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Backwards K Pod
New Comiskey Park/Guaranteed Rate Field

Backwards K Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 52:09


Guaranteed Rate Field debuted as New Comiskey Park in 1991, and over the past 30 years, has seen multiple name changes and plenty of renovations. The facility is the last of it's kind and it stands as a symbol of a bygone era. The stadium construction was approved, literally at the stroke of midnight, give or take a few minutes, under the threat of the Sox leaving for St Petersburg, Florida, if the deal wasn't approved. After years of intense criticism, the White Sox brass has worked hard to renovate the building, to ensure that White Sox fans have an enjoyable baseball experiance. #ChicagoWhiteSox #JerryReinsdorf #PaulKonerko #USCellular #GuaranteedRatePark #NewComiskey #FrankThomas #GovernorJimThompson #HaroldWashington

America at a Crossroads
Richard Haass with Warren Olney: A Decade When Centuries Happen

America at a Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 57:27


Travels Through Time
Elizabeth Wilson: Playing with Fire (1921)

Travels Through Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 55:04


This week, the performer and author Elizabeth Wilson speaks to Artemis from the offices of Yale University Press in Bedford Square. Elizabeth tells us about the early life of a remarkable pianist, Maria Yudina, who rose to fame in Stalin's Russia. Maria Yudina was born in 1899 to a Jewish family in Nevel, a small town which now sits close to Russia's border with Belarus. Legend has it that Maria was Stalin's favourite pianist. Those who have seen Armando Iannucci's satirical film The Death of Stalin may remember the opening scene in which a pianist is forced to repeat her live performance so that a recording can be made of it and sent to Stalin. As Elizabeth explains in her new biography of the musician, Playing with Fire, the provenance of this story and whether it is about Maria is unclear. However, there is no shortage of fascinating and true stories about Maria, as Elizabeth shows us in this conversation. Maria came of age as the February revolution broke out in St Petersburg, where she was studying music. She took part briefly – even accidentally firing a rifle through a ceiling – before being questioned by a teacher from the conservatoire where she was studying. For most of her life though, Maria wasn't a revolutionary but an intellectual. Her social circle was made up of the leading figures of Russia's intelligentsia, including Boris Pasternak, Pavel Florensky, and Mikhail Bakhtin.  In this episode we visit Maria in 1921, the year she graduated from the conservatoire and was appointed as a member of staff aged just 21. It was also a year in which the relationship between Russia's new revolutionary state and the country's artists and intellectuals felt uneasy and, at times, destructive.    Show notes: Scene One: Maria's graduation ceremony. Scene Two: Maria's debut performance in Petrograd, which coincides with the poet Alexander Blok's death and funeral.  Scene Three: The end of the civil war and the introduction of NEP. Memento: A chess set which shows pieces representing 2 sides of the Russian Civil War.   People/Social Presenter: Artemis Irvine Guest: Elizabeth Wilson Production: Maria Nolan Podcast partner: Ace Cultural Tours Theme music: ‘Love Token' from the album ‘This Is Us' By Slava and Leonard Grigoryan Follow us on Twitter: @tttpodcast_ Or on Facebook See where 1921 fits on our Timeline

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast
Advent with Isaiah - Isaiah 2:1-5

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 22:39


As we look at Advent through the eyes of Isaiah, we can see the way that Jesus turns the world upside down.

Russian Radio Show
53. 10 Interesting Facts About St. Petersburg (B1-B2)

Russian Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 14:40


Elevate Your Wedding Business
How To Release Control and Start Delegating with Jamie Van Cuyk

Elevate Your Wedding Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 39:10


Jamie Van Cuyk, the owner and lead strategist of Growing Your Team, helps women small business owners become confident leaders who hire right every single time. Drawing from over 15 years of leadership experience, Jamie teaches her clients how to master the art of hiring. By learning the dynamics of each company and their specific needs, she helps them find their perfect-fit, long-lasting team members and avoid the hiring and firing cycle. On a personal side, Jamie lives in St Petersburg, FL, with her husband and two daughters, is a hobby winemaker, loves to travel, and enjoys exercise that takes her feet off the ground, including rock climbing and aerial dance. FREE RESOURCE: https://growingyourteam.com/halima Website: https://growingyourteam.com/ Social media: Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/GrowingYourTeamInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/growingyourteam/ LinkedIn -https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamievancuyk/ Get your free DM Strategy Session with Halima. Send a DM with "strategy session" to Halima @livelywedacademy to get started!

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast
Exodus - Chapter 32

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:53


The story of the Golden Calf is a tragic part of the Exodus. But what can Christians learn from it and how do we see Christ through it? Listen in with City Church to find out.

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast
Exodus - Chapter 31

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 32:46


God fills Bezalel and Oholiab with his Holy Spirit to work on the tabernacle. In this passage we see the beauty of work and the command to rest.

RTS.FM radio
Lunnar RTS.FM St. Petersburg at dacha studio 11.11.2022

RTS.FM radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 67:22


Lunnar is gently made with deep idm & techno sound that trip somewhere between the inner space and entire Universe. https://soundcloud.com/lunnar • https://t.me/rtsfm • https://soundcloud.com/rtsfm • https://rts.fm/ • https://facebook.com/rtsfm • https://instagram.com/rts.fm • https://vk.com/rtsfm • https://youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world!

RTS.FM radio
Eitbit RTS.FM St. Petersburg at dacha studio 11.11.2022

RTS.FM radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 74:40


Andrey Eitbit is famous as a designer and event-organizer and above all - talented and charismatic DJ with a distinct and racy music taste. From his school years Andrey was absorbed by trip-hop, acid jazz and all kinds of experimental electronic music and this became the foundation of his musical development. At the moment he is working on his own sound and experimenting with creating his own music, at the same time participating in the "LBRNTH" project in collaboration with Mitya Cherukov (Mitya + 100 / Сleaning Сompany). https://soundcloud.com/7GfsoY6AMQjoSjAH9 • https://t.me/rtsfm • https://soundcloud.com/rtsfm • https://rts.fm/ • https://facebook.com/rtsfm • https://instagram.com/rts.fm • https://vk.com/rtsfm • https://youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world!

The History of Russia Podcast
Episode 52 - Peter the Great (Part 7 - St Petersburg and family matters)

The History of Russia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 28:42


This week we look at the creation of a new city and how Peter got along with his son and heir, Alexei.   Website   https://www.historyofrussia.net Twitter       HistoryRussia1 Email        nordicworld@outlook.com

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast
Exodus - Chapter 26

City Church St. Petersburg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 25:33


The Tabernacle was the center of the life of Israel, but what can we as Christian's learn from its construction and plan? Listen in with City Church to find out.

The Footy Travelers
Ep 19 | FTP Origins: The Footy Travelers Are Born

The Footy Travelers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 56:40


Rob & Ryan who?! No. The best bromance in global footy is between FTP co-hosts Colin & Mike. At last, their separate footy traveler origin stories combine, as they recall the pivotal moments that led to the birth of the original Footy Travelers duo. Listen in for the story of Mike's big proposal to Colin in 2008 (one he needed time to warm up to), of their first World Cup experience at South Africa 2010, and the greatest consecutive 24 hours they've ever had traveling the globe for the beautiful game. Spoiler Alert: it involves a lot of Russian vodka. This episode also includes two special announcements, so be sure to listen through to the end! Foot(y)notes: Follow the Footy Travelers on Instagram to keep up to date with their upcoming World Cup travels. While we don't know all the details surrounding the opening ceremony, here's a few things we know so far.  Relive the greatest game the Footy Travelers have been to (so far) -or- Listen to the iconic Ian Darke call.  

St. Pete X
Ep. 86: Christian Hardigree - University of South Florida, St Petersburg

St. Pete X

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 50:11


Regional chancellor Christian Hardigree joined the University of South Florida St. Petersburg administration in July, and she hit the ground running. In this wide-ranging conversation, Hardigree – who came to USF from Denver, Colorado, where she'd served as the Dean of Metropolitan State's School of Hospitality – talks about the university's forward momentum, and not only how to sustain it but grow it. She also touches on the future of education, bureaucracy and putting her stamp on St. Pete. The podcast concludes with some personal stories about her family and her almost becoming an FBI agent. 

Leftist Reading
Leftist Reading: Russia in Revolution Part 25

Leftist Reading

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 48:31


Episode 113:This week we're continuing Russia in Revolution An Empire in Crisis 1890 - 1928 by S. A. Smith[Part 1]Introduction[Part 2-5]1. Roots of Revolution, 1880s–1905[Part 6-8]2. From Reform to War, 1906-1917[Part 9-12]3. From February to October 1917[Part 13 - 17]4. Civil War and Bolshevik Power[Part 18 - 22]5. War Communism[Part 23]6. The New Economic Policy: Politics and the EconomyNew Economic Policy and AgricultureNew Economic Policy and IndustryNew Economic Policy and Labour[Part 25 - This Week]6. The New Economic Policy: Politics and the EconomyThe Inner Party Struggle - 0:30The Party State - 25:46Instituting Law - 40:20[Part 26?]6. The New Economic Policy: Politics and the Economy[Part 27 - 30?]7. The New Economic Policy: Society and Culture[Part 31?]ConclusionFigure 6.1 - 4:33Soviet leaders in 1919. From left, Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin, Mikhail Kalinin.[see on www.abnormalmapping.com/leftist-reading-rss/2022/2/15/leftist-reading-russia-in-revolution-part-25]Footnotes:54) 1:33V. P. Vilkova (ed.), VKP(b): vnutripartiinaia bor'ba v dvadtsatye gody: dokumenty i materialy, 1923g. (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2004).55) 2:05.56) 2:53Gimpel'son, Formirovanie, 177.57) 5:38Moshe Lewin, Lenin's Last Struggle (London: Faber, 1969).58) 11:05For an interesting interpretation of the inner-party conflict that sees it as rooted in an underlying difference between ‘revivalist' and ‘technicist' types of Bolshevism, see Priestland, Stalinism, ch. 2.59) 12:06Richard B. Day, Leon Trotsky and the Politics of Economic Isolation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973).60) 13:07Stephen F. Cohen, Bukharin and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Political Biography, 1888–1938 (New York: Knopf, 1973).61) 14:31David R. Stone, Hammer and Rifle: The Militarization of the Soviet Union 1926–1933 (Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 2000).62) 15:24G. L. Olekh, Krovnye uzy: RKP(b) i ChK/GPU v pervoi polovine 1920-x godov: mekhanizm vzaimootnoshenii (Novosibirsk: NGAVT 1999), 92–3.63) 18:08Stephen Kotkin, Stalin: Paradoxes of Power, 1878–1928 (London: Penguin, 2015), 432.64) 18:31Harris, ‘Stalin as General Secretary, in Davies and Harris (eds), Stalin: A New History, 63–82 (69).65) 20:!2Excellent biographies of Stalin include Robert Service, Stalin: A Biography (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2004); Oleg V. Khlevniuk, Stalin: New Biography of a Dictator (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2015).66) 22:14I. V. Stalin, ‘The October Revolution and the Tactics of the Russian Communists', .67) 23:27James Harris, ‘Stalin and Stalinism', The Oxford Handbook of Modern Russian History, Oxford Handbooks Online,1–21 (6).68) 24:18Alfred J. Rieber, ‘Stalin as Georgian: The Formative Years', in Davies and Harris (eds), Stalin: A New History, 18–44.69) 24:34E. A. Rees, Political Thought from Machiavelli to Stalin (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2004), 222.70) 25:17 ‘Stalin i krizis proletarskoi diktatury', .71) 27:09R. W. Davies, The Industrialization of Soviet Russia, vol. 3: The Soviet Economy in Turmoil (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 1929), xxiii.72) 27:55Heinzen says 70,000 were employed in the Commissariat of Agriculture by the end of the decade. Heinzen, Inventing, 2.73) 29:13Michael Voslenskii, Nomenklatura: The Soviet Ruling Class (New York: Doubleday, 1984); Harris, ‘Stalin as General Secretary', 69.74) 31:15Shkaratan, Problemy, 272.75) 32:00Golos Naroda, 199.76) 32:50Graeme Gill, Origins of the Stalinist Political System (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990), 118.77) 34:28Sheila Fitzpatrick, Education and Social Mobility in the Soviet Union, 1921–1934 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979).78) 38:31E. A. Wood, The Baba and the Comrade: Gender and Politics in Revolutionary Russia (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997).79) 39:10Wendy Z. Goldman, Women, the State and Revolution: Soviet Family Policy and Social Life, 1917–1936 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), 111.80) 39:35Olekh, Krovnye uzy, 90.81) 40:09Golos naroda, 152.82) 41:19Nikita Petrov, ‘Les Transformations du personnel des organes de sécurité soviétiques, 1922–1953', Cahiers du monde russe, 22:2 (2001), 375–96 (376).83) 41:47S. A. Krasil'nikov, Na izlomakh sotsial'noi struktury: marginaly v poslerevoliutsionnom rossiiskom obshchestve (1917—konets 1930-kh godov) (Novosibirsk: NGU, 1998), table 4.84) 42:33V. K. Vinogradov, ‘Ob osobennostiakh informatsionnykh materialov OGPU kak istochnik po istorii sovetskogo obshchestva', in ‘Sovershenno sekretno': Liubianka- Stalinu o polozhenii v strane (1922–1934), vol. 1, part 1: 1922–23 (Moscow: RAN, 2001), 31–7685) 43:42Roger Pethybridge, One Step Backwards, Two Steps Forward: Soviet Society and Politics in the New Economic Policy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990).86) 44:44Solomon, Soviet Criminal Justice.87) 45:38Neil B. Weissman, ‘Local Power in the 1920s: Police and Administrative Reform', in Theodore Taranovski (ed.), Reform in Modern Russian History (Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center and Cambridge University Press, 1995), 265–89.88) 45:59Neil Weissman, ‘Policing the NEP Countryside', in Sheila Fitzpatrick, A. Rabinowitch, and R. Stites (eds), Russia in the Era of NEP (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991), 174–91 (177); R. S. Mulukaev and N. N. Kartashov, Militsiia Rossii (1917–1993gg.) (Orël: Oka, 1995), 43.89) 46:48Joan Neuberger, Hooliganism: Crime, Culture and Power in St Petersburg, 1900–1914 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993).90) 47:09Tracy McDonald, Face to the Village: The Riazan Countryside under Soviet Rule, 1921–1930 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011), 90.91) 47:41David A. Newman, ‘Criminal Strategies and Institutional Concerns in the Soviet Legal System: An Analysis of Criminal Appeals in Moscow Province, 1921–28', Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA (2013), 183.

New Books in Sociology
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Eastern European Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Eastern European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/eastern-european-studies

New Books in Urban Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Urban Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Public Policy
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in British Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

New Books in Economics
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

New Books in German Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in European Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/russian-studies

New Books Network
Matthias Bernt, "The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg" (Wiley, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 57:23


The Commodification Gap: Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg (Wiley, 2022) provides an insightful institutionalist perspective on the field of gentrification studies. The book explores the relationship between the operation of gentrification and the institutions underpinning - but also influencing and restricting - it in three neighborhoods in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg. Matthias Bernt demonstrates how different institutional arrangements have resulted in the facilitation, deceleration or alteration of gentrification across time and place. The book is based on empirical studies conducted in Great Britain, Germany and Russia and contains one of the first-ever English language discussions of gentrification in Germany and Russia. It begins with an examination of the limits of the widely established “rent-gap” theory and proposes the novel concept of the “commodification gap.” It then moves on to explore how different institutional contexts in the UK, Germany and Russia have framed the conditions for these gaps to enable gentrification. The Commodification Gap is an indispensable resource for researchers and academics studying human geography, housing studies, urban sociology and spatial planning. Anna Zhelnina holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Helsinki. To learn more, visit her website or follow Anna on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
英文名著分集阅读 马克·吐温《汤姆索亚历险记》 part8

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 5:30 Very Popular


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain原文Chapter VIII: The TreasureTom went into the dark tunnel.He saw alight and heard a noise."Who is looking for us?" he thought.Suddenly he saw a hand with a candle.Then he saw a man. It was Injun Joe!Tom was terribly scared.But it was dark and Injun Joe did not see Tom.Injun Joe went away quickly.Tom returned to Becky but he did not tell her about Injun Joe.She was very weak.It was Tuesday and in St Petersburg everyone was worried.Where were Tom and Becky?Many people from the village went to the cave and looked for them.But they could not find them.Mrs Thatcher became very ill and Aunt Polly's hair became white.Then on Tuesday night there was a lot of noise in the streets of St Petersburg."They're here! Becky and Tom are here!" cried the people happily.No one went to sleep that night.Everyone listened to Tom's story about his adventure in the cave."We were lost for along time. We were hungry and scared.Then remembered the string in my pocket.I used the long string to help me. I went down many tunnels.And I always returned to Becky because I followed the string.Then I found another entrance to the cave.It was very small and it was near the river."Tom and Becky were happy but very tired and hungry.Becky stayed in bed for many days because she was weak.Tom stayed in bed for a few days too.Sometime after the adventure in the cave, Tom went to visit Becky.Mr Thatcher asked Tom, "Do you want to go to the cave again?""Oh, I'm not afraid of the cave," said Tom."Well, nobody is going into the cave again. There are big doors in front of the entrance now. And I have the keys," said Mr Thatcher."What!" Tom's face became white."Is something wrong, Tom?" asked Mr Thatcher."Injun Joe's in the cave!" cried Tom.Many men from St Petersburg went to the cave and opened the big doors.They found Injun Joe on the ground. He was dead.After Injun Joe's funeral Tom went to see Huck."Now that Injun Joe's dead, we'll never find the money," said Huck sadly."Listen, Huck," said Tom, "I know where the money is" "Really?" asked Huck with big eyes."The money is in the cave! I saw Injun Joe in the cave. Why was he in the cave? Because he took the money there," said Tom."Say it again, Tom," said Huck."The money's in the cave and we can take it.""But we'll get lost in the cave," said Huck."No, we won't. I've got candles and a long string. Let's go and get a boat!" said Tom.They took a small boat and went down the Mississippi River to McDougal's Cave."Look, Huck, here's the other entrance," said Tom."It's very small," said Huck.Tom and Huck went into the cave.They were careful and used the long string to help them.Tom suddenly stopped and said, "I saw Injun Joe here." "His ghost is probably here too," said Huck, "Let's go now!""His ghost isn't here. It's probably at the other entrance.""Well, alright. But let's hurry," said Huck.Tom looked around slowly and then cried, "Look, here's the cross!"There was a black cross on the wall of the cave."You're right! It's the cross!" said Huck. "Let's dig under the cross."They dug and dug. Finally they found a small room.There was a small bed, some old candles and a few bottles.And there was the treasure box!They opened it and saw the gold and silver coins."We're rich, Tom, we're rich! cried Huck, "This is wonderful!""I always knew it!" said Tom, "Now let's take our treasure and leave."They followed the long string and were soon out of the cave.The two boys took their treasure to Aunt Polly's house.A lot of people in St Petersburg saw the boys and the treasure.They followed them to Aunt Polly's house.Aunt Polly was surprised to see the boys and all the people."Tom, what's in that old box?" she asked.Tom opened the treasure box.Everyone was amazed.They looked at all the silver and gold coins.There was $12,000!Tom told his long story about Injun Joe and the treasure.It was a great story and the people listened with their eyes wide open.Now Tom and Huck were rich and famous in St Petersburg!

Those Conspiracy Guys
Rasputin

Those Conspiracy Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 375:50 Very Popular


On this episode we discuss one of the most maligned and mysterious figures from modern history; a man who is as famous for his death as for his life, and someone like him would put the willies up anyone in power because he was an uncontrollable and unpredictable force; this episode is all about Rasputin. Shambling into St Petersburg from the Siberian countryside in the early days of the 20th century; is how most people would view the tale of Rasputin; but the truth is often stranger. As part of a campaign of popularity and spectacle in a turn of the century royal socialite influencer class, Rasputin was invited to the royal court as part of some sort of esoteric oddity and was so charming he managed to become one of the Tsarinas closest advisors. Rasputins massive shlong and love making prowess is also part of the legend and this, along with his unroyal blood made the movers and shakers in Romanov controlled Russia quite nervous. Rasputin was rumoured to be utterly debauched and his strange unkempt appearance, his uncouth charm and his loose morals meant that he was a threat to the status quo. The legendary tale of the assassination of Rasputin probably over shadows anything he did in life and is itself wrought with rumour and inconsistency. Murdered by jealous royal in-laws, Rasputin's legend endures and we go deep and long on it for this episode! ________________________ Joining me for this one are comedians Tom O'Mahony and Micky Bartlett and we get deep on The Mad Monk. You should give the lads a follow and look for their live shows and their own podcasts. You can find links for Tom O'Mahony here https://linktr.ee/tomomahony including his podcast Buckshot and all tickets for his live shows and other cool stuff like his Patreon page or follow on instagram @tomomahonycomedy You can find Micky Bartlett on his podcast website here https://www.deckchairandyumz.com and there are links to all the tour dates, his Patreon page, videos, merch and all that jazz and follow on instagram @micky_bartlett I will be doing a live-chat very soon after publication of this episode and I invite you all to watch (and if you're a Patreon you can even join in) where we discuss some more of the intricacies of this story. Enjoy! ________________________ If you want to follow TCG on social platforms including the TCG Guilded Server; watch video versions of the livestream podcast and documentaries; or even join in on live chats about current events; buy TCG merch; get notifications of tickets you can buy to upcoming live stage shows or any other way to connect with me; all the available links, info and instructions you can find by clicking this link http://www.taplink.cc/thoseconspiracyguys If you want to throw a few bucks up the internet to support the show on Patreon you can get exclusive Patreon-Only content; all seasons of ad-free episodes; exclusive access to live chats and private social media like Instagram and Guilded and a whole load of other stuff click here http://bit.ly/TCG-Patreon where you can get all this from just $2 per month subscription or an annual one-time payment with a month free! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Florida's Fresh Mix
Episode 41: Dr. Sandra Marie of St. Petersburg on Spirituality and Wild Soul Gatherings

Florida's Fresh Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 63:01


Spirituality can look different for everyone. Whether you're involved with organized religion or you look to the stars, we all can be somewhat spiritually curious from time to time. Our guest today has pondered the spiritual realms all her life. Dr. Sandra Marie is the Founder of Wild Soul Gatherings and the host of Happy Hour for the Spiritually Curious podcast. She tells Gerard about her experience working as a nurse in the Middle East. She also shares how she transitioned away from a 40-year nursing career to helping others on their spiritual journeys as a Reiki Master. Listen in and learn something new today! Host: Gerard Legagneur Guest: Dr. Sandra Marie of Wild Soul Gatherings Link: Happy Hour for the Spiritually Curious Podcast Links: Dr. Sandra Marie's Facebook | Instagram | YouTube DONATE: Gerard's Guitars Over Guns fundraiser! Visit The Fresh Mix Website: FreshMixPodcast.com Follow The Fresh Mix on Social Media: Instagram | Twitter Email the Show: FreshMix@FloridaPodcastNetwork.com Executive Producer: Jaime Legagneur Lead Content Producer: Amber Amortegui Additional Support Provided by: Listeners Like You and Flint Stone Media ------------------------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Partner with FPN: Become the voice of YOUR segment of Florida!! From sponsoring episode segments through creating and growing your own branded show, we have the solution to promote you while we promote Florida! FPN Media Kit We are currently boarding shows to build out our network. And, you don't want to miss ANY of the new hosts and podcasts were have joining us. Search for and subscribe to “Florida Podcast Network” on iTunes and all your favorite podcast players to get more of this and ALL our shows. Become a Patron: Have a suggestion for the Network? Join us in the FPN Insiders group on Facebook and let us know!    FPN:  Check out the other shows on the Florida Podcast Network

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed
Fresh Mix Podcast - Episode 41: Dr. Sandra Marie of St. Petersburg on Spirituality and Wild Soul Gatherings

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 63:01


Spirituality can look different for everyone. Whether you're involved with organized religion or you look to the stars, we all can be somewhat spiritually curious from time to time. Our guest today has pondered the spiritual realms all her life. Dr. Sandra Marie is the Founder of Wild Soul Gatherings and the host of Happy Hour for the Spiritually Curious podcast. She tells Gerard about her experience working as a nurse in the Middle East. She also shares how she transitioned away from a 40-year nursing career to helping others on their spiritual journeys as a Reiki Master. Listen in and learn something new today! Host: Gerard Legagneur Guest: Dr. Sandra Marie of Wild Soul Gatherings Link: Happy Hour for the Spiritually Curious Podcast Links: Dr. Sandra Marie's Facebook | Instagram | YouTube DONATE: Gerard's Guitars Over Guns fundraiser! Visit The Fresh Mix Website: FreshMixPodcast.com Follow The Fresh Mix on Social Media: Instagram | Twitter Email the Show: FreshMix@FloridaPodcastNetwork.com Executive Producer: Jaime Legagneur Lead Content Producer: Amber Amortegui Additional Support Provided by: Listeners Like You and Flint Stone Media ------------------------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Partner with FPN: Become the voice of YOUR segment of Florida!! From sponsoring episode segments through creating and growing your own branded show, we have the solution to promote you while we promote Florida! FPN Media Kit We are currently boarding shows to build out our network. And, you don't want to miss ANY of the new hosts and podcasts were have joining us. Search for and subscribe to “Florida Podcast Network” on iTunes and all your favorite podcast players to get more of this and ALL our shows. Become a Patron: Have a suggestion for the Network? Join us in the FPN Insiders group on Facebook and let us know!    FPN:  Check out the other shows on the Florida Podcast Network

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
英文名著分集阅读 马克·吐温《汤姆索亚历险记》 part7

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 5:34 Very Popular


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain原文Chapter VII: McDougal's CaveIt was Becky Thatcher's birthday on Saturday and all of Becky's friends were happy and excited."I'm having a big picnic near the river," said Becky to Tom, "After the picnic we can visit McDougal's Cave.""It'll be great fun!" said Tom. He liked Becky a lot.On Saturday morning a big boat took Becky, Tom and their friends down the river.There were no mothers and fathers, but a few boys and girls were eighteen years old.There were a lot of good things to eat and everyone ate, played and had fun.After the picnic the children went to visit McDougal's Cave.Everybody had candles because it was dark inside the cave.Some children were afraid but they all went in.Caves are exciting and mysterious.McDougal's Cave was very, very big.It had hundreds of tunnels, rooms and secret passages.No one knew all of them.The children played and ran in the tunnels and in the rooms.But they always played near the entrance.They did not want to get lost.Tom and Becky wanted to find an ew tunnel.They walked and walked and soon they were alone.Where were the other children? They were lost!In the evening the other children returned to the boat.They laughed and talked, but they were very tired.They did not see that Tom and Becky were not there.The boat took them back to St Petersburg.Huck saw the boat but he did not know about the picnic.The mothers of St Petersburg did not like him.They never invited him to birthday picnics.But tonight Huck was not interested in birthday picnics.He was interested in Injun Joe's treasure.He hid behind a tree and watched an old house."Injun Joe's in that old house," he thought, "I'll stay here and wait. When he comes out I'll follow him and I'll find the treasure."It was late and very dark.Soon two men came out.It was Injun Joe and his friend.Huck followed them quietly."They're going to Widow Douglas's house," thought Huck, "But why?"Suddenly the two men stopped.Injun Joe said, "Many years ago Widow Douglas's husband was very cruel to me. Now I want to hurt the widow. I want to cut her face, her nose and her ears. And you must help me.""Oh, please don't kill her," said his friend. Injun Joe laughed.Huck heard this and wanted to run away.But he remembered that Widow Douglas was kind to him."I must help her," thought Huck, "These men want to kill the poor old woman!"Huck ran quickly to Bill Welsh's house. "Mr Welsh, help, help!"Mr Welsh opened the door. "Mr Welsh, please help me! Two men want to kill Widow Douglas!"Mr Welsh and his sons took their rifles.They ran to the widow's house.Suddenly there was a loud shot.Injun Joe and his friend escaped, but the widow was not hurt.The next morning Huck returned to see Mr Welsh."You're a courageous boy, Huck," said Mr Welsh, "You saved the widow's life. The two men escaped but we'll find them. Sit down and have breakfast with us!"Huck was happy because he saved the widow's life. And now he had new friends, Mr Welsh and his family.That morning all the people of St Petersburg knew about Tom and Becky and they were very worried. Where were they?Tom and Becky were lost in McDougal's Cave.They did not know what to do. Theywere both afraid.Tom took Becky's hand. They walked and walked.Tom wanted to find the entrance of the cave, but he couldn't.Tom and Becky entered a big room with a lot of black bats.It was terrible. The bats flew over their heads and when Tom and Becky ran away the bats followed them.Finally the bats went away.Becky looked at Tom and said, "Tom, where are we?""I don't know, Becky."They continued walking in the dark tunnels.They were both tired and hungry. Becky started crying."No one will ever find us, Tom. There are too many tunnels and rooms. Oh, we're going to die here!""We'll get out of this cave, Becky, you'll see," said Tom.They ate their last piece of cake.Soon their last candle went out. Everything was dark.What time was it? What day was it? They didn't know.They were tired and slept.When they woke up they were very hungry. Suddenly, Tom heard a noise."Listen, Becky! Did you hear a noise? Someone is looking for us!Becky looked at Tom and smiled. "I'm going to see. You stay here, Becky!" said Tom.

Hunkering Down With Peter Schorsch
State of Play: Midterms

Hunkering Down With Peter Schorsch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 63:29


Peter chats with political operatives from both parties — Anthony Pedicini, Steve Vancore, Michael Worley and Brad Herold — to give listeners a lay of the land leading up to Florida's Midterm Elections, both at the top and down ballot.

Lost Spaces
"Why The F&*k Are You Talking To My Husband?" - with Marko and Tony from Relationsh!t Podcast

Lost Spaces

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:21


* This episode is sponsored by Spaces, the new group chat app for queer communities - find out more at https://www.queerspaces.com/ (and, come join the Lost Queer Spaces Space after you've set up your profile! * This week we are talking all about L-O-V-E love... And, yeah, I know, this isn't the content that you're used to from me, so I totally understand if you feel a bit confused and queasy right now, but I promise you that there's a good ol' dollop of cynicism peppered throughout the conversation. That is not going anywhere! My guests this week are Tony and Marko, a real-life married couple, who are the co-hosts of the Relationsh!t Podcast. And, their story begins at a gay bar. Georgie's Alibi, a bar in St Petersburg, Florida, is where they first met in the year 2009. We talk about dating disasters, possessiveness, and... ugh... the nesting phase! Do you have any memories of Georgie's Alibi, or clubbing from your own queer scene that you want to share? Well, if you have please get in touch - I want to create the biggest online record of people's memories and stories - go to www.lostspacespodcast.com and find the section 'Share a Lost Space' and tell me what you got up to! Bonus points for embarrassing photos! You can also find me on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lostspacespod), Instagram (www.instagram.com/lostspacespod) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/lostspacespod) Find out more about Marko and Tony by listening to Relationsh!t wherever you find podcasts, or follow them all over socials - https://www.instagram.com/podrelationshit/ https://www.instagram.com/thecritellis/ https://twitter.com/podrelationshit https://www.facebook.com/podrelationshit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/k-anderson/message

This Day in History Class
Russian despot Vladimir Putin is born - October 7th, 1952

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 14:24


On this day in 1952, Vladimir Putin was born in the Soviet city of Leningrad, now known as St. Petersburg, Russia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sonography Lounge
EP30. Ultrasound, Fat Loss, Muscle Gaines, and Treatment of Incontinence with EmSculpt and EmSella Featuring Dr. John Broussard of Alliance Regen and Rehab

The Sonography Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 29:38


The Sonography Lounge Hosts Lori and Trisha sit down with Dr. John Broussard to talk about the use of ultrasound in conjunction with the EmSculpt Neo and EmSella technology to track fat loss, muscle gain, and the treatment of incontinence. Dr. John Broussard is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine and specializes in both regenerative and osteopathic manipulative medicine. He earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida and completed his residency training in Family Medicine at an osteopathic hospital, practicing in the urgent care setting. He then followed to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Institute for Non-Surgical Orthopedics in Florida. In 2014, he integrated ultrasound into his practice for diagnostics and guided interventional procedures. Dr. Broussard is the co-founder of Alliance Regen and Rehab in downtown St Petersburg, FL. In 2020 he and his brother opened their sports medicine practice to provide effective solutions to athletes and active adults to quickly overcome injuries and get back to the activities they love.” Dr. Broussard has provided skills-based labs, supervised residents and medical students in osteopathic and sports medicine clinical settings, and presented at state conferences. He believes in using integrative medicine to help patients receive comprehensive care in one setting.   Find Dr. Broussard at: Alliance Regen & Rehab: https://www.thealliancerx.com/ Address: 111 Second Ave NE, Unit 1401, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701, United States Phone: +1 727 258 7224   CME and Cross-training resources: Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute (Training materials and programs): www.gcus.com   Societies and Certification Agencies: American College of Radiology: https://www.acr.org/ Sonographer / Physician: American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS): www.ardms.org Physicians: Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement (APCA): www.APCA.org Point of Care Healthcare Providers: Point of Care Certification Academy (POCUS): www.pocus.org Sonographer / Physician: Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI): www.cci-online.org  American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: https://www.aium.org/   Want to become a Sonographer? Find an accredited long term Ultrasound Program:  https://www.caahep.org/Students/Find-a-Program.aspx

The Fourcast
Is Vladimir Putin losing control?

The Fourcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 26:41


Russia's Vladimir Putin is obsessed with his legacy. He has compared himself to Peter the Great, the tsar who founded St Petersburg and created the modern Russian empire. That was Putin's plan but with Ukrainian forces now pushing back and Russian men fleeing the country, it's not going the way he had hoped. So is he losing his hold on power? We speak to Angela Stent, an author, professor and an expert in all things Russia and Putin. She explains that while Putin's legacy is damaged and his hold on power is slightly weaker - it's too early to say if this is the beginning of the end for the Russian leader. Sources: AP Archive Produced by Freya Pickford

Media Roots Radio
The 2001 Anthrax Attacks 21 Years Later & How the Hoax Letters Prove a Conspiracy

Media Roots Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 130:14


Robbie Martin is joined by Max aka Compostghoul, a researcher and Media Roots collaborator who has been working with Robbie to turn previous Media Roots anthrax investigative podcasts into long form written pieces. They start by giving their opinions about what was good and bad about the new Netflix documentary: Anthrax, In the Shadow of 9/11. Halfway through the podcast Robbie and Max emphasize how the recently unearthed abandoned St Petersburg hoax letters thread alone undermines the entire FBI case about Bruce Ivins, possibly the strongest evidence point at the current moment that proves that the anthrax attacks must have been the work of at least 2 individuals, but probably more. In the last third Robbie throws out darker possibilities for suspects, including the liklihood that whoever conducted the 2001 anthrax attacks had foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks and was planning the anthrax attack before 9/11 actually occured. Robbie mentions several crucial previous Media Roots works on the 2001 anthrax attacks throughout the podcast, please see all the links below: Schrödinger's Super Patriot : The 2001 Anthrax Mystery (true crime long form investigative podcast w/ Abby Martin) https://soundcloud.com/media-roots/schrodingers-super-patriot-the-2001-anthrax-mystery-pt-1-of-2 American Anthrax 1.5 (video documentary from 2015) https://youtu.be/0PqU7dXEirU The Anthrax Cache .4 (a massive cache of public documents compiled by Robbie Martin and Gumby collecting together vital information about the anthrax attacks) https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DD92jEbey5c6FIqbpmjTyFutApNW--ue?usp=sharing Amerithrax 20th Anniversary: St Petersburg Letters, Bruce Ivins' Bilocation & the Anthrax Timeline https://soundcloud.com/media-roots/amerithrax-20th-anniversary-st-petersburg-letters-the-anthrax-timeline-bruce-irvins-bilocation?ref=clipboard&p=a&c=0&si=6ce8a1f7f10b4dc092f78acdbb2c2dc2 the Enquirer, BioOne, Sabre, Anthrax, AMI, Rudy Giuliani, David Pecker, Rustine, Manafort & Marcor https://soundcloud.com/media-roots/the-enquirer-bioone-sabre-anthrax-ami-rudy-giuliani-david-pecker-rustine-manafort-marcor Kathy Nguyen the Anthrax Victim FBI Called a Terrorist & Swabbing Hijacker Remains in Shanksville https://soundcloud.com/media-roots/kathy-nguyen-the-anthrax-victim-fbi-called-a-terrorist-swabbing-hijacker-remains-in-shanksville The Florida 2001 Attacks Event Map compiled by Robbie Martin https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=10jYWhDZQN36arFw6K5sVy_i146uE3Zsx&usp=sharing

St. Pete X
Ep. 84: Peter Belmont - Preserve the Burg

St. Pete X

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 38:16


Peter Belmont see cities through a special lens. It reveals to him the elements - the buildings, districts, and neighborhoods - that comprise the DNA of a place. From this DNA comes character, the character that shapes a community that in turn shapes our individual lives. Experience has shown Peter that not everyone can see the connection between the elements and the outcome. Newer, bigger, more profitable projects are enticing. There's a lot of money and political gain to be had from such 'progress'. But those short term gains can lead to long term losses for a city if they mutate its DNA too much. Peter has dedicated much of his life to preserving a healthy civic DNA. As a lawyer, an advocate and a historian Peter has been a multi-faceted champion for St Petersburg. He is willing to go toe to toe in the court room and step by step on walking tours.  His impact on St Petersburg is immense and worth celebrating, and that's what we do in we do in episode 84 of St Pete X.

America at a Crossroads
Ruth Ben Ghiat and Larry Diamond: Strongmen - How They Rise, Why They Succeed, How They Fall

America at a Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 59:17


高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
英文名著分集阅读 马克·吐温《汤姆索亚历险记》 part5

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 3:11


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain词汇提示1.trial 审判原文Chapter V: The TrialSome weeks later it was time for Muff Potter's trial.Everyone in the village talked about it. Tom and Huck were worried."Huck, did you tell anyone about - that?" asked Tom. "About what?" answered Huck."You know what," said Tom."Oh, of course not," said Huck."Poor old Muff. I'm very sorry for him. People say he's a killer. But it's not true. And they'll hang him!" said Tom."I'm sorry for Muff too. But we can't tell anyone about Injun Joe," said Huck, "Poor Muff is a kind man. Once he gave me half a fish.""And once he helped me with my kite," said Tom, "I want to help him.""Let's go to the jail and take him something to eat," said Huck.They went to the small jail and they saw Muff.He was happy to see them."No one remembers old Muff any more.But you're my friends and you remember me.Thank you, boys!" said Muff smiling.Now Tom felt terrible. He was worried about the trial.He could not sleep at night.Everyone in the village went to Muff Potter's trial.Muff looked old, tired and unhappy.Injun Joe was at the trial too.During the trial there were many questions and answers.All the answers were against old Muff.Then the lawyer said, "Call Thomas Sawyer!"Everyone was surprised and looked at Tom.Why did the lawyer call Tom Sawyer?"Thomas Sawyer, where were you on June 17 at midnight?"Tom looked quickly at Injun Joe.He waited a few moments and then said, "I was in the graveyard.""Were you near Hoss Williams's grave?" asked the lawyer."Yes, sir," said Tom."Why were you there?" asked the lawyer."I went there to see ghosts, with a – a dead cat."Everyone laughed."What did you see in the graveyard? Tell us what happened," said the lawyer.Tom told his story and the people of St Petersburg listened to him.They were very surprised.".….and then Muff Potter fell to the ground and Injun Joe took Muff's knife and - "Tom suddenly heard a very loud noise.Injun Joe jumped out of the window and disappeared!Tom became the hero of St Petersburg.He saved Muff Potter's life.Tom's days were happy but his nights were not.At night he had terrible dreams about Injun Joe.The days passed and no one could find Injun Joe.

WBEN Extras
Robert Waechter and Gordon Webber of St. Petersburg on the hurricane and getting the last flight direct from Tampa Bay to Buffalo

WBEN Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 2:27


Robert Waechter and Gordon Webber of St. Petersburg on the hurricane and getting the last flight direct from Tampa Bay to Buffalo

Ukrainecast
Nord Stream leaks: Sabotage?

Ukrainecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 31:20


The EU believes leaks in the two Nord Stream two gas pipelines from Russia were caused deliberately. Patricia Lewis, who specialises in International Security, gives Lucy and Irena her take on the situation and explains how Europe might respond. Moscow says four occupied areas of Ukraine have voted overwhelmingly in favour of becoming part of Russia. Ukraine and its allies have denounced the referendums as a total sham, but could people living there now be told to fight in the Russian army against Ukrainians? Also, we hear from a warehouse worker in St Petersburg who says he can't afford to leave Russia and would rather go to prison than be sent to fight in Ukraine. And Olga Sekliy, a paramedic in Kharkiv, describes the shocking injuries she's seen while rescuing people injured in the shelling. The series producer is Estelle Doyle. The producers are Ivana Davidovic and Arsenii Sokolov. The planning producer, Louise Hidalgo. The technical producers, Emma Crowe and Neil Churchill. The assistant editor is Alison Gee. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall. Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram to +44 330 1239480.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Richard Arnold: US correspondent as Hurricane Ian smashes into Cuba, Florida evacuating

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 3:31


Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane, with nothing to stop it from intensifying into a catastrophic Category 4 storm before it crashes ashore in Florida, where officials ordered 2.5 million people to evacuate. Ian made landfall at 4.30am EDT Tuesday in Cuba's Pinar del Rio province, where officials set up 55 shelters, evacuated 50,000 people, rushed in emergency personnel and took steps to protect crops in the nation's main tobacco-growing region. The US National Hurricane Center said "significant wind and storm surge impacts" occurred Tuesday morning in western Cuba. Ian struck with sustained top winds of 205km/h. As much as 4.3m of storm surge was predicted along Cuba's coast.   Traffic builds along Interstate 4 in Tampa, Florida as Hurricane Ian approaches. Photo / Willie J. Allen Jr, Orlando Sentinel via AP Ian was forecast to strengthen even more over warm Gulf of Mexico waters, reaching top winds of 225km/h as it approaches Florida's southwest coast. Tropical storm-force winds were expected across the southern peninsula late Tuesday, reaching hurricane force Wednesday morning. "Right now we're focusing on west central Florida area as the main area for impact," hurricane specialist Andy Latto told The Associated Press on Tuesday. Shoppers at the Costco store in Altamonte Springs, Florida grab bottles of water from the last pallet in stock. Photo / Joe Burbank, Orlando Sentinel via AP With tropical storm-force winds extending 185km from Ian's centre, damage was expected across a wide area of Florida, regardless of where Ian makes landfall. The hurricane centre expanded its storm surge warning to the peninsula's Atlantic coast, and expanded its tropical storm warning from Boca Raton to Brunswick, Georgia — a distance of about 603km. Waves crash against a seawall as Hurricane Ian passes through George Town, Grand Cayman island. Photo / Kevin Morales, AP Gil Gonzalez boarded his windows with plywood Tuesday and had sandbags ready to protect his Tampa home from flooding. He and his wife had stocked up on bottled water and packed torches, battery packs for their cellphones and a camp stove with a large propane burner as they got ready to evacuate. "All the prized possessions, we've put them upstairs in a friend's house and nearby, and we've got the car loaded," Gonzalez said. He added: "I think we're ready." Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said an estimated 2.5 million people were under evacuation orders. He urged people to prepare for power outages and to get out of its way. "When you have five to 10 feet of storm surge, that is not something you want to be a part of," DeSantis said Tuesday. "And Mother Nature is a very fearsome adversary." Hurricane Ian grew stronger as it barreled toward Cuba. Photo / Nasa Worldview, Earth Observing System Data and Information System via AP The hurricane centre expanded its hurricane warning to include Bonita Beach north through Tampa Bay to the Anclote River. Fort Myers is in the hurricane zone, and Tampa and St Petersburg could get their first direct hit by a major hurricane since 1921. "People on the barrier islands who decide not to go, they do so at their own peril," Roger Desjarlais, county manager of Lee County, where Fort Myers is, said early Tuesday. "The best thing they can do is leave." The county issued mandatory evacuations for low-lying areas including Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Bonita Beach, where about 250,000 people live. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, left, speaks as he stands with Kevin Guthrie, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Photo / Chris O'Meara, AP As the storm's centre moved into the Gulf, scenes of destruction emerged in Cuba's world-famous tobacco belt. The owner of the premier Finca Robaina cigar producer posted photos on social media showing wood-and-thatch roofs smashed to the ground, greenhouses in rubble and wagons overturned. "It was apocalyptic, a real disaster," wrote Hirochi Robaina, grandson of the operation's founder. State media published photos showing broad floodwaters flowing through the town of San Juan y Martinez and more than 1 million Cubans were without power Tuesday morning, including all of the western provinces of Pinar del Rio and Artemisa. There were no reports of deaths. A resident uses plastic as protection from the rain in Batabano, Cuba. Photo / Ramon Espinosa, AP Ian's forward movement was expected to slow over the Gulf, enabling the hurricane to grow wider and stronger before it brings punishing wind and water to Florida's west coast. Forecasters said the surge of ocean water could reach 3m if it peaks at high tide. Rainfall could total 410mm with as much as 610mm in isolated areas. Coastal communities could be inundated. In Key West, the airport closed Tuesday as gusty rains from the storm added to a king tide to swamp the streets, prompting animal rescuers to delay venturing out until after Ian passes. In Orlando, Disney World closed four hotels as a precaution while holding off on any decision to shut down its theme parks. Busch Gardens in Tampa closed at least through Thursday. In Florida's northeastern corner, the US Navy said it planned to move ships and aircraft from its base outside Jacksonville. As Hurricane Ian approaches Florida, shopping carts are left abandoned next to empty shelves that stock bottled water at a supermarket. Photo / John Raoux, AP Playing it safe, Nasa was rolling its moon rocket from the launch pad to its Kennedy Space Center hangar, adding weeks of delay to the test flight. The airports in Tampa and St. Petersburg announced they'll close Tuesday afternoon. President Joe Biden also declared an emergency, authorising the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to coordinate disaster relief and provide assistance to protect lives and property. FEMA has strategically positioned generators, millions of meals and millions of litres of water, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said. News crews, tourists and residents take images as high waves from Hurricane Ian crash into the seawall at the Southernmost Point buoy. Photo / Rob O'Neal, The Key West Citizen via AP Damaging winds and flooding are expected across the entire peninsula as Ian moves north, reaching into Georgia, South Carolina and other parts of the southeastern US between Friday and Sunday, the hurricane centre said.  — Cristina Mesquita & Curt Anderson, APSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloody Violent History
Bloody Russia pt 3 - End Game

Bloody Violent History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 73:23


1.  Intro  2. Mindset   3. Defence and Offence   4. Air   5. Artillery   6. Armour   7. Naval   8. Asymmetric Warfare   9. Winter & Spring ThawToday we're going to take a third look at the war being waged by Russia against Ukraine. 215 days have passed since the invasion began. In that time we've seen the Russian offensive stopped and then pushed back from Kiev and now Kharkiv in the east.  And so Putin, inspired perhaps by his St Petersburg's rat story, is doubling down, making threats proclaiming annexed Ukrainian territory is now part of mother Russia, rattling the nuclear sabre. But this won't work, the Ukrainians are winning, they are highly motivated, morale is strong and the culmination approaches. And the endgame for Putin's Russia. Now of course we don't know what will happen to Russia and Putin: perhaps some murky figure from the FSB (ex KGB) will remove Putin and after a couple of days silence we will be introduced to the new leader of the Russian Federation. Or if the Russians get lucky (and the rest of us into the bargain) there will be a citizen's revolution like the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine in February 2014, the war curtailed and a real attempt at democracy beginning in Russia. A third option, Putin is removed by the army, but don't hold your breath on this, the army is a mess and run by incompetents and crooks; as we've seen Sergei Shoigu, head of the army, is an engineer by profession.  Lastly the Russian Federation might just collapse, the empire sundering into a mish-mash of countries and fiefdoms, no doubt ready to argue with their neighbours about borders and some with access to nuclear weapons. We don't want that.No doubt there are other possibilities, but whatever we think, Putin is finished, in some fashion Russia will collapse and most important Ukraine will win the warso it goes,Tom Assheton and James Jackson See also:YouTube: BloodyViolentHistoryhttps://www.instagram.com/bloodyviolenthistory/https://www.jamesjacksonbooks.comhttps://www.tomtom.co.uk If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcast App? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really helps to spread the wordSee https://simplecast.com/privacy/ for privacy information

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Andrew Roth: "the most dangerous moment in Putin's 22 years in power"

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 20:20


The political temperature in Russia is rising after President Putin's mobilisation decree. Last week, he announced that 300,000 reservists would be called up to boost Russia's war in Ukraine. Media reports say people with no military experience - or who are too old or disabled - are being called up. There is growing public opposition to the draft with thousands of Russian men leaving the country to avoid being sent to war, and sporadic protests particularly in Moscow and St Petersburg. Meanwhile the United States has warned Russia of "catastrophic consequences" if nuclear weapons are used. Andrew Roth is the Guardian's Moscow correspondent - he's been in Russia's capital for a decade, previously reporting for The Washington Post. He says this is "the most dangerous moment in Putin's 22 years in power".

The Play Podcast
The Play Podcast - 052 - The Seagull by Anton Chekhov

The Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 61:44


The Play Podcast - 052 - The Seagull by Anton Chekhov Host: Douglas Schatz Guest: Dan Rebellato The Play Podcast is a podcast dedicated to exploring the greatest new and classic plays. In each episode we choose a single play to talk about in depth with our expert guest. We discuss the play's origins, its themes, characters, structure and impact. For us the play is the thing. Anton Chekhov's play The Seagull was a disaster on its opening night in St Petersburg in 1896. The unsettling blend of comedy and pathos that confused the critics and audience were subsequently recognised as seminal in the evolution of modern drama. I'm delighted to welcome back playwright and professor, Dan Rebellato, to talk about Chekhov and his timeless play.

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
英文名著分级阅读level1 汤姆·索亚历险记 part4

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 6:53


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain词汇提示1.sheriff 警长2.jail 监狱3.pirate 海盗4.raft 木筏5.funeral 葬礼原文Chapter four:Jackson's IslandThe next day everyone knew about poor Dr Robinson.The sheriff found Muff Potter's knife near the body of the doctor.He put Muff in St Petersburg's small jail.Tom and Huck looked at each other."We saw Injun Joe kill the doctor," said Torn, "Muff didn't kill him. Poor Muff!""I know," said Huck, "But we mustn't say anything. Remember, Injun Joe is dangerous - very dangerous.I'm sorry for Muff Potter, too."The two boys were afraid."We must keep this secret," said Tom sadly.Tom could not forget.At night he had bad dreams about Injun Joe and Muff Potter.He kept the terrible secret but he was very unhappy.Aunt Polly was worried about him.She gave him a lot of different medicines.But Tom did not feel better.He was unhappy at school too.Becky Thatcher didn't talk to him anymore."No one loves me," thought Tom, "What a horrible life!"It was now summer and there was no more school.Tom and his friend Joe Harper went to sit by the Mississippi River.They fished, talked and looked at the boats.One day Tom said, "Let's go do something exciting!""OK!" said Joe, "But where can we go and what can we do?""Let's run away! We can go and live on Jackson's Island. We can be pirates. A pirate's life is exciting," said Tom.Jackson's Island was a small island in the Mississippi River.It was about three miles south of St Petersburg.No one lived on the island."Huckleberry Finn can come with us too," said Tom, "Remember, Joe, don't you're your mother, father or anyone about our adventure. Go home and bring some food. We'll meet here at midnight."Tom and Joe were excited. At midnight the three boys met on the river.Tom brought some meat to eat.Joe brought some bread and Huck brought a frying pan.They found a small raft and they went down the river to Jackson's Island.When they arrived on the island, they made a fire and cooked some meat."This is fun!" said Joe."We're free and we can do everything we want!" said Tom."What do pirates do?" asked Huck."They go on ships and take the money. Then they go to an island and hide it in a secret place," said Tom.The three boys were happy and slept under the stars.The next morning, they went swimming in the river.Then they went fishing.They cooked the fish on the fire and ate it.It was delicious.After breakfast they walked around the island and went swimming again.In the afternoon they sat around the fire and ate some meat.Suddenly Tom said, "Can you hear a strange noise? Listen!""What is it?" asked Joe."Let's go and see," said Huck.They ran to the river.They saw a steamboat and a lot of small boats near it."Every boat from St Petersburg is out on the river," said Joe, "What's happening?""They're looking for a dead body," said Huck, "The same thing happened last summer when Bill Turner fell into the river and drowned."The three boys felt like heroes and laughed."The people of St Petersburg are looking for us. They're talking about us. We're famous!" said Tom happily.This was an exciting adventure for Tom, Huck and Joe! They felt like real pirates on Jackson's island.The boats and the steamboat went away.The boys went fishing again and had fish for dinner.Then they slept under the stars.But Tom could not sleep.The next morning, he wasn't there."Where's Tom?" asked Joe. "I don't know," said Huck.After a few minutes Huck said, "Look! Tom's swimming in the river. He's coming to the island."Tom told them his story."Last night I couldn't sleep. I thought about Aunt Polly. So I went home but no one saw me. I saw Aunt Polly and your mother, Joe. Poor Aunt Polly cried a lot. And your mother was very sad too. Everyone thinks we're dead. I heard some interesting things.""What did you hear?" asked Huck."Well, there will be a funeral for us on Sunday at the church," said Tom.Huck andJoe looked at him with big eyes. "And now I have a great idea. Listen - "Tom told Huck and Joe his great idea.They liked it and laughed.Sunday was the day of the funeral.There were no happy faces in St Petersburg.Everyone in the village was in the small church.Aunt Polly, Sid, Mary and Joe Harper's family were all dressed in black.The Reverend said many kind words about the three boys.The boys' families cried and cried.Becky Thatcher cried.Everyone cried a lot.Suddenly there was a noise at the church door.The Reverend looked up and stopped speaking.Everyone in the church turned around and looked.Their mouths opened.The three dead boys slowly walked into the church.Tom was first, then Joe and then Huck.There was great silence for a moment.Then Aunt Polly, Mary and Joe's mother ran to the boys.They kissed Tom and Joe.Aunt Polly cried and then she laughed. Poor Huck did not know what to do.No one kissed him.He started moving away but Tom stopped him."Aunt Polly, it's not right. Somebody must be happy to see Huck," said Tom. "Oh, you're right Tom!" cried Aunt Polly and she kissed Huck.Tom was very proud of his great idea.Then the Reverend said, "Let us sing and be happy!"Everybody sang and laughed.It was a very happy day.

Ukrainecast
Putin issues nuclear threats

Ukrainecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:13


President Putin warns the West he's not bluffing and that he is prepared to use "all the means at our disposal" if Russian territory is threatened. The nuclear threat came as he announced a “partial” mobilisation of reserve troops to Ukraine. Vitaly, Victoria and the BBC's Security Correspondent Frank Gardner unpick how real the possibility of a nuclear war actually is. Ukrainecast's Ivana Davidovic talks to a recent graduate from St Petersburg, who says he wants to leave Russia to avoid being drafted into the military. And he's not alone - Olga Ivshina from the BBC's Russian Service says flights out of the country to visa-free destinations sold out in a day. Also, Vladimir Osechkin, the founder of the prisoners' rights organisation Gulagu.Net, tells us that someone recently tried to assassinate him while he was at home with his family. The series producer is Estelle Doyle. The producers are Ivana Davidovic and Arsenii Sokolov. The planning producer is Louise Hidalgo. The technical producer is Dafydd Evans. The assistant editor is Alison Gee. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall. Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram to +44 330 1239480.

Wealth,  Yoga , Wine
Two Must Haves for a Successful Life

Wealth, Yoga , Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 9:01


Two ingredients make a successful life Desire, Expectancy, (Action is the bonus) DESIRE WITHOUT EXPECTATION IS IDLE WISHING OR DREAMING Raymond Holliwell   (Taking a break with silly cat video.  ( it's looong so save it ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siMoxJm9L2s&authuser=0 ) Captain Dan Peretz and Kerry KOPASEK create a unique experience for the nonprofit SOOTHE OUR SOULS. It is a stellar nonprofit because it is Local, if you live in the St Pete Beach , St Petersburg area you can volunteer. I prefer giving to local organizations because you can see their growth AND VOLUNTEER. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IH-ghDouQJE   Kerry KOPASEK from her meditation business plays a significant part in the wellness aspect of their monthly excursions for people with challenges be it health, domestic violence or a mental illness. Teaching them self care so when they return home they have another coping tool. Captain Dan expressed their desire for a catamaran as it is more wheelchair accessible and he expects to receive it.  They have a fundraiser virtual and in person from now until November.   That is an example of the ACTION they are taking which leads to a successful business and the lives that SOOTHE OUR SOULS IMPACT. www.madeinmeditation.org   Wine WEST PALM WINES info@westpalmwines.com "getting harder and harder to find Burgundy at a reasonable price, but I did find this gem of a wine for an amazing price.  I bought the rest of this vintage in all of Florida and I only have limited six packs available.  Bourgogne Blanc made with Chardonnay from Puligny, Chassagne and Hautes Cotes de Beaune with a smattering of 1er Cru Meursault for good measure. Camille Giroud are accomplished negotiants with access to impeccable grapes and it shows in their wines. 2019 Camille Giroud Bourgogne Blanc $29.99 per bottle OR $25.00 per bottle 6 pack case    My favorite things How to bulletproof your finances in these chaotic times https://lifemasteryinstitute.com/go/aff.php?p=vahail&w=AFF_PRM_8SS_ABB   www.dolphinlandings.com WELLNESS WEDNESDAY    https://www.sootheoursouls.org   www.madeinmeditation.org   My kundalini yoga teacher: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Cb-xDCtFT1o/?utm_medium=copy_link The gurus of Instagram  https://www.socialboom.me/a/2147501780/YB3tncKM @valeriehail56 www.chezvalerie.us    

Shipwrecks and Sea Dogs
The Summit Venture & Sunshine Skyway Bridge

Shipwrecks and Sea Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 49:52


On the morning of May 9, 1980, the large freighter Summit Venture smashed into the Sunshine Skyway Bridge while entering Tampa Bay, Florida. The center section of the southbound span was destroyed, killing 35 motorists. This is the story of how it happened, and the tragedy it left in its wake.For show notes and images: https://www.shipwrecksandseadogs.com/episodes/summit-venture

Inside the Monster
Red Sox-Rays: Series Preview

Inside the Monster

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 27:37


St Petersburg, FL is the site for the upcoming series between the Sox and Rays. Joey breaks down the pitching matchups, Steve gives the weather update, and the guys make their predictions for a series that could prove to be pivotal for these teams. Presented by Audacy. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices