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As you learn more about your own story, how do you bring your spouse into it? How can you help each other find the meaning (or even a different meaning) in your shaping stories?Download "Charting Your Story" for free HERE. Check out the Thrive Mini-Course on Story HERE.Thrive Marriage Lab is a product of ReStory™ Labs, powered by Restoration Counseling and a part of the ReStory™ Universe network.Learn more about Thrive Marriage Lab. Learn more about ReStory™ Labs. Learn more about Restoration Counseling. Learn more about ReStory™ Universe.Learn more about marriage intensives with Chris or Tracy.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/247 Sponsor: https://wetflyswing.com/togens Today, we're joined by David Van Wie, who's widely known for writing a monthly column for the Maine Sportsman Magazine, publishing feature articles in Northern Woodlands Magazine and the Maine Sunday Telegram, and the co-author of The Confluence - a collection of essays, art and tall tales about fly fishing and friendship. In this episode, David shares how he fished his way from Maine to Wisconsin and Michigan and back. He has fished 35 different places for six weeks, traveled over 5000 miles, and wrote about it day after day. David and I talked about the wonderful experiences he's had and the places he's been since he embarked on his remarkable journey. His story is unlike any fishing stories you've heard before! David eventually turned this amazing journey into a book called, Storied Waters, which was inspired by one of his heroes, John Voelker a.k.a. Robert Traver. Timestamps for this episode [3:13] How David got into fly fishing and writing [5:27] David wrote his first book, The Confluence with six college friends [7:43] Why David decided to take a 5000 mile trip [11:46] Remarkable experiences and challenges during the trip [13:37] When David met Grace and Woody in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan [20:02] David talked more about the book and the places he fished [23:32] Writers associated with the Bat n' Kill [28:41] What the Hudson River is like 50 years ago [29:54] The difference between the Ausable and the AuSable River [33:39] The question that put David on the spot [44:10] The best place to get David's book [46:23] David's take in general about the 6 week trip You can find David at https://www.watchyourbackcast.com/ Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/247
This week we chat with the men's cross country and track and field team's third head coach in the last 70 years, Curtis Johnson. Plus, meet the new directors of Bates golf, including a Maine Sports Hall of Famer! Interviews this episode: 1:16 -- Curtis Johnson, head coach, men's cross country and track and field. 15:24 -- Brendon Croteau and Abby Spector, directors of Bates golf.
Author Ann H. Gabhart talks about her latest release Along a Storied trail. A Pinch of the Past offers insights to teachers and schools in history, and a Bookworm review features Bookworm Review … Faith's Mountain Home by Misty M. Beller. If you enjoy a story about second chances--with plenty of the adventures a Montana wilderness can throw at you--definitely pick up a copy of Faith's Mountain Home.
We learn about the Milwaukee Handicrafts Project and some of Wisconsin's more scandalous history. Then, the author of a coronavirus children's book explains how she hopes it will help families cope through difficult times. Plus, we learn about the career and legacy of South Milwaukee native, and pro-wrestler, “Da Crusher.”
Today, you are going to hear from the fab four… of architecture. A bold statement, right? I stand by it. I am calling these four the fab four of architecture for the amount of respect I have for them and the body of work they have completed individually and as partners and studio heads at Robert A.M. Stern Architects.Gary Brewer has been with RAMSA since 1989. Randy Correll since 1983. Grant Marani, since 1984 and Roger Sheifter started with RAMSA in 1978, and became a partner in 1989. You don't find tenure like this anymore for a number of reasons including, and probably most importantly there don't seem to be many legacy firms. The business has changed, all businesses have changed in that regard. Movement from one to another firm is largely based on the principles of upward professional mobility and because there is an acceptance to the movement. But back to the conversation at hand. I spoke with Roger, Gary, Grant and Randy via Zoom. I would have preferred in person but we were right in the middle of the pandemic which made that impossible. I do look forward to a time when we can all sit down and go over some of their work in greater detail. They were all joining in to discuss their new book, HOUSES which covers as its name suggests covers some of the firm's residential projects. What struck me was, not the opulence and grandeur of each project, but the elegant comfort. Being the tactile person I am, I love the feel of pages in a book. I anticipate every turn of the page because I am really excited to see the next project and learn about the ideas, thoughts and inspiration that got these creators to finished project. There is elegance, there is opulence.. But more than that, you find a place for everything, everything in its place and not a single opportunity missed to make a statement. Sometimes subtle, sometimes grand, but always present.You are going to hear about the work, their processes, inspiration and challenges. Four architects, 1 book and over 110 years of experience at 1 spectacular architecture firm.Are you subscribing to the podcast, if not, please do so you get every episode automatically when they are published. You can find Convo By Design everywhere you find your favorite podcasts and now, you can find us on DesignNetwork dot Org, a destination dedicated to podcasts, all things design and architecture so make sure to check it out.Thank you Gary, Grant, Robert and Roger. I loved our chat and look forward to doing this again. Thank you Walker Zanger and ThermaSol for your support and your partnership. And, thank you for listening, subscribing to the podcast and the constant support, texts and emails. Make sure to stay close now because we are very close to getting back to live events and I am looking forward to seeing your smiling faces in person again very soon. And until then, be well and remember to take today first.
*trigger warning: mention of r*pe/sexual assualt*Two history graduates discuss the legend of Medusa, the snake-haired Gorgon. The legend of Medusa has existed for 6,000 years, and throughout the centuries her story and appearance have changed many times. From being a Fury with tusks and golden wings, to the daughter of a Gorgon, to the snake-haired temptress, Medusa has many forms. Today she is a symbol of female rage and empowerment, someone that is a weapon against the male gaze, literally turning that gaze to stone. Presented by: Bridget Lindh and Samira NicholsonIntro music: stantough - www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNm3Ggv01NsIG: @coldteahotgossURL: www.coldteahotgoss.comemail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSources 'The Many Faces of Medusa - Monster, Victim or Protector? (Greek Mythology Explained)' by Mythology & Fiction Explained | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJr3rSC2rMs&ab_channel=Mythology%26FictionExplained'Medusa: Victim or Villain?' | Monstrum by Storied, presented by Dr. Emily Zarkas | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6VqJUmZLI0&t=302s&ab_channel=Storied 'Medusa: The Real Story of the Snake-Haired Gorgon' | https://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Creatures/Medusa/medusa.html 'Medusa – Greek Mythology' by The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica | https://www.britannica.com/topic/Medusa-Greek-mythology ‘The Real Story of Medusa: Protective Powers from a Snake-Haired Gorgon' | Ancient Origins | https://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends-europe/legend-medusa-and-gorgons-002773
Todd Hoffman, CEO of Storied Media Group and StoryScout, the online marketplace that curates IP, pre-negotiates the rights, and allows studios and independent producers to find and option ideas with a click of a mouse. Through SMG's digital platform StoryScout, tens of thousands of creatives around the globe read the stories that translate into high end content, which SMG then brokers. He shares how he remained resilient the first time he was fired. Embracing failures has been one of the keys to his success. Learn from mistakes, adjust and keep going.
Welcome to The Wild Card Podcast! This is episode 195 of our attempt at this whole podcasting thing!! Today's episode features: Jared Eaton disappointing everyone again, Jeff Curtis setting the scene, and Ron Blair taking grandpa to the Rubber Nipples! Throughout the episode, you'll hear the three of us discuss such varied topics as: the way this podcast is about secrets (maybe pancakes, too), a Punch Drunk Commercial, Sequels that lost the spark of the original, forgetting to do the bit, the nub of the story, the best senior living facility names, chills running through the room, and occasionally we part from our tangents to spin another yarn! This week, Jeff presents a concept and the three of us start to unpack the characters, setting, and plot of our narrative!!! Thank you for joining us on this journey to wherever and we're sure that your creative juices will start flowing as you listen to our Storied podcast!Please like/subscribe and leave comments below! Let us know your thoughts on Jessica, if you would buy tickets, where you would have gone with the story, what sequels missed what made the original special, where you disagree with us, how horrible Jared's tastes are, thoughts on our upcoming 200th episode, what Patreon rewards you are most interested in, positivity chains (encourage one another!), any future reports you'd like us to do, and if you are interested in being an official Deckhead!P.S. “Inside each of us is a natural-born storyteller, waiting to be released."~ Robin MooreP.P.S. Stay Safe, Stay Wild, and Bite the Edge!
Mississippi Today's Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender talk with former Mississippi journalist Karen Hinton, a Jones County native who became an adviser to politicians such as Mike Espy, Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, and later made national news as part of #MeToo movement.
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