Austin K. Sanderson moved to NYC in 1998 to attend New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Design and Production Department. After graduating with his Masters degree in set and costume design, he spent the next twenty-two years working as a designer in the American theater. In 2008 he was introduced to Jivamukti Yoga in a yoga class at a local neighborhood gym in Jersey City New Jersey. As he continued to take Jivamukti classes both locally and at the Jivamukti Yoga School NYC. Austin wanted to learn more about yoga and share with others his life changing experience brought about while practicing the Jivamukti Yoga Method. In 2011, Austin attended the Jivamukti 300+ hour teacher training program at the Omega Institute. In 2012, he continued his studies and completed his 800-hour Jivamukti Teacher Certification at The Jivamukti Yoga School NYC. In 2013, Austin and his partner Bob opened a 3000 square foot Jivamukti Yoga Center in downtown Jersey City, two blocks away from where he took his first Jivamukti yoga class. Austin is extremely grateful to his teachers, Sharon Gannon and David Life. Austin views Gannon and Life as his upa-guru, a teacher who points you in the right direction. Without them Austin would have never had a full understanding of why veganism is so crucial to a yoga practice. While Austin ran the Jivamukti Center in Jersey City he continued to seek deeper teachings outside the Jivamukti method, ones that would offer a deeper understanding of the ancient teaching of yoga from its roots. It was at this point that Shri Yogishri Sudarshan Kannan came into Austin's life as a teacher and Sat-Guru. In 2020, Austin founded the Urban Sadhu Yoga Method, “a method of applying ancient yogic wisdom in a contemporary context.” He and his partner Bob are the co-owners of Urban Sadhu Yoga Shala, formally Jivamukti Yoga Center Jersey City. Austin is also if the co-founder and co-producer of Yoga Fest Jersey City, a free public yoga, music and vegan food festival held in the heart of downtown Jersey City NJ during the summer equinox. In this episode Austin Sanderson & Holly Skodis discuss the following:Running a Yoga studio during a pandemicMindbody purchasing class passAustin's new book the Urban Sadhu Yoga Chant BookThe relationship between all oppression and animal oppressionYoga is Vegan Featured Yogi Giveaway: To enter please email me a few paragraphs about why you went vegan and how it relates to your yoga practice. Please also send me 2 nice pictures of you either in a yoga pose or you doing something vegan related. You can also see what others have done by visiting the Featured Yogi section of the Yoga is Vegan website. Connect with Austin Sanderson:Website: urbansadhuyoga.com Instagram:@urbansadhujerseycity and @urban.sadhuYouTube: @urbansadhuyogajerseycity
IT'S ALL JUST A BUNCH OF HOCUS POCUS! Happy Halloween! This week Alicia and Sarah are chatting about the Disney Halloween movie, Hocus Pocus! Listen in as we talk about why we think that this is the best Halloween movie to watch and find out which Sanderson sister we are most like! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
McKell Sanderson is a Risk Management and Loss Control Professional in the insurance industry and is currently working on publishing articles in pursuit of his PhD. McKell talks with Dr. Martin about his well-researched thoughts on existing risk management and safety theories. Having worked together previously as PhD student (McKell) and PhD Chairperson (Linda), the conversation centers around pointing out what is broken in many of the past and current safety management system concepts/theories. Are you looking for some ideas about safety and risk that may cause you to take a step back and re-evaluate foundational "principles" and the farcical nature of theories made out to be "silver bullet" solutions? This is the episode for you. This episode is sponsored by National Association of Safety Professionals. www.naspweb.com Support this podcast
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Cyler Sanderson is a 2x All American and the owner of the Sanderson Wrestling Academy. Cyler wrestled at both Iowa State and Penn State for his brothers Cael and Cody Sanderson. Please enjoy! * PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBAT This episode is presented by Spartan Combat. The Spartan Combat Nationals are returning to Jacksonville, Florida on April 8-10, 2022. Register now at SpartanCombat.Com * FANS If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! * TEXT THE SHOW –Keyword: Wrestle –Number: 224-54 * FOLLOW the PODCAST Twitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My Life Facebook: Wrestling Changed My Life Website: wrestlingchangedmylife.com Shop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com *** ABOUT Presented by Spartan Combat, the Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features long-form interviews with amateur wrestlers - past and current - MMA fighters and titans of industry. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday, where host Ryan Warner talks college wrestling, Olympic wrestling and more with some of the biggest names in the sport. Wrestling Changed My Life also produces original audio documentaries including Slaying Saitiev, The Smiths and Gable the GOAT.
“For years I was referring to myself as a Swiss Army Knife of talent,” says Jennica McCleary. Artists often say, “and then one thing led to another,” but what does that mean? Jennica McCleary is a Bette Midler impersonator based in Orland, Florida. Her incredible story of how she became Walt Disney World's go-to Winnifred Sanderson is an inspirational one for the ages. Also getting the blessing from the bombastic, austentatious, and Divine Miss M ain't so bad either. “Honey, if you sing -- you'll make money. Good luck,” says Midler to McCleary. McCleary is an actress, burlesque performer, producer, and Bette Midler impersonator who also happened to survive Breast Cancer. A hard worker, McCleary found herself more upset at having to cancel or reschedule gigs in order to get treatment. What are the lessons in this? How does this help an artist take time for themselves and discover what's important? What are the expectations we put on ourselves? Her Winnie Sanderson is the gift that keeps on giving -- and it's all because McCleary showed up to an audition she knew she was perfect for. In this episode, we hear an UNHEARD story of how the casting process with Disney works. We also unpack the importance of being specific with one's career, even with choosing which auditions to attend. Plus, we dish on rumors regarding Hocus Pocus 2! “Being a mimic is hard,” says McCleary. “There's expectations that people have. There's expectations that people have with Winifred. And you've got to find the way to make who you are as a performer work in that while still giving them those nuances that they want.” That's not it -- McCleary is bringing her show Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret to The Green Room 42 in NYC for an incredible and highly anticipated Halloween celebration on October 31st at 7pm and 9:30pm. This performance is going to be epic, so make sure you buy tickets at https://thegreenroom42.venuetix.com/show/details/NZG2rfezEBrSrVmMKxTm/1635721200000 A classically trained Singer/Dancer/Actor who also dabbles in Burlesque, Wig Design, and Choreography, Jennica McCleary is best known for her work as a Bette Midler Tribute artist. In addition to her self-produced shows Divine Deception and Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, Jennica originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015. Her Regional Theatre credits include Fun Home, Jekyll & Hyde, Sweeney Todd, and Cabaret. Jennica has also worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions, and been seen on The Freeform Network, MTV, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Comedy Central's Upright Citizen's Brigade. Bette Midler Tribute Artist, Jennica McCleary, originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015 (a now viral video) in Orlando, FL. She has worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions and has been featured MTV, VH1, Entertainment Tonight. She was also featured in The Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Bash on Freeform as well as Freeform's Halloween Road. She is thrilled to have conjured Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, a fan-fiction style concert, while battling breast cancer, to celebrate everyone's inner magical badass witch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Okay so we talk about more than just the sisters... there's a doug jones zombie and satan and a satan dog... yeah a lot, this movie is great!Please comment and let us know what you think. Don't forget every review and follow helps!Check us out on instagram @whathappensinthecrypt or Twitter @WHITC_Official
Topics include Frank knowing a guy who blackmailed David Letterman, the longest story about religion ever (longer than the actual Bible) Frank is taught a lesson I think and some Bill Cosby impressions. Bobby invited a religious studies expert Mike Sanderson to join us. This one is off the rails.
On today's Short Bite episode we're kicking off a series of game reviews to celebrate Halloween! First up is Hocus Pocus by Ravensburger. In this game players work cooperatively to relive the 90's and defeat the Sanderson sisters! Players: 2-6 players Playtime: 30 min Age: 8+ Educational Value: Cooperation, strategy, communication Touring The World Resource Guides Check out our country resource guides to help you with your around the world journey: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Show Notes Hocus Pocus - https://amzn.to/3iDBvbc Connect with us Website: http://www.homeschool-together.com/ Store: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/homeschooltogether Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/homeschooltogetherpodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/homeschooltogetherpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/hs_together The Gameschool Co-Op: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gameschoolcoop/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a two man show this week with Mike and Jay discussing all the topics from the past week. There was late breaking news prior to the show that Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka will play a made for TV match against each other next month. Jay share's his thoughts on 12 holes of golf, while Mike tries to get him stirred up. We talk Sam Burns' recent win at Sanderson, recent caddie changes, Bryson at the PLDA and Stew Hagestad with a very sportsman like move at the US Mid-Am. We also get a "Masshole Minute" from Mike on a European player complaining again. The show caps off with our picks and preview of this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
Rick Gehman of RickRunGood.com joins the “Be Right” boys to give his insights on TPC Summerlin, a course he's played multiple times recently. Gehman explains how to handicap this week—after hitting Sam Burns last week in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column. Steve Hennessey also hit Sahith Theegala as the first-round leader at the Sanderson (80-1)—so the boys look to stay hot as the Vegas Swing kicks off. Plus, we have competing hot takes for the first time in podcast history—so you don't want to miss out!As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and Gehman.
This week we travelled to Hollywood California to meet with someone everyone has seen, but might not yet know. Courtney started gymnastics at the age of 3. By 7 she was already in competitions. As the years went by and the dream of the olympics started to disappear, it was time to figure out a direction. She became a cheerleader and started applying to Ivy League schools. Despite a 4.0, she didn't get accepted to any of them. Instead she attended college in Hawaii and started doing work in promotions. When a video of her twerking at a party went viral online, she realized that there were actually competitions for that. Naturally, her competitive spirits led her in that unique direction. Fast forward to today, and she now lives in Hollywood working as a dancer in music videos, a social media influenced, and teaches twerk classes all over the country. Don't worry, we'll tell the whole story behind her being featured in one of the most watched music videos of all time too. This interview lined up by random chance and I didn't know what to expect. Courtney is a sweetheart and an incredibly hardworking and highly intelligent individual. There is a lot more to her story than just the viral videos of her shaking her booty. Tune in and find out
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Sam Burns wins the Sanderson and we're joined by NLU Young Hitter Justin Hueber to break down the tournament and get an inside look at some of the rookies who could have an immediate impact on tour in the 2021-22 season. We also get Justin's take on Bryson's appearance at the world long drive championships and a ton more.
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" in 1993's American fantasy comedy film, "Hocus Pocus". I am joined by friend of the show, Josh, from the podcast Your Next Favorite Movie.Check out Josh's amazing positive-forward podcast here - https://linktr.ee/ynfmoviepodJoin On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our take on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.----------*NEW* Become a member exclusively on Ko-fi for as little as $1 per month. Access to our personal Discord server, Ad-free RSS feed, merch, and more awaits! Join today - https://ko-fi.com/movie/tiers----------If you'd like to join us on future episodes of HWSBHD, support us on Ko-fi and we'll schedule a recording with you - www.ko-fi.com/movieRequest a personalized shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movieCommission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.comTwitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcast
Passive House Podcast co-host Zack Semke interviews Shannon Pendleton, principal of Sanderson Sustainable Design and co-host of Passive House Accelerator Construction Tech. Shannon shares about her practice and how the Passive House approach has shaped it, the recent history of green building community building in Philadelphia, and the potential for an open-source approach to sharing building models (aka "digital twins") to help accelerate the transition to Passive House and high performance building. For links to the events that Zack and co-host Matthew Cutler-Welsh discuss at the end of the episode, visit: https://passivehouseaccelerator.com/articles/passive-house-week-in-preview-october-4
This Friday episode begins with a quick update on Baton Boy Sr. playing over at the Dunhill, Mr. October finding his sweet spot, and news that Bones is returning full-time to looping with Justin Thomas. Is this an unintended PIP play? Does it matter at all for JT's golf and how does it hurt the broadcast? Then Andy and Brendan welcome Mississippi's own Will Bardwell, of Lying Four fame, to discuss his Sanderson Farms Championship enthusiasm, his history with the event, and its strength in its current form. They also asked him on to get at the larger discussion around rumors that the fall events may no longer carry Courier Cup points. What would this mean for Sanderson and events like it in the fall? What would they actually play for? And is this a leverage play to boost Euro events as part of the strategic alliance. The episode closes with a transatlantic Flashback Friday. First is the on the time John Daly nearly gave the Mississippi event's finance guy a heart attack by asking for his earnings in cash on the spot. Second, is when Westy hit the greatest shot in Dunhill history resulting in a “pas de deux of elephantine proportions.”
With the Ryder Cup now in the rearview mirror, we're back to the PGA Tour's swing season. The field features some of the game's future stars -- Sam Burns, Will Zalatoris, and Sungjae Im -- alongside last year's winner, Sergio Garcia. Which of them are in the best position to make a run at the Sanderson Farms Championship title based on their recent form? numberFire's Brandon Gdula breaks all that down and more.
This week those nerds talk about fantasy; specifically Mistborn and The Wheel of Time. Put on your nerd glasses cause this one is a doozy. Question of the week: Is digimon a rip of pokemon? We'd love to hear what you got excited about, or any of your thoughts and questions. You can do so by contacting us on any of our social/messaging platforms which all can be found on our website: https://thosenerdscast.wixsite.com/home Music: www.purple-planet.com
Bestselling author William Bernhardt discusses the latest news from the world of books, offers writing tips, and interviews David Farland, New York Times-bestselling author of the Runelords fantasy series, and mentor to many successful writers.Chapter 1: IntroductionWe are live-streaming live from WriterCon 2021!Chapter 2: News1) Book sales are up with traditional publishing, independent publishing, and at B&N.2) Amazon purchases Wondery and makes and big move in podcasts.Chapter 3: WriterCon ReporterTwo newcomers to WriterCon, Grady Wieczorek and Jessica Smith, share their enthusiasm about WriterCon and what they've learned at the conference.Chapter 4: Interview with David FarlandBernhardt interview bestselling author and writing mentor David Farland about;1) the best way to learn to write;2) his work with Brandon Sanderson, Stephanie Meyer, and others;3) His early advocacy of the Harry Potter series;4) the value of outlines;5) how he created a fantasy universe; and6) his next work, Love Among the Cannibals.Chapter 5: Parting WordsPlease rate or review this show wherever you get podcasts. It makes it easier for new listeners to discover us.You can follow this podcast so it is automatically downloaded for you each time we load a new episode, and if you prefer the video version, subscribe to the William Bernhardt YouTube channel. You'll be alerted each time we livestream, or watch every episode after its completed.Next year, join us at WriterCon! www.writercon.org
Today, we talk about Diamonds are Forever, Stephenson's relationship with US news media, the curious cases of Walter Winchell and Drew Pearson, counterintelligence in general, Igor Gouzenko's defection, and we evaluate the performance of British Security Coordination overall. Then we run through BSC's alumni; there are some very, very interesting people included in that list. Ian Fleming, Dorothy Maclean, Ivan T. Sanderson, David Ogilvy, Betty Thorpe, Sgt. Pepper, and we finally discuss H. Montgomery Hyde as a source. Functionally the last William Stephenson episode, though he will appear in next week's episode too.
Have you always wanted to go on a Hawaiin Disney Vacation? Well this episode of Just Some Magic will take you all the way to Aulani, a Disney resort. Our guest Peejay has amazing plans for his dream ride featuring Baymax and SanFransokyo in the Japan pavilion at Epcot Also you'll find out why you shouldn't take Peejay Disney shopping with you and learn why the Sanderson sisters are so important to him And after his story Peejay shares different tips or tricks if you wanted to go to Aulani If you have a story you'd like to be read on the show CLICK HERE to submit your most magical moment! FOLLOW PEEJAY: INSTAGRAM TIKTOK TWITCH PeeJay's Past Episode FOLLOW HOST MORGAN: INSTAGRAM AMAZON Shop WEBSITE FOLLOW JUST SOME MAGIC: INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE FACEBOOK --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justsomemagic/support
Hey Group Practice listeners! New podcast episode out today! In this episode, I'm talking with Tara Sanderson all about bringing on interns and practicum students to your practice. In this episode we cover: the difference between interns and practicum students considerations to make before bringing them on expectations from contracted schools how interns & practicum students can function in your practice This episode is sponsored by TherapyNotes. TherapyNotes is an EHR software that helps behavioral health professionals manage their practice with confidence and efficiency. I use TherapyNotes in my own group practice and love its amazing support team, billing features, and scheduling capabilities. It serves us well as a large group practice owner. Do you ever wish for a financial therapist who could relieve you from the last few months' bookkeeping, talk you off the edge when you're running into issues with Quickbooks, or help you work through a profit plan for growth? GreenOak Accounting does just that! GreenOak Accounting is an accounting firm that specializes in working with group practices. Their value goes WAY beyond bookkeeping; they can help you get on track for financial success. Schedule a free consultation by going to http://greenoakaccounting.com/tgpe
Kent Sanderson is the Head of Acquisitions at Bleecker Street and the Co-President of Decal. Bleecker Street is one of the premier independent American distribution companies. Decal is a new distributor started by both Bleecker Street and Neon Rated to manage their Home Entertainment Distribution and additionally they distribute their own films like Ride the Eagle which was our last episode. Go listen to that after this one if you haven't listened yet. https://bleeckerstreetmedia.com/
This week we welcome Katy Cooper to the podcast! Katy is an accomplished publicist for Big Picture Media. She has a massive list of artists she works with such as Sum 41, Papa Roach, and Lauren Sanderson. She's incredible at connecting with people and artists - she teaches us how to network. Thank you Katy for your time and for sharing your knowledge. In this episode of the Don't Shit On The Bus podcast we will learn: • What a publicist does in the music industry • How to properly reach out to a publicist • The importance of a publicists • How to navigate the music industry as a publicist (00:00) Intro (03:07) Patreon (04:04) Katy gets on the bus (04:56) How Katy got involved in the music industry (09:12) What it takes to be a good publicist (10:44) What does a publicist do (14:00) How a publicist works with an artist (17:47) Skills needed to be a publicist (21:12) An average day as a publicist (24:46) Being a pro at taking rejection (28:03) The correct way to reach out to a publicist (29:18) The proper way to email a request (33:26) Ticket buys and how tickets are given out (37:42) Creating and maintaining relationships (39:52) What a publicist does at a show (42:24) Moments that helped Katy learn (43:51) Being a woman in the music industry (50:55) Size matters for a publication (52:51) Major mistakes to avoid when talking to a publicist (54:58) Wrap up notes (55:06) Shower Shoes --- Katy Cooper - Guest ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katycoops_/?hl=en ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/katycoops_?lang=en ► Big Picture Media: https://bigpicturemediaonline.com/ --- Don't Shit On The Bus Podcast ► Website: http://www.dontshitonthebus.com ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/DSotBspotify ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/DSotBapple ► TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@dontshitonthebus ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/DSotBpodcast ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/DSotBpodcast ► Facebook: https://facebook.com/DSotBpodcast ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/DSotB --- Adam Elmakias - Host ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/elmakias ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elmakias ► Website: https://www.adamelmakias.com --- Edited & Produced by Connor Gaskey
In this episode, guest host Caleb Sanderson steps in to recap this week in 1991, complete with serial killers, failed sports heroes, chart-crushing singles, sports rarities, and to introduce a brand new segment to Thirty Pop! Stream this week's Thirty Pop Mixtape Playlist:Apple Music | SpotifyMERCHCheck out our store on TeePublic.com for Thirty Pop merch!SOCIALSBe sure to follow and tag Thirty Pop on Facebook Twitter & Instagram!BECOME A PATRONThis show is made possible by patrons like Becky & Jim Brawner and Candice & Marc Robinson. Join the neighborhood we're building and receive bonus content from this and other Milieu Media Group shows for as little as $1 a month on Patreon!EPISODE CREDITS:Produced, edited and mixed by Luke BrawnerGuest Hosted by Caleb SandersonArtwork designed by Heather Hale of Hale HouseMusic licensed through PodcastMusic.com© 2019-2022 Milieu Media Group, LLC
**Editor's note: This is a rebroadcast of an interview from 2019. College sports have become big business, and everybody's making money except the players. The National Collegiate Athletic Association prohibits “student athletes” from receiving a cut of the millions of dollars in revenue that schools collect from games and product licensing. Instead, players get scholarships, the value of which pales in comparison to what they might earn on the open market. But that may be changing. Repeated court challenges and bribing scandals involving star athletes have cast a pall on the two most popular sports of men's basketball and football. The introduction of legalized gambling this year has intensified the pressure to pay players what they are worth, lest they fall prey to the influence of betters hoping to sway the outcome of a game. Allen Sanderson and John Siegfried have been arguing for years that the system needs to change. In 2015, they published a paper in the Journal of Economic Perspectives that made the case for opening college sports to the free market. Sanderson and Siegfried spoke with the AEA about why they think college athletes should be paid, the potential consequences of doing so, and how the landscape could change over the coming decade.
In today's episode we hear from Heather Sanderson. Heather has been working with plant spirits her whole life. In 2013 she studied herbal medicine at Third Root in Brooklyn, NY which led her to a 3-year Sacred Plant Medicine Apprenticeship with Carole Guyett in County Clare, Ireland. It was through this training and several initiations with plants that she became immersed in the dream and consciousness of the plant world and found a passion to share it with others. Since then she has founded Majestic Wisdom Publishing and has written several Plant and Tree Spirit Short Reads. She also hosts Majestic Wisdom Podcast. You can find more at MajesticWisdomPublishing.com or follow her on Instagram at @heather.sanderson. Text Community Member Shoutout Of Wood and Meadow>> https://www.ofwoodandmeadow.com/ If you'd like to join the HerbRally text community just text “join” to 541-256-2895. To opt out simply text "stop" to the same number. Thanks for listening!HerbRallywww.herbrally.com THREE HERBAL FREEBIES! Sign up for the HerbRally newsletter and receive these three herbal freebies: EBook - Calendula for Radiant Skin by Rosalee de la Forêt Ebook - 86 Page Plant Healer Book Audio - Hour-long Adaptogens Class with Heather Irvine CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models. Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbball Nate Sanderson is a long-time Varsity Girls' Basketball Coach in the state of Iowa. He also patterns with JP Nerbun on the Thrive on Challenge team where he co-hosts the Coaching Culture Podcast and is a mentor & team leader. Nate and I discuss best practices for end-of-season evaluations for players, staff and ourself. Connect with Coach Sanderson @coachnsanderson on Twitter Hoosier Gym Coaches Clinic | August 27 - 28 | Knightstown, IN Speakers: Mark Cascio | Rob Jones | Tyler Coston | Jamy Bechler | Phil Bechner | Joe Stasyszyn | Travis Daugherty Take advantage of Early Bird Discounts - Register at https://www.unitedbasketballclinics.com/hoosier and send payment by July 15th.
This month on her podcast Shirley Robertson talks to one of the world's leading offshore and Maxi yacht skippers, from New Zealand, Mike "Moose" Sanderson. With tales to tell from the America's Cup, the Volvo Ocean Race and a host of successful Maxi yacht campaigns, Sanderson is a man who very obviously loves to talk sailing. Having left school early to pursue a career as a sail maker, he has spent his entire adult life immersed in the sport, and from his very first answer his enthusiasm and passion is there for all to hear.Having sat down to talk just days after Emirates Team New Zealand's win at the 36th America's Cup, the pair kick things off with a short chat about the successful defence of the Cup, before moving on to Sanderson's early love of sailing and desire to make a living from the sport. HIs early inspiration was New Zealand's 1987 Freemantle America's Cup campaign, and of course Sir Peter Blake, and "Steinlager 2's" Whitbread win of 1990, both of which drove him to quit school and take to sailing. Within a few years he had attracted the attention of some big names, in a country where big things were happening in the sport of sailing. At twenty one he was on the crew of New Zealand Endeavour, off around the world on the Whitbread, and his career was well underway."What was unbelievable about that campaign was that it was only four or five years after Freemantle, and all my heroes from Freemantle were actually sailing on the boat, these guys had literally all been on posters on my wall, and now I'm getting to sail around the world with them!"That 1993/94 Whitbread Race was his first of many circumnavigations that made a big impression on the young twenty two year old."My first time around the world was like honestly, it was like reading a book about the round the world race...in the Southern Ocean we broke the mizzen mast, everything which I dreamt about, good and bad, it all happened. It was a very surreal time."The 1993/94 Whitbread was the start of a career that would take in America's Cup campaigns, multiple Whitbread and Volvo Ocean Race campaigns, and a World Sailor of the Year win in 2006, having become the youngest skipper ever to win the prestigious Volvo Ocean Race leading the famed "ABN Amro I" campaign. His career spans the modern era of yacht racing, and has seen him sail with some of the biggest names in the sport.He talks candidly about the Cup period in 2003 in Auckland when Alinghi beat Team New Zealand, and of the implications that had for the sport...:"That 1989 to 2000 period was interesting times....post 2000 of course was probably the biggest turning point in professional sailing that we've seen....because it went from something that you could possibly live on to literally overnight salaries tripled, quadrupled, whatever you like, suddenly every man and his dog was putting up there hand. It was a great time to be a professional sailor"As an insight into the modern professional era of competitive sailing, this honest and engaging interview opens the door on life as a professional in our sport, and takes the listener down a multitude of different avenues, as Sanderson opens up on a lifetime spent sailing at the highest level. This edition of the podcast is in two parts and is available to listen to via the podcast page of Shirley's own website, at www.shirleyrobertson.com/podcast or via most popular podcast outlets, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast and aCast. The podcast is produced and written by Tim Butt - for further enquires, please contact email@example.com. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sailingpodcast)
Part 2 of this month's podcast which sees Shirley Robertson talk to one of the world's leading offshore and Maxi yacht skippers, from New Zealand, Mike "Moose" Sanderson. With tales to tell from the America's Cup, the Volvo Ocean Race and a host of successful Maxi yacht campaigns, Sanderson is a man who very obviously loves to talk sailing. Having left school early to pursue a career as a sail maker, he has spent his entire adult life immersed in the sport, and from his very first answer his enthusiasm and passion is there for all to hear.Having sat down to talk just days after Emirates Team New Zealand's win at the 36th America's Cup, the pair kick things off with a short chat about the successful defence of the Cup, before moving on to Sanderson's early love of sailing and desire to make a living from the sport. HIs early inspiration was New Zealand's 1987 Freemantle America's Cup campaign, and of course Sir Peter Blake, and "Steinlager 2's" Whitbread win of 1990, both of which drove him to quit school and take to sailing. Within a few years he had attracted the attention of some big names, in a country where big things were happening in the sport of sailing. At twenty one he was on the crew of New Zealand Endeavour, off around the world on the Whitbread, and his career was well underway."What was unbelievable about that campaign was that it was only four or five years after Freemantle, and all my heroes from Freemantle were actually sailing on the boat, these guys had literally all been on posters on my wall, and now I'm getting to sail around the world with them!"That 1993/94 Whitbread Race was his first of many circumnavigations that made a big impression on the young twenty two year old."My first time around the world was like honestly, it was like reading a book about the round the world race...in the Southern Ocean we broke the mizzen mast, everything which I dreamt about, good and bad, it all happened. It was a very surreal time."The 1993/94 Whitbread was the start of a career that would take in America's Cup campaigns, multiple Whitbread and Volvo Ocean Race campaigns, and a World Sailor of the Year win in 2006, having become the youngest skipper ever to win the prestigious Volvo Ocean Race leading the famed "ABN Amro I" campaign. His career spans the modern era of yacht racing, and has seen him sail with some of the biggest names in the sport.He talks candidly about the Cup period in 2003 in Auckland when Alinghi beat Team New Zealand, and of the implications that had for the sport...:"That 1989 to 2000 period was interesting times....post 2000 of course was probably the biggest turning point in professional sailing that we've seen....because it went from something that you could possibly live on to literally overnight salaries tripled, quadrupled, whatever you like, suddenly every man and his dog was putting up there hand. It was a great time to be a professional sailor"As an insight into the modern professional era of competitive sailing, this honest and engaging interview opens the door on life as a professional in our sport, and takes the listener down a multitude of different avenues, as Sanderson opens up on a lifetime spent sailing at the highest level. This edition of the podcast is in two parts and is available to listen to via the podcast page of Shirley's own website, at www.shirleyrobertson.com/podcast or via most popular podcast outlets, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast and aCast. The podcast is produced and written by Tim Butt - for further enquires, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sailingpodcast)
This week we have Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Lauren Sanderson on the show. Lauren tells us about her first label experience with Epic Records, being signed vs releasing as an independent artist, how she landed a tour opening for Finneas, her latest release “Queen Bee”, future touring plans, and much more.
Learn how weird dreams may help us in the real world; how we date dinosaurs; and why a healthy grip means a healthy body. A theory from AI says our weird dreams help us better perceive the world by Briana Brownell Our dreams' weirdness might be why we have them, argues new AI-inspired theory of dreaming. (2021). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-05/cp-odw050621.php Hoel, E. (2021). The overfitted brain: Dreams evolved to assist generalization. Patterns, 2(5), 100244. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.patter.2021.100244 Paleontologists know how old dinosaurs were when they died because bones are like tree rings by Cameron Duke Anonymous. (2019, June 11). Which Dinosaur Bones Are “Real”? Field Museum. https://www.fieldmuseum.org/blog/which-dinosaur-bones-are-real Field Museum. (2020, November 25). Growth Rings From Fossil Bones Reveals T. rex Had Huge Growth Spurts, but Other Dinosaurs Grew “Slow and Steady.” SciTechDaily. https://scitechdaily.com/growth-rings-from-fossil-bones-reveals-t-rex-had-huge-growth-spurts-but-other-dinosaurs-grew-slow-and-steady/ Welsh, J. (2012, June 27). How Sweet! Dinosaurs May Have Been Warm-Blooded After All. Livescience.com; Live Science. https://www.livescience.com/21215-dinosaur-bones-warm-blooded.html Wits University. (2021, May 12). Southern African dinosaur had irregular growth. Phys.org; Phys.org. https://phys.org/news/2021-05-southern-african-dinosaur-irregular-growth.html A Healthy Grip Means a Healthy Body by Ashley Hamer Grip Strength Is Good Indicator of Overall Health - UConn Today. (2011, June 6). UConn Today. https://today.uconn.edu/2011/06/grip-strength-is-good-indicator-of-overall-health/# Sanderson, W. C., & Scherbov, S. (2014). Measuring the Speed of Aging across Population Subgroups. PLoS ONE, 9(5), e96289. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0096289 Mukherjee, S., Clouston, S., Kotov, R., Bromet, E., & Luft, B. (2019). Handgrip Strength of World Trade Center (WTC) Responders: The Role of Re-Experiencing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(7), 1128. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16071128 Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Synopsis Once, when someone asked JFK what his favorite song might be, the waggish president responded: “Well, ‘Hail to the Chief' has a nice ring to it.” As most people know, “Hail to the Chief” is the tune traditionally played to announce presidential arrivals at public events. What most people don't know is that the composer of the tune was British: one James Sanderson, an early 19th century violinist and the conductor of the Surrey Theatre in London. In 1810, Sanderson published his incidental music for a stage adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's romantic poem “The Lady of the Lake.” One hit tune from the show, "Wreaths for the Chieftain," made its way to America, and, given a new text and a title, “Hail to the Chief,” was first sung in Boston in 1815, at a memorial service on Washington's Birthday. It was on today's date in 1828, however, that the U.S. Marine Band first performed the song for a LIVING President, John Quincy Adams. Subsequent First Ladies Julia Tyler and Sara Polk continued the tradition, asking the Marine Band to play “Hail to the Chief” to announce the arrival of Presidential spouses, and that tradition continues to this day. Music Played in Today's Program James Sanderson (17??-18??) Hail to the Chief Manchester Cornet Band Vox Box 5088 James Sanderson (17??-18??) Hail to the Chief Chestnut Brass Company Newport Classics 85548
We are joined today by Collin from Randland TV Podcast! Cadsuane interviews Aes Sedai, and Seth schools us on several interesting facts about her from RJ's notes. We ship Annoura and Berelain. Aes Sedai name salad ensues, and we tangent onto discussing the differences between Jordan's and Sanderson's writing. Cadsuane doesn't approve of any of the Aes Sedai's activities, and the Aes Sedai don't approve of her mysterious motivations. Min runs to Rand for comfort. Check out Randland TV Podcast at https://www.randlandtv.com SpoilerCon registration is open now, from June 15th to August 15th 2021! Get your tickets at https://www.spoilercon.org/registration Will be held on October 1-3 in Portland, OR Currently planning an in-person/digital hybrid event Follow on Twitter (@spoilercon) and subscribe to newsletter (bit.ly/SConNews) to get updates https://spoilercon.wixsite.com/home Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCnS Contribute on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wotspoilers Sign up for SpoilerCon news: http://www.bit.ly/SConNews Email us: email@example.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wotspoilers & https://twitter.com/spoilercon?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wot_spoilers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WOTSpoilers/
In 1917, two young cousins carried a camera into an English dell and returned with a photo of fairies. When Arthur Conan Doyle took up the story it became a worldwide sensation. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Cottingley Fairies, a curiosity that would remain unexplained for most of the 20th century. We'll also remember a ferocious fire and puzzle over a troublesome gnome. Intro: Poet Harry Graham found "a simple plan / Which makes the lamest lyric scan." In the 1920s, Otto Funk fiddled across the United States. Sources for our feature on the Cottingley fairies: Jason Loxton et al., "The Cottingley Fairies," Skeptic 15:3 (2010), 72B,73-81. Russell Miller, The Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle: A Biography, 2008. Arthur Conan Doyle, The Coming of the Fairies, 1922. Timothy R. Levine, Encyclopedia of Deception, 2014. Jerome Clark, Encyclopedia of Strange and Unexplained Physical Phenomena, 1993. Joe Cooper, "Cottingley: At Last the Truth," The Unexplained 117 (1982), 2338-2340. A. Conan Doyle, "The Cottingley Fairies: An Epilogue," Strand 65:2 (February 1923), 105. Kaori Inuma, "Fairies to Be Photographed!: Press Reactions in 'Scrapbooks' to the Cottingley Fairies," Correspondence: Hitotsubashi Journal of Arts and Literature 4 (2019), 53-84. Douglas A. Anderson, "Fairy Elements in British Literary Writings in the Decade Following the Cottingley Fairy Photographs Episode," Mythlore 32:1 (Fall/Winter 2013), 5-18. Bruce Heydt, "The Adventure of the Cottingley Fairies," British Heritage 25:2 (May 2004), 20-25. Helen Nicholson, "Postmodern Fairies," History Workshop Journal 46 (Autumn 1998), 205-212. Michael W. Homer and Massimo Introvigne, "The Recoming of the Fairies," Theosophical History 6 (1996), 59-76. Alex Owen, "'Borderland Forms': Arthur Conan Doyle, Albion's Daughters, and the Politics of the Cottingley Fairies," History Workshop 38 (1994), 48-85. "The First, and Best Known, of the Cottingley Fairy Photographs," Nature 346:6281 (July 19, 1990), 232. "Away With the Fairies," Country Life, Nov. 11, 2020, 128-129. Leslie Gardner, "Notes on Mr S. F. Sanderson's Presidential Address, 21 March 1973, on 'The Cottingley Fairy Photographs,'" Folklore 86:3/4 (Autumn-Winter 1975), 190-194. S.F. Sanderson, "The Cottingley Fairy Photographs: A Re-Appraisal of the Evidence," Folklore 84:2 (Summer 1973), 89-103. David Barnett, "Fairy Tales," Independent, March 28, 2021. "Cottingley Fairies: How Sherlock Holmes's Creator Was Fooled by Hoax," BBC News, Dec. 5, 2020. "Cottingley Fairies Fake Photos to Go Under the Hammer," Guardian, March 31, 2019. Edward Sorel, "The Spiritual Life of Arthur Conan Doyle," New York Times, Dec. 28, 2018. "One Hundred Years on From the Famous Cottingley Hoax, Why People Still Believe in Fairies," Yorkshire Post, Feb. 13, 2018. Emily Hourican, "A Country Devastated by War, a Famous Author Desperate to Believe in the Spiritual World and Two Little Girls Who Borrowed a Camera ... the Fascinating Story of the Cottingley Fairies," Belfast Telegraph, Sept. 2, 2017. Hazel Gaynor, "Inside the Elaborate Hoax That Made British Society Believe in Fairies," Time, Aug. 1, 2017. David Barnett, "Why Do So Many People Still Believe in the Cottingley Fairies?" Telegraph, July 17, 2017. Mark Branagan, "Academic's Daughter: Curse of Cottingley Fairies Destroyed My Poor Father's Life," Express, Jan. 15, 2017. Sarah Freeman, "How the Cottingley Fairies Cost My Parents Their Marriage," Yorkshire Post, Dec. 28, 2016. Martin Wainwright, "Obituary: Joe Cooper: He Got the Cottingley Fairy Fakers to Confess," Guardian, Aug. 25, 2011. Chris Cheesman, "Obituary: Geoffrey Crawley: Photographic Scientist Who Played a Key Role in Debunking the Cottingley Fairies," Guardian, Nov. 16, 2010. Rick Whelan, "The Enchanting and Phony Cottingley Fairies," [Stratford] Beacon Herald, Nov. 11, 2010. "Geoffrey Crawley: Photographic Expert and Journalist Who Exposed the Myth of the Cottingley Fairies That Had Been Championed by Arthur Conan Doyle," Times, Nov. 10, 2010. Margalit Fox, "Geoffrey Crawley, 83, Dies; Gently Deflated a Fairy Hoax," New York Times, Nov. 6, 2010. James Johnston, "Memorabilia of 'Fairies' Hoax for Auction," Scotsman, March 12, 2001. Mel Hunter, "Fairy Tales," Birmingham Post, March 6, 2001. Vicki Goldberg, "Photography View; Of Fairies, Free Spirits and Outright Frauds," New York Times, Feb. 1, 1998. "Famous Fairy Photos 'Fakes,'" Canberra Times, March 21, 1983. "Shows Photo of Elves: English Theosophist Here to Lecture on 'Coming of the Fairies,'" New York Times, Feb. 3, 1927. "Has Conan Doyle Gone Mad?" [Perth] Mirror, Jan. 13, 1923. "'The Coming of the Fairies' Made Real by Conan Doyle," New York Tribune, Oct. 15, 1922. "Hoax or Revelation?" 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"Rhotic," Merriam-Webster (accessed June 12, 2021). "Microcosm: Portrait of a Central European City," Wikipedia (accessed June 12, 2021). "Wroclaw, Breslau, Vratislav ... One City, Many Names," In Your Pocket, July 23, 2020. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Rohan Bassett. It's based on an item in Steven Levy's 2011 book In the Plex. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!