"Pitchers & Catchers" have reported to West Palm, FL and Mark Zuckerman has as well. Mark and Al begin with the not so surprising bad news that Stephen Strasburg has no timetable to return. Minor setback or is the final time we will go down the Strasburg road? (19:00) We start to set the 2023 table and let you know who "The Big Six" are to keep your eye on for this season. This includes Josiah Gray, who is aiming to give up far fewer home runs this year. What is the ceiling for Keibert Ruiz behind the plate? (29:30) All of MLB is adapting to the slew of new rules coming in 2023. Mark explains some potential quirks that might emerge from the new wrinkle involving a "Pitch Clock". How steep will the learning curve be across the sport? (39:30) There is not much of an update regarding the potential sale of the team and the hosts run through the reasons why. Last week Ted Lerner, the former Managing Principal Owner of the franchise, passed away at age 97. **Audio courtesy of NBC- 4 WRC TV. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Locked On Nationals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Nationals
Pitchers & catchers reported yesterday, so Ryan gets you all the news & notes from West Palm Beach. But first, Davey Marttinez was asked about the recovery for Stephen Strasburg, and he said that he had another setback in his recovery. If you remember, Strasburg had TOS surgery back in the Summer of 2021, and has since not been the consistent Strasburg that we all loved. Ryan takes a deep, long look into Strasburg's future and really tries to see what's next for the former World Series MVP. On top of that, Davey Martinez got into Cade Cavalli and mentioned that nothing is guaranteed for the top prospect going into 2023. Could Cavalli start the season in AAA once again? Lastly for the cherry on top of day 1 of spring training, Cole Henry seems to have found his groove after having TOS surgery in the offseason as well. Follow Ryan Clary on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ryanclary11 Follow Locked On Nationals on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LO_Nationals FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
2/16 Hour 4 4:00 Raquel Welch dies 12:00 List of happiest songs 23:00 Strasburg not healthy again 35:00 Is Bieniemy a Steelers OC candidate?
2.15.23 Hour 41:00- We open up this hour discussing the recent news regarding Steohen Strasburg, as he has unfortunately suffered another setback in his recovery from TOS Surgery. 32:25- Sean Payton on radio row last week, discussed what the Commanders franchise used to be like. So, we play this audio and discuss how we've fallen so far.
We recorded this month's Strolling Strasburg conversation with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives in the council chambers at Strasburg Town Hall. Joining us to give details for items they'll be offering at Cupid's Market were Jen Dufner (Jen's Hookin & Stitchcraft), Monica Heffner (Posh Fairy Floss), and Jade Harvey (Jadeworks Studios). We talked about all the different items each small business offers, how they got started, and how much they enjoy shows like Cupid's Market. Olivia explained why showcasing small businesses like theirs through venues like Cupid's Market, Vintage in the Valley, etc. are important to her. The 4th Annual Cupid's Market in partnership with Box Office Brewery happens on Friday, February 10, 2023, from 5pm - 8pm. Vendors will be located in THREE areas - Strasburg Square, Box Office Brewery, & Town Hall! List of Vendors (updated as of 1/29/23) Star in the Valley Winery Betts & Coops Boutique The Freezeland Magnolia The Card Shop Bakers Simply Shenandoah Sweets Lou Belle's Boutique Estraeya Designs The Pisces Pythoness Elizabeasties Color Street Susan Meyer 269 Designs Jadeworks Studio Rosey's Cheesecakes Malabella Jewels Sunrise Sweets and Treats Sammy Lou's Bake Shop Cinni Bun Creations Skyline Peak Co JKL Crafts and Designs Posh Fairy Floss Jen's Hookin N Stichcraft Sugar House For more information, please contact Olivia via phone: 540-465-9197 or email: email@example.com Stay up to date on all the happenings in Strasburg by following them on Facebook.
In the season 5 finale, brothers Phil & Warren learn to keep their friends close, but their enemies closer after deep diving into the classic gangster sequel masterpiece “The Godfather Part II.” Topics include: Paramount's relentless pursuit of a sequel & the film's production (5:35), the stars of the picture (17:00), stats & accolades (24:05), best scenes & lines (30:55), Judge Bob's recasting court (49:20), and the film's legacy & lore (1:20:45), plus much more.
Today's Strolling Strasburg conversation with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Town of Strasburg took us to Strasburg Community Library for a conversation with Cheryl Metz, Operations Manager for the library. Cheryl gave us an "audio tour" of the library and talked about many of the programs they offer for people of all ages. We discussed how you can donate books, how to become a volunteer, and talked about a few upcoming events, reading programs, and their book sale area. Stay up to date on everything happening at Strasburg Community Library by following them on Facebook.
Hello Creatives,Merry Christmas! For the last episode of 2022 I will be reading the festive German fairytale, The Christmas Fairy of Strasburg by Frances Jenkins Olcott.Need more?Access premium episodes in your Spotify feed with Supercast membership https://sleeplesscreatives.supercast.com/Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebookwww.instagram.com/sleeplesscreativespodcastwww.twitter.com/createsleeplesswww.facebook.com/sleeplesscreativesYou can also listen, learn about the show and fill out our listener's survey on our official websiteBedtime Podcast | Sleepless Creatives (florencestleger.wixsite.com)Happy Holidays, Florence xThe music in this episode is Deck The Halls by SolitudeSupport the showSleepless Creatives is hosted, edited and produced by Florence St Leger. The opening theme is Reflection by Birds of Norway.
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Today's Strolling Strasburg conversation with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Town of Strasburg had a shopping twist. We met at Nancy's Coffee Bar to fuel up before strolling King Street to talk to a few small business owners about what they offer for the holidays. We started off at Pot Town Organics - 181 W. King Street, Strasburg - to check out the ornaments, felt birdhouses, gardening supplies, canning supplies and a variety of items from local makers. The shop also offers lots and lots and lots of plants for the gift that gives all year long. Their hours are Monday through Saturday from 9am - 5pm. Follow them on Facebook for more information. Our second stop was a "smell good" one at Amy's Lush & Local - 244 W. King Street, Strasburg - where we talked about the power giving flowers can have during the holidays and year round. We learned about the subscriptions they offer and how everything that goes out the door is created for longetivity, creativity, and input from the customer. Their hours are Tuesday through Firday from 10:30am - 5pm and Saturdays from 12:30pm - 4pm. They will be open for a time on Christmas Eve for pickups and "out of the cooler" purchases. You can call them at 727-742-8772 or 540-465-8150. Follow them on Facebook for more information and photos of their creations. We wrapped up our shopping stroll at Clementine Vintage - 148 E. King Street, Strasburg - for a chat with Sue about what it means to her to be a small business in the center of downtown Strasburg. She explained how she finds the unique and wide variety of offerings she has in the store and talked abou the priority she places on buying things from local businesses and small businesses. The shop offers items from canned goods and food gifts, jewelry, personal things like the soaps and perfumes, ornaments, home decor, locally made candles, the list goes on. It packs quite a punch for a shop it's size. Their hours are Wednesday through Saturday Noon til 6pm and Sundays Noon til 5pm. Though as Sue mentioned, if you see the little orange chair out front, knock on the door, She's likely inside working on a project. Follow them on Facebook for more information.
Rich Follett is back on the podcast today to tell the story from 1987 of how his song "Shenandoah Christmas" came to be. Barry and his wife met Rich at their favorite little restaurant in Strasburg where he was singing, and he shared privately with them a song that he had just written that morning ... and thus the story begins.
Support us on Patreon so we can deliver more stories: https://www.patreon.com/fallingasleepwithstories Join the Falling asleep with stories podcast with our original stories from the Brothers Grimm, Sherlock Holmes, Greek mythologies, and many others... A great way to fall asleep in a fictional world with a deep baritone voice. Created by www.whynot3.com Sponsored by www.elitexmentor.com ... Frances Jenkins Olcott (1872 – 29 March 1963) was the first head librarian of the children's department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in 1898. She also wrote many children's books and books for those in the profession of providing library service to children and youth.
For 46 years, Sight & Sound Theaters has been a place where families from all over the world experience the Bible coming to life on stage! Today, you get to be one of the FIRST audiences to hear insider information about their NEW edition to story-telling. Josh Enck, President and Chief Story Officer of Sight & Sound Ministries, gives us a sneak peak into their first ever movie, “I Heard the Bells”. Josh shares the inspiration behind this new avenue of storytelling, and gives us a glimpse into the life of well-known poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, which tells a compelling story of tragedy that moves people's hearts towards truth. Ready to hear why you should see Sight and Sounds' first ever film production in theaters? Let's go! JOSHUA ENCK is President and Chief Story Officer of Sight & Sound Ministries, Inc., the nation's largest entertainment company of its kind, drawing nearly 1.5 million people each year from around the world to its locations in Lancaster, PA, and Branson, MO. In his role, Joshua is responsible for casting vision and spearheading Sight & Sound's unique creative process from current show production to future development beyond the stage. Joshua has also produced, written and directed several stage productions during his 27 years with the ministry. Joshua resides in Strasburg, PA with his wife Kristen and their four children. Resources For You: Sight & Sound Website Sight & Sound on IG Sight & Sound on FB I Heard the Bells Movie I Heard the Bells on FB Next Steps: Check out our blog Share this podcast with a friend Subscribe to You CAN Tell the Children Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram Bring Bible2School to Your Community!
Our conversation with Tyler Hinkle, Shenandoah County's Planner is part of an ongoing series following the work on Shenandoah 2045 - Shenandoah County's comprehensive plan. The planning process will unfold over the course of four years with the majority of the community collaboration occurring from 2020-2022, with input in 2023-2024. Brian Otis, Planning & Zoning Administrator for the Town of Strasburg joined Tyler & I today to give us a bit of "behind-the-scenes" info about planning, zoning, and ordinance updates in Strasburg. Brian gave us a glimpse into a normal day for him, plus we talked about a few things that most residents may not understand about planning & zoning. He told us about the potential for a boundary adjustment and Tyler explained how those work and what's required to make them happen. Tyler gave us an update on the comprehensive planning process and hoped to have more information in the coming weeks as the CAC was set to hold it's final meeting of the year on Wednesday, November 16, 2022. For more information about the planning process or to see more results, visit their website: https://shenandoahcountyva.us/future/ and follow them on Facebook. You can listen to previous conversations with Tyler about Shenandoah 2045 by clicking here.
Our conversation with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Town of Strasburg happened at Nancy's Coffee Bar as is often the case. Olivia gave us details for the Veteran's Day Parade that happens on Saturday, November 12, 2022. The Town of Strasburg, in partnership with American Legion Post 77, will be hosting a Veterans Day Parade to honor local men and women who have served this country and community. They are inviting all veterans, (and any classic car owners willing to transport) to meet at the Legion (157 E. Washington) at 12:30pm. The parade will begin at the Legion, travel down N. Holliday and E. King to end at the Strasburg Square. The community and business owners are invited to N. Holliday & E. King to cheer on the parade participants. All are welcome to the Strasburg Square (216 E. King) where a short program will follow, highlighting our individual branches with the Strasburg High School band and Sherando National Honor Society. We also talked about the holiday festivities - "Tis the Season" - that include the Mistletoe Market, Hot Cocoa Connections, and the Christmas Parade, followed by the tree lighting. The events begin on Saturday, December 3, 2022, when the Town of Strasburg kicks off the 'Tis the Season Celebration in the Strasburg Square with a Mistletoe Market (noon til 4pm), hosted by the Strasburg Farmers Market and Hot Cocoa Connections (1pm -4pm.) You can sample different cocoas from local organizations, get a headstart on gifts, listen to carolers from Signal Knob Middle School and sneak a peek of SANTA! This is free to the community but cocoa is only available until it's gone! Following those events, the Parade on King, hosted by the Strasburg Business Alliance, will begin at 4:30pm. Once Santa and Mrs. Claus reach the Square, the tree lighting ceremony will take place. In addition to the festivities on Saturday, the Town of Strasburg will also host the Strasburg Home Decorating Contest again this year. Olivia told us how the contest started and how much it's grown in recent years. Maps will be available digitally after December 15, 2022 with all participating homes marked with a yard sign and accompanying number. The community can view these festive homes from December 15-31, 2022, with the winners being announced after New Year's Day! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 10, 2022, to enter your home into the contest. Find more information and vendor applications here: https://www.strasburgva.com/community/page/tis-season-strasburg Before we wrapped up our conversation, Olivia told us about a few updates to the town's Facade Grant Program. She explained how it will work and what the grants can be used for. The Facade Grant Program is a 50/50 matching grant open to commercial and mixed-use properties within the Community Commercial zone to improve and enhance their external building components. Applications are due on February 1st and September 15th, with a maximum request of $10,000. View the application, get guidelines and more information by clicking here.
https://youtu.be/kNRZ7aPBTiI Jeff Lewis, 48, STRASBURG, CO. Married man attempts to meet a young child and become friends with her. But funny thing is during this interview, the man also admitted to having the condoms in his pocket. He has worked with the same company for over 20+ years, and has direct contact with minor employees and customers all day long. However, he made the mistake of contacting the wrong child. #chomo #colorado #strasburg #kingsoopers #aurora #cpp #married
We met up with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the town of Strasburg in the square at the pavilion to have today's conversation. Olivia brought Barbara Plitt to talk about her role as a volunteer for the town. Barbara gave us some background and then talked about a few of the projects she's involved in and why. Olivia explained the value of having volunteers like Barbara and expressed her gratitude for the time and talent she devotes to making the town better. Olivia gave us details for Paws in the Park happening on Sunday, October 16, 2022 and we talked about the quick sell-out of tickets for the Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup Festival. Stay up to date on all the happenings and events by following Discover Strasburg on Facebook.
Locked On Nationals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Nationals
Ryan continues his player breakdown from the 2022 season, and today's show consists of breaking down the future for Stephen Strasburg. Stephen Strasburg is still recovering from TOS surgery, and he & the Nationals have been very open discussing his injury and the road that lies ahead for Strasburg. The big question here is, what's next for the ace? Follow Ryan Clary on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ryanclary11 Follow Locked on Nationals on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LO_Nationals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Rose and Trevor Plouffe discuss the hottest topics in baseball including Judge's AL record-breaking homer, the Braves clinching the NL East, this weekend's Wild Card matchups, Stephen Strasburg's future, and more! Use promo code BASEBALL for 10% off your entire order at https://mugsy.com 0:00 INTRO 1:27 Judge gets 62 8:41 Braves win the AL East 15:29 Wild Card preview 19:27 Strasburg's future uncertain 22:00 ESPN cuts to Higgy 23:30 OUTRO
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Live from France and the European Parliament - Strasbourg is considered the legislative and democratic capital of the European Union,Прямой эфир из Страсбурга. Страсбург имеет статус «парламентской столицы Европы»с 1992 года, поскольку является местом заседания Совета Европы с 1949 года и Европейского парламента с 1992 года. В Страсбурге находится Европейский суд по правам человека.
Ben opens with Maple Leafs media day today and Kyle Dubas being open about how much pressure is on him and laying underneath it all is the Auston Matthews extension which will come to a halt 1 year from now. Next (5:00) we head to Philly where Pat Tabler is covering Jays/Phillies after the 18-11 win last night and how it drew comparisons to the 15-14 Jays win over the Phillies in the 1993 World Series. Among the topics is the use of young players like Manoah and the debate of holding him back although the Nats learned the hard way with Strasburg years ago. Finally (27:00) Nick Kypreos joins us on Leafs media with Dubas front and centre and the Matthews extension looming. Finally (51:00) Ben is joined by Adnan Virk for some perspective and interesting stats behind Aaron Judge and #60. Whether or not there is true home field in the MLB playoffs. Do the Jays put Stripling over Berrios? Would the team prefer the M's, Rays or Guardians in the playoffs?The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Sunny Strasburg is a certified and licensed psychedelic trauma psychotherapist, a lead trainer at the Ketamine Training Center, AND the clinical director of operations for TRIPP PsyAssist, a mobile app and virtual reality platform for psychedelics.Join us as we talk about virtual reality in the psychedelic space, ketamine therapy, the importance of having support before and after a psychedelic experience, what it means to be trauma informed, and why it's important to interview your therapists!Follow Sunny on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunnystrasburglmft/https://sunnystrasburgtherapy.com/https://www.psyassist.com/https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tripp-mobile/id1465149118Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/seeyouontheothersidepodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Support the show
An eventful weekend chockfull of top 10 matchups was enough to have Simon, Kodey, and Gideon all chip in insight on competitive games from all over the state! Timestamps: 0:00-0:50 Introduction/Overview 0:51-5:56 Thursday night scores and recap 5:57-16:54 Arvada West vs. Horizon 16:55-29:33 Friday's Scores Recap 29:34-49:24 Pine Creek vs. Vista Ridge 49:25-1:07:32 Wellington vs. Sterling 1:07:33-1:11:25 Saturday's Scores Recap 1:11:26-1:32:25 Strasburg vs. Limon 1:32:26-1:50:50 Valley vs. Manitou Springs 1:51:00-2:03:24 Playmaker's of the Week 2:03:25-2:09:47 5A Power Rankings 2:09:48-2:18:07 4A Power Rankings 2:18:08-2:23:18 3A Power Rankings 2:23:19-2:26:19 2A Power Rankings 2:26:20-2:28:38 1A Power Rankings 2:28:29-End Outro https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
We recorded our Strolling Strasburg conversation with Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the town of Strasburg at the Strasburg Visitors Center. We had two different guests to get a peek into the many faces of Strasburg. In the first segment, we talked with Naresh Boini, owner & pharmacist at Strasburg Pharmacy. He told us why he chose Strasburg to open his independent pharmacy and explained how important they are to small communities. We talked about the different services he offers such as prescription delivery, flu shots, COVID vaccines, and more. For more information about Strasburg Pharmacy, visit their website: https://www.strasburgpharmacy.com/ and follow them on Facebook. In the second segment, Sam Haines joined us to talk about Melted Dreams Cafe - a food truck that offers a huge menu of items from grilled cheese to ice cream & smoothies. They will be the featured food vendor at the 5th Annual Harvest Festival happening on Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 10am - 3pm. Olivia gave us all the details about the event. The Town of Strasburg, in partnership with the Lord Fairfax Soil & Water Conservation District, the Strasburg Community Garden and the Strasburg Farmers Market host the event to celebrate the garden harvest. The event will feature local artisan fares, edible goodies and produce from the Strasburg Farmer's Market, which will be at the TOWN PARK for the day. Attendees can participate in an old fashioned cake walk fundraiser for the Strasburg Community Garden with cakes made by members of the local community. A "Fill-the-Farm-Truck Food Drive" will also take place throughout the week at the market pavilion. The community is encouraged to bring a bag of non-perishable food items to contribute to a food drive. There will be live music from 10:30am - 1:30pm by Charlee Allman & Jon France. Plus, a kids' zone & crafts for the whole family. To become a vendor contact email@example.com! Vendor application is posted within the event discussion here: https://www.facebook.com/events/552679046603741
The fight against abortion is something that every Christian should be involved with on some level. Our guest, Anna Strasburg, presents a passionate plea for the Pro-Life Movement. She is making a difference in lives by simply presenting the truth. We truly believe your heart will be moved by this conversation. Connect with us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/encouragementfromwomenhttps://www.facebook.com/EncouragementFromWomenWhoveBeenThereInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/encouragementfromwomen.podcastProject If Life:https://www.facebook.com/if.LIFE.orghttps://www.instagram.com/projectiflife/Resources Mentioned:Anna's book, One Mile More, will be available for presale September 1st and is expected to be released on October 15th. Encouragement For Women a 30 day Devotional:https://www.amazon.com/Encouragement-Women-Thirty-Day-Devotional/dp/B0941HJB83/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1RUBNXRJYWCM4&keywords=encouragement+from+women+whove+been+there&qid=1659315011&sprefix=encouragement+from+wo%2Caps%2C94&sr=8-3Encouragement for Your Identity:https://www.amazon.com/Encouragement-Your-Identity-Thirty-Devotional/dp/B09K1TWQY2/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1RUBNXRJYWCM4&keywords=encouragement+from+women+whove+been+there&qid=1659315011&sprefix=encouragement+from+wo%2Caps%2C94&sr=8-4Encouragement for Motherhood:https://www.amazon.com/Encouragement-Motherhood-Day-Devotional-Women/dp/B09WPVXSMB/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1RUBNXRJYWCM4&keywords=encouragement+from+women+whove+been+there&qid=1659315011&sprefix=encouragement+from+wo%2Caps%2C94&sr=8-2Website:https://www.encouragementfromwomen.com
Rundown - Jonny Barber - 05:25 "The Dirty 15" by Jonny Barber - 02:26:38 Troubadour Dave Gunders - 02:31:52 "Rather Be Right" by Dave Gunders - 02:44:16 Schuyler Colfax was a descendant of Revolutionary War heroes, and himself an American hero and abolitionist. A confidante of Abe Lincoln, Speaker of the House Colfax was sent to Colorado with Abe's hopes Colorado would join the Union. Indeed, Colfax so impressed Denverites, they renamed Grand Avenue for him. Jonny Barber came to Colorado via accomplished Mormon family lineage of California, Utah and Nevada fame. When Jonny came to Colorado, he fell in love with Colfax and the Lions Lair, where he performed as a musician, and watched others perform, up and down Colfax. Jonny's performed at the Bluebird, Fillmore, the Satire Lounge, and Red Rocks. Now, Jonny Barber is curator of the Colfax Museum http://www.colfaxavenue.org/p/colfax-museum.html, which has gone through many different incarnations, but has emerged spectacularly in the History Colorado museum in central Denver. This is a special name-dropping episode recounting famous Colfax visitors such as Jack Kerouak, Bob Dylan, the Smothers Brothers, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Chief Jerry Kennedy, Bo Cottrell and the Lawmen, Frank Sinatra Jr., Walt Conley, Pope John Paul II, Sid King, Pete Contos, and Gene Amole. There's talk about famous restaurants, dive bars, entertainment venues, fishing ponds, basilicas, government buildings, mom and pop stores, porn shops, pot stores, liquor stores, meat markets, car dealerships and every possible den of iniquity dotting America's longest commercial retail road. We talk about all things Colfax because Colfax represents life, Colorado, America, the good, the bad and the ugly. Colfax Avenue is US Highway 40, running straight from Atlantic City, through Strasburg, Aurora, Denver, Lakewood, Golden, and onto San Francisco. Main Street USA. As Donald Trump is further revealed to be a traitorous criminal, the GOP still sticks with 45 like stinky poo on one's shoe. As for our show Troubadour Dave Gunders, he's not getting caught up believing anybody's alternative facts, he'd rather be right, as proved by his anti-cult, anti-lie song, named Rather Be Right.
Chris and Jake welcome Joey Serafin to the Pod. Joey pitched for several years in the Chicago White Sox organization, making it as far as AAA. The guys discuss the hatred and intense rivalry Chris and Joey had for each other playing on opposing teams in high school and college, as well as Joey's memorable no-hitter against Siena. Not all blood is bad though - Chris and Joey ultimately became summer ball teammates and bonded over bearing witness to Stephen Strasburg becoming the most electric and clear cut consensus #1 pick out of college baseball.
This week on Yes But Why, I present my interview with Kasia Chmara. Kasia Chmara is an improviser, an actress and a theater teacher in Bydgoszcz, Poland. She completed her studies at the International Film, Theatre and TV School in Lodz. She has been performing improv for almost a decade, but she's been teaching theatre since 1998. Kasia is an artistic coordinator of “Improdrom,” the International Improv Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland. She regularly leads theatre and improvisation workshops in Bydgoszcz, Gdańsk, Dublin, Bengaluru, Strasburg, Lubljana, Riga, and Athens. Kasia performs with numerous improv groups, such as “wymyWammy,” “Which is Which,” and “The Allnighters.” She is also a member of the European improv collective, Ohana. Currently, she is also an actress with the Kameralny Theatre in Bydgoszcz, Poland.In our interview, Kasia tells me about her lifelong pursuit to be an actress.Kasia dedicated her life to acting when she was only 6 years old. We discuss all the hard work that has gone into her schooling – all the effort it took to get into the International Film, Theatre and TV School and all the work she put in while she was there. She shares with me the uphill battle of auditions and busking that followed.Kasia continues to work on her craft! She is currently working on her PhD in Creating Character on script play through improvisation techniques. We talk of our mutual love for improv and how Kasia connected to the artform through musical improv. There was no theater in her city, so Kasia decided to start her own community called Improvart Katarzyna Chmara. She now hosts theatre and improvisation workshops in Bydgoszcz and beyond. We talk about connecting with the larger international improv community over Zoom during the pandemic and how much that opened our eyes to the larger world of improv. Support Kasia Chmara by taking workshops with Improvart Katarzyna Chmara and by keeping up with her work through the European improv collective, Ohana. Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetworkThis episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY. This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by PodcastCadet.com. Go to PodcastCadet.com to connect with us so we can help you with your podcast! Save money by putting in offer code YBY20 to get 20% off the first service or workshop you buy!(production notes: recorded zoom meeting via Rodecaster on 6/15/2022; posted on 8/15/2022)
Olivia Hilton, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Town of Strasburg & I strolled to Alforno's Italian Cuisine for a conversation with the new owner, Brandon. He told us how he came to be the owner of Alforno's and gave us a quick rundown of items on his menu. We talked about dough-making, marinara simmering, and the high priority he places on the customer experience. View his menu and/or order online at his website: https://www.alfornoitaliancuisine.com/ and follow him on Facebook for specials. For the second half of the conversation, Olivia & I strolled to our normal spot at Nancy's Coffee Bar so that she could give me details for several events coming up in the next few weeks. She is currently accepting vendors/contestants for the Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup Festival that will happen on November 5, 2022. We also talked about the last three Front Porch Fridays - get the musical lineup here: https://www.facebook.com/StrasburgFPF Scoops & Hoops - an event hosted by Strasburg Police Department will happen on Saturday, August 14, 2022 in the parking lot at Strasburg Assembly of God from 10:30am - 12:30pm. On Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 10am - 2pm, the Town of Strasburg, in partnership with the Lord Fairfax Soil & Water Conservation District, the Strasburg Community Garden and the Strasburg Farmers Market will be hosting the 5th Annual Harvest Festival to celebrate the garden harvest! The event will include local artisans, edible goodies and produce at the Strasburg Farmer's Market, which will be at the TOWN PARK for the day! There will be an old-fashioned cake walk fundraiser for the Strasburg Community Garden with cakes made by members of the local community! Fill-the-Farm-Truck Food Drive will be happening, so bring a bag of non-perishable food items. The truck will be available all week to fill in the Market Pavilion! There will be raffle baskets from local businesses and guess the weight of fresh produce!! Live music will happen from 10:30-1:30 by Charlee Allman & Jon France plus a kids' zone! And mark your calendars for the Sip & Snack Mural Tour happening on September 24. Stay up to date on all the fun events happening in Strasburg by following Discover Strasburg on Facebook.
Tony opens the show by talking about Juan Soto being traded to San Diego and its impact on the DC fan base, and he also talks about the passing of Vin Scully, and about a great golf shot by The Socialite. Bob Ryan calls in to talk about Vin Scully, and to share his memories of Bill Russell, Richard Justice calls in to talk some more about Vin Scully, and also about the Soto trade and what it means for the Nats, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Billy Coulter “Haven't You Fallen In Love With Me Yet?” ; Jon Carroll “(You Gotta) STAND UP!” 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
Nothing Personal with David Samson
Today's word of the day is ‘Open' as in open for business as in the US Open is here as in LIV vs PGA as in Phil Mickelson vs Rory McIlroy. There's so much drama in golf right now. Players vs players. Media vs players. Sportswashing is the buzz word being used. LIV Golf is what it is. The PGA Tour has always been what it is. Different rules, same reason: money. (15:10) Dehsaun Watson met the media. He said he wasn't sure if it was 66 women or fewer, but he can't talk about it. The NFL has no idea how to handle this now. 26 civil suits. Possibly 27 suits. It's all been bad news. (25:55) Review: Flag Day. (28:55) Walker Buehler is hurt. That's not good. The Los Angeles Dodgers could be in trouble here. No Buelher. No Bauer. The San Diego Padres are on their heels. The San Francisco Giants are on their heels. Fernando Tatis is still hurt, but the Padres keep winning. (34:35) So You Wanna Talk To Samson!? Someone asked me how I would handle the Eduardo Rodriguez situation with the Twins. Rodriguez was given a 5 year, $77M deal this past offseason. He pitched a few games, but now he's out with personal issues. (41:40) What about Stephen Strasburg? He signed a 7-year, $245M deal in 2019 and has pitched only 31.1 innings since then. Woof. (43:50) NPPOD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
6/15 Hour 1 6:00 Strasburg's injury 20:00 US Open pressers 33:20 Fake Klay Thompson
The Nats lost 10-4 to the surging Braves, who have won 13 in a row. Al & Mark discuss how the pitching woes keeping piling up for Washington as Jackson Tetreault was thrusted into his MLB debut against a red hot Atlanta. The original plan this week was Josiah Gray on Monday and Stephen Strasburg and Tuesday, and it ended up being Earsmo Ramirez and Tetreault, respectively. (16:10) Juan Soto did not play for the first time this season due to the right knee contusion from Monday evening. Will he be back in the lineup on Wednesday? (21:02) Strasburg was placed on the 15 day IL due to a stress reaction to the ribs. Is it related to his TOS surgery? Mark explains the injury, what it means, and the bigger picture options for the World Series MVP. (32:54) There was multiple pitchers who were called up from AAA on Tuesday, but Tyler Clippard was not one of them. Al is baffled as to why Clippard hasn't been promoted to the Nationals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Monday was an awful/no good day for the Nats from start to finish as they lost 9-5 to Atlanta. Mark & Al update the latest on Juan Soto as he missed his final at bat after banging his knee in the dugout prior to the top of the 9th. (05:14) Pregame it was announced that Stephen Strasburg is back on the IL due to discomfort after his Saturday bullpen session. We still don't know the results of the MRI, but it seems difficult to maintain an optimistic outlook. He had been previously scheduled to start on Tuesday night. (18:40) Josiah Gray did not start because just before 1st pitch there was a sudden rain delay and the game did not begin until after 8:30pm. Gray had already warmed up just before the rain and so the decision was made to pitch a bullpen game instead. Erasmo Ramirez filled in and made his first start since 2018. (23:20) Jackson Tetreault will take the mound on Tuesday in place of Strasburg. Mark explains the delicate situation Washington is in with their pitching as there is no off-day this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin and Thom today on the Washington Commanders' first day of mini-camp. They discussed the Terry McLaurin situation, Ron Rivera's statement on Jack Del Rio, and more. Also, the NBA Finals and Strasburg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
6/14 Hour 2 1:00 Jesse Dougherty 16:30 Strasburg's future with the Nats 31:20 Ron Rivera comments on McLaurin absent from camp
6/14 Hour 1 3:30 Crazy heat yesterday 12:00 Steph goes 0-9 and Warriors still win 20:30 Strasburg hurt again 34:00 Purple Heart Open recap
Segment 7 - Calls on Terry McLaurin and why fans are upset with the front office for playing hardball Segment 8 - More calls on the McLaurin contract situation Segment 9 - Jesse Dougherty on Stephen Strasburg's injury
Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Max Muncy returned with a bang but what should we do with him in Fantasy (1:48)? Stephen Strasburg's velo was way down in his return. ... Shane McClanahan was awesome once again but could he be limited later in the season (10:45)? ... Corbin Burnes and Gerrit Cole both had rough starts (15:10). ... What is Miles Mikolas' value after a strong start (17:20)? ... Both Dylan Cease and Tyler Anderson struggled on Thursday (20:52). ... News and notes (25:32): Mike Trout has now missed two games in a row. ... Which two-start pitchers should you target for next week (33:22)? ... Which sleeper hitters have the best matchups (43:45)? ... We wrap up with leftovers, bullpens and streamers (50:20). Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Get 20% off Fantasy Baseball Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-baseball-today?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-baseball-collection Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nats lost 7-4 to the Marlins as Stephen Strasburg pitched for Washington for the first time in over a year. Mark (live from Miami) and Al dissect his up and down start. Do they focus more on the seven runs he allowed or the five strikeouts he threw? What to make of fastball velocity? (20:45) Nelson Cruz was a late scratch due to a stiff back and will have a MRI soon. The lineup card meanwhile puzzled Al mightily as Ehire Adrianza was placed 2nd in the order (Cesar Hernandez was given a much deserved day off). Why not move up Luis Garcia higher in the lineup? Lane Thomas reached base three times in the lead-off spot and he already has five multi hits games in June. (30:31) Paolo Espino threw a scoreless bottom of the 8th and his ERA is 2.03. HE HAS YET TO PITCH THIS SEASON WHILE THE NATIONALS ARE AHEAD! As the team is in a stretch with no off-days for awhile, he might start a game during the upcoming homestand,. (34:47) We get a preview of Virginia Tech's first ever trip to the NCAA Super Regionals from diehard listener Akul Mehra. Akul gives background on the Hokies, who host Oklahoma in this weekend's Best of 3 series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/10 Hour 1 4:00 Embarrassing moments in your life 16:00 BDK reviews Hustle and new Jurassic Park 33:15 Strasburg's first start off the IL
Segment 7 - Fans are furious at Del Rio for minimizing January 6th Segment 8 - Should Jack Del Rio face any consequences? Most fans agree that he should, but for his performance on the field. Segment 9 - Mark Zuckerman on Stephen Strasburg making his season debut for the Nats tonight and also the 12-year anniversary of his debut yesterday.
The Nats three game win streak came to a screeching halt in a 12-2 loss down in Miami. Al & Mark though do not begin with the game, but with the pregame confirmation that Stephen Strasburg will take the mound on Thursday night at the Marlins. He has not pitched for Washington since June 1st of last season. (13:06) Joan Adon was hit hard early and often as he allowed eight runs in three plus frames. His ERA is above 6.00 right as Strasburg is returning to the rotation and so it begs the question... Will Adon be sent down to the minors? Who starts on Sunday? (23:45) Luis Garcia homered on an evening that the offense did not do much against Edward Cabrera, as his tater traveled a distance of over 400 feet. What are reasonable expectations for Garcia at the plate now that he has seemingly been called up for good? Lane Thomas had two hits on Tuesday while occupying the second spot in the order and our antennas are on to see if he quietly is taking over in CF for Victor Robles. (35:55) Josh Whetzel, the voice of the Rochester Red Wings, gives an update on the Nationals AAA affiliate after their very busy weekend that saw Stephen Strasburg, Cade Cavalli, and Cole Henry all succesfully take the mound. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/8 Hour 2 4:00 Joe Madden fired 14:20 More players committing to the LIV tour 33:00 Strasburg expectations
The Nats won 8-5 in Cincinnati to end their four game skid. Mark & Al marvel at how not only did Lane Thomas go deep three times, but the Nationals hit five HRs overall in the victory (Nelson Cruz & Juan Soto the others). (18:55) Josiah Gray struck out nine Reds as he lasted six frames to get the win. His evening started off on the wrong foot as Tommy Pham slapped a HR off of him right away, but Gray settled in after that point. The hosts assess how the young right hander has looked on the so far this season. Tanner Rainey notched the save despite walking the lead-off hitter. (31:44) Stephen Strasburg was excellent in his third minor rehab start as he threw six scoreless frames in Rochester. Will his next start be for Washington? How important is his return to the psyche of the fan base? (40:04) Joe Girardi was fired as Phillies Manager. Al asks Mark if Girardi was ever under serious consideration to be Manager when the job was available after the 2017 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats won a home series for the first time this season as they hung on 6-5 over Colorado to improve their record to 18-31. Mark & Al begin with how the game ended, Tanner Rainey retiring all five batters faced to close out the victory. It was Rainey's first multi inning appearance since 2020. (10:53) Josiah Gray gave up another homer on Sunday in the 1st inning, but that would be the only run he allowed in his outing. Was this latest start a step in the right direction? (17:02) The offense had plenty of extra base hits, including a pair of home runs from Juan Soto and Lane Thomas. Soto collected two hits and had a nice bounce back after a disappointing doubleheader on Saturday. (29:10) Stephen Strasburg was dominant in his 2nd rehab minor league start as he threw five shutout frames and struck out six in the process for Fredericksburg. Mark explains what his path is to returning to the Nationals mound at some point in June. Strasburg's next scheduled start is over the weekend with Rochester. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 6, Segment 1 -- Grant and Danny breakdown the first of what could be many Minor League Rehab starts for former World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg. Plus, Grant gives his impressions of 18 year old Shortstop prospect Brady House after seeing him display his talents for the Fredericksburg Nationals. Subscribe to "Bustin' Loose Baseball" HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
5/25 Hour 1 3:00 Strasburg's rehab start yesterday 17:00 Commanders OTA's and missing McLaurin and Young 36:00 School shooting in Uvalde, TX