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Guy Benson Show
New High: April Border Encounters Hit Record

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 122:08


3:05pm: New Press Secretary's rough first day  3:20pm: Biden in Buffalo  3:35pm: Guest: Brian Riedl, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute 3:50pm: 234,088 migrants encountered at the Southern border in April 4:05pm: The View's insanity  4:20pm: Biden to sharpen attacks heading into midterms  4:35pm: Guest: Glenn Youngkin, Governor of Virginia 4:50pm: School board audio  5:05pm: Guest: Howard Kurtz, host of Fox News Channel's "MediaBuzz"  5:20pm: King Of Late-night 5:35pm: (Replay) 5:50pm: Homestretch: Chief Happiness Officer  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
High inflation hits food banks hard (news)

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:39


High Inflation Continues To Impact Sector, Including Food Banks As inflationary pressures keep year-over-year price increases high, food banks see both an increase in demand and a shortage of supply. Food pantries across the country are dealing both with an increase in demand due to broader consumer-facing prices, as well as a harder time keeping up with supply because of the same price increases. The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that “Some of Feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. Others have less food on their shelves even though they have higher demand.” The article goes on to highlight the vital importance that food banks serve and that folks who need the assistance they provide might be more diverse than the broader public realizes. Read more ➝   Summary Nonprofits on Both Sides of Abortion Issue See Increase in Donations | The Chronicle of Philanthropy  Independent Sector Issues Statement on Mass Shooting in Buffalo The Guggenheim Museum, Which Long Resisted Calls to Drop the Sackler Name, Has Finally Quietly Removed It | Artnet News HFPA Considers Selling Assets, Dropping Nonprofit Status | Yahoo Entertainment Oregon nonprofit that turns trash into art lands permanent display at the Smithsonian | KGW.com      Transcript [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit newsfeed, we're talking about high inflation and how it's having impacts on food banks, as well as a bevy of other social impact issues. Nick, how is. [00:00:12] It's going good, George. [00:00:13] it's just trying to, always just trying to keep up last week was a little weird from the financial side. I'm glad we're not a financial podcast, but a few things went sideways and you know, I think that comes back to the larger issue of inflation going on. [00:00:27] That is. Great segue into our first story that is talking about some of those broader trends, economic trends that you were talking about. Namely inflation and our lead story comes from the Chronicle philanthropy, which is supporting that hi Felician is continuing to impact many nonprofits, but food banks in particular. [00:00:50] And it turns out that many food banks across the United States are being. From both directions, essentially, you have more people needing food assistance because of higher food prices and food banks, having trouble keeping up with that higher demand because of higher food and supply chain issues. So. [00:01:14] Yeah, lots of food banks are feeling the pinch, both with supply and demand, kind of impacting their ability to, to provide for, for folks. The article goes on to state that some of feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. [00:01:34] Others have less food on their shelves, even though they have higher demand. So you kind of have the economics of this. Hitting where Hertz in both directions. And unfortunately the inflation numbers came out and it slowed marginally with the most recent data. But inflation continues to be a really serious problem heading in this case, food pantries, where it hurts. [00:01:56] I think it's important to note that the general consumer price index CPI is it's not accurate for everyone. It is not inclusive of what might be hitting. Some people that are maybe more dependent on travel by car or at the grocery store for different types of materials. But the high-level here. [00:02:19] Compared to last year at this time, we're about 50% down and where we have received and past feral food donations, and about 20% down from food drives in our collection of food from the grocery store, says the executive director, Tyra Jackson there. And it's it. It's tough. It is tough because you're also talking about donations that may have come and picked up by truck by car. [00:02:43] And there are a few donations being. In addition to people needing it more. So, you know, you're going to see this certainly at food, food pantries among others, but something that we really wanted to pull out as a, as a major, a major narrative as only gonna continue as as inflation and gas prices continue to, to pinch organizations that serve the most vulnerable in our. [00:03:06] Yeah, George, I think that's a great analysis. And just as an aside, I was talking with a colleague at our company who she and her partner volunteered at a food bank down in the Nashville area. And. When they were volunteering there, they found out that the food bank was actually closing two weeks later and that all of those resources were disappearing. [00:03:28] So this is very real. This is being felt tangibly by a lot of people. Unfortunately, the most vulnerable people and just calling out to an article. Or featured on this podcast almost a year ago now, but when you look at the statistics of folks on food stamps or folks needing food assistance, it is much more broad and diverse than I think a lot of Americans realize, and that food insecurity is a much bigger and. [00:04:00] Yeah, I'm a much bigger problem than I think most people realize. So it's something we'll continue to follow. [00:04:06] Great. Should we move into our summer yard? Yeah. [00:04:10] Let's do it. Our first article from the summary comes again from the Chronicle of philanthropy. And this is that nonprofits on both sides of the abortion issue are seeing an increase in donations. This was something that we predicted. It's not that hard, a prediction to make. Something we've talked about would happen a couple of weeks ago, of course, with the draft Supreme court decision propelling Roe vs. [00:04:37] Wade. And at this point How the Supreme court is poised to strike that down, back into the forefront of the narrative here. And there are so many organizations on both sides of this issue, local organizations, national organizations, and this is now the most important or most salient, I should say, policy debate in America right now. [00:05:02] So no surprise that non-profits are seeing an increase in donations. It will be interesting to see. How long this lasts. We often talk about how giving because of various news events and attention to these issues have very short life cycles. We talked about donations to Afghanistan, which lasted, everyone was talking about Afghanistan for about 10 days and then nothing. [00:05:30] Right. So it'd be interesting to see here. Especially as it relates to broader kind of political narratives in the United States. The one difference with this is that that decision from the Supreme court has actually not been officially dropped down yet. It's expected to be released in June. [00:05:48] So that, that news cycle we'll get another bump in June when it eventually does drop. But what's your take on the story? [00:05:55] Yeah, it's kind of hard because we're still just sort of pulling in this article at anecdotal evidence and narratives, large narratives like planned parenthood, Federation of America, talking about how. , spokesperson, they're saying they got 70,000, 70,000 new supporters that had signed on with the organization either as donors or volunteers and had received tens of thousands of new one-time gifts. [00:06:21] And the thinking is that if Roe is overturned, the organization's base of supporters are only going to continue to grow and counter narratives there. Pro-life across America, probably of. Groups has not seen a rise in donations since the week, but other smaller ones have said, there's a couple extra thousand here or there coming in. [00:06:40] So still, , I, I, I'm hesitant to draw a macro narratives other than to say, there's going to be an increase amount of volume here. I think this is the first sort of earthquake social earthquake. This announcement ripples are starting to be felt, but I think the big ones still to come. Potential actual decision would be landing. [00:07:01] That would be the summer. Right? Nick, you know, I, I don't know why July is in my mind, but [00:07:05] Yeah, I think end of June a lot has something to do with the docket. Yeah, [00:07:11] so we'll see. But within the next one to two months, general, [00:07:16] I would say from a strategy standpoint, this was the first press it, but the, the wave of. News and attention is going to be very, very intense. And as all things intense, it will burn brightly and briefly, unfortunately, and then come down to that steady drum beat. So you are an organization that is near or adjacent to this topic. [00:07:38] I would be very much prepared for how you pull in. Monthly sustaining donors in that moment of emotion when emotions are at its peak, because the work is going to take quite some time and it's not a one and done it is something that should it should be part of a, a longer term movement that is is going to take a lot of resources. [00:08:01] Absolutely. That's a great framing. I for one I'm done with earthquakes for, for another decade, no more society altering earthquakes. But unfortunately we have another one. To talk about. And we're framing this around a press release from independent sector, which is a national membership organization that brings together nonprofits and foundations and corporate giving partners. [00:08:28] But they put out a press release, acknowledging the violence in Buffalo over the weekend. That being that over the weekend, a white supremacist went into a supermarket in Buffalo, New York shot. 13 people, 11 of whom were black and 10 of whom died. This was an over act of racism and white supremacy was very, very clear. [00:08:52] And We see the nonprofit community responding here. I don't really know. What more to what non-profits can can do about this. This is, this is hard, a hard, very hard problem to solve. And of course, there's lots of organizations that work in this space, the Southern poverty law center and civil rights organizations that of course over the past couple of days have been really highlighting how national political discourses lending itself to this, these far right ideologies and extremist ideologies. [00:09:25] But Yeah, just unfortunately, and another tragic day in a long string of mass shootings that we experienced in this country. [00:09:32] We saw the narrative, certainly of gun rights and organizations like our town saying reasonable things. Like, I dunno, maybe we shouldn't allow citizens to run around with assault rifles , these high capacity magazines and the ability to, to do that much damage in that period of time, there was another narrative around. [00:09:51] How this was actually streamed on Twitch, which can lead to copycats and narratives that this shooter was partially inspired by Christ church shooting, which was also incredibly terrible, but this sort of mimicry of when people see it is a, a dog whistle and just very dark motivation for, for certain people that clearly need help. [00:10:14] Like this is somebody who needs. Folks that are, , drawn to this type of thought, unfortunately, and this type of action then there's a new piece that seemed to be coming out, which I I'm starting to see nonprofits touch on, which is the narrative around replacement theory. And I'm not going to go into it in so much as, you know, giving it any sort of, even the word theory there it is. [00:10:39] It is a white supremacist fever dream, and I don't curse on this podcast, but I would, if I could, because it's it's a narrative that is unfortunately use because it's pulled into media narratives and reiterated on shows like Tucker Carlson, but it has a very, very dark and dangerous, extreme narrative to it. [00:11:02] And so there may be opportunities for if this does touch on a non-profits work in association with. You know, immigration, anything that supports black or brown people and their rights in this country to, take a look at it and see where your voice on it could, could lend a larger and more clarifying narratives on it. [00:11:25] Absolutely George. I couldn't agree more. And quite frankly, I want to see tech companies take a far more aggressive stance on combating this quite frankly. It's unacceptable. The video was five streamed and is just it's. So you type it into Google. It's the first thing you see that is unacceptable. And I would love to see greater efforts behalf of big tech to work with nonprofits and civil society to, to attempt to mitigate this. [00:11:58] Because quite frankly, it's the pervasiveness of these kind of fringe ideas. And I know that's a whole other thing, but I think that there can be a lot more done. And I think that nonprofits and civil society should be invited to play a role in. [00:12:13] Yeah. I don't know what the right answer is. I get worried sometimes about. The narratives that take hold and whether or not it's used as an excuse to go after big tech. The truth is Twitch took that down within two minutes, which is a heck of a lot more impressive in terms of a timeframe than what Facebook did. [00:12:32] A company, 10 X its size with Facebook live. The truth is the ability to publish on the web. Can't be fully blocked. And by saying like, if only it was taken down, what in thirties. If only it was taken down in 10 seconds, I just don't understand the channeling of the social solution. Can't be a faster form of censorship. [00:12:56] Would've stopped this. I'm not, I'm not buying that as a solution, giving that child that 18 year old, maybe not access to a assault rifle. Would be maybe where I start followed by again, pointing toward being very careful when someone's consuming certain types of content in an extreme environment. And also this individual was given access to body armor. [00:13:26] And so the whole narrative of good guy with a gun didn't matter because this person was actually shot at. And it didn't matter because we have turned extremists into super soldiers with over the counter shit. You can get it well, So I, I'm sorry, I'm not buying if only Twitch took it down and got Dan two minutes, I'm not, I'm not buying that sale. [00:13:45] That's fair. That's a fair, that's a fair argument. I agree with you the much more. Proactive way of dealing with this is a gun laws in New York actually has this red flag gun law that should have prevented the shooter from accessing this firearm. And for whatever reason, [00:14:02] Yeah, I haven't seen the full near, I mean, just, I haven't seen the full narrative, but you know, there's more, there's more guns and people in this country. So I don't know. [00:14:10] I agree. Our thoughts are with the families and everyone affected by, by this fine. Our next story comes from news.art net.com. And this is about the Guggenheim museum, which has long resisted calls to drop the Sackler name, the Sackler family, being the family owners of the Purdue pharma corporation has finally quietly removed the Sackler name from. From the building, the Guggenheim has come under lots of criticism and there's been sit in protests at the museum and attempt to bring to light how this family's money is, is as you know. [00:14:53] highlighted throughout this museum as a donor. [00:14:56] And yeah, George authored this to you. I think I have. Complicated FOBTs here and being a new Yorker, we're both new Yorkers. You walk through any museum, the Guggenheim, the met every exhibit is a who's who of corporate power in America, half the ma is named after the Koch brothers. You know? So it's yeah, I wonder what your take is on this. [00:15:21] It's kind of dovetails a bit also with when we were talking about how. Russian oligarchs were giving in the west to legitimize and cause wash disreputable actions and reputation, and to build themselves up, the nonprofit industry does offer this sort of pathway to respectability at a price. And the question is. [00:15:48] Is it appropriately priced? Should that be for sale? I think this is a big move because clearly the Sackler name like has donated quite a bit to, to the arts and the arts are incredibly important, but maybe not as important as the fact that what they have done to. Drug addiction. And this country is probably unparalleled from other companies in terms of it's devastation. [00:16:20] And , maybe you don't give them the social acceptance pass, but hopefully this is something that reverberates out there that it's also hard. If you're an art, I try to put on the other side of it, like there's somebody on the fundraising team of a struggling museum trying to preserve. [00:16:37] You know, history and legacy of fill in the blank type of art that already struggles. And to say like, oh, you're not allowed to take, you know, money from somebody who that happened to make it from oil from this. So like, you know, where do you draw the line? I mean, I draw the line there, the Sacklers, but you know, it is, it makes, it makes for an interesting conversation, I think in philanthropic communities and maybe even. [00:17:02] Just to bring it back to a listener right now you might want to have with, you know, your board and your supporters being like, you know, who would we not take money from if we did Y what would we do? You know, I think there's a lot of folks that take it and be like, oh, you can make a donation, but sorry, we can't name you. [00:17:18] Like, what did you just do? They're like, all right, we're, we're playing this weird sort of moral shell game. [00:17:25] Yeah, I think that's as an interesting analysis and to your point, I would not want to be the fundraiser I'm responsible for that, but definitely something to talk about. Within your organization. Another organization that's been doing a lot of talking within itself is the Hollywood foreign press association, which you may know as the obscure organization that is responsible for hosting and promoting the golden Globes in Hollywood. [00:17:55] So the Hollywood foreign press has been criticized pretty substantially in the past couple of years for. And I think rightly so and incredible lack of diversity kind of opaque voting processes. And as it turns out this organization, which is a nonprofit actually is reincorporating itself as essentially a business they're selling off assets, they're going to drop their nonprofit status and attempt to boost the golden Globes As a ceremony, I guess. [00:18:29] I'm not as well versed in pop culture as nearly anyone, but it's kind of an interesting move. [00:18:38] Yeah, I don't know. I thought it was just funny that it didn't even Dawn on me that the Hollywood foreign press association was a nonprofit. There are a lot of non-profits out there operating for, for better or worse or for interesting. And I'm always curious when there's a transition, either from a non-profit to for-profit for-profit to nonprofit. [00:18:57] I tend to see this a lot less, the, the move. And I just curious to watch what the net effect is. If anything interesting comes of it, you know, we'll bring it up, but you know, good luck. Sorry. You're leading the team. Am I. [00:19:12] I. [00:19:13] don't know if it gets us. Ricky Jervais is one more year of cringe-worthy. Self-loathing Hollywood criticism all sign up for that highlight reel. [00:19:24] Yeah. As long as, you know, I feel maybe touch better that any profit they happen to be making off of that particular spectacle isn't tax tax subsidized [00:19:34] Hmm. [00:19:35] touch better. [00:19:35] There you go. All right. How about a feel-good story, George? [00:19:39] Sounds perfect. [00:19:41] All right. This is from a local NBC affiliate. K G w. Dot com out of Oregon and it talks about an Oregon nonprofit that's on a mission to bring awareness to plastic pollution by turning trash into treasure and has landed a permanent display at the Smithsonian museum of natural history in a. [00:20:04] Washington DC. And essentially they've processed 37,000 tons of plastic from Oregon's beaches. And they've created 87 works of art and the art as looking at some of the pictures kind of like wide ranging implications. But the, or vision it's a wide vision. But it seems to me that you're keeping trash out of the ocean and creating something beautiful. [00:20:31] Sounds like a winning company. [00:20:33] I look at this just incredibly creative to take the exact problem that is destroying sea life and turn it into incredible works of art, which then forced people to, to see this. And, you know, there's this beautiful picture of a turtle created by all of the plastic junk and it just hits you so tangibly to see something at one striking beautiful something you'd associate with nature, but then realize that that that is exactly. [00:21:03] These animals are consuming in the wild increasing amounts of plastic, which have a devastating, devastating impact on ecosystem could be ideas also, as you work on various issues of how do I take the thing that is the biggest threat and turn it into the medium of awareness. And there's something beautiful about this. [00:21:24] I love it. Thanks George. [00:21:27] Thanks Nick.  

Recipe Club
Canned Beans

Recipe Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:06


This week, Chris Ying, Priya Krishna, and John deBary are taking on a brothy (and possibly bean-goop-boosted) Southern classic—but the competition is stiff in the canned-bean canon. Can this auspicious dish make it in? Find the recipes for this and every 'Recipe Club' on The Ringer's website, watch the video version of this episode on YouTube, and join the conversation (and cook along with us!) on Discord and Instagram. Host: Chris Ying Guests: Priya Krishna and John deBary Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KEXP Live Performances Podcast

For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson attempts to condense the massive life and career of Southern rocker Jason Isbell. His is a story that deserves much more than the time available here but his brief conversation with Cheryl Waters is an illuminating peek into the mind of the four-time Grammy winner, who's still greatly enjoying the art of making music.  Recorded 03/02/2022. Only Children St. Peter's Autograph Driver 8 Tour of Duty Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTube Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KEXP Live Performances Podcast
Jason Isbell [Performance & Interview Only]

KEXP Live Performances Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 32:03


For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson attempts to condense the massive life and career of Southern rocker Jason Isbell. His is a story that deserves much more than the time available here but his brief conversation with Cheryl Waters is an illuminating peek into the mind of the four-time Grammy winner, who's still greatly enjoying the art of making music.  Recorded 03/02/2022. Only Children St. Peter's Autograph Driver 8 Tour of Duty Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTube Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scoops with Danny Mac
Cary Cozby Southern Hill Director Of Golf/Tiger Caddie For A Day – May 15, 2022 – Golf With Jay Delsing

Scoops with Danny Mac

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 60:00


When Cary Cozby Speaks, Tiger Woods Listens Southern Hills Country Club's director of golf personally showed Woods the course's nuances during the 15-time major champion's recent PGA Championship recon trip. The name Cary Cozby was not as recognizable as it was after four-time PGA Championship winner Tiger Woods made a recent scouting trip to Southern Hills Country Hill. Cozby, the Tulsa, Oklahoma, club's director of golf served as Woods' personal guide around the course. But there is more to the longtime club professional than being in the news cycle for a few weeks. Cozby joins host Jay Delsing to discuss his passion for the game of golf, for how to grow the game, and for how to live life, in general.

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi
Rockshow episode 156 Lynyrd Skynyrd

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 60:29


RockerMike and Rob discuss Lynyrd Skynyrd Lynyrd Skynyrd (/ˌlɛnərd ˈskɪnərd/ LEN-ərd SKIN-ərd) is an American rock band formed in Jacksonville, Florida. The group originally formed as My Backyard in 1964 and comprised Ronnie Van Zant (lead vocalist), Gary Rossington (guitar), Allen Collins (guitar), Larry Junstrom (bass guitar) and Bob Burns (drums). The band spent five years touring small venues under various names and with several lineup changes before deciding on "Lynyrd Skynyrd" in 1969. The band released its first album in 1973, having settled on a lineup that included bassist Leon Wilkeson, keyboardist Billy Powell and guitarist Ed King. Burns left and was replaced by Artimus Pyle in 1974. King left in 1975 and was replaced by Steve Gaines in 1976. At the height of their fame in the 1970s, the band popularized the Southern rock genre with songs such as "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird". After releasing five studio albums and one live album, the band's career was abruptly halted on October 20, 1977, when their chartered airplane crashed, killing Van Zant, Steve Gaines, and backup singer Cassie Gaines, and seriously injuring the rest of the band. https://lynyrdskynyrd.com/ https://m.facebook.com/LynyrdSkynyrd https://open.spotify.com/artist/4MVyzYMgTwdP7Z49wAZHx0 https://www.rockhall.com/inductees/lynyrd-skynyrd https://www.rollingstone.com/feature/remembering-lynyrd-skynyrds-deadly-1977-plane-crash-2-195371/amp/ https://mobile.twitter.com/skynyrd?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/skynyrd/?hl=en #musicvideo #musicstudio #musiclover #musiclife #musicindustry #musiclovers #musiccover #musician #LynyrdSkynyrd #musicproducer #musicproduction #musicians #musicislife #musicartist #musicphotography #musicvideos #Music #Punk #drummer #Guitar @drummers @spotify @twitter @LynyrdSkynyrd Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support

Say It Southern
Episode 144 | Amanda and Laura

Say It Southern

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 46:28


hese Austin natives had TEXAS sized dreams when they decided to join together and create their colorful brand, which is inspired by the tropical shades of vacation and leaves you longing for Sunscreen and Pina Colodas. Jewelry, Beach Dresses and Sunhats- are the staples of their collection and each collection of accessories is developed by the Texas-based duo and handcrafted by female artisan partners around the world.We love it all and were so happy to have them as guests on the Say it Southern podcast!For more info, check them out @sunshinetienda and www.sunshinetienda.com

Low Carb MD Podcast
Episode 225: Triple J

Low Carb MD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:48


Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Triple J has an amazing and inspiring story of hope. He found himself in a place of severe depression, in poor health, and in physical pain after going through a divorce. He was overweight and losing faith that he could ever recover when he decided to give the keto diet a try. His results and the multitude of positive changes that have happened in his life since then have been jaw-dropping.  In their conversation, Brian and Triple J talk about growing up in the South eating the Southern diet, divine intervention in a hopeless situation, the multifaceted benefits and positive effects that come from fixing your relationship with food, shedding ‘mental weight' in addition to physical weight, the power of gratitude, and the power of believing in yourself. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Triple J: Linktree Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Twitter Dr. Tro Kalayjian: Website Twitter Instagram

CincyBrewcast
16 Lots, The Southern Outpost and Evolution

CincyBrewcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 85:54


16 Lots is fresh off not only their first big barrel-aged bottle release but also the massive announcement that they are going to be opening up a second location in Newport Kentucky, right at the Levy. It sounds like a great time to sit down for another episode of the Brewcast, right? Del Hall was … Volume 8, Episode 7 – 16 Lots, The Southern Outpost And Evolution Read More » The post Volume 8, Episode 7 – 16 Lots, The Southern Outpost And Evolution appeared first on The Gnarly Gnome.

Southern Fried Witch
S2/E26: SNAKES ON A PORCH--SIGNS, SCIENCE, AND JUST ANOTHER DAY

Southern Fried Witch

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 29:18


Hey, y'all! Today, I'm ruminating on the difference between a real sign and daily life—and in particular, snakes in your path. It takes me about to 7:20 to get to the magic end of things, so hang in there. I do like a Southern story. Somewhere along the line, I touch on the issue of karma—and may be podcasting on the subject soon. In the meantime, I've linked my past work on the subject in the show notes.So, grab a chair and snuggle up. It's storytime on the porch! Love, SebaEpisode Note:”Karma Versus Asshattery””Part Two: Dharma Versus Chaos Theory””Why You Should Care About Snakes”Write to me: seba@southernfriedwitch.comOur Etsy ShopJoin the SFW Patreon

CNN News Briefing
3 PM ET: Abortion rights protests, GOP senators in Ukraine, record temperatures & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 4:20


Hundreds of abortion rights protests are underway from coast to coast. A group of Republican senators led by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell visit Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. Record temperatures could last for nearly a week in many Southern states. A restrictive law targeting treatments for transgender youth is partially blocked. And, set of dinosaur fossils is sold for millions. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Queens of the Mines
Bridget “Biddy” Mason The Grandmother of Los Angeles

Queens of the Mines

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 31:06


 Today we are going to talk about Bridget “Biddy” Mason, the grandmother of Los Angeles, one of the most influential Black women in California. She overcame unimaginable prejudice and inequity and was one of the first prominent landowning citizens of Los Angeles. Briget was born into slavery in Georgia on August 15 of 1818. Her parents were of mixed African American and Native American descent. She wasn't given a last name. Because of this common practice with slaves, many African Americans can only go back so far in their ancestry. Stolen. One of her several slaveholders in Georgia and South Carolina started calling her Biddy. Biddy spent much of her childhood enslaved on John Smithson's plantation in South Carolina, performing tasks in the cotton fields, the South's most important crop. Biddy was forbidden to learn to read or write but she learned about herbs and midwifery from the older enslaved women. Smithson gave her, two other female house servants, and a blacksmith as a wedding gift to his cousins, Robert and Rebecca Smith. The Smiths were successful landowners in Logtown, Mississippi. Biddy was 18. Smith was Mormon convert who cultivated cotton and traded slaves. Although, Mormons were better known as opponents of slavery.  For the Smith family, Biddy did domestic work, toiled hard in the cotton fields and performed farm labor. At other times, she worked as a midwife and house nurse — a job she liked. Biddy took care of Rebecca Smith, who was often ill and helped her during the birth of her six children.  During her years in Mississippi, Biddy gave birth to Ellen, Ann and Harriet, aged ten, four, and a newborn. It's likely that Smith himself fathered these children. Like countless other enslaved women, Biddy was almost certainly the victim of sexual violence. In 1848, Smith decided to follow the call of the church with his fellow Mississippi Saints in the great Mormon Exodus to Utah. He moved his family and his 14 slaves west to the Salt Lake Valley where Joseph Smith established a new Mormon community seventeen years prior. The area was still part of Mexico at the time but would soon become Utah.   Smith, his wife and children sat in the wagon on the journey while  Biddy, her daughters and the other slaves walked barefoot behind the 300 wagon caravan. Biddy was in charge of herding the animals for the 1,700 mile trek.   While they walked from Mississippi through Illinois and Colorado towards Salt Lake City, Biddy had a ton of responsibilities, including herding the cattle, preparing and serving the campfire meals and setting up and breaking down camp. All this while acting as the midwife and herbalist for the party, and still tending to her three young daughters. The trail must have been disturbing, frightening and strange. There were moments when surely there was a chance to escape, and for this reason, Biddy's value increased on the trail. With young children, she didn't have the option to leave. They lived in Utah for three years until Governor Brigham Young authorized another Mormon community, this time in San Bernardino. Brigham Young warned Smith that California, had been admitted to the Union as a free, non-slave state the year prior. Smith ignored his warnings and set out with his family and slaves and a 150-wagon caravan in 1851, to establish the Mormon settlement and extend the reach of his Church.  When Smith arrived in San Bernardino, he became one of the counselors to the bishop and owned a very large property. He was among the wealthiest settlers in San Bernardino. Held in bondage in the Mormon colony were dozens of African Americans as well as an untold number of local Native Americans, as well as an untold number of local Native Americans. San Bernardino was built, in part, by enslaved laborers like Biddy. Even though California was technically a free state, it was a land made up of unfree laborers of various kinds. Many indigenous people weer being forced to work in the Los Angeles "slave mart." This "slave mart" was the second most important source of municipal revenue in Los Angeles after the sale of licenses for saloons and gambling venues. On the weekends, local authorities would seek out and arrest intoxicated natives on dubious vagrancy charges. The Native Americans were thrown in a pen, and their labor for the coming week was auctioned off. If they were paid at the end of that week at all, they were usually paid in alcohol so they could get drunk, be arrested and continue the cycle.  In California, Biddy met two sets of couples who were free blacks. Charles and Elizabeth Flake Rowan and Robert and Minnie Owens. They urged her to legally contest her slave status in California. But she did not. Biddy remained enslaved in a “free” state for five more years as Smith maintained his southern way of life in California. He found himself increasingly at odds with fellow colonists and his own church who favorably disposed toward the practice of slavery. In 1855, the leaders of the Mormon colony in San Bernardino thought they were paying top dollar for 80,000 acres of land but had purchased only 35,000 acres. Fine print fuck up. When the colony sued the people who had sold them the land, they lost. The court allowed them to choose up to 35,000 acres anywhere in the larger area. The church chose Smith's ranch. It was turned over to them without any compensation and Smith was pissed. Without his property in California and in fear of losing his slaves, he sold off his cattle and conspired a plan to quietly leave the colony and move to Texas. Biddy and her fellow slaves did not trust Smith and they feared they were going to be sold and separated from their children. Smith lied to Biddy, promising her and her family's freedom in Texas. He needed her cooperation to get there and considered her valuable property. Without his land, he needed a place for them to all stay as he secured provisions for the ride east. He chose a camp of settlers originally from the American South in the Santa Monica Hills. Surely a more hospitable place for a slaveholder than Mormn san Bernardino.  One of Biddy's daughters was romantically involved with the Owens son. In December, Robert Owens and Elizabeth Rowan tipped off the local authorities. There was a group of Black Americans that were being illegally held in Santa Monica Canyon and they were about to be taken across state lines to the slave state of Texas. The sheriffs from San Bernardino and Los Angeles approached Judge Benjamin Hayes. Hayes issued a writ of habeas corpus, widely used against slaveholders in free states. Late on the night of New Year's Eve 1855, as Los Angeles residents celebrated the new year, sheriffs raided Smith's camp in the Santa Monica mountains.  Biddy's children were taken into protective custody at the city jail at the corner of Spring and Franklin Streets in downtown L.A. They let Biddy stay with the Owens family. Judge Hayes ordered Smith to bear all costs associated with the case and caring for those placed in guardianship of the sheriffs as they prepared for trial.  Los Angeles was then still a small town and the three day court hearing, starting on January 19, 1856 was a huge event.   Smith argued that Biddy and the rest of his slaves wished to go to Texas with him. Under state law, Black Americans could not testify against white Americans. Judge Hayes brought Biddy  and her eldest daughters into his chambers along with two trustworthy local gentlemen who acted as observers. Hayes asked Biddy if she was willingly leaving for Texas and Biddy told him, “I always do what I have been told, but I have always been afraid of this trip to Texas.”  Biddy also told the judge about the kind of treatment they had been subjected to over the years. Hannah, who was one of the women enslaved by Smith, gave an unbelievably damaging testimony in the courtroom. She reluctantly said that she wanted to go to Texas. There were long silences. Hannah had given birth to a baby boy only two weeks earlier and was terrified of what Smith would do to her if she refused to go with him to Texas. Hayes sent the San Bernardino sheriff up to talk with her and she said, I promised I would say in court that I wanted to go but I don't want to go. If you bring me back to court, I'll say I want to go but I don't want to go. The sheriff returned with an affidavit saying that, in fact, she did not want to go. Smith's behavior before and during the course of the hearing made it clear she had good reason to be afraid. It was awful. He threatened the Owens family, a neighborhood grocer and a doctor in the courtroom yelling “If this case isn't resolved on Southern principles, all people of color will pay the price.” A gang of Smith's sons and workers went to the jail and tried to intimidate the jailer and lure Biddy's daughters away from the jail with alcohol. Biddy's lawyer abruptly withdrew from the case after being  threatened and offered a bribe of $200.  Judge Hayes was furious with Smith, and clearly rattled by what he had heard. His family was behaving like thugs. Robert Smith was lying about trying to take them out of California and this disturbed Hayes. Smith, who was not being held, was a no-show on the last day of the trial, Monday, January 21. He ran off to Texas. He knew his reputation was ruined and was unwilling to pay court costs. Judge Hayes stated "all the said persons of color are entitled to their freedom and are free and cannot be held in slavery or involuntary servitude, unless for the punishment of crimes, shall ever be tolerated in this State. It is therefore argued that they are entitled to their freedom and are free forever."    Amasa Mason Lyman was the mayor of San Bernardino and a Mormon Apostle. Biddy was a friend of Lyman and was fond of the Lyman family. Biddy took the surname Mason. It was her first last name.  With Smith gone, her daughters were released from protective custody and Mason moved her family into the Owens family home. They were now citizens in rough-and-tumble Los Angeles, where only around 80 of its 4,000 residents were Black. Her oldest daughter, Ellen, married the Owens' son, Charles. Owing to her experience and quality of work, she became one of the most popular midwives of that state, using the skills she learned as a slave.  Judge Hayes had a brother-in-law famous for being one of the first formally trained doctors in Southern California. Dr. John Strother Griffin, the “Father of East Los Angeles”. Griffin was impressed with her nursing skills and hired her as a nurse and midwife. She made $2.50 per day. That would be about $85 dollars in 2022. About 10 bucks a day for an 8 hour day. Griffin's office was on Main Street in the same county building as the jail in which she'd taken refuge with the 13 other enslaved people fighting for freedom. She offered her services to the prisoners free of charge. Biddy delivered hundreds of babies in Los Angeles and braved a smallpox epidemic, risking her life to tend to the sick. In her big black medicine bag, she carried the tools of her trade, and the papers Judge Hays had given her affirming that she was free. Biddy Mason worked as a midwife for ten years, saving her earnings carefully. When she was 48, she purchased her own property on the outskirts of Los Angeles where there were more gardens and vineyards than paved streets. She was the first African American woman to buy property in Los Angeles. It had a water ditch, and a willow fence running around the plot. Two lots for $250. Mason initially used the land for gardening and lived with the Owens. This purchase made her one of the first pioneers of Los Angeles. A remarkable feat for a woman who had spent the first 37 years of her life enslaved.  In her home, she established the city's first child care center for working parents. The First African Methodist Episcopal Church is the oldest African American church in the city. It was established on her Spring Street property. The initial meetings were held in Mason's home in 1872. She paid taxes and all expenses on church property to hold it for her people. The permanent church was eventually erected on land she donated at Eighth and Towne. Mason was quickly beloved and “known by every citizen” as “Aunt Biddy.”   She was also well received in the Los Angeles Spanish-speaking community. She could not read or write, but had become a fluent Spanish-speaker. She befriended Pio Pico, Mexico's last governor in California. Pico, Owens and Griffin were involved in real estate and all encouraged her to invest her money wisely and purchase property. Biddy invested in real estate in what is now the heart of downtown L.A. Finally, in 1884 Mason finally moved to her own land at 311 Spring Street and what is now Broadway. On one of the two lots, she built a two-story brick building which she rented the first floor to commercial interests and lived in an apartment on the second. Los Angeles was booming, and rural Spring Street was becoming crowded with shops and boarding houses. She sold the north lot for $1,500. A gain of nearly $13,000 today. She sold a property she had purchased on Olive Street for $375 in 1868, for $2,800. $82,000 today. Basically, in 1884, Biddy had over a 100,000 year in today's numbers. There were dirt streets and unpaved sidewalks, with curbs and gutters. The drainage system was primitive. Water was still channeled through the city through open ditches and bricklaid channels. Only fifteen streets had sewers running below their surface via riveted iron pipes. Three hundred foot tall poles holding electric lights had recently been erected on the major streets, illuminating with 3,000 candle power. Early that year, storms in February of 1884 caused the Los Angeles River to swell and cut new channels and the city's streets began to flood. The Aliso Street Bridge broke in two, part of the bridge was pushed down the river with half a dozen homes and they all lodged against the First Street Bridge,  creating a dam. The water rose, the river overflowed its banks and flooded the streets. Finally, the pressure from the rising water and the piled up homes and portion of bridge was too much for the First Street Bridge.  The west bank eroded when the First Street Bridge collapsed and thirty-five more houses were carried away. Along the riverbed, people sifted through the debris. Cradles, baby wagons, doors, cupboards, fences, pigs. Looking for something. Someone. Brooms, chickens, orange trees, beds. It was a dreadful sight. People were killed. Obviously, city lighting could not slow fooding, but it would aid in the recovery from the storm that had put a third of the city under water for hours. After the flood, Biddy arranged a deal with a grocer on Fourth and Spring. All of the families who lost their home were able to sign off for all of their groceries. Biddy Mason would pay the tab. Biddy owned land on San Pedro Street in Little Tokyo and was renting to over twenty tenants on three large plots near the now Grand Central Market. For the next three decades, she continued her real estate venture,  participating in the frontier town's transformation into an emerging metropolis. She used her wealth, a fortune of $300,000, the equivalent to $9.5 million in 2022 to feed and shelter the poor. She would visit the jail to leave a token and a prayerful hope with every prisoner. She opened a foster home, an elementary school for black children and a traveler's aid center. She was charming, effective and was deeply appreciated. In so many ways, she became the backbone of society. She helped her family buy properties around the city. She deeded a portion of her remaining Spring Street property to her grandsons “for the sum of love and affection and ten dollars.” She signed the deed with her customary fancy “X.” Still, never learning to read or write. Too busy making that cash.  Her success enabled her to support her extended family for generations.  Los Angeles had become a bustling city with 50,000 residents in the late 1880's. She was so well-known, at dawn each morning, a line would form in front of Mason's gate. Swarming with people in need of assistance. Her neighborhood developed quickly around her homestead and by the early 1890s, the main financial district of Los Angeles was one block from Mason's property. As she grew old and became too ill to see visitors, her grandson Robert was forced to turn people away each morning.  On January 15, 1891 Bridget “Biddy” Mason died at her beloved homestead in Los Angeles. She was 73 years old, one of the wealthiest Black women in the country. When she was buried at the Evergreen Cemetery in Boyle Heights, her grave was left unmarked. The family held onto Mason's cherished “first homestead” until the Depression. Today the Broadway Spring Center Parking garage stands on the site.  Ninety-Seven years after her death, L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley, and members of the church she founded held a ceremony, during which her grave was finally marked with a tombstone. Biddy Mason Memorial Park in downtown Los Angeles was erected one year later in her honor. Behind the Bradbury Building near Third and Spring, a memorial on an 80-foot-long poured concrete wall shows the timeline of Biddy Mason's life. November 16 was declared “Biddy Mason Day” in Los Angeles. Jackie Broxton said this, "She showed people what could happen when they were free and could set their own destiny". Jackie Broxton is the CEO & President of the Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation. The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation was established in 2013 and began as an outreach ministry of the church Biddy founded. The Foundation caters to current and former foster youth in the local community. It should also be noted that Biddy's success story was the exception and not the rule. I believe that she attained so much, because she gave so much. As she navigated multiple levels of oppression, Biddy advocated for her community. When it comes to movements advancing our communities, culture, and policies in more equitable directions, it seems that women have always been at the forefront. Biddy Mason once said, “If you hold your hand closed, nothing good can come in. The open hand is blessed, for it gives in abundance, even as it receives.” She is an inspiration that when given the support and opportunity, it is possible to overcome even the toughest of circumstances. Her story is one of resilience, compassion, and triumph. The fight continues today against the inherited systemic racism, sexism, and each and every intersection.  Sources: Los Angeles Almanac  Free Forever: The Contentious Hearing That Made Biddy Mason A Legend By  Hadley Meares The Life of Biddy Mason: From Slave to a Master by Fareeha Arshad Biddy Mason Collaborative National Park Service Biddy Mason: One of LA's first black real estate moguls By Hadley Meares Los Angeles Western Corral Honoring the legacy and 200th birthday of slave-turned-entrepreneur Biddy Mason by Michael Livingston Negro Trail-Blazers of California by Delilah Beasley  The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History by Dolores Hayden https://kentakepage.com/bridget-biddy-mason/ Bridget "Biddy" Mason: From Bondage to Wealth - Kentake Page Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation  

The Southern Fork
Chris Coleman: The Goodyear House, Old Town Kitchen & Cocktails (Charlotte, NC / Rock Hill, SC)

The Southern Fork

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:29


Chris Coleman was never far from Southern food. He spent summers on his grandparents farm in Mississippi, and was 14 when he started his first industry job at a local fish camp in a suburb of Charlotte, NC, working his way up through the ranks from busser to kitchen expediter. While a culinary student in Central Piedmont Community College's =, Chris took a job as a line cook at the McNinch House, one of Charlotte's most storied fine dining restaurants. He was quickly promoted to head chef at the age of 21, and he's continued to build on that success in the Charlotte region, now the chef and a partner at The Goodyear House in Charlotte's NoDa neighborhood, and the recently opened Old Town Kitchen & Cocktails in nearby Rock Hill, SC. He brings technique and creativity to a local food sensibility, has supported area farmers and food producers throughout his career, and his cooking is familiar yet always with a twist, like the deviled egg toast topped with smoked NC roe I mention in this episode. I'm always interested in what he's going to cook next.

Sis & Tell Podcast
"The Scorpion Attack"

Sis & Tell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 31:25


The sisters talk about Yiddish gone wrong, road trip trauma and the bat mitzvah of Alison's PBS show. Sis & Tell, an award-winning weekly comedy podcast, is hosted by southern Jewish sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.

The Mel K Show
Mel K & Ex Border Hero Patrol Warrior Boots On The Ground Reporting Southern Invasion 5-12-22

The Mel K Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 55:28


Please learn more & support Victor Here: https://victoravilaspeaks.com Thank you amazing patriots for joining us on this journey, for your support of our work and for your faith in this biblical transition to greatness.   www.themelkshow.com It's going to be a great year and definitely a year to get and be involved in taking back our world. We love what we do and are working hard to keep on top of everything to help this transition along peacefully and with love. Please help us amplify our message: Like, Comment & Share! If you value our work and have extra resources, please consider helping to support the show.  The Show's Partners Page: https://themelkshow.com/partners/   Consider Making A Donation: https://themelkshow.com/donate/ Another way to get involved and find ways to become active in the community is to come meet Mel and many amazing truth warriors at our upcoming live in person speaking events. Together we are unstoppable. We look forward to seeing you. GodWins! https://themelkshow.com/events/ Myrtle Beach, SC - May 13-14 (Reawaken America Tour) Elmhurst, IL - May 21 (Generation Fear - Healing Our Kids From Societal Trauma) Chicago, IL - May 20 (Fight Like A Flynn For Bobby Piton With General Flynn, Mel K & More)   Virginia Beach, VA - July 8-9 (Reawaken America Tour) Rochester, NY August 12-13 (Reawaken America Tour) See our website events page and follow the link to the events. Remember to mention Mel K for great discounts on all these fun and informative events. See you there! RE:AWAKENING The Movie is Here! https://reawakeningseries.com Use code MELK Website (Main Coms Hub) www.TheMelKShow.com Video Platform - Subscription https://www.themelkshow.tv Rumble (Video) - The Mel K Show https://rumble.com/c/TheMelKShow Bitchute (Video) - Melk.News/Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/Iw2kiviwZpwx/ Podbean (Podcast) https://themelkshow.podbean.com/ TRUTH Social https://truthsocial.com/@themelkshow Gab (Social Media) https://gab.com/MelKShow GETTR (Social Media) https://www.gettr.com/user/themelkshow Telegram (Social App) The Mel K Show Group - https://t.me/themelkshowgroup The Mel K Show Channel - https://t.me/themelkshowchannel The Mel K Show Mailing Address 1040 First Avenue #367 New York, NY 10022 If you are interested to explore investing in precious metals please contact below and mention MelK for special offers: Beverly Hills Precious Metals Exchange Buy Gold & Silver https://themelkshow.com/gold/ Speak with Gold Expert Andrew Sorchini…Tell Him Mel K Sent You! Support Patriots With MyPillow Go to www.MyPillow.com Use offer code “MelK” to support both MyPillow and The Mel K Show Mel K Superfoods www.MelKSuperfoods.com HempWorx The #1 selling CBD brand. https://bit.ly/MDC-HempWorx https://themelkshow.com/my-daily-choice/ Dr. Zelenko Immunity Protocal - Z-Stack Life https://zstacklife.com/MelK Take care of your health with Dr. Mark Sherwood and his team at Functional Medical Institute www.Sherwood.tv/melk – download the free e-book to develop physical and emotional resiliency Consult with a renowned healthcare provider, Dr. Stella Immanuel, MD.  Offering Telehealth Services & Supplements. Use offer code ‘MelK' for 5% Off https://bit.ly/MelKDrStellaMD   EMP Shield EMP Shield is designed to protect an entire home from lightning, solar flare (coronal mass ejection), power surges, and an electromagnetic pulse. Use promo code MelK  https://www.empshield.com/?coupon=melk Mantra Essential Oils Highest quality essential oils and essential oil blends. https://bit.ly/MDC-Mantra-Essential-Oils My Daily Sprays Portable easy to use sprays made with only the best clinically proven ingredients that support healthy daily activity, including superfruits and natural antioxidants. https://bit.ly/MDC-My-Daily-Sprays Great Offers on Satellite Phones www.melkphone.com

The Hard Question with BQ
Are our leaders manipulating chaos to gain power? | Tony Shaeffer

The Hard Question with BQ

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 43:50


When chaos abounds, our attention is scattered. We have plenty of it! Ukraine, Title 42 about to end, our Southern borders erupting, the shocking leak of a document that could overturn Roe vs. Wade causing protests, more protests, and more protests. People are angry! Americans are turning against Americans. The issues are monumental: Parents fighting to reclaim their parental rights, freedom of speech and religion vilified -- some want them nullified and some cry that the Constitution is irrelevant. Of course, there is that pesky problem of the economy moving closer to the edge of a steep cliff. Many fear we are at the tipping point. What is in plain sight that we are missing? A solution? BQ is joined by Lt. Col. (Retired) Tony Shaeffer, President of the London Center for Policy Research to discuss. Tony Shaeffer is a New York Times bestselling author and CIA-trained intelligence operations officer with over 35 years of experience in global and national security. In his think tank work he has been adviser to senior members of the White House, the intelligence community, Pentagon and key members of Congress. He also works with National Geographic as an advising producer and co-producer of the series “Chain of Command.” In 2017 he became the Homeland Security adviser to the Stafford County Sheriff's Department in Virginia and works as its member of the NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau's expanded task force. He is the author of Operation Dark Heart: Spycraft and Special Ops on the Frontlines of Afghanistan — And the Path to Victory.

Georgia Bulldogs
Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 23

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:43


This week Dan catches up with Joe Cowart of 1010 XL in Jacksonville, to recap the ACC Meetings in Amelia Island, Florida. Plus, John Garcia Jr. of Sports Illustrated gives us an update on Arch Manning's recruitment and how major programs are doing.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Southern Sports Today
Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 23

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:43


This week Dan catches up with Joe Cowart of 1010 XL in Jacksonville, to recap the ACC Meetings in Amelia Island, Florida. Plus, John Garcia Jr. of Sports Illustrated gives us an update on Arch Manning's recruitment and how major programs are doing.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monsters Among Us Podcast
Sn. 13 Ep. 9 - Southern sasquatch, robed figures and dark watchers.

Monsters Among Us Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 65:37


Season 13 Episode 9 of Monsters Among Us Podcast, true paranormal stories of ghosts, cryptids, UFOs and more told by the witnesses themselves. SHOW NOTES: Tonight's Sponsor - BetterHelp - Visit BetterHelp.com/monstersamongus for 10% off your first month. Chatawa Monster - https://libguides.hindscc.edu/paranormalms/chatawa_monster Mysterious Creature in Mississippi - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQjsc4vi-rc&t=136s Kentucky UFO's - https://www.wlky.com/article/ufos-aliens-kentucky-bloomfield-space-1978/39139597 Dark Watchers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnprCU0EUqI My Dark Watchers video - https://youtu.be/hcJs9XP5VXQ Betty and Barney Hill - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4N75AFeJrc&t=107s Big Bear Bigfoot - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQKEHVxmsQM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Situation with Michael Brown
Baby Formula to the Southern Boarder But Not Store Shelves

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:34


The Zest
Dharma Southern Kitchen Founder Shaun Noonan on the Plant-Based Food (R)evolution

The Zest

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:31


Dharma Southern Kitchen is a plant-based comfort food restaurant chain with locations in Orlando, Sanford and Tampa. Founder Shaun chatted with The Zest's Andrew Lucas about how his Army-brat childhood influenced his career as a chef, the growth of vegan food in mainstream culture and why vegetable-forward options have always had a place at the Southern dinner table. Related Episodes:Vegan Boom at Florida's Theme Parks(I Can't Believe It's) Vegan BakingHacks to Help You Eat More Veggies

Supertalk Eagle Hour
USM Head Baseball Coach Scott Berry Talks Tonight's Game With Ole Miss, Patrick Magee/NOLA.com Talks Rankings & Daniel Stewart with Southern Bancorp?/Hattiesburg Joins The Show As We Broadcast From Southern Bancorps' Community Celebration in Midtown

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:30


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Midday
Renewing Baltimore: a talk with two housing restoration pioneers

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 38:44


This week brought news of some positive signs in the area of real estate development in Baltimore. As five buildings near completion in the Port Covington Project on the city's Southern tip, it was announced that two development firms have been chosen to lease and provide marketing for the next phase of the project. MAG Partners is based in New York. It is a woman-owned firm. MacFarlane Partners is a Black-owned firm based in San Francisco. And on Monday, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore released its annual report that shows a slight uptick in the number of businesses and residents in the area around the Inner Harbor. But when it comes to the other 276 neighborhoods in Baltimore, the story is often not about growth, but decay. Tom's guests today lead two organizations that are turning that trajectory around. Sean Closkey is the founding president of ReBUILD Metro, which is working to transform neighborhoods on Baltimore's East side. Bree Jones is the founder and CEO of Parity, a development company that restores abandoned properties on the West side of town. Sean Closkey joins us on our digital line; Bree Jones joins us on Zoom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Twisted Travel and True Crime
Ax Murders, Affairs, Freaky Friday and Candy - Candy Montgomery and Betty Gore

Twisted Travel and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 64:04


The crime scene was brutal. It was Friday the  13th of  June 1980.  Local officers entered Al and Betty Gores home to find it drenched in blood. Betty Gore, a 30 year old mother of two, had been hacked to death with an ax. One of her good friends, Candy Montgomery, was the last person to see her. Candy had a lot of secrets she was keeping from her friend Betty including an affair with Betty's husband.  Did a church going Southern lady like Candy, kill Betty? Did she get away with it? DONATE: One time: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3248826752172032881 Monthly: https://anchor.fm/twisted-travel-and-true-c/support Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/twistedtravelandtruecrime https://www.instagram.com/twistedtravelandtrue_crime https://www.tiktok.com/@twistedtravelandtruecrim?lang=en Gmail:  twistedtravelandtruecrime@gmail.com Resources: Book:  Evidence of Love, John Bloom and Jim Atkinson https://inaroundmag.com/local/anniversary-of-an-ax-murder/ Texas Monthly article by John Bloom and Jim Atkinson https://www.texasmonthly.com/news-politics/love-and-death-in-silicon-prairie-part-i-candy-montgomerys-affair/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twisted-travel-and-true-c/support

Lace Up and Run Podcast
Ep 22 / Hiking With Shawn - Shawn Gossman

Lace Up and Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 84:33


Welcome to the Lace Up and Run Podcast. We believe in a fun and active lifestyle with a primary focus on running and hiking. There is a supply of bourbon in the podcast studio so there is pretty much a guarantee there might be some of Kentucky's finest consumed during the show.Episode 22: Our guest on the show is Shawn Gossman with Hiking With Shawn. Shawn shares the story of what led him to be involved in cycling and hiking the Shawnee National Forest. Shawn's passion for cycling and hiking eventually evolved into the popular Hiking With Shawn Youtube channel. Shawn provides guiding, does public speaking and writes several blogs. Shawn has provided many guided tours to the well known "Snake Road" area of the forest. Shawn provides details of many of his favorite trails, but the reality of it is, there are way too many hiking trails throughout the Shawnee that we simply could not cover them all. Maybe a part 2 coming in the future.Find Shawn at one of the two following links:Hiking With Shawne WebsiteHiking with Shawn YouTube#PushYourLimits Register for Shawnee Hills: use code "rtssave10" for a discountWebsite: runtosucceedsports.comFacebook: @runtosucceedInstagram: @runtosucceedEmail: LaceUpandRunPodcast@gmail.com

The Rational Middle
Reporting the Migrant Protection Protocols with Sandra Sanchez

The Rational Middle

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:08


Sandra Sanchez, an award-winning journalist covering the Southern border at Border Report, speaks with Loren Steffy about her two-part deep dive into the ramifying effects of the Migrant Protection Protocols—also known as Remain in Mexico—on the lives of countless asylum-seekers.

The Garden Path Podcast
Wild Edible Botanicals of North America | Jimmy Fike

The Garden Path Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:28


View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jimmy Fike (@jimmyfike) Jimmy Fike, an Arizona based artist who recently spent more than a decade photographing North America's Edible and Medicinal Plants, produced gorgeous photographic prints of his subjects and turned them into a beautiful coffee table book. The prints are meticulously photographed, designed to […] The post Wild Edible Botanicals of North America | Jimmy Fike appeared first on The Garden Path Podcast.

Dr. Willie Jolley's Wealthy Ways
188: Jane Jenkins Herlong - Sweet Tea Secrets From A Southern Beauty Queen

Dr. Willie Jolley's Wealthy Ways

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 64:28


In this episode with Dr. Willie Jolley, humorist, author, speaker and former Miss South Carolina, Jane Jenkins Herlong, shares her 4-letter word in selling your ideas to the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Not So Secret Societies
Pop Princess to Industry Slave: Toxic Tale of Britney Spears

Not So Secret Societies

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 83:10


This week we uncover what happened to everyone's favorite Pop Princess, Britney Spears.We discuss Brit Brit's southern upbringing and how she became a member of the infamous Mickey Mouse Club.  Was she worthy of a white wedding, or was her kiss with Madonna the alchemical introduction into the dark world of magic and fame?  We decode the cryptic messages behind her Instagram; are they calls for help or just planned distractions like she was believed to create throughout her career. Find out what happened to the Southern bell of pop music and how things became so toxic for this industry slave.In this episode, we crush Hollywood Vampire Johnny Depp.

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: #PRC: Breaking through the Bamboo Curtain. Henry D. Sokolski @HenrySokolski, Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC). Henry #Sokolski @NuclearPolicy LA

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:15


Photo:   Breaking through the Bamboo Curtain of Chinese internet interdictions —here: a part of molded-brick relief "Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove and Rong Qiqi", found from an Eastern Jin or Southern dynasties tomb near Nanjing, which depicts Shan Tao (left) and Wang Rong (right). 3/4:  #PRC: Breaking through the Bamboo Curtain. Henry D. Sokolski @HenrySokolski, Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC).  Henry #Sokolski  @NuclearPolicy LA https://pax-pacifica-aukus.org/chinas-it-bamboo-curtain-how-and-why-we-should-break-it/

Southern Vangard
Episode 323 - Southern Vangard Radio

Southern Vangard

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 124:57


BANG! @southernvangard #radio Ep323! First and foremost, a BIG CONGRATS goes out to Jazlyn Meeks on her recent graduation from Albany State Univ. with a degree in Mathematics, and she pulled off a Cum Laude to boot! Due to all of the celebrations and festivities surrounding said graduation, Meeks is recovering - so Doe held it down solo for this weeks episode. What that means is more music and less talk, so tap, listen up and say thank you ‘cause YOU WAAAAALCOME!!!!! for this #SmithsonianGrade #WeAreTheGard // southernvangard.com // @southernvangard on all platforms #undergroundhiphop #boombap #DJ #mixshow #interview #podcast #ATL #WORLDWIDE #RIPCOMBATJACK Recorded live May 9, 2022 @ Dirty Blanket Studios, Marietta, GA southernvangard.com @southernvangard on all platforms #SmithsonianGrade #WeAreTheGard twitter/IG: @southernvangard @jondoeatl @cappuccinomeeks Talk Break Inst. - "Das Me Da King" - Pete Rock "Blac Prime Minister" - Army Of The Pharaohs "The Fat Lacing" - The Good People "Born 2 Win" - Señor Kaos & Illastrate ft. 4-IZE "Coutures" - Kount Fif ft. Jay Royale & Born Unique "Black Excellence" - Libretto & Vitamin D "Figure Out What's Right" - Nelson Dialect & Mr Slipz ft. Jace XL "Grain Of Sand" - Collective Efforts "Tetris" - Logic "Mineral Mountain" - Black Star ft. Black Thought Talk Break Inst. - "Listen Close" - Pete Rock "Live From The Meth Lab" - Method Man ft. Redman, KRS-One, JoJo Pellegrino "Power Moves" - Psych Major ft. Reef The Lost Cauze, Masta Ace & Jaysaun "Cheat Code Flows" - IamGAWD x The Black Depths "Step Into The Fog" - The F.O.G. (AOS & J Bizness) ft. DJ Buddy "Makin It" - Ransom (prod. Mayor) "People Need Things" - Blacmav ft. Nat Blac & D'EtNam "Luther's Janitorial" - Joe.D ft. Ace of Gods'Illa "I Get Up" - ActProof Talk Break Inst. - "Man In Charge" - Pete Rock "Tom Fears" - XP The Marxman & Dj Rhettmatic feat Sick Jacken "Good Laud!" - NapsNdreds "Shabbat Morning" - Bub Styles "Ooh They Know" - Terror Van Poo ft. Agallah (prod. Vinny Idol) "Gen 5" - M.A.V. & Finn ft. Saipher Soze "Stick-Up" - Jae Skeese & Big Ghost Ltd ft. D-Styles "Bicycle Spokes" - Asun Eastwood & Wavy Da Ghawd "Queen" - Sean Links X Jamil Honesty "Made For You" - MidaZ The BEAST "Hold You Down" - Chase Fetti & Osbe Chill "20 Inch Rims" - Snotty "Paying Homage" - Flee Lord & Mephux ft. Cormega "INFINITEDIFFERENCES" - Estee Nack x sadhugold. ft. Codenine & Purpose (of Tragic Allies) "Venn Diagrams" - Armand Hammer (prod. DJ Muggs)

Nareit's REIT Report Podcast
Episode 316: Return to Office to Take Rest of 2022 to Take Hold

Nareit's REIT Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 18:49


Although a return to the office has started in earnest, it will take the rest of 2022 to take hold, and even longer before clear patterns of usage emerge, says Julie Whelan, global head of occupier research at CBRE.Speaking on the REIT Report, Whelan said it will likely be 2023 “before we can really start to hang our hat on trends that we can say are stable [in order] to build assumptions about what new work patterns are going to look like.”Whelan described current office usage as “muted…but the good news is that it's picking up.” Some of the Southern states have seen a higher return to office rate, although in the past week New York and Washington, D.C. actually saw some of the biggest gains, she noted.

Analysing Avatar
56. The Southern Raiders

Analysing Avatar

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 69:24


This week Dan and Chris are diving into 'The Southern Raiders' the sixteenth chapter of Book Three 'Fire'.

The Jeffersonian Tradition
Episode 107 Southern Cultural Continuity Through Music Part IV

The Jeffersonian Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 46:51


Howdy everyone, and thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition. In today's episode, we conclude our study of Southern cultural continuity through music. If you want me to cover a topic or elaborate further on any given episode, then reach out to me through the show's private MeWe group, or by contacting me at the show email address, which is mrjeffersonian@outlook.com. If you find value in the podcast, please consider becoming a supporting listener. One-time contributions can be sent to the show's cash app, http://cash.app/$MrJeffersonian . Recurring contributions can be made through the Anchor supporting listener link. Thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition! Sign up for MeWe today: https://mewe.com. Fuel the Jeffersonian Revolution today and buy your goldbacks here: Defy the Grid --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-jeffersonian/support

Steel Magnolias - Holding on to the good of The South

On this episode, we are talking about odd Southern foods… more bizarre than putting your peanuts in a glass-bottled coke.. although we do recommend trying that.  These are foods that us Southerners love that might come from a roadside stand or a gas station, but as we've mentioned before, the origin of eating such peculiar foods usually comes from times when folks needed to use all resources and waste not.      Thank you to our patrons! We love you and could not — seriously could not have afforded to keep the podcast going without you.  If you want to learn how you can get our bonus episode the Southern Sister Chat plus t-shirt and other Southern treats sent to you, then visit Patreon.com/SteelMagnolias.   A few highlights of foods mentioned: Kool-aid pickles, pokeweed, aspics, liver mush, chocolate gravy and chitlins.    Poke sallet: https://www.wildabundance.net/blog/pokeweed/   Want to connect? Join our Patreon Community of supporters for a Southern Sister Chat BONUS episode, perks and SWAG: https://www.patreon.com/steelmagnolias Sign up for our mailing list: https://mailchi.mp/e3cef217a5e7/sweetnews  Instagram @SteelMagnoliasPodcast Transcript available at: https://steelmagnoliaspodcast.com/  

Diversity Dish
S2 - Ep. 13 - Hold Space for Meaningful Change | Bethaney Wilkinson

Diversity Dish

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 45:32


Bethaney Wilkinson is a Black, Southern, soul guided, race conscious facilitator and coach. She is also the founder and author of The Diversity Gap, a book and ever-evolving community of social change practitioners. She helps entrepreneurs, activists, and creatives bring a race conscious perspective to their work, while also deepening into nature's rhythms as an anchoring practice for soul-guided leadership. You can learn more and follow her work at:Website: http://bethaneywilkinson.comWebsite: http://thediversitygap.comInstagram: http://instagram.com/bethaneybree"The Diversity Gap" Book: https://bookshop.org/a/11079/9781400226238———————Diversitydish.com – How can I be of service?——————–Other places you can find resources and help support my work:Patreon / Discovery Den: https://www.patreon.com/sedruolamaruskaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sedruolamaruska/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sedruola/Website: http://sedruolamaruska.com/work-with-sedieFacebook: Sedruola Maruska (limited)

KZradio הקצה
Tomer Cooper: The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion Special, 9-5-22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 120:14


Rogues in the House
"Hark Odin, hark!" Or talking "The Northman" alongside Sara Frazetta, Shield Maiden

Rogues in the House

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 97:33


Sara Frazetta joins the Rogues from Southern shores to go a Vik-ing and spread the bloody word of Robert Egger's "The Northman".

We Move Through Stormy Weather
Always Almost There Episode 4 - Spring 2022 Southern Swing

We Move Through Stormy Weather

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 93:19


Ryan, Brian, Neal, Danny, and Kev break down Goose's spring performances in Charleston, Asheville, Atlanta, and Memphis! We also make some predictions for the upcoming Dripfield Summer Tour!Don't forget to check out our merch store!Always Almost There is edited by Andrew Mason.

Southern Fried Philosophy
200: Report, Block or Add to Contacts?

Southern Fried Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 64:56


This week on the Southern Fried Philosophy Podcast: We celebrate episode number 200 by reminiscing about 900 numbers, eating too many tacos and talking about some of our favorite moments on the show. You don't want to miss this one.   Southern Fried Philosophy ****************************** Become an SFP Insider Today! Click the link to join us!    Music  SFP Intro - Lenny The Band YouTube subscribers Sponsors Watchman Cigar Level Up Logo Red Hill Brewing Crave Bath and Body   How you be durrin - Crave Bath and Body   Upcoming guests/events    What Lies Between Us Zoom, Tuesday Nights 7-8:30PM CT Starting Tues, May 17th  https://youtu.be/6vvrhao97KI https://join.brownicity.com/courses/wlbu-resources-Dan-Berry Southern Phrase Of The Week: The porch lights on but no one's home Southern phrase for when someone maybe either dazed off daydreaming or someone just isn't thinking clearly   Follow up/Discuss   Food Physics   200th Episode

Wine for Normal People
Ep 425: Cairanne of the Southern Côtes du Rhône with Jean-Etienne Alary of Domaine Alary

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 51:29


Cairanne is an 877 ha/2,167 acre appellation in the southern Rhône Valley that has been farmed since the time of the Greeks. It is not just a regular appellation, it is a cru of elevated status in the Côtes du Rhône. It doesn't get the credit it deserves! After tasting much of it at a wine fair in the southern Rhône, I found it unbelievably delicious. A cru with acidity and a lighter profile but still so much character? YES. And after speaking to a few of the other producers in the appellation, I found Jean-Etienne Alary and his father, Denis. Jean-Etienne has a worldly view, after spending time in Australia and New Zealand, and Domaine Alary's wines are some of the best Cairanne out there. Combining old techniques and newer ideas, Domaine Alary makes spectacular wines, with Jean-Etienne taking over the main winemaking duties from his father, Denis, who helped lead the charge to make Cairanne a Cru. Photo: Denis and Jean-Etienne Alary. ©Wine For Normal People   Here's a quick look at the topics we discuss in the show:  1. Jean-Etienne gives us a full education on Cairanne. We cover: Cairanne's location and its proximity to places like Gigondas, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and Rasteau, as well as the Rhône River The main grapes that are grown, typical blends of Cairanne, and how a small percentage of Cinsault, Counoise or Carignan can go a long way. We discuss the whites, which are a small but very important part of the wines of Cairanne The three main types of terroir and what grows best on each The climate and the strong Mistral effect, which helps keep disease off the grapes. We hit on climate change and drought, and what it means for certain grapes in the appellation The elegance that defines Cairanne versus all other Cru of the south   2. Then we discuss the 11 generations of the Alary family, their history in Cairanne and their essential role in Cairanne The Alarys have been involved in wine in Cairanne since 1692 and have farmed exclusively in this area since, surviving wars, phylloxera, mildews, to be what it is today We discuss Denis Alary, Jean-Etienne's father and how he started to make significant changes when he graduated from oenology school in the 80s. We talk about the age of the big wine critic and how the Rhône bent to the will of certain critics but has come back to its roots. discuss how Denis and the close-knit wine community of Cairanne fought to get the appellation to cru status for decades, finally achieving the goal in 2016. Finally, we cover how Denis moved Alary to a certified organic property in 2009, years before it became trendy!   3. We discuss the cru system and how, even though all cru are equal in the eyes of the law, they are not treated the same. Jean-Etienne talks about his aspirations to make Cairanne as well recognized as other cru     4. We discuss Jean-Etienne's experiences in winemaking in Australia at Henschke and New Zealand at Seresin and the differences in how things get done in France vs the New World.   Photo: The Wines of Domaine Alary. ©Wine For Normal People 5. We talk about the wines of Alary: The Cairanne from Alary, and the role of Carignan and how it can be made in a lighter, elegant style The whites, although only 5% of the AOC, are 20% of Alary's production and based on the Clairette grape, from which Alary makes stunning whites that are reminiscent of Sauvignon blanc. Winemaking philosophy and the use of technology versus intuition The future for Cairanne and for Alary   If you haven't had a wine from  Cairanne, seek it out, especially the wines of Alary. These wines are elegant, drinkable, and fantastic with food! ____________________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week:  Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on big names or boutique brands from all over the world at up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Don't forget to go to the store page to see what wines I love with descriptions I have written.      If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

The Cologne Podcast
S02:E29 - Southern Peach Tea By Coastal Carolina Parfums (With Cam From CFR)

The Cologne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 47:15


In this episode, Myke and Ryan are joined by Cam from CFR and Coastal Carolina Parfums to talk about his new release, Southern Peach Tea!!Check it out here: https://www.coastalcarolinaparfums.com/shop/p/southern-peach-tea-15-mlTheColognePodcast.com

People's Party with Talib Kweli
Cory Mo Talks Houston Rap, His Brother Mike Mo, Working with Ye and Mike Dean, OutKast, Organized Noise, His Mentor the Late Pimp C, UGK and the Legacy of Southern Rap Music

People's Party with Talib Kweli

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:53


Cory Mo has been present at some of the most important moments in hip-hop history–as a producer, a rapper, and an early legend of Southern hip-hop. From his early beginnings with his brother Mike Mo, to being in the studio with Kanye West and Mike Dean, he's got stories for days. But his time with Pimp C, his mentor and his friend, solidified his legacy in hip-hop.

How'd She Do That?
Episode 92: Bridget Green

How'd She Do That?

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022


Bridget Green: Founder of Milagro CollectiveIn today's episode, we welcome Bridget Green, founder of Milagro Collective, onto the show! Milagro has provided their customers with heirloom quality, handmade oushak rugs of any size since 2018. Milagro, Spanish for “Miracle,” and Collective together form the perfect recipe for design. Bridget's “collective” style stems from the most prolific Southern design value: mixing the old with the new. Her goal is to help customers find their “home heaven” by balancing loved antiques with fresh, modern design. Until recently, Bridget operated as a one-woman show but that all changed on November 11, 2021, when she welcomed her first baby, Lucy, to the team. In this episode, you'll love hearing about Bridget's swoon-worthy textile designs, curated for the southern home as well as her experience running a business, becoming a mother and ultimately leaving a Fortune 200 company to go full-time with her dream job - the one she created herself! It's a must listen and a must share! Enjoy!

Ohio Folklore
Battle of Buffington Island

Ohio Folklore

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 40:55


When most of us think of the Civil War, we picture grand Southern plantations and epic battles with names like Gettysburg and Antietam.  Even many Ohioans fought in the conflict, no actual battles happened within our borders, right? The ghosts of the Battle of Buffington Island may beg to differ on this question. Come hear the historic saga of one rogue Confederate general who led a raid through southern Indiana and Ohio.  His reign of terror was the stuff of legend.  It apparently still haunts some Ohioans today. Come hear the story of one Donny Jones, interim chairman of the Buffington Island Battlefield Preservation Foundation.  A Civil War reenactor himself, he shares personal experiences of what it's like to encounter shadows of those who've gone before us. For some lost souls, the battles rage on. If you enjoy this episode, please rate, review and subscribe to Ohio Folklore on your chosen podcast platform.  You can also find Ohio Folklore at: ohiofolklore.comfacebook.com/ohiofolklore   To make your donation to help save the Buffington Island Battlefield through the American Battlefield Trust, click here: https://www.battlefields.org/give/save-battlefields/help-preserve-311-acres-four-historic-battlefields# To connect with the Buffington Island Battlefield Preservation Foundation, click here: https://www.buffingtonbattlefieldfoundation.org/ 

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
WKPWP Interview Classic (10 Yrs Ago): Keller interviews "Dirty" Dutch Mantel talking WWE writing, Memphis, WCW, Puerto Rico, Cena-Rock, more

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 143:58


In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back ten years to PWTorch editor Wade Keller's Apr. 27, 2012 interview with "Dirty" Dutch Mantell, who has been almost everywhere and seen almost everything - be it wrestling in Memphis, managing in the WWF, commentating in WCW, booking in Puerto Rico and TNA, and many stops in between along the way. He tells stories and has opinions on a wide array of subjects in this interview. The first hour is the Livecast with live callers and email questions. The second hour is a one-on-one discussion with Dutch's thoughts on how fans have changed over the decades, the WWF writing team approach, Cena-Rock, booking match finishes, the anti-Southern bias in pro wrestling, mandatory time off for wrestlers, and more.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – May 6 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 37:12


Frank Siller, founder of Tunnel to Towers -- and Jennie Taylor, a T2T Ambassador, mother of seven, and surviving spouse -- join Clay and Buck. C&B talk about posters in their boyhood rooms, new movies. Mother's Day special: Clay and Buck's moms, Liz Travis and Jane Sexton, join their boys on the air for the first time. Spunky sides of both (Jane on her days performing in a commercial with Ralph Macchio and Liz quipping about her lovely Southern accent, "This voice is a dying art") as well as C&B childhood secrets spill out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sharon Says So
126. The Many Roles of Lady Bird Johnson with Julia Sweig

Sharon Says So

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 43:50


In today's episode, Sharon talks with author Julia Sweig about her newest book, Lady Bird Johnson: Hiding in Plain Sight. The research and writing took Julia over six years, as she meticulously poured over the details of not only Lady Bird's life, but also the 1960s era and the state of the nation at the time. Lady Bird, a whip-smart S