I wanted to check in this week and talk a little Whittier happenings. Today we talk about the opening of the new Stater Brothers on Whittier Blvd and Sorenson. Raising Canes and In & Out Burger are also opening up in the same shopping center. We also discuss the last Art Stroll of the year that was held at the Whittier Brewing Company on 10/13/21 Whittier Brewing Company 13002 Philadelphia Street, Whittier, CA 90602 #whittierbrewingco We also talk about the 16th annual Los Muertos Fest in Uptown Whittier that happened on 10/10 This event was put on by Casita Del Pueblo located: 13100 Philadelphia St., Whittier, Ca 90602 I hope you enjoy the Podcast I am thinking about doing multiple shows a week. follow me on IG, Facebook & TikTok www.mywhittier.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mywhittier/support
Canadian biotech Providence Therapeutics CEO talks to Scrip on mRNA vaccines against COVID-19, cancer Shownotes – Providence Therapeutics CEO Brad Sorenson talks about his company's plans for Phase II, III clinical trials for an mRNA vaccine as well as marketing and manufacturing partnerships with Biological E, Everest Medicines, Emergent Biosolutions and Northern RNA. He also discusses Providence's m-RNA vaccines against cancer
Hillary and Tina cover Judge Jack Tarpley Camp Jr. and former Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson. For show notes and links to our sources, please click here (https://themuckpodcast.fireside.fm/articles/ep91notes).
Welcome to the Weekly Roundup And Tonight We Will Be Giving our thoughts on if Jalen Hurts / Nick Sirianni Answered Most Doubters With Their Week 1 performances. We will Discuss And Preview NFL WEEK 2 Games / Break Down Philadelphia Eagles vs. 49ers. We Will give Our live Game Reactions on Philadelphia Phillies vs New York Mets! Our Guest tonight is A Currently Ranked #10 Women's Featherweight and Bellator MMA and The Former Invicta FC Featherweight Champion 9-2 Pam "Bam' Sorenson and Will Preview And Live Reactions to Tonight's UFC Fight Night Smith vs Spann
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On this episode we have one that we recorded a long time ago and was never able to do what we wanted to for it. Enjoy the old style of audio that we used to have and we will be back next week with a fresh one.
In the second hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest to talk about a variety of topics including Juan Thornhill's usage so far this year, Cornell Powell and his weird dream. Plus Josh got the chance to sit down and talk to Dan Sorenson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Coach Scott Sorenson joins us to talk about D-3 basketball. We discuss what it means to play an coach in a D-3 school as well as busting some myths about the level of play. We also get into how to stand out as a recruit and getting into college coaching. There's so much to learn about college in this episode!
In today's episode Gary Sorenson from SiteOne Landscape Supply joins the Green Industry Podcast to share what is new at SitOne. SiteOne strives to be a contractor's one-stop shop; as you see around us, we offer a variety of product categories including: Agronomics Maintenance products (fertilizer, seeds, chemicals, et al) Irrigation (drainage, controllers, connectors, pipes, grates, et al) Lighting (fixtures, lamps, wires) Nursery Tools and Equipment (new Pro-Trade long-handle tools, sprayers, spreaders) Hardscapes GIE+EXPO Registration (Code PAUL saves 50%) GPS Trackit - 844-996-2518 Jason Creel's Resources NiceJob ECHO SiteOne Kohler Power GPS Trackit Gulf Coast Bookkeeping The Hardscape Academy GreenIndustryPodcast.com
As our new guests today, we have Chemberly Cummings and Joanne Sorenson. Chemberly Cummings grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and has now moved to Illinois, where she is looking for ways to contribute to the community. Currently, she is a member of the normal city council. Being the first Black woman in that position has left her with a lot of responsibility. Moreover, she is a political scientist. Cooking is one of her greatest passions. As a result of her love of cooking, she considers it one of her love languages. Her passion is to create dishes and cook for people. Joanne Sorenson founded the nonprofit organization In Our Hands in 2016 after leaving the corporate world. Groups looking to plan trips should note that she hopes to assist individuals and groups by finding places and projects that they are passionate about in order to serve. Besides being a minister, she also teaches at a Lutheran seminary. Her favorite part of working in church was interacting with people. In addition, she attended mission trips and youth group outings. Serving the world is her passion. The information contained in this episode was very actionable and insightful. Here are some key highlights: Have you ever faced the 3F (fear, fault, failure) and how did you deal with it? What is your goal, and how do you plan to achieve it? When it comes to managing your money for achieving your goals, what advice can you give? Do you have any self-care habits? Key Takeaway: “A journey you never begin is the only one that is impossible” Joanne Sorenson “Don't doubt yourself, and love yourself as you've never loved yourself before.” Chemberly Cummings Resources: Chemberly Cummings Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chemcummings/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chemberly.a.harris1 Joanne Sorenson Website: http://www.inourhandsadventures.com/ Website: https://pamelamstone.com/ Connect with me on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visionmademagazine/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whats_next_podcast_for_women MAKE SURE YOUR SHARE, RATE THE EPISODE 5 STARS & LEAVE A REVIEW! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsnextforwomen/support
In this highly anticipated episode, Fuel Manager Janelle Sorenson and Fleet Manager Andrew Mlodzik join Darin to talk all about Decker's Fuel Program, with special guest Professional Driver Dale Leman! This is a great opportunity to learn about our Fuel Program from the perspectives of a Fleet Manager, a Driver, and the Fuel Manager herself. Janelle explains why the fuel solutions are important and how she decides where fuel stops are routed. Andrew tells us what to do if you can't make it to your fuel stop or if you have any questions regarding your solution. Dale gives great advice to Drivers on how to attain all 50 Fuel Compliance points in your scorecard. Janelle, Andrew, and Dale also give their words of wisdom to all Professional Drivers out there! But first, Professional Driver Tim Olden stops in to tell us about the latest truck show he participated in – the Walcott Truckers Jamboree. Tim brought DTL two trophies, including Third Place in Working Truck Combination for his tractor and our IMTA trailer! Congrats, Tim! Listen closely to hear Darin's fun trivia question. The first person to answer correctly wins a Pilot Flying J gift card! WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! If you have any topic suggestions or questions you want answered or discussed on an upcoming podcast, e-mail them to email@example.com. Or, you can create a voice memo on your smart phone and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deckertruckline/message
Scott Connor (@CharlesChillFFB) & Mitch Sorenson (@DynoMC) of @DynastyTheoryFF discuss the unique aspects of playing dynasty on a large portfolio, managing rostership percentage at each position, co-managing teams and much more!!! Patreon - Dynasty and Chill Patreon
Its a Wake Forest Takeover on The Drive as Lary Sorenson and Dave Goren talk to Wake Baseball coach Tom Walter, Wake Forest Athletes Miles Fox and Isaiah Mucius and Wake Forest AD John Currie.
Dr. Andrew Sorenson joins the "Relevant or Irrelevant" team to discuss the ancient history of fire. Fr. Sorenson is a post-doctoral researcher in Human Origins and Material Culture Studies at Leiden University, The Netherlands.Relevant or Irrelevant is recorded at the studios of KALA-FM, Davenport, IA-Quad Cities.
Heading into the Fayetteville Super Regional, only one analyst for D1Baseball believed the Pack9 would take down No. 1 Arkansas. That man was Eric Sorenson, and he joined Alec and Andrew on this week's Sawyer & Ciencin Podcast. Sorenson breaks down why he picked NC State to advance to Omaha, his thoughts on Elliott Avent and previews the rest of the field. Alec and Andrew also take a look back on the Pack's performance in Fayetteville and the trip to Omaha in the final segment.
Joel Sorenson is the co-founder and owner of All The Way Up in North Liberty, a dance studio for dancers of all ages with styles including hip hop, heels, kpop, breaking, and popping. Angie Jordan and Marlén Mendoza are dedicated community builders, pushing to establish a Self-Supported Municipal Improvement District, otherwise known as a SSMID, to further develop and draw business to the Pepperwood Plaza shopping district. The episode features music by Gossip Cult, Alex Body, and “Jump-start Your Heart” by Miss Christine for our Song of the Week. Thank you to Iowa Review for sponsoring this episode. Ongoing support comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Iowa Arts Council, and from the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund. Phase 1 is an initiative of Arts Midwest and its peer United States Regional Arts Organizations made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Best Show Ever is produced by the Englert in Iowa City, Iowa, and is supported by Friends of the Englert. Visit www.englert.org/friends to support our programming. -------------------- Host: Elly Hofmaier Line Producer: Savannah Lane Audio Engineers: Gabi Vanek & Ioannis Alexakis Executive Producers: John Schickedanz & Andre Perry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/englert/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/englert/support
Guns killed nearly 44,000 Americans in 2020, a higher number than in any other year in the past two decades. Meanwhile, a spate of mass shootings in the spring brought gun violence to the forefront of the national conversation again. Susan Sorenson, PhD, director of the Ortner Center on Violence and Abuse at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses what we know about the causes and consequences of gun violence in the United States and whether research can offer any insight into how to prevent it. Listener Survey - https://www.apa.org/podcastsurvey
The guys welcome in former Charlotte Observer sports columnist Tom Sorenson to share some memories about the life and legacy of his former colleague and friend Rick Bonnell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone are joined by Lauren Brownlow of 99.9 The Fan in Raleigh to talk about Coach K's retirement, let you hear some of the best clips from yesterday's OTA pressers and pay tribute to Rick Bonnell with the help of his colleague Tom Sorenson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, my guest is Erik Hayden. Erik is the founder of Silicon Valley based urban catalyst, named by Forbes and Sorenson impact Center has a top 10 opportunity's own fund. And in just a minute, we're going to speak with Erik about opportunity's own funds, and the potential for investors in the next 10 years.
Tom Sorenson is an American Volleyball Olympian, NCAA champion and college and club coach. From multiple-time All-American awards at Pepperdine, to winning a chip in 1992, to a slew of medals with the US national team, this hall of famer lived, breathed and exhaled the sport at the elite level with a heightened level of volleyball prosperity. He was an assistant coach for a long stint at Ottawa University for both the men's and women's program and is now coaching club in Chicago. Tune in, as we chat up his secret to getting back in shape, the defining moment he told himself he could do this for a living, East vs West in and out of college, "Team Cup Volleyball" rules, the "boom" period of talented college players in the 1992 and 1996 Olympics, how the 2008 Olympics missed the bigger story, where volleyball is headed, what coach Marv Dunphy means to him, fan questions, the difference in how men's and women's volleyball succeeds, how emotional investment in each other can work on the court, the challenge of 'generational mental toughness,' the challenge of lefties playing middle blocker, building programs from the ground up, and MORE!
It's Horseplayer Thursday and we're happy to welcome in Chris Sorenson to the show. Jason and Chris discuss Chris' evolution as a horseplayer and bettor, only betting turf racing, changes he made in his game, writing his "Dark Horse" column, and much more!
Jeff Sorenson started his career as an imaging field engineer more than 25 years ago and recently served as CEO of TeraRecon, the leader in medical advanced visualization and artificial intelligence solutions. After one discussion, this is what we know about Jeff Sorenson: he loves what he does, he lives in his work, he remains curious at all times and he believes in being dissatisfied with last year’s work.
Ridley Scott's seminal film ALIEN floats between worlds. Alien is full of mystery and dread, horror and magic. In this very special Alien Day 2021 interview, Jaime, and Patrick sit down with Jon Sorenson, visual artist responsible for building the Nostromo and so much more. Fresh out of school, Sorenson details how he landed a job on the set of Alien, and phoning his grandmother to tell her the unbelievable news. Join us for an interview of a lifetime. Happy Alien Day 2021. //iTunes: bit.ly/perfectorganismitunes // For more on this and our other projects, please visit www.perfectorganism.com. // If you’d like to join the conversation, find us on our closed Facebook group: Building Better Worlds // To support the show, please consider visiting www.perfectorganism.com/support. We’ve got some great perks available! // And as always, please consider rating, reviewing, and sharing this show. We can’t tell you how much your support means to us, but we can hopefully show you by continuing to provide better, more ambitious, and more dynamic content for years to come.
In Episode 35 we bring on Psychology PhD candidate, historian and biologist Richard Sorenson to delve into the genetics and physiology of the nephilim and ancient giants. Sorenson has a very specific hypothesis that ancient giants suffered from genetic psychosis—a trait possibly passed down in the DNA of the Watchers. Were the Nephilim, the Biblical Men of Renown and the ancient giants all psychologically psychopathic? We discuss this, extraterrestrials, ufo’s and extra biblical literature in an episode that will leave you wondering about the biology, psychology and genetic material associated with the Genesis 6 incursion. guest: https://richardsorensen.com contact: email@example.com www.blurrycreatures.com Socials instagram.com/blurrycreatures facebook.com/blurrycreatures twitter.com/blurrycreatures Music Kyle Monroe: tinytaperoom.com Aaron Green: https://www.instagram.com/aaronkgreen/ Mastering: ironwingstudios.com Outro Song: TimeCop1983: timecop1983.com
Paul Sorenson is an experienced business professional with a demonstrated history of working sales, product development and entrepreneurship. He posseses strong business development professional skilled in sales, patent law, management, business development, and business coaching . Paul Sorenson has successfully licensed multiple products including the same spatula idea into multiple industries and shares his story in this interview.
Today on What's Trending, KU loses, who else in the sweet 16, Sorenson on a one year deal, Deshaun up to 14 lawsuits, 24 accusers, Mel Kiper says 4 QBs in the first 4 picks, and Kim English hired to be the head coach George Mason. KU gets dismantled by USC as their down year comes to an end. We take a look at the remaining NCAA Tournament teams who could give Gonzaga problems and discuss our favorite cereal prizes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Tape Op’s DISCussion, where we call our friends and music community notables to talk about their favorite records. This week we chat w/ producer/engineer Beau Sorenson about Talk Talk’s 1991 release Laughing Stock. Enjoy!
H&LD E29: Team Titles all around (00:00:55). Guaranteed D1 Champs (00:02:30). Nebraska-Kearney Head Assistant Coach Andrew Sorenson was too rowdy in elementary (00:11:10). Cael Sanderson couldn't find Sorenson at school (00:15:00). Learning from Cyclone Greats (00:22:00). The benefits and challenges of having his brother follow him to Iowa State (00:30:50). 2015 was best year of Sorenson's life living in C.F. (00:35:00). Fulfilling a dream with his best friend (00:37:10). Super Region Champs to fear of missing the National Tournament (00:42:00). Point scorers and guys who want to challenge themselves are welcome at UNK (00:53:15). Coach's parents always wanted effort and the work to match the goals (01:02:07). Athletes WRITE your goals down and Never let anyone tell you, you can't (01:05:30).Go follow your Kearney Lopers:Instagram: @unkwrestlingTwitter: @loperwrestlingSend me your suggestions for upcoming guests and any other feedback you have to my socialInstagram: @headlock4funTwitter: @the_headlockiTunes users give the show a review and rating!
Zach Sorensen is a former Major League Baseball Player with the Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Angels. The 3x All-American at Wichita State has worked as a mental performance coach with the Texas Rangers and is currently serving in that capacity with the Atlanta Braves. Zach's path from playing to doing his masters degree in sport psychology to becoming a MPM Certified coach to working in the minor leagues and now the major leagues is a path we can call learn from. In this podcast Zach and I discuss: The 7 Step Process he uses for developing mental performance What he learned from hall of fame players about the importance of learning 3 Critical questions we must ask if we want to be effective as a MPM Coach The importance of focusing on process and the controllables And much more… You can engage with Zach through his website Zsorensen.com and check out his book The Hard 90 on Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Neal and Amanda are both 5th generation Ranchers from Wyoming. Neal's family homesteaded in the Spotted Horse area in the 1880s and they still lease part of the original family homestead. Amanda grew up in southeast Wyoming on her family's ranch. Neal and Amanda met in college and after college, with the suggestion from Neal's dad, they bought a pot load of registered Angus cows and from there have grown to 600 momma cows. They raise Angus cattle focusing on the maternal strengths of their cattle and raise them on the hard grasses of Wyoming where corn does not grow. Check out Powder River Angus' Website and Facebook Follow Let's Talk Beef Podcast on Facebook and Instagram
“Since when did you start wearing underpants?” Hard as it may be to believe now, but there was a time when audiences were happy to see Mel Gibson as the lead in a light-hearted romantic action comedy. So, on this show, Will is joined by Nick Rehak from French Toast Sunday to review BIRD ON A WIRE (1990), a film that was made at a more innocent time for Mel the Mullet. They also take a look at the film’s unique exploding helicopter action. Show notes Director: John Badham Cast: Mel Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Stephen Tobolowsky, Bill Duke, David Carradine, Jeff Corey Plot: Rick Jarmin is put in witness protection after he helps the FBI bust drug dealer Eugene Sorenson. Fifteen years later, he is living with a new identity as a gas station attendant when his old flame Marianne stops at the garage and recognizes him, blowing his cover. The recently released Sorenson finds out, and both Jarmin and Marianne have to flee across country with the vengeful Sorenson in hot pursuit. Episode 104
Nick Davies, peace activist and author of "Blood on Our Hands: The American Invasion of Iraq," joins us to discuss the Texas power outage. A devastating winter storm has revealed that the Texas power grid is unable to withstand heavy demands. Five million people are in danger as a life-threatening cold looms tonight and they have no power. The Texas governor has blamed the power outage on the Green New Deal and other renewable energy-related projects. Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, joins us to discuss the economy. Dr. Tauheed discusses the future of an American economy wherein millions of jobs have disappeared and will never return. The US must deal with millions of people who need retraining, as industries such as travel and leisure may have crashed forever. Chris Sorensen, author of "Understanding the War Industry," joins us to discuss war profiteering. In his latest article, he argues that Wall Street is the ultimate beneficiary of the military-industrial complex's stranglehold on Congress, and that their insider manipulation should be outlawed. Sorenson details the connections between banking and war, and explains how this dangerous relationship turns death into profit.Scott Ritter, a former UN weapons inspector in Iraq, joins us to discuss NATO. The chief of NATO sees a new relationship between the EU and the US with Joe Biden in the driver's seat of Western neoconservative policy. This can be observed in their recent moves to increase the military presence near Russia, stay in Afghanistan, and move to expand NATO's finances. Also, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said that the US can't meet its responsibilities alone, indicating that he views NATO as a junior partner in a global struggle between good and evil.Laith Marouf, a broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon, joins us to talk about Iraq. A recent rocket attack in Iraq killed one contractor and wounded a US soldier. The usual neoconservative suspects are blaming Iran and President Biden is mulling a response. A little-known group named Awliya al-Dam took credit for the attack, but it is not yet clear if they were responsible.Kweku Lamumba, external relations coordinator for KOSSSA, joins us to discuss Haiti. Haiti is experiencing major protests as the people revolt against the US-backed dictator. The protests in Haiti have been largely ignored by the Western press because strongman leader Jovenel Moïse is controlled by Western imperial powers. Mr. Lamumba explains the current situation and why these next few months are critical in determining the future of the impoverished Caribbean nation. Alexander Mercouris, editor-in-chief at TheDuran.com and host of "The Duran" on YouTube, joins us to discuss changing geostrategic relationships in Europe and Asia. Recent comments by Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov made it clear that Russia has had enough of the constant bashing and accusations from the EU. This shows that Russia will not unilaterally cut off relations with the EU, but that Lavrov will consider a strategic divorce if they impose further sanctions.KJ Noh, peace activist, writer and teacher, joins us to discuss China. We discuss an interesting article about the evolution of the Chinese political model. In 2008, the Chinese took note of the Western financial disaster, and determined that they did not want to follow the lead of imperialism cloaked in a democratic veneer. The Chinese deduced that the US system was unworkable, and moved towards a more centralized power with an economy that is openly controlled by the state.
Stephen Sorensen is an Independent Researcher who focuses on Chronology through history, and questions the accuracy of many claims considered to be settled by what folks like us tend to refer to as "Mainstream" Historians. Stephen's Channel Ctruth is where you can find nearly fifty uploads, all laser focused on Chronology History, Anatoly Fomenko's Controversial New Chronology Series, aspects of how his research (in a few cases) sheds light on Tartarian and Mud Flood Cataclysm narratives among other things. Visit Stephen and get caught up here: https://www.youtube.com/c/Ctruth/feat... And drop by his real website here: www.ctruth.today Resources for you: Newton's Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms, Amended PDF: https://literaturesave.files.wordpres... Fomenko and Nosovsky's Website dedicated to the New Chronology: http://chronologia.org/en/ Please support the show in the most meaningful way possible by becoming my Patron starting at just $1 a month: https://www.patreon.com/bakedandawake... Wanna talk real time? Join the Baked and Awake Discord: https://discord.gg/BKJ52JQ My Website and permanent home: www.bakedandawake.com Email me! firstname.lastname@example.org Official Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/bakeda... My LBRY Channel: https://lbry.tv/@BakedandAwake:3?r=51... New 2021 Baked and Awake Podcast Theme Song by DJ Quod with original Viola Composition from Begin Scarseth. Follow @thefamilyquod on Instagram to hear more Additional Ambient Music generously provided by Antti Luode (http://www.soundclick.com/AnttiLuode)... Additional Music Provided with permission by Northwest Grab aka https://summoningsickness.bandcamp.com I'm a Wikipedia Editor! (and you can be, too) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:St... DON’T CLICK THIS LINK: https://bit.ly/36towQy
You know you’re old “Like Reid” when you look up Hockey DB and there are no stats. He came to Alaska in 1980 before Google was a thing. He played for the Seawolves, Founder/Player/Coach for the Anchorage Aces, and he’s coached Dimond High since 1992. This won’t be a bad Saturday. Just don’t loop and turn like 767.
Today on No Vacancy News Today, Marriott International's CEO Sorenson sees cancer setback. Hotel taken over by crazy protestors and sbe Lifestyle Hospitality makes covid related testing announcement.
-Best CB since Prince? Best football player at Nebraska since ___? -The Defense is clearly ahead of the offense at this point. Is this concerning or is actually good news for a quicker turnaround?
--Kevin Falness is in for PA, and as you’d expect it’s a Hockey heavy show. Pat Micheletti is in studio for the first hour talking all things Wild and Gophers Hockey, Wild Head Coach Dean Evason joins ahead of training camp opening up, Gophers Forward Jonny Sorenson joins to talk his season thus far, Michael Russo talks Wild and his excitement to cover hockey again, Mike Grimm breaks up the Hockey show to talk Gophers hoops, and new Wild Goalie Cam Talbot joins to talk about his first few days in the State of Hockey.
95% of your business disappears. What do you do? Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson recounts how the travel industry drastically changed last spring, with hotel bookings all but disappearing overnight. In the midst of his own battle with cancer, Arne has spent the year balancing the needs of his workforce against those of his partners; having blunt but critical conversations; and empowering his team to make tough decisions. He has wise words about the role of business leaders in times of social unrest, including how to think about who you speak for – and when to speak up. Arne admits the hotel industry will take years to recover. That hasn't dimmed his personal belief that travel matters more than ever.