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Tenmaku Cinema shows off The Shore, Nue Sexorcist solves a problem quickly, and Edens Zero is done with Joker Helix now, I guess! 7:05 - Undead Unluck 174 21:12 - Blue Box 116 34:17 - Chainsaw Man 142 45:51 - Edens Zero 255 59:37 - Cipher Academy 39 77:10 - MamaYuyu 1 95:08 - Nue's Exorcist 17 110:09 - Tenmaku Cinema 21 118:45 - The Elusive Samurai 125 124:46 - Akane-banashi 77 134:56 - Favorite Series and MVP
The ladies from Ask A Jew are back for their biannual visit. This time for the Jewish New Year! In this episode, we talk about the meaning of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and (since we apparently have to go over it again) why Orthodox Jews have to get their cars detailed before Passover. (It's true.) We also talk about mikvehs. Because you know you were wondering. If you only ever listen to one conversation about mikvehs, let it be this one. Most importantly, we revisit our evergreen topic: the world's hottest dictators, despots and garden-variety world leaders. Who was hotter? Stalin or Gadaffi? Is Bibi Netanyahu more your type? Or George H.W. Bush? In the bonus, I do a solocast where I answer AMA questions and share more of my existential crisis about how to pronounce my last name. Paying subscribers who have questions for me can put them in the comments. Guest Bio The Ask a Jew podcast is where Yael Bar Tur, a secular Israeli living in New York, and ChayaLeah Sufrin, a Hasidic mother in Los Angeles, discuss everything from Torah to Tinder, no topics are off-limits. Yael Bar Tur is a digital communications consultant with over 15 years of experience in social media, government, law enforcement and crisis communications. She served as the Director of Social Media and Digital Strategy for the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Born and raised in Israel, Yael served in the Israeli Army as a foreign press liaison in the height of two wars, as well as volunteering for reserve duty at the Israeli field hospital in Haiti immediately following the 2010 earthquake. She holds a Master's Degree from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Yael lives in NYC where she has been granted lifetime approval to pet all police K9s. ChayaLeah Sufrin is the Executive Director at Beach Hillel. Prior to Hillel, she spent 15 years teaching high school Jewish history and was the Education Director of Shul by the Shore. ChayaLeah has been married to her husband Boruch for 18 years and together they have 4 sons. Jewish education and building community are ChayaLeah's two main passions - she also loves the New England Patriots. She was recently named one of Hadassah's 18 American Zionist Women You Should Know. HOUSEKEEPING
The Mega Monsters Tour - Lorna Shore, Mastodon, and Gojira. Why was it awesome? Because reasons. That's why. Also, James is really, really bad at remembering names of people, bands, songs, albums....pretty much everything. SOCIALS AND MERCH https://linktr.ee/cummingsvo --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deathmetaldisco/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deathmetaldisco/support
As hot days cool into chilly autumn evenings, WPRB News and Culture returns to tell the tales of summer. Sophie Leheny and Natalie Hahn visit Asbury Park to learn about New Jersey's classic Shore boardwalks. Mollika Jai Singh explores what it means for parents to drop off their kids at summer camp. And in a story from our archive, Adam Sanders visits a kitschy summer town to see what makes it click. Hosted and produced by Adam Sanders. Reported, recorded, and produced by Sophie Leheny, Natalie Hahn, Mollika Jai Singh, and Adam Sanders. All music used under Creative Commons license. Theme music: “Take Me Higher,” by Jahzzar. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/newsandculture/message
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Dom welcomes back Robin Schaffer, activist with Protect Our Coast New Jersey, back onto the Dom Giordano Program to tell why some protestors were arrested after laying in an Ocean City road in hopes to prevent the groundbreaking of Orsted's Ocean Wind 1 project, which will install controversial wind turbines off the coast of the Jersey Shore. Schaffer takes us inside the incident, telling why those individuals who were arrested feel so strongly about this topic, with a couple of them being business owners, willing to put their liberty on the line. Robin delves deep into the details of the protest, and previews what he and the other protestors hope to accomplish in the coming months. (Photo by Getty Images)
The 563rd of a series of weekly radio programmes created by :zoviet*france: First broadcast 9 September 2023 by Resonance 104.4 FM and CJMP 90.1 FM Thanks to the artists and sound recordists included here for their fine work. track list 00 Bad Poet - Intro 01 Deborah Martin & Jill Haley - Into the Quiet 02 TheOxfordAmbientCollectiv - Nocturne II 03 Cole Peters - Powerline Road 04 Miguel A. García - Vri Seg 05 [unknown sound recordist / BBC] - Lakeside, near Wuhan, China with Blackbirds Song 06 Sevenism - Return 07 Bing Satellites - Almost Nothing 08 [unknown sound recordist / BBC] - Cabin Cruiser – Depart – (27ft) Depart (Recorded on Shore) (50hp Diesel Engine) ++ Bad Poet - Outro
Recently, I read a historical fiction novel that sparked my interest in a historical event in a way that no other book has done: The Shore of Forever by Elora Maxwell. This book was completely captivating. It was focused on a fascinating period of history and told the story of three characters who each had my heart and taught me a thing or two about how to live life. But even better than that, it lit my reading heart and sent me down a beautiful rabbit hole of curiosity. Today, I'm talking with Elora Maxwell about her debut novel. She gives us the backstory of how it came to be, insight into the characters and structure and even shares book recommendations that pair well with hers. You don't want to miss this! You'll find the show notes for this episode here. Love this podcast and want more? Consider this your invitation to join my Get Lit(erate) Patreon community! Each month, we take a deep dive into one bookish theme and work to bring it to life in our own lives. You'll get bonus episodes, book calendars, live book club and notebook sessions, special events and much more. Learn more at www.getliterate.co. Get your own Get Lit(erate). notebook to take notes on the books you want to read and notebook ideas you want to try! Follow Stephanie: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/getliterate/message
Beneath Vyer's capital, Tonreir and Ira strike dubious deals to further their causes. -- Notes: This episode contains content warnings. Visit badheroescast.com/contentwarnings for more details. We have launched prints in our merch shop! Find them at shop.badheroescast.com. We're raising money to commission a special set of illustrations depicting iconic scenes from The Scattered Pawns. Donate at ko-fi.com/badheroes or join our Patreon at patreon.com/badheroes if you want to help! -- Music: "Dark Walk," "On the Shore", "Temple of the Manes" and "Tango de Manzana" - Kevin MacLeod "Labyrinth" - Sergey Cheremisinov "Trees in the Wind" - Daniel Birch "Smoldering", "Cold War Echo", "Tumult", "Mercy" and "The Devil You Know" - Kai Engel "Solve the Damn Mystery" - Jesse Spillane -- This episode features a promo from Beyond the Furthest Stars. -- Sponsors and partners: Bad Heroes is sponsored by Roll20! Visit roll20.net to create your free virtual tabletop today. Use code BADHEROES at grindingcoffee.co for 10% off your delivery order from Grinding Coffee! Visit gamesbybee.etsy.com for awesome dice bags, dice trays, patches and accessories! Use code BADHEROES for 10% off.
In this edition of #GlobalPrint, ThePrint's Senior Consulting Editor Jyoti Malhotra explains how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been able to leverage India's G20 presidency over the past year to shore up his own global reputation and why India is increasingly hesitant to walk the Middle Path between Russia and the U.S. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read Jyoti Malhotra's column here : https://theprint.in/opinion/global-print/what-western-press-missed-about-india-as-modis-foreign-policy-comes-of-age-with-g20-summit/1748204/
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports the near-shore action for big kings is peaking. (dumperdan.com, facebook.com) Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces September class, events, and specials at the Range, including a free lane and target for grandparents on Grandparents Day, Sept. 10. (therangewi.com) Hunting and fishing Jesse Quale reports he is guiding six bear hunters this week. Walleye and white bass fishing action is good on both the Castle Rock and Petenwell flowages and Wisconsin River. (greenwaterwalleyes.com, castlerock-petenwell.com) Eric Printz, director of economic development for Florence County, invites listeners to visit Florence County this month for great fall colors and a number of events, including a Carriage House concert on Sept. 10 and the annual Florence County K9 Unit Raffle. (exploreflorencecounty.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, presented by Pappas Trading Post, archery expert and wildlife biologist JC Chamberlin offers advice for the opening weekend of archery season, September 16. (pappastradingpost.com)
In this episode of Digital Marketing Master, host Abby Martinez sits down with the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Infinera, Robert Shore, to discuss the art of marketing in the telecommunications industry. Robert, with over 25 years of experience, shares insights into his transition from engineering to marketing, highlighting the importance of effectively communicating complex technology solutions to customers. Discover the challenges and rewards of marketing in the tech sector and gain a deeper understanding of the critical role telecommunications plays in our daily lives.
Mark, Mike, and the Coach recap all of the action from the first weekend of high school football on the Shore. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/timeoutwithshoresports/support
We sat down with Marilyn Schlossbach, whose name is synonymous with the successful restaurants and community-related foundations within the Asbury Park area. Her drive to create supportive, educational, and sustainable environments in an industry, and let's face it, a general lifestyle that runs fast-paced and easy is beyond admirable. Marilyn's conversation touched on numerous points, however, her ability to continue pursuing a sustainable and supportive business for her community will always remain at the heart of her life's mission. If you want to find out more, stay tuned till the end of this week's episode!We then switched gears and looked at the glitz and glam behind Superfrico inside The Hook by Spiegelworld in Caesars in Atlantic City, NJ. They're expanding into the east coast, and we spoke with their Executive Culinary Director, Chef Anna Altieri for an insider's look at the swanky new spot. Housed in what was formerly known as the Warner Theatre, Superfrico and The Hook offers an unapologetically entertaining and enticing venue and menu for visitors to indulge in. With a menu that mirrors the acts on stage, the acrobatics of flavors that touch your palate will leave you craving more. If that teases your curiosity, then be sure to listen to Anna's full interview for even more enticing info!Lastly, we heard a quick update on what our favorite chef and co-host was up to on his foodie vacation! Hear from Gene Blum his delicious take on traveling in the Tennessee mountains, what he highly recommends for you to visit, taste, and potentially bring home a bottle or two of when you're there! From one smoky indulgent experience to the next--he will surely tempt your taste buds with his adventures!
This episode we're talking about the format of Lyric Poetry! We talk about reading poetry out loud, translation, French Canadian dialects, and more! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | Jam Edwards Things We Read (or tried to…) Entre Rive and Shore by Dominique Bernier-Cormier Let Us Believe in the Beginning of the Cold Season: Selected Poems by Forugh Farrokhzad, translated by Elizabeth T. Gray Jr Ledger: Poems by Jane Hirshfield Rapture by Carol Ann Duffy Goldenrod: Poems by Maggie Smith Good Bones: Poems by Maggie Smith Alive At The End Of The World by Saeed Jones The World Keeps Ending, and the World Goes on by Franny Choi No Matter the Wreckage by Sarah Kay White Pine: Poems and Prose Poems by Mary Oliver Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head by Warsan Shire Le premier coup de clairon pour réveiller les femmes immorales by Rachel McCrum The Hurting Kind by Ada Limón The Arkansas Testament by Derek Walcott Alive at the End of the World by Saeed Jones Other Media We Mentioned The Bronze Horseman by Alexander Pushkin 19 Ways of Looking at Wang Wei: With More Ways by Eliot Weinberger The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe “The Fish” by Elizabeth Bishop When We Were Very Young by A. A Milne Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein The Inferno of Dante: A New Verse Translation by Dante Alighieri, translated by Robert Pinsky All Def Poetry milk and honey by rupi kaur One Piece by Eiichiro Oda Trailer for Netflix show “Poetry Is Not a Luxury” by Audre Lorde (pdf) Links, Articles, and Things Lyric poetry (Wikipedia) The Writer's Block The Midnight Library: Episode 001 - Halloween Poetry Chiac (Wikipedia) Plasco Building (Wikipedia) 30 Recent Poetry Collections by BIPOC Authors Every month Book Club for Masochists: A Readers' Advisory Podcasts chooses a genre at random and we read and discuss books from that genre. We also put together book lists for each episode/genre that feature works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) authors. All of the lists can be found here. This booklist features books from BIPOC poets published in the past three years. Chrome Valley by Mahogany L. Browne Feast by Ina Cariño Your Emergency Contact Has Experienced an Emergency by Chen Chen Girls That Never Die: Poems by Safia Elhillo Content Warning: Everything by Akwaeke Emezi I Do Everything I'm Told by Megan Fernandes Living Nations, Living Words: An Anthology of First Peoples Poetry edited by Joy Harjo Song of my Softening by Omotara James Spells, Wishes, and the Talking Dead / Mamaht́wisiwin, Pakos̊yimow, Nikihci-́niskot́ṕn : Poems by Wanda John-Kehewin Burning Like Her Own Planet by Vandana Khanna Phantom Pain Wings by Kim Hyesoon, translated by Don Mee Choi Bianca by Eugenia Leigh Finna by Nate Marshall Slam Coalkan Performance Poetry: The Condor and the Eagle Meet edited by Jennifer Murrin God Themselves by Jae Nichelle You Are Only Just Beginning: Lessons for the Journey Ahead by Morgan Harper Nichols I'm Always So Serious by Karisma Price Homie by Danez Smith Blood Snow by dg nanouk okpik Promises of Gold/Promesas de Oro by José Olivarez with translation by David Ruano That Was Now, This is Then by Vijay Seshadri it was never going to be okay by jaye simpson Dark Testament by Crystal Simone Smith Unshuttered: Poems by Patricia Smith Falling Back in Love with Being Human: Letters to Lost Souls by Kai Cheng Thom Femme in Public by Alok Vaid-Menon Time Is a Mother by Ocean Vuong Find Her. Keep Her. by Renaada Williams Rupture Tense by Jenny Xie From From by Monica Youn Give us feedback! Fill out the form to ask for a recommendation or suggest a genre or title for us to read! Here's Matthew's limerick. Write your own! There once was a book club for masochists Whose members delighted in making lists They all had a blast Co-hosting a podcast That their friendship will always persist Check out our Tumblr, follow us on Instagram, join our Facebook Group, or send us an email! Join us again on Tuesday, September 19th it's time for our One Book One Podcast episode as we all discuss the book Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey! Then on Tuesday, October 3rd get ready for Halloween because we'll be talking about the genre of Horror!
On Tuesday, September 5, 2023, the Duluth News Tribune will release episode 27 of the Northlandia podcast, which is a weekly podcast that tells true stories of the unique and fascinating people and places you'll find exploring the Northland. To give you another opportunity to see the unique stories Northlandia has to offer, we're providing episode 9 here for you listen. This episode of Northlandia was first released on April 29, 2023. To read the article for this episode and see photos and video, follow the link here. If you enjoy the episode, we encourage you to check out the other episodes of Northlandia by visiting duluthnewstribune.com/topics/northlandia or wherever you get your podcasts. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com.
On the Shelf for September 2023 The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 267 with Heather Rose Jones Your monthly roundup of history, news, and the field of sapphic historical fiction. In this episode we talk about: Book ShoppingGoodman, Ruth. 2016. How to be a Tudor: A Dawn to Dusk Guide to Tudor Life. W.W. Norton & Company, New York. ISBN 978-1-63149-253-2 Cleland, Elizabeth & Adam Eaker. 2022. The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. ISBN 978-1-58839-692-1 Ball, Krista D. 2012. What Kings Ate and Wizards Drank. Tyche Books, Ltd, Alberta. ISBN 978-0-9878248-9-9 Ndiaye, Noémie & Lia Markey. 2023. Seeing Race Before Race: Visual Culture and the Racial Matrix in the Premodern World. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Press, Tempe. ISBN 978-0-86698-842-1 Leonardi, Camillo (trans. Liliana Leopardi). 2023. Speculum Lapidum: A Renaissance Treatise on the Healing Properties of Gemstones. The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park. ISBN 978-0-271-09539-4 Hindley, Katherine Storm. 2023. Textual Magic: Charms and Written Amulets in Medieval England. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 978-0-226-82533-5 Warr, Cordelia. 2023. Medieval Clothing and Textiles 17. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. ISBN 978-1-78327-598-4 Not Just the Tudors (podcast) Girl Culture in the Middle Ages and Renaissance by Deanne Williams Recent Lesbian/Sapphic Historical FictionEmber of a New World by Ishtar Watson Sanditon: The Lesbian Solution by Garnet Marriott and Jane Austen Where Pleasant Fountains Lie (The New Countess #3) by Lady Vanessa S.-G Haven's End (Daughters Under the Black Flag #2) by Eden Hopewell The Birdwatchers by Louise Vetroff The Haunted Diamond by Becky Black He Who Drowned the World (The Radiant Emperor #2) by Shelley Parker-Chan Carving a New Shape by Rhiannon Grant For Love and Liberty by Eden Hopewell Her Duchess by Brooke Winters Into the Bright Open: A Secret Garden Remix (Remixed Classics # 8) by Cherie Dimaline Other Titles of InterestThe Girl Who Fled the Picture by Jane Anderson The Valkyrie by Kate Heartfield What I've been consumingThe Great Roxhythe by Georgette Heyer Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente Call for submissions for the 2024 LHMP audio short story series. See here for details. This month we interview Rhiannon Grant and talk about:The appeal of a Neolithic setting Worldbuilding in archaeological settings Exploring spirituality Publications mentioned:Carving a New Shape by Rhiannon Grant Between Boat and Shore by Rhiannon Grant The Dazzle of Day by Molly Gloss Ember of a New World by Ishtar Watson Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean Auel This month we interview Katharine Quarmby and talk about:The historic inspiration for the story The work of turning archives into fiction Finding queer relationships in the historic record Fiction and non-fiction as reflections of each other Reclaiming marginalized histories Publications mentioned:The Low Road by Katharine Quarmby The Secret Diaries of Charles Ignatius Sancho by Paterson Joseph Gentleman Jack (tv series) The Fascination by Essie Fox A transcript of this podcast is available here. (Interview transcripts added when available.) Links to the Lesbian Historic Motif Project Online Website: http://alpennia.com/lhmp Blog: http://alpennia.com/blog RSS: http://alpennia.com/blog/feed/ Twitter: @LesbianMotif Discord: Contact Heather for an invitation to the Alpennia/LHMP Discord server The Lesbian Historic Motif Project Patreon Links to Heather Online Website: http://alpennia.com Email: Heather Rose Jones Mastodon: @heatherrosejones@Wandering.Shop Twitter: @heatherosejones Facebook: Heather Rose Jones (author page) Links to Rhiannon Grant Online Facebook: Rhiannon Grant TikTok (main): @ rhiannonbookgeek TikTok (books): @ sapphicprehistory Twitter: @bookgeekrelng Bluesky: @rhiannonbookgeek.bsky.social Mastodon: >@firstname.lastname@example.org Links to Katharine QuarmbyOnline Website: katharinequarmby.com Twitter: @KatharineQ Facebook: Katharine Quarmby (writer)
This is a repeat episode of ‘The View' featuring the cast of 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' as guests. 'The View' co-hosts will return Tuesday, September 5th for season 27! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Friday, Kraken fans! We are weeks away from the 2023 Training Camp. Locked on Kraken host Erica L. Ayala discusses the Kraken's new signing Devin Shore. What do we know about Shore? How will he fit into the Kraken? Can he help stabilize our bottom six forwards? Later on the show, Erica reviews our National TV schedule and shares more PWHL details. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
In any gift shop in New England, you'll probably find lighthouses pictured on tea towels and tee shirts and in snow globes. Lighthouses are fondly thought of as community landmarks and icons. Connecticut has fourteen active lighthouses, two of which are maintained as private aids to navigation; six are standing but inactive. Some are located on dry land but a significant number are located in the waters of the Long Island Sound. Some are now private homes, but many can be enjoyed by the public including several that are periodically opened to the public by some of the state's history museums. As early as the 1880's, the federal government encouraged lighthouse keepers to open the lighthouses to visitors and tourists. The National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act of 2000 provides an opportunity for the preservation of federally-owned historic light stations. The NHLPA program is a partnership among the United States Coast Guard; National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior; the General Services Administration and new stewards such as the New London Maritime Society and the Norwalk Seaport Association. In this episode, Executive Producer Mary Donohue interviews guests Susan Tamulevich, Executive Director of the New London Maritime Society since 2008, during which time the NLMS became the steward of three area lighthouses, and Jordan Jackson, a Grating the Nutmeg listener and lighthouse fan who shares her first-hand account of visiting the Sheffield Island Lighthouse in Norwalk Harbor administered by the Norwalk Seaport Association. There are many ways to visit Connecticut's lighthouses. In the summer, the New London Maritime Society takes visitors by boat to see both the interior and exterior of its two lighthouses located in the Long Island Sound. The Norwalk Seaport Association also schedules summer boat trips out to Sheffield Island. The Cross Sound Ferry from New London has a cruise that includes sailing by eight lighthouses available until October 9th. Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven is open until November 1st-a perfect place for a close look at an early lighthouse, a walk on the beach or a sandwich. For more information, visit these websites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lighthouses_in_Connecticut https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Lighthouses_on_the_National_Register_of_Historic_Places_in_Connecticut https://www.nlmaritimesociety.org/ https://www.seaport.org/ https://www.ctexplored.org/stoningtons-first-family-of-lighthouse-keepers/ https://www.ctexplored.org/two-if-by-sea-new-londons-harbor-light-stoningtons-old-lighthouse-museum/ New London photos courtesy of New London Maritime Society and Sheffield Island Lighthouse photos courtesy of Jordan Jackson. -------------------------------------------------------------- Fresh episodes of Grating the Nutmeg are brought to you every two weeks with support from our listeners. You can help us continue to produce the podcast by donating directly to Grating the Nutmeg on the Connecticut Explored website at www.ctexplored.org/ Click the donate button at the top and then look for the Grating the Nutmeg donation link at the bottom. Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated-we thank you! Subscribe to Connecticut Explored, the magazine of Connecticut history, at https://simplecirc.com/subscribe/connecticut-explored This episode of Grating the Nutmeg was produced by Mary Donohue and engineered by Patrick O'Sullivan at https://www.highwattagemedia.com/ Join us in two weeks for our next episode of Grating the Nutmeg, the podcast of Connecticut history.
the starry floor the watry shore - #3548 by chair house 230901.mp3★本日のYoutubeビデオマガジンです。ピアノ音楽とアート４作を３分の動画で確認できるのでいかがでしょうか？ 下記のnoteでは創作活動含めてすべて毎日の記事に書いています。良ければそっちを観て下さい。ここはシンプルにします。 https://note.com/chairhouse/★ エマクリ６８の第４動画が完成しました。題名は 愛(AI)..
http://www.copperplatemailorder.com Copperplate Podcast 285 presented by Alan O'Leary September 2023 www.copperplatemailorder.com London Music1. Danu: The Garsun Who Beat His Father. All Things Considered 2. Le Cheile: The Bird in the Bush/Christmas Eve. Out of the West3. Kev Boyle: The Blue & the Gray. Palestine Grove 4. Danny Meehan & Michael O'Connell: Tom Wards Downfall/Crossing the Sannon. Navvy on the Shore 5. Paul Brennan: London Town. Airs & Graces 6. Karen Ryan: Plains of Boyle/McGlinchey's/Walsh's HP. The Coast Road 7. John & James Carty: Major Moran's/Peg McGrath's Reel. At It Again 8. Bobby & Sean Casey: Farewell to Miltown/Star of Munster. The Spirit of West Clare9. Mick Sands: Lough Erne's Shore. The Ominous & The Luminous 10. Tommy Keane & Jacqueline McCarthy: The Repeal of the Union/My Seetheart Jane. The Wind Among the Reeds11. Andy Martyn & John Carty: The Ballygawley Barndance/The Brook Reel. Will We Give It A Go 12. London Lasses: The Culfada Reel/Farewell to London/Rossmore Jetty. 25TH Anniversary Album
In Part One of a very special three-part series, Dr. James Flowers welcomes to the show Tonda Chapman, Candy Finnigan, & Jeanie Griffin. Today, Tonda, Candy & Jeanie Griffin get personal and share their own experiences with addiction, recovery, spirituality, and The Twelve Step Program. They talk about family, and the people in our lives who become our family. Finally, they discuss the differences between belief and faith and turning to a higher power or being.Key Takeaways04:21 – Tonda Chapman, Candy Finnigan, & Jeanie Griffin all join the show today to talk about spirituality, addiction, recovery and family 10:04 – Turning to God or a higher power 15:23 – Family and the spiritual world 22:39 – Jeanie's approach to family programs 32:41 – Belief and faith 35:07 – Dr. Flowers thanks listeners for tuning in to Part One of this episode and encourages them to return for Parts Two and Three with Tonda, Candy & JeanieTweetable Quotes“I guess I've been on a spiritual journey my whole life. I just keep going to the wrong address.” (06:44) (Jeanie) “Along the way, I think I've been introduced to different levels of spirituality. Some of it is pretty crazy, but we don't get to tell you how you feel in Twelve Step and that's the magic of it. I don't think you're gonna stay unless you have some sort of spiritual awakening.” (13:14) (Candy) “I think that's the way we have to approach people that are looking for recovery. Everyone comes from a different place. And, one commonality I've found is that the people who bring family in and the family takes a part in their recovery, are so much more successful.” (19:02) (Tonda) “I grew up in an alcoholic home. It was a loving alcoholic home, and there is such an animal. I knew I was loved. I knew we were loved. I also knew that there was something that crept in under the door that nobody could do anything about. And it fractured our family.” (26:02) (Jeanie) “The spiritual life is not a theory; you have to live it. And we have to live it because we are spiritual beings.” (28:56) (Jeanie)Resources MentionedJFlowers Health Institute – https://jflowershealth.com/JFlowers Health Institute Contact – (713) 783-6655Subscribe on your favorite player: https://understanding-the-human-condition.captivate.fm/listen Tonda's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonda-chapman-3018b2154/Candy's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/candy-finnigan-8194068/Jeanie's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeanie-griffin-d-d-lmft-lpc-lcdc-25a3939/Books Mentioned:Another Chance: Hope and Health for the Alcoholic Family - https://www.amazon.com/Another-Chance-Health-Alcoholic-Family/dp/0831400722**The views and opinions expressed by our guests are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect those of J. Flowers Health Institute. Any content provided by our co-host(s) or guests are of their opinion and are not intended to reflect the philosophy and policies of J. Flowers Health Institute itself. Nor is it intended to malign
There was some actual Oilers news to talk about on this week's episode of Oilersnation Radio.Kicking off the podcast, we got started with a random conversation about woodpeckers attacking Jay's house. Why? It's a fair question given that woodpeckers have nothing to do with the Edmonton Oilers. Getting the podcast back on track, we got into the Oilers talk with a delicious debate about which PTO — Sam Gagner or Brandon Sutter — is most likely to turn their tryout into a contract. Will either of them even make it out of camp? Checking in on some former friends, we looked at the Zack Kassian PTO in Anaheim and Devin Shore landing a one-year with the Seattle Kraken. Seeing former Oilers land in other markets led us to discuss whether or not the bottom portion of our roster will have enough firepower to relieve the pressure on McDavid and Draisaitl to perform. What is a fair season for Nuge? What will Evander Kane do now that he's healthy? How will Connor Brown fare in his first year in Edmonton? Lastly, we wrapped up the Friday episode of Oilersnation Radio with another round of Ask the Idiots, and Hot and Cold performers.Shoutout to the episode's sponsors: Betway: https://betway.com/en/sports Oodle Noodle: https://www.oodlenoodle.ca/ Cornerstone Insurance: https://www.cornerstoneins.ca/ Wilhauk Beef Jerky: https://www.wilhaukbeefjerky.com/Star Mechanical: https://starmechanical.ca/Visit www.nationgear.ca for merch and more.Follow us on Instagram @oilersnationdotcomFollow us on Twitter/Facebook/TikTok @OilersNationReach out to email@example.com to connect with our Sales Team and discuss opportunities to partner with us! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we Build with Ricky Shore. Ricky graduated from North Carolina State University and started his first career with Wachovia Bank. 25 years later he left the Bank as a senior executive and purchased Aladdin Travel and Meeting Planners. 14 years later, he sold Aladdin and is now happily retired from not just 1, but 2 careers.In this wide-ranging conversation, we discuss life with 3 kids, his journey from being with the bank for 25 years to pivoting to owning his own travel company. We get into what "Rickyism's" are and how they help build a strong culture that's built to last. Ricky also shares how to incentivize people the right way and how to pick the right clients.Ricky is married to Sally (41 years) and they have three children and seven grandchildren. They have lived in Hickory, NC, Atlanta, Georgia and now their hometown of Winston-Salem, NC.During his working career and in retirement Ricky has been a committed volunteer and helped numerous organizations with fundraising. He is active at St. Paul's Episcopal Church and has helped with 3 capital campaigns, served on the Vestry both Senior and Junior Warden. Today, Ricky is enjoying traveling, his children and grandchildren, golf, tennis, pickle ball, biking and not working.Enjoy!
NOTE: Lately I've started to feel that I don't have enough time for my creations. So, I rearrange my daily activity schedule so that my SNS activity execution time does not occur during the prime time of my creative activities. So the update time of my SNS activities will change. However, this soundcloud activity is my top priority, so I will continue to do the first activity every morning in Japan, as I always have. #3548: Sep. 1, 2023: the starry floor the watry shore ("William Blake's Poetry (Japanese version)" from Aug. 24, 2023) Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 3547(78.2%) achieved today. Find my project.. : ) This piece may might have good 1/f fluctuation characteristic although I stopped investigating it each piece. My new message: "Does it make sense to preserve it for 1000 years?" Today's cover ART is created by #Midjourney (Art Generating #AI), according to my wish. Happy if you like it. Today's chairhouse's daily video magazine of piano ten thousand leaves music & AI created Artworks. https://youtu.be/cbF60VE2By8 I'm now making Archive site of Piano Ten Thousand Leaves project by utilizing #wordpress. Basically nice direction I've already gotten.. : ) Currently 1100 pieces already achieved. But this week I need to do something else, so I'm going to stop this task for a bit. ######## NEW 24th SELECTION ALBUM JUST RELEASED ######## "Deep Forest Girl" - the 24th selection album of piano ten thousand leaves Youtube: Full(20 songs, 50 minutes) and HD video by Midjourney - AI https://youtu.be/-pvjcnFysTk spotify https://open.spotify.com/intl-ja/album/6zftjWuL7JMF0vNYgLTSaQ apple music https://music.apple.com/jp/album/deep-forest-girl-piano-ten-thousand-leaves-volume-24/1692518303 amazon music https://www.amazon.co.jp/s?k=chair+house+%E6%B7%B1%E3%81%84%E6%A3%AE%E3%81%AE%E5%B0%91%E5%A5%B3+-+%E3%83%94%E3%82%A2%E3%83%8E%E4%B8%87%E8%91%89%E9%9B%86+-+%E7%AC%AC24%E5%B7%BB&i=digital-music&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 line music https://music.line.me/webapp/album/mb0000000002e6f6be AWA: https://s.awa.fm/album/bd73bf6d8ea694823e31 Other Every music streaming services in the world https://linkco.re/yDNpmUYN?lang=en
Acts 27Join us as read through Proverbs and Ecclesiastes during the Summer Reading Plan https://ubcellsworth.org/august-2023-reading-plan/We would love to see you during our Sunday morning service. Click here for the time and location.https://ubcellsworth.org/#schedDo you have a prayer request? https://ubcellsworth.org/#prayerIf you are seeking biblical counseling....click here https://ubcellsworth.org/biblical-counseling-ministry/
In this episode of the American Shoreline Podcast, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham dive deep into the unique intersection of oral history and environmental change. Special guest Tara Hinton, a rising junior at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, shares her pioneering work, mining archives for oral histories at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center. These histories, some of which date back decades, offer invaluable insights into the environmental shifts observed by communities over time, especially in the wake of events like Hurricane Floyd. To deepen the discussion, the hosts also welcome back a friend of the podcast, Dr. Rob Young, Director of the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at Western Carolina University. Together, they explore how these narratives can shape our understanding of climate change, inform policy, and reveal the resilient spirit of coastal communities.
Dom welcomes Chuck Bangle of Manco's Pizza, a South Jersey and now Philadelphia staple for pizza, after the restaurant was mentioned in a column about sticker shock in the shore towns. First, Chuck tells us about his pizza shops, explaining to listeners where they can grab a pie of their famous pizza. Then, Dom and Chuck delve into the Inquirer article that tells of the increasing prices of pizza at the shore, with Chuck explaining why his prices have increased, delving into the cost of ingredients as inflation continues to rise. Then, Chuck gives a bit of history of the restaurant, and tells why he requires all of his staff to dress in white.
The Queen of Quarantween, legend of the golden TRL era & celebrity expert Jessie Kanevsky joins the podcast to talk about the most recent celebrity wedding phenomenon - Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley take the Jersey Shore! Which leads into a conversation about Taylor Swift, Karlie Kloss, The Jonas Brothers and Kevin Jonas's recent venture on Claim to Fame. But first, Devin talks about a recent encounter with an ex-boyfriend who took her for granted and whether the mission for closure (getting on the bus in a crop top to go to your ex's studio apartment) is worth it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A wonderful sense of wordplay permeates the poems we were able to discuss from Barbara Diehl. Sadly, one of three poems we'd flagged for the podcast was snapped up before our discussion was recorded, and we talk a bit at the start of this episode about our process and timelines. Barbara's work gave us space to consider how word choices, sequencing, and combining can lead to new experiences in a poem, as well as a debate over the roles of joy and darkness in poetry, including the balance we seek as readers in the world we find ourselves living in these days. This episode is brought to you by our sponsor Wilbur Records, who kindly introduced us to the artist is A.M.Mills whose song “Spaghetti with Loretta” now opens our show. At the table: Kathleen Volk Miller, Jason Schneiderman, Samantha Neugebauer and Dagne Forrest. Barbara Westwood Diehl is senior editor of The Baltimore Review. Her fiction and poetry appear in a variety of journals, including Quiddity, Potomac Review (Best of the 50), SmokeLong Quarterly, Gargoyle, Superstition Review, Thrush Poetry Journal, Atticus Review, The MacGuffin, The Shore, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Raleigh Review, Ponder, Fractured Lit, South Florida Poetry Journal, Five South, Allium, The Inflectionist Review, Switch, Split Rock Review, and Free State Review. Socials: Twitter @BarbaraWestwood, Facebook @ barbara.w.diehl.3, Poets & Writers listing December Goodnight it's sunfall, and the papersky is grayed with erasures of bestlaid plans all the daymistakes forgiven the brokenpencil points of planes thumbsmudged away their grumblechatter hushed the blackening windows shuttered * so sleep in the nightsee in the skylisten so dream a planetdance breathe a metronome so keep time to a ticktock moon to evening's pocketwatch its face a dozing chaperone so humfade, so eyes closed nothing to shudderfret allsafe
WTFAQ's Alex Lee joins us to talk about children's entertainment. We find out what kids are watching now with Bluey and Blippi before we take a lovely stroll down memory lane to reminisce about the shows from when we were kids like Round the Twist, Ship to Shore, The Ferals and even more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jorden Wakeley, multi-sport athlete from Grayling, Michigan, joins the podcast coming fresh off his overall win at the Ore to Shore Mountain Bike Epic. Jorden talks about his Ore to Shore race, his 2023 season, and, of course, his love of canoe racing. Trevor also sits down with Scott Richard to process their recent ride through the RAMBA trail system in the Upper Peninsula in preparation for the Marji Gesick 100.
CEO of Shore Community Services Alexis Alm joins Ramblin Ray on the Big 89 to discuss their mission to empower individuals with disabilities, the creation of individualized plans for those seeking their support, and how you can contribute to Shore Community Services. https://shoreservices.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Notes and Links to Jared Beloff's Work For Episode 198, Pete welcomes Jared Beloff, and the two discuss, among other topics, an early reading challenge that supercharged his voraciousness, contemporary and not-so contemporary writers who left an imprint on him with their visceral work and distinctive worldbuilding, his quick rise to published and acclaimed poet, and pertinent themes in his collection, including nostalgia, indifference, a fading and changing ecosystem, and the myriad effects of climate change. Jared Beloff is the author of the Who Will Cradle Your Head (ELJ Editions, 2023). He earned degrees at Rutgers University (BA in English) Johns Hopkins University (MA in English Literature, specializing in the novel and Romantic/18th Century Literature). Jared has been an adjunct professor at Queensborough Community College, an English teacher and a teacher mentor in NYC public schools for 16 years. Jared is currently a peer reviewer for The Whale Road Review. His poetry can be found in Contrary Magazine, Barren Magazine, KGB Bar Lit, The Shore, Rise Up Review, Bending Genres and elsewhere. His work has been nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Queens, NY. Buy Who Will Cradle Your Head Jared's Website From Identity Theory: “Cracking Open Clams: A Conversation Between Jared Beloff and Candice Kelsey” At about 2:35, Jared talks about a reading challenge that put his reading intake into high-gear At about 4:25, Jared updates on his reading this summer/including The Sealey Challenge At about 5:25, Jared reflects on the psychological/philosophical roots of his reading, especially his early reading At about 7:35, Jared lists some formational and transformational works and writers, like Angels in América and English Patient, as well as Pablo Neruda, Bishop, and Forche's work At about 10:00, Jared reflects on how his own work reflects that which he has read and enjoyed throughout his life At about 11:30, Jared responds to Pete's questions about how he has been inspired and moved by fiction and poetry written about climate change; he cites Allegra Hyde's impressive work, as well as work by Hila Ratzabi, Craig Santos-Perez, and Claire Wahmanholm; At about 14:40, Jared shouts out Diane Seuss, who blurbed his collection, and how her work informs his, as well as how Obit and its metaphors “blew [him] away” At about 15:20, Deaf Republic by Ilya Kaminsky is highlighted as a stimulus for Jared's writing At about 16:25, Pete highlights Mai Der Vang's Yellow Rain, and Nguyen and Anthony Cody are shouted out by Jared as influential in his work At about 17:35, Jared talks about seeds for his collection, especially the “Swamp Thing” poems by Jack Bedell and the ways Todd Dillard uses “wonder” At about 23:05, Pete highlights the collection's first poem, one “After” Aimee Nezhukumatathil; Jared discusses the methodology of these “After” poems, the ideas of a “muse,” and how he often writes after what/who he teaches At about 27:50, Jared discusses the background and content of “Animal Crackers” At about 30:45, Pete compliments Jared on his work regarding his children, and Jared talks about thinking through poems and “allowing wonder to stay” despite “grief-laden” poems At about 34:30, Jared explains how he used climate change as a proxy a(or vice versa?) for other types of grief both personal and societal At about 35:40, Pete highlights profound lines and asks about Sasquatch's importance throughout the collection At about 39:50, Pete and Jared talk structure in Jared's collection, including the diamond/pyramid structure and its uniqueness and power At about 41:30, Jared shouts out Diana Khoi Nguyen's work and using some structural stimuli At about 45:05, Pete cites meaningful lines revolving around nostalgia and ideas of energy; he asks Jared about a cool and clever and depressing poem involving the Golden Girls At about 48:15, Pete asks Jared his views on nostalgia in his work; Jared connects nostalgia with climate change circumstances At about 51:15, Indifference in the face of climate emergencies is discussed, and Jared discusses “complic[ity]” and political choices At about 53:00, Jared responds to Pete's questions about climate change advocacy in the system “tied/tired” as used in a poem At about 54:00, Jared gives history on Freshkills and its history and eccentric future At about 55:30, Jared reads the portion of the above poem that features the collection's title and explains the title's genesis At about 59:00, Jared discusses exciting new projects At about 1:01:30, Jared shouts out places to buy his book You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch this and other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode. Sign up now for The Chills at Will Podcast Patreon: it can be found at patreon.com/chillsatwillpodcastpeterriehl Check out the page that describes the benefits of a Patreon membership, including cool swag and bonus episodes. Thanks in advance for supporting my one-man show, my DIY podcast and my extensive reading, research, editing, and promoting to keep this independent podcast pumping out high-quality content! NEW MERCH! You can browse and buy here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChillsatWillPodcast This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com. Please tune in for Episode 200 with Adam Vitcavage, who is the founder of Debutiful, a website and podcast where readers can discover debut authors. The podcast was named one of the Best Book Podcasts by Book Riot, Town and Country, and Los Angeles Review of Books in 2022. His criticism and interviews have also been featured in Electric Literature, Paste Magazine, Literary Hub, Phoenix New Times, among others. The episode will air on August 22.
#265: Skeery gets yelled at by everyone for doing the weather in an optimistic way, even if it's not 100% accurate; Brody was taught by a restaurant employee how to scam their own restaurant; trying to identify THE song of summer of 2023; Brody found a couple of Scambonis including one people are doing on Tik Tok; Skeery refuses to pay $400 for a Jersey Shore bed bug motel; The boys discuss the rise of kids pretending to be NPC (non playable characters) on social media and how they're becoming rich; Listener TalkbacksSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you are an occupational therapy professional working with autistic people, you've likely heard of strengths-based practice (SBP). But, does this approach work? And, what are the benefits of it? In this one hour OT CEU course we will discuss a scoping review that explores these questions. As we'll see, strengths-based interventions were related to:Positive social engagementLearningSelf-advocacyAnxiety reductionAfter reviewing the article, we're delighted to welcome to the podcast the article's lead author, Kavitha Murthi, MS (OT), OTR, FHEA (UK). Her and I will discuss the practical implications of this research for your OT practice.In order to earn credit for this course, you must take the test within the OT Potential Club.You can find more details on this course here:https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/strengths-based-ot-autismLearn more about our guest:https://otpotential.com/occupational-therapy-directory/kavitha-murthiHere's the primary research we are discussing:Murthi, K., Chen, Y.-L., Shore, S., &; Patten, K. (2023). Strengths-based practice to enhance mental health for autistic people: A scoping review. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 77(2). Support the showSupport the show
In this favorite episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham dive deep with Andrew S. Lewis, exploring his captivating New York Times Magazine piece, "The Long, Slow Drowning of the New Jersey Shore." A culmination of the Pulitzer Center's Connected Coastlines reporting project and adorned with striking visuals from Devin Oktar Yalkin, Lewis's article paints a vivid picture of the multi-dimensional challenges facing New Jersey's coastline. Join us as we navigate the stories of the people at the heart of this issue - from the scientists and coastal managers to the artists and local leaders - and ponder on the evolving future of the New Jersey shore.
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Evan and Danny had quite the adventure this week from the Jersey Shore boardwalk to the Hamptons and they talked to some of your favorite reality stars! Page Six hung out with the cast of "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation" at Seaside Heights and got all the scoop from the cast including Sammi Sweetheart's return to the show after 11 years! We jetted over to the Hamptons for Jill Zarin's charity luncheon and got some tea from the "RHONJ" ladies about their new season. In other news, Erika Jayne explained on "WWHL" that her weight loss is due to menopause and not Ozempic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The boys are BACK and they're better than ever! Yes folks, the LGTTP boys are back and ready to talk about the Eagles and Phillies. But first, we recap our wild vacation weeks, Coggin asks a question about shore parking etiquette that sparks a furious debate and Pat and Chris recap their drug bender at the Phish concerts. We finish by talking about how the Phillies are so back, Eagles training camp storylines, Ruben Amaro Jr in the booth and Motrezl Harrel. Subscribe, Rate and Review Let's Go To The Phones on Apple, Spotify and Google Follow us on all our socials- https://twitter.com/letsgo2thephone https://www.instagram.com/letsgotothephones/?hl=en
Josh Minott may not start the season in Chris Finch's rotation for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but it likely won't be long until he's contributing on a regular basis. Ben Beecken (@bbeecken) discusses what Minott brings to the table and why he'll the Wolves will rely on him at some point. Additionally, what attributes Minott brings that the other summer acquisitions will also shore up on the Wolves roster in 2023-24. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Ibotta Right now, Ibotta is offering our listeners $5 just for trying Ibotta by using the code MLB when you register.Just go to the App Store or Google Play store and download the FREE Ibotta app and use code LOCKED. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we present the Dot Net Weekly podcast from ten years ago this week (7-25-2013). Jason Powell and Chris Shore talked about that week's top stories with insider perspective including Hulk Hogan's waning cool factor for TNA, Sting, Daniel Bryan, Raw review, quarter hour ratings, Stacey Keibler, Sabin's TNA Title win over Bully Ray, ROH, and more. This was an exclusive for ProWrestling.net members originally.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3275525/advertisement
Rod, Tessa, Alex, and Chile talk about more celebrity deaths, play another round of the Suburb Summer Sizzler, and tell you about Tessa's new side gig as co-host of Houston Life and welcome her co-host Derrick Shore in to the studio.Podcast brought to you by Gallery Furniture
Dr. Ben Shore from Boston Children's joins the show to discuss his recent research on trauma, infection, discharge planning, neuromuscular hips, and more. The lightning round covers Vitamin D deficiency, scoliosis bracing, guided growth, and shared decision making. This episode is sponsored by Depuy Synthes Spine. Your hosts are Craig Louer from Vanderbilt, Carter Clement from Children's Hospital of New Orleans, Julia Sanders from Children's Hospital Colorado, and Josh Holt from University of Iowa. Music by A. A. Aalto. References: Watkins et al. The Reliability of Intraoperative Hip Arthrography in Cerebral Palsy Hip Reconstruction. JPOSNA 2023. https://doi.org/10.55275/JPOSNA-2023-595 Flaugh et al. Barriers to Discharge After Hip Reconstruction Surgery in Non-ambulatory Children With Neurological Complex Chronic Conditions. JPO Sept 2022. Upasani et al with CORTICES Study Group. Practice Variation in the Surgical Management of Children With Acute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis. JPO 2022. Montgomery et al. Minimizing Surgeon Radiation Exposure During Operative Treatment of Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures. JPO 2023. Lightning Round Karkenny et al. Pediatric Fractures: Does Vitamin D Play a Role? JPO 2023. Catanzano et al. Cast or Nail? Using a Preference-Based Tool for Shared Decision-Making in Pediatric Femoral Shaft Fracture Treatment. JPO 2023. Zapata et al. Early brace treatment for idiopathic scoliosis may change the paradigm to improve curves. Spine Deformity 2023. McGinley et al. Faster Rate of Correction with Distal Femoral Transphyseal Screws Versus Plates in Hemiepiphysiodesis for Coronal-Plane Knee Deformity: Age- and Sex-Matched Cohorts of Skeletally Immature Patients. JBJS 2023.
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