118:25


EN LA TRINCHERA con Gustavo Tubio 26-09-2022 Entrevistas a: Horacio García (Presidente de la Federación Argentina de Neumáticos) Martín Bourdieu (Párroco Basílica San José de Flores)

Atenea Americana - by Stanford Hispanic Broadcasting
The Importance of Representation and the Hispanic Heritage Month

Atenea Americana - by Stanford Hispanic Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:23


Today our guest is Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez, a long-time politician in the bay area who is running for the mayor position in San Jose. She's a longtime resident of the city of San José. Chavez's father was a carpenter and her mother worked as a teacher's aide, spending much of her free time volunteering in the community. Her background makes her unique as the local political representative of an area with a diverse local population. There have been 24 years since a woman was mayor of San Jose. Chavez attended San José State University, where her passion for politics and commitment to community led her down a path to public service. After graduating, she worked as a budget and policy aide on health, human services, and transportation issues at the Board of Supervisors. Four years later, Chavez joined the South Bay Labor Council as Staff Director. During her tenure there, she helped create and lead Working Partnerships USA; a collaboration of business and civic groups, focusing on issues affecting working families. ​Chavez won her first election to San Jose's City Council in 1998 and focused on the building blocks of urban centers: establishing standards for traffic calming, [...]

Emprendedores de vida
EP:77 Con Caro Ulloa

Emprendedores de vida

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 68:29


Carolina Ulloa es Emprendedora, Fundadora de We Company, adonde realiza consultoría en mercadeo digital, transformación digital y lead generation. En esta charla conversamos con Caro sobre su propósito, el que la nutre y con el que está comprometida. Su guía la llevó, cuan nómada digital, a mudarse a vivir a Jacó y a trabajar desde allá o viajar algunos días a San José, para cumplir con sus clientes, como es el caso de la Federación Costarricense de Fútbol. Allí su trabajo ha sido puesto al ojo público y sobre esta presión y cómo lo ha sobrellevado también conversamos. Con la salud mental no se juega. Caro me abrió su corazón y desde su vulnerabilidad comparte sobre sus problemas de ansiedad, en ocasiones incapacitantes, pero también nos cuenta cómo el surf la ha ayudado a sobrellevarlo para ayudar a otros que, como ella, necesitan salir del "burn out" para sanar.

ScienceLink
ESMO 2022: Top cáncer de pulmón

ScienceLink

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 27:47


El Dr. Luis Corrales, oncólogo médico adscrito al Centro de Investigación y Manejo del Cáncer en San José, Costa Rica, junto con el Dr. Jorge Alatorre, oncólogo médico, jefe de servicio de Oncología Torácica en el Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Respiratorias en la Ciudad de México, México, nos comentan algunos de los estudios más destacados sobre el tratamiento del cáncer de pulmón presentados durante el Congreso Anual de ESMO 2022 en París, Francia. Resultados actualizados de ADAURA: Estudio fase III, que evaluó osimertinib como terapia adyuvante en pacientes con cáncer de pulmón de células no pequeñas (CPCNP) en estadio IB-IIIA con mutación en EGFR resecado (Resumen LBA47). CodeBreak 200: Estudio fase III, que evaluó sotorasib vs. docetaxel para el CPCNP previamente tratado con mutación KRAS G12C (Resumen LBA10). IPSOS: Estudio fase III, que evaluó atezolizumab de 1L vs. quimioterapia (QT) de agente único en pacientes con CPCNP no elegibles para un régimen que contenga platino (Resumen LBA11). Resumen LBA48: Detección/tamizaje masivo con dosis bajas de QT para el cáncer de pulmón en Guangzhou, China. Resultados actualizados de KEYNOTE-407: Estudio fase III, que evaluó pembrolizumab + QT en CPCNP en donde se vio una actualización a 5 años (Resumen 974MO). Resultados actualizados de KEYNOTE-189: Estudio fase III, que evaluó pembrolizumab + pemetrexed + platino vs. placebo + pemetrexed + platino de 1L en CPCNP metastásico no escamoso, en donde se vio una actualización de 5 años (Resumen 973MO). Resultados actualizados de POSEIDON: Estudio fase III, que evaluó durvalumab ± tremelimumab + QT en CPCNP metastásico de 1L, en donde se vio una actualización de supervivencia global después de una mediana de seguimiento de aproximadamente 4 años (Resumen LBA59). Fecha de grabación: Septiembre de 2022. Todos los comentarios emitidos por los participantes son a título personal y no reflejan la opinión de ScienceLink u otros. Se deberá revisar las indicaciones aprobadas en el país para cada uno de los tratamientos y medicamentos comentados. Las opiniones vertidas en este programa son responsabilidad de los participantes o entrevistados, ScienceLink las ha incluido con fines educativos. Este material está dirigido a profesionales de la salud exclusivamente.

Radio Albacete
Recordamos la figura de Ezequiel San José, un histórico del PCE de Albacete

Radio Albacete

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 6:43


Repasa su figura el coordinador provincial de IU, Daniel Martínez

Uppgång och Fall
The Dropout: Rättegången 2/7 - Larmet går

Uppgång och Fall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 32:41


Utanför domstolen i San José pågår en mediacirkus, rättegången mot Elizabeth Holmes följs av mediehus från hela världen. Det är dags för åklagarsidans hittills viktigaste vittne att ställa sig i båset; labbchef Adam Rosendorff. Frågan är - vad visste Elizabeth egentligen om vad som pågick i Theranos labb? Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/uppgangochfall. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
3010 - Rossopomodoro cresce ancora: nuova apertura nell'aeroporto di Bergamo Orio al Serio

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:58


Rossopomodoro, grazie alla consolidata partnership con Areas-Mychef, conquista una nuova location nell'Aeroporto di Bergamo Orio al Serio, al piano ammezzato, nell'area arrivi e nel frattempo si prepara per la prossima apertura nell'aeroporto di Roma Fiumicino.Continua e si rafforza la crescita di Rossopomodoro, azienda leader nel mercato della pizza da 25 anni, nel settore travel retail. Ad oggi il brand conta oltre 150 locali in Italia e in altri Paesi del mondo, tra cui Stati Uniti, UK, Danimarca, Brasile, Germania e Malta. L'ultima apertura internazionale a San Josè in California con Eataly, una collaborazione già consolidata da tempo con Oscar Farinetti.

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
RD se levantará igual que siempre, Sin Maquillaje, septiembre 20, 2022

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:23


En el resumen que les leeré en unos minutos está el cuadro de la situación en las 8 provincias por las que el huracán Fiona pasó directamente: La Altagracia, La Romana, El seibo, Hato Mayor, Monte Plata, Samaná, Sánchez Ramírez y María Trinidad Sánchez. La mala noticia es que los efectos secundarios que en la mayoría de los casos son inundaciones por acumulación de escorrentías que hoy afectan lugares de la provincia Monte Plata, San José de Ocoa y La Vega se sentirá a partir de hoy en Santo Domingo, San Cristobal, Peravia y el Bajo Yuna. El vertido de la presa de Hatillo que es libre se inició tímidamente ayer y eso significa que todo el caudal que se sume al Yuna a partir del embalse irá por obra de la naturaleza. El resto del sistema de presas y embalses está en condiciones optimas para recibir las lluvias y ahorita le mostraremos el cuadro. Rincón está cerca de su cota máxima pero tiene un contra embalse. A pesar de eso ya en las redes hay desaprensivos buscando likes con anuncios temerarios sobre apertura de compuertas. Los sistema Tavera-Bao y Jiguey-Valdesia están aprovechando las lluvias para la generación y su vertido es similar al ingreso de agua en sus embalses. Sabaneta y Sabana Yegua apenas están vertiendo. Esta madrugada ya tenemos reportes de inundaciones en Nizao y Don Gregorio. El cuadro es desolador pero este pueblo sabe levantarse. La prioridad hoy es garantizar la reapertura de las vías de acceso y con ello la posibilidad de atender a los más vulnerables fuera de los entornos urbanos. En las ciudades las aguas bajarán y la asistencia dependerá de la agilidad con que las autoridades actúen. En las comunidades pequeñas depende de que se pueda llegar por la vía terrestre. En jornadas como esta la solidaridad del que está más cerca siempre resuelve primero que la autoridad que tiene que llegar. Es hora pues de ser solidarios.

Radio Dénia
El escultor Teo San José presenta su libro `La Vasija de Barro'

Radio Dénia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:28


Entrevista con el escultor y escritor Teo San José, en Hoy por Hoy Dénia y Comarca, sobre su nuevo libro 'La Vasija de Barro', que presentará este jueves, 22 de septiembre, en La Casa de Cultura de Dénia a las 20 horas. 

Santos Día a Día
19 de septiembre - San José Maria de Yermo y Parres

Santos Día a Día

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:25


Gigante de la caridad.

Santo del Día
San José de Cupertino: 18 de septiembre

Santo del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 9:10


En Italia, san José de Cupertino, fue un presbítero de la Orden de Hermanos Menores Conventuales que destacó por su pobreza, humildad y caridad para con los necesitados de Dios. Murió en 1663. Desde el día de su ordenación sacerdotal su vida fue una serie no interrumpida de éxtasis, curaciones milagrosas y sucesos sobrenaturales en un grado tal que no se conocen en semejante cantidad en ningún otro santo. Bastaba que le hablaran de Dios o del cielo, para qué se volviera insensible a lo que sucediera a su alrededor. Es el patrono de los estudiantes.

Santo del Día
San José de Cupertino: 18 de septiembre ft. Fernando Montaño

Santo del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 21:44


En Italia, San Giuseppe de Cupertino, fue un presbítero de la Orden de Hermanos Menores Conventuales que destacó por su pobreza, humildad y caridad para con los necesitados de Dios. Murió en 1663. Desde el día de su ordenación sacerdotal su vida fue una serie no interrumpida de éxtasis, curaciones milagrosas y sucesos sobrenaturales en un grado tal que no se conocen en semejante cantidad en ningún otro santo. Bastaba que le hablaran de Dios o del cielo, para qué se volviera insensible a lo que sucediera a su alrededor. Es el patrono de los estudiantes.

Radio HM
¿Qué santo es hoy? San José de Cupertino (18 de septiembre)

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 3:07


San José de Cupertino nació en Cupertino (Italia), en un establo porque su familia era muy pobre. Era muy corto de alcances. A los 17 años entró con los franciscanos, pero fue despedido al poco como inútil. Después de un tiempo fue readmitido como oblato para cuidar una mula, aunque se le permitió estudiar. El obispo en persona quiso examinarlo para órdenes. El Santo cogió el Evangelio al azar y salió el único texto que sabía explicar. Desde entonces, los éxtasis y los favores milagrosos, se multiplicaron. Sus últimas palabras fueron para la Virgen: "muestra que eres mi Madre".

Todo tuyo, María
Todo tuyo, Maria 17/09/22

Todo tuyo, María

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 24:45


- Letanías de la Virgen: Virgen prudentísima y Virgen venerable. - San José de Cupertino, intercesor de los estudiantes.

Una oración al día
Oración a San José de Cupertino para ayudar en exámenes y estudios

Una oración al día

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 3:00


Si quieres la ayuda celestial para aprobar un examen o mejorar en los estudios, esta oración es ideal para ti

Empiece Aquí
Las denuncias de dos regidores de la Municipalidad de San José

Empiece Aquí

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 12:05


Hoy vamos a hablar sobre las denuncias de dos regidores de la Municipalidad de San José. La más reciente declaración del presidente Chaves sobre el BCR. También sobre la opinión de diversos políticos sobre el cultivo de cannabis hidropónico, y la apuesta del gobierno en cuanto a electromovilidad. La odisea en la que se van a embarcar decenas de autos eléctricos para derribar mitos, y que los ticos necesitaremos solicitar permiso en línea para viajar a Europa a partir de 2023. Lea más sobre estas historias en www.larepublica.net Lea acerca de las donas para probar en Costa Rica en www.laguiadecomida.com Síguenos en las redes sociales: Instagram: @la_republicacr @nopasanadacr Facebook: www.facebook.com/larepublicacr www.facebook.com/nopasanadacr Twitter: @la_republica @nopasanadacr YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/webmasterlarepublica www.youtube.com/nopasanadacr TikTok: @larepublicacr @nopasanadacr

El Reporte Delfino
La Justicia alcanza (solo) a algunos

El Reporte Delfino

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 6:59


Mientras el Tribunal Penal de Hacienda condena a dos exdiputados y una exdiputada del PASE a un total acumulado de 37 años de prisión por por haber realizado "nombramientos fantasma" durante su paso por la Asamblea, a sus colegas del PLN de ese mismo periodo (2010-2014) el Tribunal Penal de San José les absuelve a uno por duda (Antonio Calderón Castro) y al otro por una prescripción de 5 días (Óscar Alfaro Zamora).

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
«Eterno prestigio, estima y honor»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 4:01


(Día de la Independencia de Costa Rica) (Himno cantado por Carlos Rey en audio y en video) Corría el año de 1852. El presidente de Costa Rica, Juan Rafael Mora Porras, acordó recibir en una audiencia especial en San José a representantes del cuerpo diplomático de la Gran Bretaña y de los Estados Unidos, así que encargó a su hermano, el general José Joaquín Mora, que organizara los actos protocolarios. Éstos incluían la ejecución, por parte de la Banda Militar, de los himnos nacionales de los países participantes. Pero como no se había compuesto aún el himno costarricense, el general Mora llamó a Manuel María Gutiérrez Flores, quien tres meses antes había sido nombrado Director General de Bandas, y le ordenó que compusiera la música del Himno Nacional. No habiendo excusa que valiera ante tan apremiante situación, al joven músico le tocó componer el himno en cuestión de días, inspirado por la comprometida musa del deber patriótico. Fue así como al mediodía del 11 de junio se oyeron por primera vez las bellas notas del Himno Nacional de Costa Rica. La letra que aquella música acompañaría habría de escribirse y descartarse tres veces antes del concurso convocado en 1903 por el presidente Ascensión Esquivel Ibarra a fin de reemplazarla por una más adecuada. El concurso, al que se le adjudicaron quinientos colones como premio, lo ganó el joven poeta José María Zeledón Brenes con el seudónimo de Labrador. Con ligeras modificaciones, su composición, declarada letra oficial del himno el 10 de junio de 1949 por la Junta de Gobierno de José María Figueres Ferrer, es la que se canta actualmente,1 como sigue: Noble patria, tu hermosa bandera expresión de tu vida nos da; bajo el límpido azul de tu cielo, blanca y pura descansa la paz. En la lucha tenaz de fecunda labor que enrojece del hombre la faz, conquistaron tus hijos, labriegos sencillos, //eterno prestigio, estima y honor.// ¡Salve, oh tierra gentil! ¡Salve, oh madre de amor! Cuando alguno pretenda tu gloria manchar, verás a tu pueblo, valiente y viril, la tosca herramienta en arma trocar. ¡Salve, patria!, tu pródigo suelo dulce abrigo y sustento nos da; bajo el límpido azul de tu cielo, ¡vivan siempre el trabajo y la paz! Quiera Dios que, así como lo que más motivó al poeta José María Zeledón a componer esa letra de su Himno Nacional fue su convicción de que las letras previas no vertían las «auténticas modalidades del alma nacional costarricense»,2 también nosotros nos convenzamos de que las letras anteriores del himno individual de nuestra vida no reflejaban la auténtica gloria del Señor nuestro Creador por no haber sido transformados a su semejanza,3 y que esa convicción nos motive a componer una nueva letra interior que redunde en prestigio, estima y honor. Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 María Amoretti, Debajo del canto: Un análisis del Himno Nacional de Costa Rica (San José: Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 1987), pp. 15-20; Andrés Saborío-Bejarano, «Manuel María Gutiérrez, gloria musical costarricense», Acta académica, 1 noviembre 2005 En línea 5 febrero 2009; «José María Zeledón» En línea 4 febrero 2009. 2 «La Gaceta», 15 junio 1949, citado en Carlos Meléndez, Cincuentenario de la letra del Himno Nacional de Costa Rica (Ministerio de Educación Pública y el Museo Nacional, 1953), citado en Amoretti, p. 17. 3 2Co 3:18

Averiados
Chavela Vargas: Ojalá no amanezca nunca. Pt I

Averiados

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 61:50


Cuando escuchamos cantar a Chavela Vargas nuestros músculos de la piel se contraen de manera involuntaria, su voz es suficiente, no necesita más acompañamiento que el de una guitarra, los versos se desgarran entre los fraseos de una letra que solo pudo haber sido escrita con sangre. Así logró transmitirnos aquellos sentimientos que gobernaron su vida, el dolor, el abandono, la soledad y la tristeza, fieles compañeros que la siguieron en cada rincón de su natal Costa Rica. La vida de Chavela estuvo llena de momentos dramáticos su temprana ceguera, su poliomielitis, la tosferina, la muerte de su hermana y la explotación infantil fueron nimiedades al lado del exilio que sufrió a manos de sus seres mas queridos, el pueblo que la vio nacer y la iglesia que marcaba las normas morales en San José.   La reco de Xubby: https://open.spotify.com/track/5fuwOFFsjWuj2oZeG2nmwz?si=2708c1e406e0416b  

KGO 810 Podcast
Pat Thurston: San José Mayor Liccardo urges PG&E to fix faulty equipment

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 13:47


In response to recent power outages for more than 30,000 households and two San Jose hospitals, San José Mayor Sam Liccardo proposed that if PG&E does not present a plan for immediate replacement or repair of the company's failing infrastructure, the City seek a court injunction or Public Utility Commission (PUC) order mandating PG&E to do so.  “I have deep concerns about the safety of our residents and the viability of San José small businesses struggling against ongoing failures of a power grid hampered by poor maintenance and outdated equipment,” said Liccardo. “The march of climate change will continue, but other California cities subjected to far worse heat do not suffer the rate of power outages as the City of San José.   Our residents' health and safety depend on a reliable grid, and PG&E has an obligation to provide that to San José ratepayers.”   In a frustrating and menacing replay of August 2020, fears of heat-induced rolling blackouts resulting from insufficient load capacity statewide did not materialize this week, but nearly 100,000 San José residents were left in the dark anyway.    That is, San José residents suffered from the failure of PG & E's local distribution infrastructure—primarily blown transformers.   These failures shut down power to more than 30,000 households.   Three hospitals-- Valley Medical Center, Regional, and O'Connor--lacked without power for several hours, and failures of backup generators at Valley Med caused a loss of air conditioning, lighting equipment, and computer access. In some East San José neighborhoods—such in the retail area around Tully and King—residents reported that the power outages also took down cellular networks operated by AT&T, rendering cellular customers helpless to make a phone call or send a text to seek assistance. Liccardo continued,  “This is unacceptable.   We need to better understand why these failures disproportionately afflict PG&E's operations in San José.  More importantly, and we need to get them fixed—whether PG&E does so voluntarily, or under judicial or regulatory mandate.  We can no longer merely hope that PG&E will live up to its obligation to San José ratepayers to do so. “See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
Pat Thurston: San José Mayor Liccardo urges PG&E to fix faulty equipment

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 13:47


In response to recent power outages for more than 30,000 households and two San Jose hospitals, San José Mayor Sam Liccardo proposed that if PG&E does not present a plan for immediate replacement or repair of the company's failing infrastructure, the City seek a court injunction or Public Utility Commission (PUC) order mandating PG&E to do so.  “I have deep concerns about the safety of our residents and the viability of San José small businesses struggling against ongoing failures of a power grid hampered by poor maintenance and outdated equipment,” said Liccardo. “The march of climate change will continue, but other California cities subjected to far worse heat do not suffer the rate of power outages as the City of San José.   Our residents' health and safety depend on a reliable grid, and PG&E has an obligation to provide that to San José ratepayers.”   In a frustrating and menacing replay of August 2020, fears of heat-induced rolling blackouts resulting from insufficient load capacity statewide did not materialize this week, but nearly 100,000 San José residents were left in the dark anyway.    That is, San José residents suffered from the failure of PG & E's local distribution infrastructure—primarily blown transformers.   These failures shut down power to more than 30,000 households.   Three hospitals-- Valley Medical Center, Regional, and O'Connor--lacked without power for several hours, and failures of backup generators at Valley Med caused a loss of air conditioning, lighting equipment, and computer access. In some East San José neighborhoods—such in the retail area around Tully and King—residents reported that the power outages also took down cellular networks operated by AT&T, rendering cellular customers helpless to make a phone call or send a text to seek assistance. Liccardo continued,  “This is unacceptable.   We need to better understand why these failures disproportionately afflict PG&E's operations in San José.  More importantly, and we need to get them fixed—whether PG&E does so voluntarily, or under judicial or regulatory mandate.  We can no longer merely hope that PG&E will live up to its obligation to San José ratepayers to do so. “See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
12-9: Carretera San José-San Ramón: una historia de medio siglo.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 52:31


Se suponía que la ampliación y modernización de la esperada carretera San José- San Ramón debía empezar en marzo del próximo año y estaría lista antes de concluir el 2026. Pero a inicios de este mes, el ministro de Obras Públicas y Transportes, don Luis Amador, anunció que el Consejo de Seguridad Vial, COSEVI, acordó dejar fuera de ese proyecto al Banco de Costa Rica, que justamente es la entidad que ejecuta el Fideicomiso que se constituyó para esa obra, tras el traumático cierre del proyecto allá por el año 2012. Es decir, cuatro administraciones atrás, cuando un levantamiento de grupos organizados obligó a la presidenta Laura Chinchilla, a rescindir el contrato con el que una firma brasileña se había comprometido a hacer la carretera, hoy -una década después- hay un nuevo giro de tuerca en la historia. Hasta ahora el llamado Fideicomiso Ruta 1 ha ejecutado una parte de las denominadas obis (obras impostergables) que se calificaron como parte de una fase previa antes de entrar de lleno en la modernización de esa vía de 60 kilómetros. Pero de acuerdo con el jerarca del MOPT, ya está listo el borrador de una nueva adenda que ajustará el alcance de la obra y le quitará al BCR la parte integral del proyecto, por lo que el Fideicomiso terminaría solo la fase preoperativa (ampliación de puentes y construcción de intercambios). No conocemos las razones de fondo que privaron para tomar esa decisión, pero independientemente de ello, la consideración que nos asalta es ¿cuánto tiempo más se atrasará el proyecto debido? Después de todo, aún no se sabe mediante cuál figura contractual se continuaría la obra. El caso de San José San Ramón, es solo uno de los muchos y consabidos cuellos de botella de nuestra enorme e histórica limitación (incapacidad) para terminar lo que empezamos y avanzar hacia el desarrollo. Ahí están como botones de muestra muchos otros proyectos y obras inconclusas, aunque claro, el más traumático seguramente debe ser el de la nueva carretera a San Carlos. Medio siglo de espera. ¿Por qué seguimos tropezando en las mismas piedras? ¿Por qué países como Chile o Colombia (solo para citar dos casos) han logrado madurar tanto sus modelos de concesión de obras y nosotros seguimos empantanados en los mismos ejes? Para tratar de entenderlo, conversamos con Federico Villalobos, economista, especialista internacional en materia de concesión de obras y en alianzas público privadas.

Empiece Aquí
Rodrigo Chaves presentó el proyecto para vender el BCR

Empiece Aquí

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:56


Hoy vamos a hablar sobre Rodrigo Chaves presentó el proyecto para vender el BCR, y la Contraloría advirtió que una restructuración del MINAE le daría mucho poder a un solo órgano. También, a partir del 2023 las cargas sociales de la Caja se podrán pagar por tiempo real laborado y no por jornada completa. Se presentó una iniciativa para devolverle a San José su antiguo resplandor. Ya van 8 años y el proyecto de Circunvalación Norte no se ha abierto, y se descubrió tala ilegal en un bosque cercano a reserva indígena Këkoldi. Lea más sobre estas historias en www.larepublica.net Lea acerca de las donas para probar en Costa Rica en www.laguiadecomida.com Síguenos en las redes sociales: Instagram: @la_republicacr @nopasanadacr Facebook: www.facebook.com/larepublicacr www.facebook.com/nopasanadacr Twitter: @la_republica @nopasanadacr YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/webmasterlarepublica www.youtube.com/nopasanadacr TikTok: @larepublicacr @nopasanadacr

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
«La imaginación de Cocorí»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 4:01


(Día del Niño en Costa Rica) «—Cocorí, anda a traerme leña —le había dicho [mamá Drusila]. »Pero recogiendo una rama por aquí y otra por allá, se había ido adentrando en el bosque, y ya era hora de emprender el regreso. »Cruzó los primeros matorrales en los límites de la selva. Se apresuró, receloso, porque el sol comenzaba a ocultarse en el horizonte y se iniciaba el concierto nocturno. —Croá, croá, qué susto me da. »El sapo le gritaba desde su pantano, y el grillo intervenía con su voz en falsete: —Cri, cri, cri, apúrate, Cocorí. »Las ramas se alargaban como garras para atraparlo y veía sombras pavorosas por todas partes. Y cuando un búho abrió su ojo redondo y le gritó: —Estucurú, ¿qué buscas tú? Cocorí arrancó despavorido a todo lo que le daban las piernas. Corriendo... no se detuvo hasta que se encontró a salvo junto a mamá Drusila..., que siempre le había prohibido que se aventurara en el bosque.... »Después de la comida, Cocorí salió a la playa.... »El mar, enfrente, era... dueño y señor de innumerables secretos que aguijoneaban la imaginación de Cocorí. Por eso corrió hacia el círculo de pescadores que, a la luz de la luna, referían sus aventuras heroicas en el mar y en la selva. »Acuclillado en el ruedo de hombres, escuchó una vez más al Pescador Viejo —sus barbas blancas bailaban con los vientos salinos— contar de los hombres rubios que vivían al otro lado del mar, de la dentellada fugaz del tiburón, de las anguilas eléctricas y de la iguana acorazada con su lengua de siete palmos. »—Dime, Pescador —preguntó el Negrito—: ¿quién es más fuerte, el Caimán o la Serpiente Bocaracá? »El Viejo se rascó las barbas, dubitativo, guiñó un ojo y, por último, respondió: »—Todo depende. Si el Caimán la muerde primero, gana el Caimán; pero si la Serpiente lo aprisiona entre sus anillos y comienza a destrozarlo con su abrazo..., ¡adiós, Caimán! »La conversación se alargó hasta que los párpados de Cocorí comenzaron a pesarle, y a duras penas se fue trastabillando de sueño hasta su casa.»1 Por algo será que esta obra clásica de la literatura infantil del siglo veinte, que recorrió el mundo luego de ganar el Premio Rapa Nui en Chile en 1947, se titula Cocorí. Fue escrita por el talentoso autor costarricense Joaquín Gutiérrez, ganador del prestigioso Premio Nacional de Cultura Magón. Quiera Dios, quien creó el bosque, la selva, el sapo, el pantano, el grillo, el búho, el mar, la luna, el tiburón, la anguila, la iguana, el caimán y la serpiente para el deleite de Cocorí y de todos los niños del mundo, que así como Joaquín Gutiérrez se ganó la aprobación del acreditado periódico La Nación a tal grado que lo nombraron la figura literaria más importante del siglo veinte,2 así también cada padre de familia haga las veces del Viejo Pescador y se proponga ganar la aprobación de su esposa y de sus hijos a tal grado que lo consideren la figura familiar más importante de su vida. Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Joaquín Gutiérrez Mangel, Cocorí (San José: Editorial Costa Rica, 1998), pp. 11-14. 2 Wikipedia, s.v. «Joaquín Gutiérrez Mangel» En línea 22 abril 2011.

Radiomundo 1170 AM
La Sobremesa: El queso

Radiomundo 1170 AM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 51:32


El queso es un alimento sólido que se obtiene de la leche animal una vez eliminado el suero; sus variedades dependen del origen de la leche empleada, de los métodos de elaboración seguidos y del grado de madurez alcanzada en la cuajada.​ Se puede hacer de leche cuajada de las siguientes variedades de animales: vaca, cabra, oveja, búfala, camella, mamíferos rumiantes. Para hablar de hacer y comer queso invitamos a: Agustin Battellini de LaVigna, Ciro Rodríguez de Tambo Cerro Negro en San José y desde Cañada Nieto, Romina Rostán de Rostán Quesos Artesanales.

Round By Round Boxing Podcasts
RBR Recap Interview with Yokasta Valle (Entrevista Con Yokasta Valle)

Round By Round Boxing Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 22:22


In this edition of the RBR Recap Interview series presented by Round By Round Boxing, Gabe Rivas speaks with YOKASTA VALLE ahead of her matchup against THI THU NHI NGUYEN on Thursday, September 8.   The historic night for Costa Rican boxing will take place at Ciudad Deportiva Heiner Ugalde, Hatillo, San José, Costa Rica. The broadcast will air live on DAZN, the Golden Boy Boxing Youtube page, and the MarvNation Youtube page starting at 6:00 p.m. PT / 9:00 p.m. ET. For more RBR Recap coverage visit RBRRecap.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roundbyroundboxing/message

Historia de Aragón
Una alcoba con más de 200 años de historia

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 24:55


Nos colamos en la Casa Membrado de belmonte de San José, construída en el siglo XVIII y cuya planta baja es un museo dedicado a la memoria del periodista Pío Membrado. En su biblioteca personal, catalogada por su bisnieto Ramón Mur, se encuentran más de 30.000 ejemplares y documentos que cuentan la historia aragonesa de los últimos dos siglos.

Medita.cc
07-09-2022 Miércoles para San José

Medita.cc

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 28:42


¿Por qué se dedican a San José los miércoles? Quizá porque es el día de la semana en que se trabaja más. Y él nos enseña a trabajar sin perder de vista a Jesús y a María. Patrono de la Iglesia Universal, es también el que nos ayuda a permanecer contemplativamente en el hogar de Nazaret. Olvidado de sí, vive para el proyecto amoroso de Dios. Su intercesión, a decir de santa Teresa, es “cosa que espanta”.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
5-9: Chile dice no en el plebiscito constitucional.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 50:36


Contundente. Un adjetivo que describe a prueba de cualquier relativización una decisión inobjetable. Contundente fue el resultado de la consulta en las urnas mediante la que prácticamente 6 de cada 10 chilenos rechazaron este domingo de plano la propuesta de una nueva constitución política. Una reprobación mucho mayor de lo que los últimos sondeos de opinión pública advertían. Es decir, la sorpresa no fue la objeción, sino el margen abultado de la reprobación. Contundentes también son las exigencias del momento y por ello en la lectura del presidente Gabriel Boric, que esperaba un resultado favorable a la propuesta para poder empezar a gobernar, “el camino a una nueva constitución no será obstáculo para dar respuestas a las exigencias inmediatas”. Pero el costo vendrá. La conformación del gabinete será revisada. Y el camino restante a la vía de una nueva constitución habrá que retomarlo. Y en medio de la campante polarización que -más que menos- marca nuestras democracias, la urgencia, como dijo el joven mandatario chileno, es que la sociedad pueda encontrar sus derroteros comunes. En sus propias palabras, si los chilenos lo hicieron antes en condiciones tan difíciles, el desafío es hacerlo ahora. “Volveremos a encontrarnos”, dijo. ¿Cuáles fueron los factores que llevaron a esta derrota del proyecto de nueva constitución? ¿Cuáles ahora los márgenes de maniobra para la gobernanza de un Ejecutivo tan nuevo y maniatado? ¿Cuál el ánimo social y político para emprender la redacción de un nuevo texto constitucional que por fin deje atrás la carta magna que emanó de la dictadura y que no sea el producto de un traumático levantamiento social como el ocurrido en el 2019? En Hablando Claro conversamos desde Santiago de Chile con Fabricio Franco, director de la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales y desde San José con el periodista Eduardo Ulibarri.

SBS French - SBS en français
C'est arrivé un 3 septembre : 1995 – Lancement du site internet eBay

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 6:02


Le 3 septembre 1995, l'Américain Pierre Omidyar crée le site d'enchères en ligne eBay, à San José en Californie. Durant deux ans, le site s'appelle AuctionWeb.

Midnight Train Podcast
The Servant Girl Annihilator (Your Jack the Ripper is Showing)

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 108:18


Become a producer of the show and get your bonuses! Sign up for our Patreon! www.themidnighttrainpodcast.com    We've all heard the story of Jack the Ripper, right? Hell, we did a two-parter on the case not too long ago. You know the story. Some crazy person, running around hacking up people, disemboweling them, and nobody knows who it was. You know, that old chestnut. There were other cases similar to the Jack the Ripper case, like the Vallisca ax murders, the Hinterkaifeck Murders, and quite a few more that we've covered right here on the Midnight Train.    Well, this story is right in line with those unsolved atrocities and… it happened before Jack the Ripper decided to go all willy nilly and mutilate a bunch of poor women.   The Servant Girl Annihilator, also known as the Austin Axe Murderer and the Midnight Assassin (which is my favorite for obvious reasons), was a still, as of yet, unidentified serial killer who preyed upon the city of Austin, Texas, between 1884 and 1885. The murderer's nickname originated with the writer O. Henry. Apparently he had mentioned the murderer in a letter he had written, coining the dipshit murderers name.   The brutal killings in Austin occurred three years before Jack the Ripper terrorized London's East End (and there are some who believe the Servant Girl Annihilator and Jack the Ripper were the same person and we'll touch on that later). Although these murders happened 75 years before the term serial killer was coined, it still sealed Austin's reputation as the first city in America to have a serial killer — and the peice of crap responsible to be known as the first serial murderer in the country. Not exactly someone sane is running to be the first, but someone has to be the first something, right?   First, let's talk about Austin, Texas and a smidge of its history.   As per Wikipedia: Evidence of habitation of the Balcones Escarpment region of Texas can be traced to at least 11,000 years ago. Two of the oldest Paleolithic archeological sites in Texas, the Levi Rock Shelter and Smith Rock Shelter, are located southwest and southeast of present-day Austin respectively. Several hundred years before the arrival of European settlers, the area was inhabited by a variety of nomadic Native American tribes. These indigenous peoples fished and hunted along the creeks, including present-day Barton Springs, which proved to be a reliable campsite. At the time of the first permanent settlement of the area, the Tonkawa tribe was the most common, with the Comanches and Lipan Apaches also frequenting the area. The first European settlers in the present-day Austin were a group of Spanish friars who arrived from East Texas in July 1730. They established three temporary missions, La Purísima Concepción, San Francisco de los Neches and San José de los Nazonis, on a site by the Colorado River, near Barton Springs. The friars found conditions undesirable and relocated to the San Antonio River within a year of their arrival. Following Mexico's Independence from Spain, Anglo-American settlers began to populate Texas and reached present-day Central Texas by the 1830s. The first documented permanent settlement in the area dates to 1837 when the village of Waterloo was founded near the confluence of the Colorado River and Shoal Creek.   Got all that? Good… maybe you can explain it to me later. Just kidding… kind of. The victims   The first unfortunate victim was Mollie Smith, a 25-year-old cook working for the Walter Hall residence on Sixth Street (then named Pecan Street). She was killed on December 30, 1884, in a grisly killing filled with an extreme amount of blood due to the ax wounds to her head, abdomen, chest, legs, and arms. Her body was found outside and placed in the snow next to the family outhouse. She was attacked with an axe in her sleep, dragged into the backyard, raped and murdered. Walter Spencer, 30 yrs. old, also attacked and wounded.   The second poor victim was Eliza Shelly, a young woman who worked as a cook for the family of Dr. Lucian Johnson. Killed a few months after Mollie Smith, Shelly had been brutally murdered on Cypress Street on May 7, 1885, and her head left almost completely split from the blows of an axe. She was the mother of three children.   Because of the killer's apparent weapon of choice — an axe — the murders were first known as the Austin Axe Murders until a well-known resident, William Sydney Porter (that writer guy with the pen name, O. Henry) wrote in a letter to a friend: "Town is fearfully dull, except for the frequent raids of the Servant Girl Annihilators, who make things lively during the dead of night." After his letter became public, locals and reporters began referring to the murderer as the Servant Girl Annihilator.    On May 23, 1885, a third hapless woman, also a young servant person, became the next victim. Her name was Irene Cross and she lived on East Linden Street, just across from Scholz Garten. A reporter on the scene after her vicious attack stated that she looked as if she had been scalped. This victim was killed with a knife, as opposed to the aforementioned ax. Was this attack the work of the Annihilator or a different lunatic?    As summer dwindled down, August brought forth the arrival of a horrendous attack on Clara Dick. Later that month, another servant named Rebecca Ramey was wounded and her 11-year-old daughter Mary was killed.   At this time, the citizens of Austin were scared as shit and began protecting their homes with extra measures. Other cautions, such as increased patrols in neighborhoods, going home before sunset, and 24-hour saloons closing at midnight, we all also put into place. (It's worth noting that despite the legend, Austin's famous moontowers were not constructed during this time. They came later in the 1890s.)   Next victims were 20 year old Gracie Vance and her 25 year old boyfriend Orange Washington. They were sleeping in a shack behind the home of Vance's boss when the couple was brutally attacked with an ax. According to the local paper, Vance's "head was almost beaten into a jelly." Gracie was also dragged into the backyard, raped and murdered. Lucinda Boddy and Patsy Gibson, both only 17 yrs. old, were also attacked and wounded.    Weird note here, up to this point all the victims were African-American, but they were not all servant girls. And many noted that white residents had not been attacked. At least not yet.   The final two murders occurred on Christmas Eve (or possibly December 28th), 1885. First, 41 year old Sue Hancock, the mother of two, described as "one of the most refined ladies in Austin," was found in her backyard (now the Four Seasons Austin) by her husband. She had been dragged there while sleeping and succumbed to her wounds.   Hours later, 17 year old Eula Phillips, "one of the prettiest women in Austin," was found dead in her in-laws backyard (where the Austin Central Library is now located) she was also dragged into the back yard, raped and murdered. Her 24 year old husband, Jimmy Phillips Jr, sustained severe wounds in the attack. Ultimately, both spouses of Sue Hancock and Eula Phillips were accused, but found not guilty of the murders.   After the Christmas Eve murders in 1885, the killings stopped, but the fear was still palpable. At the time of the murders, Austin had been changing from a small frontier town to a cosmopolitan city, but the reputation it acquired because of the crimes put a halt to the city's growth.   The suspects Although approximately 400 men were eventually rounded up by authorities and questioned in the killings, all suspects were released and the murders remain unsolved. However, there are a few names from history that stand out as possible murder suspects.   Nathan Elgin was native of Austin and a young African-American domestic servant who knew the streets of his hometown.    The majority of this next part was taken from the website servantgirlmurders.com   Late one night in February 1886 a saloon in Masontown in east Austin was the scene of a violent and disturbing incident. The surrounding neighborhood was in an uproar because a drunken, raging man had dragged a girl from the saloon to a nearby house where he could be heard beating and cursing her while she screamed for help. The entire neighborhood had come out in the streets and the commotion caught the attention of a nearby police officer. Police officer John Bracken arrived on the scene and the saloon keeper, Dick Rogers and a neighbor, Claibe Hawkins, went with Bracken to stop the man from beating the girl to death.   Rogers and Hawkins went into the house and pulled the man away from the girl and into the front yard. As Rogers and Hawkins grappled with the man, Officer Bracken got out the handcuffs. The man would not be subdued – he threw off Rogers and Hawkins and knocked Bracken off his feet. The man turned on them and brandished a knife. As Bracken tried to recover a shot rang out. Bracken drew his pistol and fired. The shot brought down the raging man. The man's name was Nathan Elgin. There was no explanation for Elgin's rage at the girl, named Julia. Bracken's shot did not kill Elgin instantly but it did leave him paralyzed and mortally wounded; he died the following day. A subsequent autopsy revealed that Bracken's bullet had lodged in Elgin's spine which accounted for the paralysis. The doctors had also noticed another detail – Elgin was missing a toe from his right foot. During the investigations of the crimes the authorities had carefully noted the footprints which were often bloodstained and had made distinct impressions in the soil as the perpetrator carried the weight of the victim. Apart from general measurements of size and shape, footprints in most instances are not especially distinctive and they would not have been much use to the authorities had they not possessed some unusual feature. But the footprints left behind at the Servant Girl Murder crime scenes did share a very distinct feature – one of the footprints had only four toes. The authorities never shared this fact with the press or the general public during the course of 1885. The press frequently complained about the secrecy surrounding the murder inquests and argued that making all the details of the crimes public would facilitate the capture of the responsible parties more quickly. The authorities disagreed and kept certain details of the cases to themselves – details that they hoped would eventually identify the perpetrator and link him to the crime scenes. After Nathan Elgin's death the authorities unexpectedly had the direct physical evidence they had been waiting for – a foot that matched the distinctive footprints of the killer. But the foot belonged to a dead man. What were they to do with that information? What could they do with it? To imagine the state of mind of the authorities at that time one has to understand the heightened state of fear and suspicion that was present in Austin at the beginning of 1886. In the month since the last murders in December 1885, the city's police force had been tripled in size. A curfew had been enacted and private citizens had organized into patrols to guard the neighborhoods after dark. Strangers were forced to identify themselves or be evicted from the city. Saloons and other raucous downtown establishments, usually open twenty-four hours a day, were forced to close at midnight. A new era of law and order had begun. Would there have been any advantage in revealing that perhaps the midnight assassin was dead? And what if Elgin was not the mysterious murderer of servant girls? It was in the authorities' best interest to wait and see if the murders continued. Maybe the authorities believed they had gotten lucky – they couldn't arrest, prosecute of convict Elgin, but perhaps the problem had been solved. But in February 1886 it was still too early to be sure. It is important to remember that at the beginning of 1886, the Christmas Eve murders were not the last murders, simply the latest, and the investigations into the murders continued, notably with detectives still shadowing other suspects. While the authorities were not able to make use of the evidence against Elgin, the defense attorneys for James Phillips and Moses Hancock certainly were. Eula Phillips, wife of James Phillips, and Susan Hancock, wife of Moses Hancock, had both been murdered on December 24, 1885 and both husbands were subsequently charged with murdering their wives. In May 1886, during the trial of James Phillips, defense attorneys introduced into evidence floorboards marked with bloody footprints that had been removed from the Phillips house after the murder. They were compared to the footprints of the defendant, who removed his shoes and had his feet inked and printed in an elaborate demonstration in the courtroom. Even though Phillip's footprints were substantially different in size than the bloody footprints on the floorboards, the jury was unconvinced. The motives of jealousy and drunkenness as argued by the prosecution convinced the jury and they found Phillips guilty of second degree murder. When the case against Moses Hancock was finally brought to trial, the Hancock received some substantial legal help in the form of pro bono representation by John Hancock (no relation) a former U.S. Congressman, one of the state's most prominent political figures and one of Austin's most astute legal practitioners. Also providing assistance for the defense rather than the prosecution, was Sheriff Malcolm Hornsby, who during his testimony, described making a cast of Elgin's foot after his death, the significance of the missing toe, the similarities between Elgin's footprint and the footprints left at the Phillips and Ramey murders, and that fact that there had been no further servant girl murders committed since Elgin's death. Even so, the jury was not completely persuaded and after two days of deliberation, a hung jury was declared and the case was discharged without a verdict. The verdicts in the Phillips and Hancock trials illustrated the consensus on the Servant Girl Murders and the motives behind them – that the murders had been committed by different persons with conventional motives. Was Nathan Elgin the Servant Girl Annihilator? In my opinion, he most likely was based on 1) direct physical evidence linking Elgin to the crimes, 2) testimony of Sheriff Malcolm Hornsby as to Elgin's ostensible guilt, 3) the fact that there were no further Servant Girl Murders after his death, and 4) Elgin fits the criminal profile of such a killer. *** Nathan Elgin – A Criminology The Servant Girl Murders were over 130 years ago and few official records pertaining to them have survived. Likewise, there is little surviving biographical information about Nathan Elgin, however the information that is available strongly correlates to traits associated with a Disorganized/Anger-Retaliatory (D/AR) serial killer profile, and the crime scenes of the Servant Girl Murders correspond exactly to that of anger-retaliatory crime scenes: In the anger-retaliatory rape-murder, the rape is planned and the initial murder involves overkill. It is an anger-venting act that expresses symbolic revenge on a female victim. Nettled by poor relationships with women, the aggressor distills his anguish and contempt into explosive revenge on the victim… the aggressive killer will either direct his anger at that woman or redirect his anger to a substitute woman. Because the latter type of scapegoating retaliation does not eliminate the direct source of hate, it is likely that it will be episodically repeated to relieve internal stresses. Dynamically, the rape-homicide is committed in a stylized violent burst attack for purposes of retaliation, getting even, and revenge on women. The perpetrator tends to choose victims from familiar areas… and may use weapons of opportunity in percussive assaults with fists, blunt objects or a knife. The subject tends to leave a disorganized crime scene, and the improvised murder weapon may be found within 15 feet of the body. The following traits are common to the D/AR serial killer profile and I would argue that they are present in the historical record specifically in connection to Nathan Elgin: childhood abuse or neglect early violent episodes violent fantasy resentment of authority escalation stressors Additionally, Nathan Elgin would have possessed the locational expertise critical to successfully enacting the murders and eluding the authorities, culminating in a distinctive signature killing style – the attack on sleeping female victim using blunt force to the head, carrying the body away from the house into the yard where the victim was then raped. Childhood Abuse Suspicions All of the murderers were subjected to serious emotional abuse during their childhoods. And all of them developed into what psychiatrists label as sexually dysfunctional adults.  From birth to age six or seven, studies have shown, the most important adult figure in a child's life is the mother, and it is in this time period that the child learns what love is. Relationships between our subjects and their mothers were uniformly cool, unloving and neglectful. (4) The disorganized offender grows up in a household where the father's work is often unstable, where childhood discipline is harsh, and where the family is subject to serious strain brought on by alcohol, mental illness, and the like. (5) One of the primary components in the creation of the D/AR serial killer profile is a dysfunctional, abusive relationship within the family and especially between the mother and the subject. The mothers often have psychological disorders or they have been victims of emotional and sexual abuse themselves and are then subsequently abusive with their own children. At best the mothers are emotionally distant and at worst they are physically and psychologically abusive. Nathan Elgin was born in 1866, the fourth of five children in his family. The Elgin family had moved to Austin from Arkansas after the war, to the freedman's community that came to be known as Wheatville. Nathan had three older siblings that had already married, started their own families and evidently lived normal lives while Nathan was still a child growing up in Austin. However the older siblings' mother, Angeline, had been a different woman than Nathan's mother, Susan. (6) There is no record of what happened to Angeline, she presumably died or separated from her husband, Richard Elgin, but after she left, a woman named Susan Pearce appeared in her place to raise Nathan – whether she was his biological mother is unknown. I think this substitution in the maternal line is significant and I would speculate that Susan Pearce was an abusive catalyst in Nathan's emotional development. The 1880 census listed 14-year-old Nathan Elgin as still living with his parents; it noted his ability to read and write, and his occupation as “servant.” He was likely placed into service by his mother. For Nathan, being a domestic servant at that period in time would have entailed working in an environment with Victorian strictures and discipline, submitting to the authority of women, both black and white, carrying out whatever tasks were ordered without argument.  Habitual abuse or humiliation of young Nathan could have been facilitated by such conditions and it is easy to imagine him having suffered abuse in such a position considering the rage directed at this particular class of women only a few years later. Any abuse Nathan experienced as a child without having the physical ability to stop it, would in the meantime have fueled an inner world of revenge fantasy and anger waiting to be unleashed. Not until he was a teenager would he finally gain the physical ability to express that anger, except toward whomever was the source. The source or its memory, the humiliation and shame they had used to define him, would retain the ability to make him feel helpless and impotent. The result, once he had gained maturity, would be not just fantasies of rage, but their physical expression, enacted again and again upon victims who were substitute for its source. Early Violent Episodes – Resentment of Authority – Violent Fantasy These adolescents overcompensated for the aggression in their early lives by repeating the abuse in fantasy – but, this time, with themselves as the aggressors. He is seen as an explosive personality who is impulsive, quick-tempered, and self-centered. In the summer of 1881, Nathan Elgin was arrested for carrying a pistol and getting into a confrontation with another young man near the Governor's mansion, “they cursed each other for some time and aroused the neighborhood.” Such incidents were not particularly remarkable for that time period and the newspaper frequently reported similar skirmishes between young “bloods,” however it does demonstrate that Elgin already had a violent disposition at a young age.   More remarkable was an incident in 1882, when Elgin sent a threatening letter to a deputy sheriff promising to “whip destroy and kill” the deputy the next time they met. The written expression of violent threats and fantasies, especially toward the police or other authorities, is one of the classic serial killer tells. Nathan's letter was described “reckless and bloodthirsty” in the newspaper, a description that would later be more fittingly applied to the murders of 1885.  Locational Expertise Apart from committing the murders in the middle of the night and using the cover of darkness for concealment, an intimate knowledge of the city would have been key to the killer's ability to elude the authorities. Nathan Elgin had locational expertise – he had grown up in Austin as it was being built. As a child in the 1870s he would have seen the wood-framed buildings that lined Congress Avenue and Pecan Street replaced by brick and mortar storefronts. He would have seen the streets graded and the wooded hills cleared for elegant neighborhoods, schools and churches. By 1885 he would have been intimately familiar with how the city worked and moved. He would have known all the shortcuts, the hiding places, which yards had dogs, which doors were left unlocked. He would have known how to go unnoticed and he would have known what was around every corner. Escalation The disorganized killer has no idea of, or interest in, the personalities of the victims. He does not want to know who they are, and many times takes steps to obliterate their personalities by quickly knocking them unconscious or covering their faces or otherwise disfiguring them.  [The victim] will often have horrendous wounds. [The killer] does not move the body or conceal it. The offender is usually somewhat younger than his victims.  In July 1884, there were two instances of women, both African American, being stabbed in the face as they slept. The women survived; the authorities investigated them as separate incidents. In August 1884, an African American woman was struck in the head with a smoothing iron as she slept. These nocturnal attacks, though not fatal, were so idiosyncratic in style that they must have been a fledgling attempt by an anger-retaliatory killer who would later escalate with gruesome results.  In November 1884, police reports mentioned a non-fatal nocturnal assault on a domestic servant as she slept in her bed. This incident never appeared in the newspaper.  A little over a month later, an African American woman named Mollie Smith was struck in the head with an axe as she slept; she was dragged into the backyard and raped. Her body was hacked to pieces by the killer and left at the scene.  Mollie Smith's murder set the pattern for all that followed. Locational Expertise and Escalation and Signature in the Vance/Washington and Hancock/Phillips Murders The disorganized killer doesn't choose victims logically, and so often takes a victim at high risk to himself, one not selected because he or she can be easily controlled…  …the assault continues until the subject is emotionally satisfied  The killer's personal expression takes the form of his unique signature, an imprint left by him at the scene, an imprint the killer is psychologically compelled to leave to satisfy himself sexually. After four murders the killer had become very adept and perhaps overly confident and by the time he entered the cabin of Gracie Vance he was confident enough to attack four persons simultaneously. Gracie Vance was a domestic servant employed by William Dunham and she lived, along with Orange Washington, in a cabin in the rear of his property. When the killer entered Gracie's cabin, instead of finding a solitary sleeping woman, he found three women and one man. Undeterred he proceeded to incapacitate all four as quickly as possible; however, one of the women was only briefly insensible and she went for help while the crime was still in progress. Neighbors were awakened by the disturbance and the police were called. Dunham and the neighbors went to investigate and a man was seen fleeing the scene. They fired their pistols at him as he made his escape in the darkness. As with the other victims, Gracie Vance was found in the backyard; her face had been pulverized with a rock. The suspect had fled in the direction of Wheatville, just to the west — the neighborhood Nathan Elgin had grown up in.  The Christmas Eve murders were in many ways the skeleton key to all the murders in that they demonstrated all the specific facets of the killer's MO and signature — his locational expertise, his ability to improvise and adjust at the scene as well as his emotional escalation which demonstrated the extent to which he would go to enact a very specific sex murder scenario – an attack in the bedroom upon a sleeping victim, then rape and murder in the backyard – even when the completion of that scenario was problematic.  Susan Hancock, unlike the other victims, was white, but other than that, the murder was carried out identically to the previous murders. It is unlikely the killer had the specific intent to select a white victim; rather something about the location, the house, and the fact that there was an axe in the backyard attuned to the killer's preferences. As with the other victims, Susan Hancock was struck in the head with an axe while she slept and then carried into the backyard. Susan's husband was asleep in another room but was awakened by the disturbance. He went into the backyard, saw a figure standing over his wife and threw a brick at him. Even though the perpetrator was armed with an axe he didn't retaliate against Hancock – instead he fled the scene by jumping over a fence into the alley. Hancock then ran to the east side of the house to cut him off but he wasn't there.  Instead of fleeing into the darkness, the perpetrator ran west, back toward Congress Avenue, the city's main thoroughfare. This peculiar evasion demonstrated that the perpetrator was very confident about where he was going — that he expected he could hide in plain sight. It is interesting to note that had Hancock gone west to cut off the fleeing perpetrator he might have been able to stop him, which could have brought a definitive resolution to the murderous events of that year. However, seeing the perpetrator had escaped he went back to his wife and called for help. Heading toward Congress Avenue, the perpetrator cut through the yard of the residence of May Tobin where his sudden appearance out of the darkness startled a young woman and her male companion – in his haste he could have literally run into the young woman. A confrontation occurs – the man threatens and insults him in demeaning and racist terms, perhaps the woman does too. The perpetrator has to retreat again and this would have been too much. The urge to kill had not been satisfied and would only have intensified after a humiliating confrontation. He follows the couple's cab across town to the residence of James Phillips. The cab arrives, the young woman, Eula Phillips, discreetly makes her way into the quiet house. Less than an hour later she is found in the backyard, raped and murdered. The killer could have dispatched Mr. Hancock and completed the crime at the Hancock residence but he did not. Likewise, he could have attempted to kill Eula and her companion in the relative seclusion of May Tobin's premises. Instead, the killer's primary motivation was the realization of a very specific violent sexual murder scenario. I believe a confrontation must have occurred at May Tobin's residence between Eula Phillips, her imperious companion, John Dickinson, and a very volatile Nathan Elgin. The confrontation had to have made him angry enough to pursue her across town — even though he had no idea where they were going or what he would find when he got there. I believe he was so angry that he pursued her at his own peril, when other, easier opportunities for a kill were in closer proximity. The bloody footprints left at the Phillips house would subsequently be affirmatively compared to the footprints of the deceased Elgin.  Austin Daily Statesman 3 June 1887 Stressors …by the very nature of their childhood, serial killers are most likely to lead lives full of stressful events. As children and adolescents they lack self-esteem, are isolated and maladjusted, and are therefore poorly prepared for coping with life as adults.  Historically, the retaliatory killer's marriage will have been ill-fated and he will usually be in some phase of estrangement. …If he has a relationship, there will have generally been a history of long-term spousal abuse, which will not likely have been covered by criminal complaints.  In the study of serial sexual homicides, a “stressor” is defined as an event, interaction or conflict in which the killer is reminded of past humiliations and abuses. To purge his feelings of shame, inadequacy or powerlessness the killer will endeavor to enact a murderous scene in which he is powerful and in total control. In the case of Nathan Elgin, there is a remarkable example of a pre-crime stressor in the instance of his wife, Sallie, giving birth to a child the same night two women were being murdered on Christmas Eve. I believe that this was more than a coincidence and whatever stressors Elgin was susceptible to were triggered by this event. While the birth of a child would not normally seem to be cause for a murderous rampage, in the case of a D/AR profile it very well could. Nathan had married Sallie Wheat in 1882. She was a year older than him. They did not live together. It is not unusual for serial killers to be married, however it is rare in the case of the D/AR killer profile because of their volatile temperament towards women. Sallie could have held the power in the relationship; conversely she could have been subjected to abuse herself. There is an indication that Sallie was aware, at least subsequently, of Nathan's responsibility for the murders – as a means of disassociation she raised Nathan's son under the surname Davis rather than Elgin.  Post Mortem We read a great deal of theorizing about the series of murders in Austin, that all the assassinations were the work of a cunning lunatic — a monomaniac on the subject of murder.  From what I can learn, I don't believe anything of the kind, and it is my deliberate opinion that these murders can not only be unearthed, but when probed to the bottom, it will be found that they were committed by different individuals and that in each case they were prompted by lust, jealousy, or hatred. (27) A Monomaniac On the Subject of Murder would be an apt title for a 19th century dime novel. The quote above by Waco Marshal Luke Moore was closer to the truth than he realized but the ideas he articulated were not exclusive; Nathan Elgin was indeed a monomaniac on the subject of murder and he was motivated by lust, hatred and revenge. In contemporary criminal investigations of serial sexual homicides, law enforcement will have decades of criminal profiles at their disposal which have been painstakingly created as a resource to match types of murders to specific types of offenders. In other words, they know who they're looking for. And the more unusual the murders, the easier it is to focus the investigation toward a specific type of offender. If the Servant Girl Murders were committed in this day and age and the perpetrator had left behind similar evidence, contemporary forensic resources and methods would create a criminal profile and evidence collected could confirm or eliminate potential suspects. The perpetrator would most likely be apprehended very quickly. Serial killers who are apprehended and convicted are later questioned extensively by the authorities and they are usually quiet happy to talk about themselves because they frequently have an inherent superiority complex and are eager to expound upon their mastery and superiority even though they are behind bars. It is interesting to note that the wounded Elgin was not interviewed by reporters, which was unusual – almost everyone involved in a shooting at that period in time had a reporter waiting for them after being attended to by a physician. Nor did the police make any statement regarding Elgin. The inquest of his death was held in secret. Elgin most likely spent his last hours delirious as doctors made a futile attempt at finding and removing the bullet that entered his side and lodged in his spine. If Elgin's murder spree had followed the trajectory of most disorganized serial killers, he would have continued to escalate until his confidence overcame his self-restraint and he would have eventually been caught or killed fleeing the scene. Hypothetically, if he had been arrested for a murder, unless he specifically admitted to it, I doubt the authorities would have connected him to all the murders. Had he been arrested and interrogated I think Elgin would have baffled the police, but they wouldn't have spent much time contemplating him; he would have undoubtedly been indicted, tried and hung in short order. The newspaper account of him would have been a typically villainous caricature from that time period, and people today would still wonder if he was responsible. So now, another suspect and a possible connection to Jack The Ripper.   The next suspect was Maurice (no last name given), a Malaysian cook who worked at the Pearl House in downtown Austin. The Pearl House had connections to a majority of the victims of the Annihilator, therefore this theory took off like a mother fucker..   Allegedly, once Maurice left Austin only 3 weeks after the last murder, bound for New Orleans and ultimately London, the murders ended. And although the killings by Jack the Ripper were arguably more brutal in nature, many believe the Austin and London killers were actually the same person — a murderer that began to escalate his killings. Something that has been studied and noted by psychologists and other people smarter than us. Maurice apparently told acquaintances at the hotel that he was going to work aboard ships as a cook to earn his passage to London for a fresh start. A little known fact: the cook Maurice was actually suspected after the last murder and put under surveillance   According to Reddit author Sciencebzzt:   So many people who follow the Ripper case seem to want him to be a suave, elegant dude. A surgeon or a royal or a tormented upper class freak of some kind. But the facts don't suggest that. People say whoever killed the girls must have been skilled with a blade, that may be true, but the "brutality" suggests they were cut up like animals, skinned and gutted almost. The way a butcher... or a cook... might. Anyway, back to Austin in 1886. Most experts on serial killers will tell you it's unlikely that the murders will just stop, unless the murderer is dead, in prison, or has moved elsewhere. In fact, most will say that the serial killers M.O. usually evolves, and changes... while the main motivation doesn't. This would explain the difference in the Ripper murders 3 years later... and also why they seem to have the same extremely brutal motivations. Jack the Ripper didn't use an axe the way the Servant Girl Annihilator did, however, this may have been because an axe was not a common thing to carry around in 1888 London, the largest city in the world at the time. In 1884 Austin, a town of 10,000 at the westernmost terminus of a railroad line, an axe was likely less conspicuous. The scariest part though... is what happened after 1888. Whoever "he" was, he was obviously a highly driven, aggressive murderer, and he already had success (probably) in leaving Austin and getting away with murder. Well, consider this: After 1888, similar serial murders of women started happening in port towns along major trade routes, like Nicaragua, Tunis, and Jamaica. If the Servant Girl Annihilator and Jack the Ripper were the same man, given the highly aggressive style, brutality and rapid succession of the murders, one quickly after the other... it's likely he killed far, far more girls than we know about, all over the world.   Did Maurice leave to avoid the authorities and escalate his murders or did her simply leave because his reputation was tarnished?    The Jack the ripper murders were allegedly from april 3 1888 to 1891.    The Vallisca ax murders were on June 10th, 1912   New orleans ax murders May 1918 to October 1919   I spent countless hours looking up ship records from 1886 and there is one record of a “Maurice” that went to England from the US. The funny thing is, his name was Maurice Kelly. The Ripper's last known and documented victim was Mary Jane Kelly. It's probably just a coincidence but what if it isn't?   TOP 10 MOVIES BASED ON REAL UNSOLVED MYSTERIES https://www.watchmojo.com/video/id/44882

This is Oklahoma
This is Carlos Barboza - A Rise To Mural Fame

This is Oklahoma

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 59:19


On this episode I chatted with artist and muralist Carlos Barboza about his rise to fame in the Oklahoma mural scene. Carlos is extremely talented and after listening to this interview you will understand why.  Bio Born in San José, Costa Rica, Carlos Barboza has been dedicated to the visual arts from a very early age. Beginning with caricature lessons and a healthy obsession with movies, Carlos's artwork has always been character-driven and inspired by cinematic imagery. From digital illustration to mural painting, Carlos is constantly evolving as an artist. He pushes himself to go beyond what's possible stylistically and technically, while nevertheless maintaining what he believes is the most important value— emotionally driven storytelling. Carlos currently resides in Oklahoma City with his beautiful wife, Leslie. And also… he has a daughter now. A perfect tiny human. And he has no idea what he's doing. https://www.carlosbarboza.com www.instagram.com/cbarboza_art  This episode is presented by the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, telling Oklahoma's story through its people since 1927. For more information on the Oklahoma Hall of Fame go to www.oklahomahof.com and for daily updates follow them on instagram www.instagram.com/oklaahomahof  #thisisoklahoma 

En Cristo
San José de Calasanz, presbítero y fundador

En Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 11:07


Laudes +Empieza tu día en oración junto con toda la Iglesia+
Jueves 25 de Agosto - San José de Calasanz, presbítero

Laudes +Empieza tu día en oración junto con toda la Iglesia+

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 16:14


¡Buenos días! Te invitamos a unirte en oración con la Iglesia Universal a través del rezo de los Laudes junto al equipo de Juan Diego Network. Mentioned in this episode: ¿Qué estabas haciendo en marzo del 2020? ¡Escucha el nuevo podcast que Juan Diego Network hizo al Vaticano y sale el domingo 27 de marzo del 2022! https://laudes.captivate.fm/327spotify (327LDSp)

Café Con Nata
40 horas laborales + Panel Feminista con Cynthia Shuffer

Café Con Nata

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 76:00


¿Las 40 horas laborales podrían ser una realidad? el pdte. Boric le puso urgencia al proyecto, mientras que las Carmelitas Descalzas de San José de Maipo se inclinan por el Apruebo. Trajimos humor al CCN comentando el video de Matías Walker y Ximena Rincón que recibió un trolleo masivo. Además, en el Panel Feminista presentado por Corporación Humanas nos visitó Cynthia Shuffer, vocera de la Coordinadora 8M. Hablamos del Caupolicanazo Feminista que se llevará a cabo este sábado 27 de agosto en el Teatro Caupolicán para levantar voces colectivas en torno a la nueva Constitución.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
22-8: Juan Carlos Hidalgo presidente electo del partido Unidad Social Cristiana.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 50:47


Como en la política en las formas va el fondo, una de las tareas más desafiantes que tendrá Juan Carlos Hidalgo como nuevo Presidente del Partido Unidad será intentar convencer para derribar las murallas que convirtieron a esa agrupación, desde hace mucho tiempo atrás, en una federación de 7 provincias, dedicada a (y conforme con) escoger diputados cada cuatro años, cuyo único norte común parece ser la agenda propia y personal de sus integrantes. Pero mientras eso ocurre y para maniobrar con la bancada parlamentaria de nueve miembros que los representa en este cuatrienio, Hidalgo también deberá invertir mucha energía en convencerlos para que adopten posiciones como equipo (dificilísimo) en los grandes temas nacionales, según los principios programáticos de la carta social cristiana, pero que de acuerdo con el nobel presidente, no ha logrado traducir su manual en propuestas concretas. Juan Carlos Hidalgo, analista de políticas públicas y relacionista internacional que vivió 14 años en Washington, regresó al país en febrero del 2020, decidido a obtener una curul en el PUSC. “Lo hice porque me cansé de ver los toros desde la barrera y porque quiero tener un impacto en la toma de decisiones a nivel nacional”. Sin embargo, no pudo alcanzar la curul precisamente porque el tinglado de la provincia de San José (donde reside) no se lo permitió y lo ubicó en un inalcanzable tercer lugar. Lo cierto es que ahora, va de nuevo y se compra la batalla de intentar remozar un partido que no gobierna desde que Abel Pacheco fue Presidente (2002-2006) y que debe desmontar una estructura añeja, pero muy fuerte de intereses territoriales y en ello también van las municipales del 2026, por cierto. En Hablando Claro conversamos con este sancarleño de 42 años que liderará el PUSC en los años por venir.

Milenio Opinión
Joaquín López. Minería, los muertos no mienten

Milenio Opinión

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 3:15


A eso de las dos y media de la tarde del 5 de agosto de 2010, en las entrañas de la mina cuprífera de San José, cerca de la comunidad de Copiapó, en el desierto de Atacama, Chile, se registró un derrumbe provocado por una explosión de roca.

El Washington Post
Episodio especial: lecturas recomendables

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 12:39


De sus mejores lecturas en el primer semestre de 2022 hablamos con Carolina Chimoy, corresponsal en Washington de la Deutsche Welle; Eusebio Val, corresponsal en París de "La Vanguardia" de Barcelona, y Juan Carlos Hidalgo, analista en San José

Content Magazine
#86 - James G. Leventhal - Executive Director of The Institute of Contemporary Art San José

Content Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 53:22


James G. Leventhal is an enthusiastic art leader and visionary who has worked at top museums throughout the Bay Area and the United States. Now, as of January 2022, he is back in San Jose as the executive director of the Institute of Contemporary Art San José (ICA). In this episode, James shares about major figures who shaped his path into this work. You'll hear about the artist who sparked his early pivot from wanting to be an artist to wanting to support other artists, and the hero who inspired his view of museums as inclusive community centers. With these influences and his professional experience, James comes to the ICA with a down-to-earth and sustainable vision that breaks through barriers and invites people in. Listen in on what this means for the ICA as a place for community to come together through immersive, experimental, and collaborative art. More info about ICA San Jose (https://www.icasanjose.org) IG @icasanjose (https://www.instagram.com/icasanjose) __________________ This episode's music is "408" by Jack Pavlina. Read more about Jack in Issue 14.1 Winter 2022 — release date: Dec. 9, 2021: https://bit.ly/Discover141 Follow Jack at @jackpavlinamusic Spotify: https://bit.ly/jackpavlina --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/content-magazine/support

Más de uno
La España Mágica: Vall de Uxó, el mágico Valle del Sol de CastellóN

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 21:52


La España Mágica de 'Más de uno' continúa el viaje por tierras mediterráneas. Hoy nuestro compañero Fran Contreras está en Vall de Uxó, ciudad y comarca que fuera hogar y lugar sagrado para diferentes culturas -neolítica, paleolítica, íbera, romana, musulmán, andalusí, cristiana, de cátaros y templarios- para descubrir secretos enclaves, entre otros: las Cuevas de San José -sus pinturas rupestres y río subterráneo, el más largo y navegable de Europa-, el Poblado Ibero, el del "Chamán de Vall de Uxó", junto con José Enrique Puchol, técnico, y guía, de turismo.

Wake In Wave
5. Dos meses en la Jungla... (ESPAÑOL)

Wake In Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 30:09


Este episodio es la versión en audio de nuestra película sobre los dos meses que pasamos en la selva de la Huasteca, en México. En Xilitla, México, celebramos un año de camino juntos. Cuando llegamos al pueblo, no teníamos idea de la serie de eventos que seguirían y nos mantendrían durante dos meses en la selva de la Huasteca. Puedes ver la película completa en nuestro canal de Youtube Wake in Wave o encontrar cada episodio en Facebook, Instagram o Tiktok. Para su comodidad, hemos narrado la película completa en inglés, español y francés, disponible en nuestro canal de Youtube en su idioma preferido. ---------------------------------- En 2016, mientras trabajaba con Juha's Guesthouse, una empresa social en el pueblo árabe de Jisr a Zarqa, en la costa israelí, conocí a Glen en torno a un proyecto de arte que involucraba a los jóvenes del pueblo. El proyecto duró una semana y solo a finales de 2020, cinco años después de conocernos, Glen y yo nos volvimos a conectar. Decidimos emprender un viaje extraordinario: desde California hasta Argentina, cruzaríamos las Américas juntos, acompañado de su peludo compañero, Zill. El 18 de junio de 2021 nos reunimos en San José, California. Desde entonces, filmamos y grabamos nuestras aventuras en el camino. ---------------------------------- Considere revisar nuestras películas y apoyarnos a través de nuestra campaña Gofundme, nuestro Patreon o nuestro tarro de Paypal. Encuentre nuestros enlaces directos aquí: https://linktr.ee/wakeinwave ~ Genoveva y Glen --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeinwave/message

Más de uno
La España Mágica: Vall de Uxó, el río subterráneo más largo de Europa

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 17:24


Nuestro compañero Fran Contreras continúa el viaje por la España Mágica desde las Cuevas de San José en Vall de Uxó (Castellón) para hablar de aventura y expediciones, de montaña, polos, desiertos y cuevas con los periodistas y escritores, Sebastián Álvaro y José Maria Azpiazu, autores de la trilogía literaria "La Vida al Límite de la Vida", "La Vida en los confines de la tierra" y "La Vida en los vacíos del planeta" , publicados por Lunwerg-Planeta