Episode 340 - Bob Sylvester, Saint Somewhere Brewing Happy Monday, Thieves! We're back in the Zoom studios this week with our pal Bob Sylvester of the now-defunct Saint Somewhere Brewing. Bob was/is a legend in the Florida (and beyond) beer scene and was one of the first dedicated saison producers in the USA. He recently retired and moved to the foothills of North Carolina but is still somewhat active in the beer community (as we discuss in the first part of the show). For the second part, Augie prods him to get more than a little of the curmudgeonly flavor Bob is known for. It's a fun, lively discussion that goes a little long (we could've kept going but had to split for our second show). We hope you tune in and enjoy! ***As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at email@example.com. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
Withywoods is getting crowded with unexpected guests in this episode of Buckkeep Radio. We're all trying to defend Fitz's parenting style but he's not making it easy for us. New characters, new prophecies, new dangers. CWs for scenes of violent death in Ch 16 No Spoiler Section NEXT EPISODE: Fool's Assassin Chapter 17-20 Buckkeep Radio - Episode 86: Fool's Assassin Ch 13-16 Featuring Rachel, Alyssa, Jenny, Eli, Ashley and Joey The Realm of the Elderlings novels are written by Robin Hobb. Our theme is The Streets of Sant-Ivo by Mid-Air Machine
**I am excited to present Dark Indulgence 10.17.21 a special feature Industrial Techno Soldiers : the godfather of Industrial Techno: Max Durante (HOR Berlin : Tresor) opens the show with a set featuring tracks from his new album as well as some unreleased exclusive tracks. In hour 2 my set is a showcase of my favorite releases from Hands that lays out all the various shades of the labels catalog AND I drop in a world premier cover of No Shuffle (Front 242 cover) from define.human that will be released soon.** For more info visit: Max Durante: https://handsofficial.bandcamp.com/album/der-graue-geruch-nach-metall Follow Max at: https://www.facebook.com/MAXDURANTE Visit Dj Scott Durand at: www.djscottdurand.com FB: www.facebook.com/djscottdurand Max Durante Exclusive Album Preview Set Starts- 00:00 - 45:30 Scott Durand Starts- 45:30 Greyhound - Do Not Turn Around Templər - Under Pressure Geistform - Monitor define.human - No Shuffle (Front 242 cover) Exclusive World Premier Blac Kolor ft Jean-Luc De Meyer - Awakening Strobo.Lolita - Paranoid Cervello Elettronico - Center (Scott Durand EDIT) Monolith - Eyes Wide Open Supersimmetria - Goldilocks Zone Tomohiko Sagae - Black Mist New Frames - Mumiae Sans-Fin - Conduire SaturmZlide - Arcade Boulevard ICD-10 - Dark Matters Crystal Geometry - Torches in the Streets Heimstatt Yipotash - Fix, Find, Finish Monya - Listen (S.K.E.T. Remix) Winterkälte - Protect Ecosystems (Act Now) 16Pad Noise Terrorist - Evilment (Hypnoskull Remix)
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the closing window for the US to take military action against China, the firefight that occurred on the streets of Beirut yesterday, and horrifically graphic sex comic books featuring uncensored pornography being totally accessible to children in schools.Guests:Carl Zha- Host of the Silk and Steel Podcast | Is the USA Pivoting to War with China?Laith Marouf - Award winning multimedia producer and media policy and law consultant | Fighting Breaks Out on the Streets of BeirutLee Stranahan - Sputnik News analyst and host of The Back Story | Gay Sex School Curriculum For KidsIn the first hour Carl Zha joined the show to talk about the tensions rising between the US and China, and what it could take to bring the two countries to war with each other. Carl believes the US aggression is because there is a very narrow window that the US can use to take down China, otherwise they will out shadow the states within a couple decades.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Laith Marouf for a discussion on how the actions of a judge in Beirut has caused such a divide between people in Lebanon. The firing on an unarmed crowd in Beirut sparked a firefight that has the ability to grow into a greater Lebanon, and Middle Eastern problem.In the third hour Lee Stranahan joined the conversation to talk about the graphic, pornographic picture books allowed and promoted in Virginia public schools, available for children to view as young as 12 years old. Lee also talked about the differences between alt and mainstream media, especially regarding their coverage of Donald Trump and Julian Assange.
In this episode of Guerrilla History, we bring on Professor August Nimtz to talk about his book, The Ballot, The Streets, or Both? From Marx and Engels to Lenin and the October Revolution. This book takes a look at the theoretical and strategic groundings and evolution of electoralism via the writings of Marx/Engels and Lenin. A conversation that will add a lot of historical nuance to the debates that we have every election season in the "western democratic" countries! August Nimtz professor of political science and African American and African studies at the University of Minnesota. His book The Ballot, The Streets, or Both? is available from Haymarket Books: https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1385-the-ballot-the-streets-or-both. His other books include Marx and Engels: Their Contribution to the Democratic Breakthrough (SUNY Press), Marx, Tocqueville, and Race in America: The 'Absolute Democracy' or 'Defiled Republic' (Lexington Books), and Marxism versus Liberalism: Comparative Real-Time Political Analysis (Palgrave Macmillan). Guerrilla History is the podcast that acts as a reconnaissance report of global proletarian history, and aims to use the lessons of history to analyze the present. If you have any questions or guest/topic suggestions, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your hosts are immunobiologist Henry Hakamaki, Professor Adnan Husain, historian and Director of the School of Religion at Queens University, and Revolutionary Left Radio's Breht O'Shea. Follow us on social media! Our podcast can be found on twitter @guerrilla_pod, and can be supported on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/guerrillahistory. Your contributions will make the show possible to continue and succeed! To follow the hosts, Henry can be found on twitter @huck1995, and also has a patreon to help support himself through the pandemic where he breaks down science and public health research and news at https://www.patreon.com/huck1995. Adnan can be followed on twitter @adnanahusain, and also runs The Majlis Podcast, which can be found at https://anchor.fm/the-majlis, and the Muslim Societies-Global Perspectives group at Queens University, https://www.facebook.com/MSGPQU/. Breht is the host of Revolutionary Left Radio, which can be followed on twitter @RevLeftRadio and cohost of The Red Menace Podcast, which can be followed on twitter @Red_Menace_Pod. Follow and support these shows on patreon, and find them at https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/. Thanks to Ryan Hakamaki, who designed and created the podcast's artwork, and Kevin MacLeod, who creates royalty-free music.
Content Warning: Physical Abuse At just 3 years old, the abuse began. By 18, Fabian had to escape, leaving his home looking for refuge anywhere he could find it. For 7 years, he slept in parks, subways, and the streets. But, he never lost his hope + his commitment to himself. Learn how he turned his life around- finding love, earning a master's degree, and creating the life he always knew he could have. Instagram: The Truthiest Life on instagram @thetruthiestlife Host @Lisahayim To support TTL, subscribe, follow, or share episodes with family and friends who could benefit If you're loving TTL, Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-truthiest-life/id1535516122?uo=2 Guest submissions, please fill out this form here! Edited by Houston Tilley Intro Jingle by Alyssa Chase aka @findyoursails Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bill Bartholomew welcomes Providence Streets Coalition lead organizer Liza Burkin for a discussion on the war of words - and potential action - between the State of Rhode Island and City of Providence with respect to a new bike and pedestrian lane on South Water Street.This is from Bartholomew's guest host appearance on The Dan Yorke Show on WPRO radio, 10.11.21Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bartholomewtown?fan_landing=true)
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Or at least that's the hope, as Mr Whippy returns to the streets of Dunedin. It's been more than 10 years since the ice cream vendor was based permanently in the southern city. But after a few visits for events, the new owners are hoping to whip up a frenzy for their soft serves with the new Dunedin-based truck. Our reporter Tess Brunton and cameraman Nathan McKinnon tracked down Mr Whippy in Mosgiel for a serve of the good news.
In other top stories tonight: Chicago installs new Streets and San director; injured police officer released from rehab center; new pride of lions welcomed to Lincoln Park Zoo; and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The first ever SuperCut from FTCUTD and The Shea Butter FC Podcast, coming in with straight culture and moisturized soccer takes, and we are joined in the first hour of the pod by special guest, former USWNT member and US Olympic Gold Medalist Staci Wilson! We discuss her current journey as a youth soccer coach, also her experiences as a player and how the more things change, the more they stay the same in light of recent events within NWSL, also shedding light on the ways players can be manipulated in the process of pursuing their career, and discussing her role as a featured speaking at the United States Soccer Coaches' Convention and a quick Q&A at the end of the segment. After the interview we get an update from a returning Coach Tony, back on the pod after several weeks away, fresh from the winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics and coaching for the University of Washington football team, all the while still holding it down for Soccer in the Streets! Also in the episode we quickly recap the USMNT results so far in the October WCQs, an important update with Protagonist, and in 2UP/2Down we hit up Jon Gruden's sudden dismissal from the Raiders and the NFL, and Shea Butter Bombs AND MORE!! Please like and subscribe on your favorite platform and don't forget to follow SBFC at Twitter (Podcast) - @SBFC_Podcast Instagram - sbfc_podcast For FTCUTD at: Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTC FTCUTD and SBFC are proud partners in The Alliance of Protagonist Podcasts!! To watch this episode and past FTC shows, check out our new YouTube channel, while you're there "Like & Subscribe" so you're notified anytime we add new content! http://bit.ly/FTCUTDTube Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get at the Sadio Mane and Briana Scurry Legends of the Culture Hoodies!! Series III OUT NOW!! Final week of its release!! Going away on 10/16 and once its done, they're gone!! https://ftcutd.myshopify.com/products/ftc-legends-of-the-culture-series-iii-hoodie
The Black Engagement Committee (BEC) of the Maricopa County Democratic Party (MCDP) has been active for several years organizing, getting out the vote and serving the needs of their community. Currently under new leadership, the BEC is organized to support Democratic legislative districts (LDs) in the county as never before.Co-chairs Karl Gentles and Pastor Warren Stewart are engaged in building partnerships in the LDs to increase Black precinct committee persons to help: increase voter registration and turnout, support the work and issues of the party, and develop Black candidates to win county and legislative seats. As former candidates themselves, Gentles and Stewart bring their experience, activism and commitment to go from “protest in the streets to power in political seats.”In this episode, they discuss the change in the political climate wrought by the murders of George Floyd and others and their strategies to impact future elections in Arizona with Black voters and candidates on the ballot.Turning Arizona Blue (TAB) the podcast is partnering with The Mule News, an online news service dedicated to Maricopa County Democratic politics. Please subscribe for free and confirm your subscription at our website https://themulenews.com/.Please subscribe to TAB where you get podcasts and follow Turning Arizona Blue on our Facebook page and on Twitter @TurningAz. Please reach us at email@example.com for financial and advertising support on our TAB and The Mule News platforms.
Check in with Rich as he chronicles the history of one of the greatest RAIDERS, Howie Long! TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@raidersfanradio TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/rfr-live-swag Discord: https://discord.gg/nPUkYcBMuB Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/raidersfanradio IOS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/murfs-fan-cave/id1227228973 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9INFNjX3Q1aw== Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/murfs-fan-cave/PC:57168?corr=14225716&part=ug&_branch_match_id=713119824587393528 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1IimAgOaRaSqtZayyh83R7?si=t6U_IxGNSrOj-dMGlEotrQ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The first ever SuperCut from FTCUTD and The Shea Butter FC Podcast, coming in with straight culture and moisturized soccer takes, and we are joined in the first hour of the pod by special guest, former USWNT member and US Olympic Gold Medalist Staci Wilson! We discuss her current journey as a youth soccer coach, also her experiences as a player and how the more things change, the more they stay the same in light of recent events within NWSL, also shedding light on the ways players can be manipulated in the process of pursuing their career, and discussing her role as a featured speaking at the United States Soccer Coaches' Convention and a quick Q&A at the end of the segment. After the interview we get an update from a returning Coach Tony, back on the pod after several weeks away, fresh from the winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics and coaching for the University of Washington football team, all the while still holding it down for Soccer in the Streets! Also in the episode we quickly recap the USMNT results so far in the October WCQs, an important update with Protagonist, and in 2UP/2Down we hit up Jon Gruden's sudden dismissal from the Raiders and the NFL, and Shea Butter Bombs AND MORE!! FTCUTD is a proud partner in The Alliance of Protagonist Podcasts!! To watch this episode and past FTC shows, check out our new YouTube channel, while you're there "Like & Subscribe" so you're notified anytime we add new content! http://bit.ly/FTCUTDTube Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get at the Sadio Mane and Briana Scurry Legends of the Culture Hoodies!! Series III OUT NOW!! Final week of its release!! Going away on 10/16 and once its done, they're gone!! https://ftcutd.myshopify.com/products/ftc-legends-of-the-culture-series-iii-hoodie Follow us on Social Media! Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTC
Here's a snapshot of a few things we talked about… Who is the Clark Kent, When It Comes to Isaac Grace? [00:02:41] Why He Decided that He Wanted to Figure Out Life by Himself at 17 [00:05:41] How a Jay Morrison Video Changed His Life [00:07:58] Why Did He Decide to Enroll in the Jay Morrison Course? [00:11:38] What is Wholesaling and How Does it Work? [00:15:31] Challenges People Don't See When They Decide to Pursue Wholesaling [00:19:17] How To Acquire Cash Buyers If You Are New? [00:27:27] What is Reverse Wholesaling and How Does it Work [00:32:37] Why Wholesale is Going to Be Everything for Him [00:38:04] One Thing He Wishes He Had Implemented Sooner to Accelerate His Journey? [00:42:24] Where to Find Isaac Grace? [00:45:03] In This Episode You'll Learn: In this episode, Casanova talks with Isaac Grace. He shares his tumultuous journey from hustling on the streets to amateur boxing career, to eventually discovering the world of wholesaling real estate. He shares the mindset that helped him secure over a million dollars in revenue and become The Millennial Hope Dealer. Key Quotes: “At 13 years old, I learned so much about myself, where I wasn't going to allow anyone to dictate my future…” “From 17 to 21, I hustled, chase this dream in boxing, and I just knew that I had to find something…” “Wholesaling real estate was what really caught me because you didn't need a lot of experience in real estate. You didn't need no credit and you really didn't need a lot of money…” “I learned that information changes compensation and the power of knowledge and I that's my blueprint to get everything. I want to seek the knowledge and find it and execute on it…” “Wholesaler in the simplest form is you acting as a real estate professional acting as a middleman connecting cash buyers in the market with motivated sellers…” There's four important components of success in this business of wholesaling: lead generation, cash buyers, systems, and list builder. “So you want to learn how to systemize things that keeps your time freed up to do the higher priority tasks…” “Literally reverse wholesaling is like this. You just go out there and build your buyers list first and let the buyers teach you about the market, and then you follow the trends of what they give you…” “I try to teach people all the time is if you're going to go out and you want to do multiple things, you got to have a team, you got to have leverage…” – Casanova Brooks “I wish I would took a lot more serious and that's really my message for everybody, y'all hear is go through the growing pains early on, go through the unsureness, go through the study and go through the resilience and not quit and go see that seller when you don't know what the heck you talking about…” Links/Resources: https://reww.com/smart-system/ Smart System – Real Estate Investing Software – Real Estate Worldwide (reww.com) realestatepack.com https://www.instagram.com/mrissacgrace Help us out? If you enjoy our podcast, please head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a 5-star review. By doing so, you enable us to reach more people.
On this episode of On The Streets, host, Jordan Ourada sits down with neurosurgeon/neurooncologist Dr. Eddie Tsvankin to discuss various topics concerning neurosurgery and how EMS workers in the field can better understand and manage neurological emergencies. In this episode specifically, you'll hear Jordan and Dr. Tsvankin discuss topics including: Priorities in caring for patients experiencing seizures Short and long-term complications of tumor resection surgery Specifics on how brain tumors are operated on and the difficult decisions that must be made ahead of time Assessment of post-operative incisions and signs of infections How chemotherapy and radiation effect the healing process for neurosurgery patients Dr. Eddie's thoughts on COVID and how it has impacted his career The ins and outs of ventriculoperitoneal shunts The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account. Donate to EMM today! Diversity and Inclusion Award
In his twenties Jon Godsall was working in the family air-conditioning business but he also wanted to see the world, so he took his skills abroad. He found a job at the British embassy in Kuwait. On August 2, 1990, Jon set off in his car for work as he did every day. He realised something was wrong when he was stopped as he neared the embassy. The next thing he knew, he was on the floor with a gun pointing towards him. What happened next transformed his life. For thirty years, Jon found himself unable to speak about that time. Then in lockdown, this year, something changed and the process of opening up and sharing his experience had a remarkable impact on him. This is the first time Jon has told his story in public and some of what you will hear is upsetting. Details of organisations offering information and support with mental health are available at bbc.co.uk/actionline.
Pedestrian deaths increased 46% nationwide in the past decade, while the number of all other traffic deaths rose by just 5%. Black pedestrians were killed at a rate 82% higher than whites, and residents of low-income neighborhoods are far more likely to be struck by a car and killed than people in higher income neighborhoods. We hear from experts about the role vehicle speed, smart phones, and our enduring attachment to SUV's are playing in the tragic, and unequal, rise in deaths. And, we talk with a mother whose son died in a pedestrian accident about what urgently needs to be done to make streets safer.
Episode 72 Dark Starts backcountry splitboarding podcast presents pro snowboarder, Ryan Hudson. Full show notes: https://www.darkstarts.ca/ryan-hudson Show links: https://www.instagram.com/rhudsonsb/ https://www.instagram.com/patagonia_snow/ https://www.instagram.com/jonessnowboards/ https://www.instagram.com/kodiakcakes/ https://www.instagram.com/sierranevada/ https://www.instagram.com/tetongravity/ https://www.instagram.com/powderbirdheliski/ https://www.instagram.com/snowbird/ https://www.instagram.com/jeremyjones/ Special thanks to: Visit our website for great deals from our sponsors: www.darkstarts.ca/partners Groundswell Marketing www.instagram.com/groundswell_fm/ Valerie Black The Artist Behind The Logo www.instagram.com/valerieblack.art/ Follow us: www.darkstarts.ca @ Darkstarts.podcast https://www.instagram.com/darkstarts.podcast/ @ Darkstarts.media https://www.instagram.com/darkstarts.media/
Discussion Episode: Fear Streets For mini movie discussion two, Boovies on Up triples down with three movies, Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy. It flew under our collective radar, but not anymore! Movies On UP! is on Stitcher! Thanks to The Champions of … Read More →
Episode 339 - Jeff Alworth is back with a revised Beer Bible Happy Monday, Thieves! This week's show feels like the Before Times in the very best of ways. We gathered at Carton Brewing on a recent weekend to welcome Jeff Alworth back to Steal This Beer. The Portland, Oregon, resident was on the east coast supporting the 2nd Edition of his best-selling The Beer Bible, and in addition to talking about writing, we go deep into "romantic facts" that surround brewing, lagers and cask ale, and the general merriment that comes with getting together at the pub for proper pints. As a bonus, the black glasses were pulled from the Casse cellar and our pal went deep with some thoughtful selections. Tune in and let us know what you think!***As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
How do I want to engage in the world?Do I want to be an academic teaching philosophy as a professor?Wouldn't that be a very inward-looking, insular kind of life?Is that what I want? Those were some of the questions Janet Hook, (Harvard Class '77) asked herself before deciding not to pursue a Phd in philosophy. For Janet, a Harvard graduate with a degree in philosophy and government, her career choice is also a lifestyle choice. She chose to become a journalist right after college. In “Where Are They Now?” Episode #3, Gemma Schneider (Harvard student journalist/Class of 2023) interviews Los Angeles Time national correspondent Janet Hook. Janet reflects on her student days at Harvard, and some of the ways in which she has been influenced to choose the path of a journalist. She also talks candidly about her career trajectory and the life of a reporter. I am happy to be co-hosting this podcast as a contributing commentator. You'll hear my thoughts about how Harvard fit into my former career as a TV journalist as well. --------------------- “Where Are They Now?” is a special co-production between One in a Billion and WHRB (Harvard Radio Broadcasting). It is a 6-part series featuring one-on-one interviews with Harvard graduates who draw lessons from their campus experience and personal insight from their current career to give you a taste of their trailblazing journey. “Where Are They Now” is sponsored exclusively by One in a Billion Productions Inc. (501c3) – an educational media company designed to foster Asian voices and to build bridges between different communities of color. We believe in the power of personal storytelling to reach a wider and diverse community of audiences for better intercultural understanding.
This is Halloween, This is Halloween... And this is also the second week of the Geek in the Streets' October specials! Join Ian and Arielle as they discuss a holiday classic- Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. There are plenty of fun facts and spooky stories to go around!
We get a new POV, some returning favs and it's time to start keeping track of prophecies. Join us in the Withywalls! CWs for Scenes of bullying, death, grief Spoiler section begins at 1hr 52 min NEXT EPISODE: Fool's Assassin Chapter 13-16 (CWs for death) Buckkeep Radio - Episode 85: Fool's Assassin Ch 9-12. Featuring Rachel, Alyssa, Jenny, Eli, Ashley and Joey The Realm of the Elderlings novels are written by Robin Hobb. Our theme is The Streets of Sant-Ivo by Mid-Air Machine
Our introduction to Halo 3 ODST Hosts: Anthony Ragucci & Chris Trio Guest Host: Chris Geddes Join our community! https://discord.gg/JwK9RDXXFm Check us out on your favorite podcast app! Apple Podcasts- https://apple.co/356utFa Spotify- https://spoti.fi/2XcfDZd Watch us live on twitch at twitch.tv/delconerdnetwork! Follow Us! https://www.flow.page/delconerds Intro and Outro Music by F1NG3RS http://F1NG3RS.com https://youtube.com/user/F1NG3RSMUSIC https://twitter.com/F1NG3RSMUSIC https://facebook.com/f1ng3rsmusic
With special guest star Tawmis (@New_Warriors) from New Warriors Dot Com website: The New Warriors #61- 67 Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage: Alpha #1 Spectacular Spider-Man #228 Web of Spider-Man #129 Green Goblin #2 Web of Scarlet Spider #3 - 4 We have books and clones, and clones, and book, and books, and clones. You see what I am doing here. I guess we also have the rest of the Warriors as well, which means there are a ton of characters that we are covering. And yet, the only reason we are here is to talk about Alex, and he is barely here. But we do get some Friday. That is right, the little spaceship that could has shown up to party with the Warriors, and then she gets treated like a rental car on Spring Break by Nova. I mean, really....let me clutch my pearls. Speaking of showing up, we have Timeslip. A new character to add to the mix with a very fascinating costume and a power that screams out deus ex-machina. I am glad that we are not taking a drink every time a new character shows up. Speaking of characters, Namorita is still bouncing around. Still on her evil kick, and still somewhat pursued by her one true love, Nova, who starts hanging out with his ex-girlfriend. Nice, real nice. So, there is a lot of drama going on, and a mess...A MESS... of Spiders-Men. Clones...everywhere there are clones. And then there are clones of clones. There is clones pretending they are not clones, and vice versa. It is a whole lot of story that eventually really hurt the flag bearer. So, there is that. All in all, we had a really fun time talking to our guest. It is always great having some new views from someone who really knows the source material and the characters. It was also fascinating to find out that he also knows a lot about.....other properties from last century. All in all, it is a barn burner of an episode. We laugh and talk and talk and laugh and are eventually taken over by clones. In fact, we may be clones. You do not know, and we are not going to tell you. And on that note, I guess that I am done. Sometimes you just do not know how to end a rant, so I will leave on the heels of Spider-Man's butt. Don't judge me, it may be a clones. Check out our website: https://jeffandrickpresent.wordpress.com/2021/10/10/the-new-warriors-overview-3/ Don't forget to support us on Patreon, https://www.patreon.com/JeffandRickPresent. We have started to release monthly episodes for our Energizer and greater tiers. We are covering the alternate versions mini-series that started in 2005. You can also subscribe and listen to us on YouTube! We also have some merchandise over at Redbubble. We have a couple of nifty shirts for sale. https://www.redbubble.com/people/jeffrickpresent/?asc=u Our show supports the Hero Initiative, Helping Comic Creators in Need. http://www.heroinitiative.org/ Eighties Action by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3703-eighties-action License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Hit the Streets by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3879-hit-the-streets License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
In other news: the resignation of the Chicago Park District's CEO Mike Kelly; a person is in stable condition after being shot on the Eisenhower Expressway; a west suburban Chicago man has been sentenced to eight and a half years in federal prison for trafficking dozens of guns from Kentucky to Chicago; and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we get towards the end of our run here on Buzzsprout with the dedicated reruns feed, I felt it would be apropos to share the first two episodes of Channel 1. A couple caveats: 1) The production quality of the intro and outro are -TERRIBLE-! 2) Due to a simple mistake on my part, the music blocks on these two episodes are in mono. I discovered and corrected the issue in time to save Episode 3, but not in time for episodes 1 and 2. But, these are both great episodes and great collections of music! Especially episode 2, and my enthusiasm at the start of my podcasting journey can clearly be felt. So, it's for these reasons that I hope you'll enjoy them! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The moment has finally come - the Channel 1 podcast is HERE! Today's broadcast is Episode 1 for ThemeThursday, January 5th, 2017. Today's Theme is title screen music on a program we're calling “Press Start”. Tracklist - Track#, Game, System, Composer, Timestamp: 01: Intro - 00:00 02: Sonic 3 - Genesis - Tomonori Sawada - 01:50 03: Double Dragon - NES - Kazunaka Yamane - 02:05 04: Metroid - FDS - Hirokazu ("Hip") Tanaka - 03:44 05: Crash Bandicoot - PS1 - Josh Mancell - 05:17 06: SpiderMan/X-Men - SNES - Tim and Geoff Follin - 06:51 07: Halo - Xbox - Martin O'Donnell - 07:48 08: Ballblazer - Atari 8-bit - Peter Langston and “Riffology” - 10:35 09: Doom 2016 - Multiplat - Mick Gordon - 12:59 10: Street Fighter 2 - Arcade - Yoko Shimomura - 15:20 11: SomerAssault - TG16 - Hidehito Aoki and Katsuyuki Inose - 15:46 12: Zelda II - FDS - Akito Nakatsuka - 18:29 13: LED Storm - ZX Spectrum - Tim Follin - 20:56 14: Streets of Rage - Genesis - Yuzo Koshiro - 23:38 15: Mega Man 2 - NES - Takashi Tateishi - 25:05 16: Shovel Knight - Multi - Jake Kaufman - 26:48 17: Ocarina of Time - N64 - Koji Kondo - 27:40 18: Revenge of Shinobi - PC88 - Yuzo Koshiro - 30:03 19: Golden Axe - C64 - comp: You Takada / arr: Jeroen Tel - 30:22 20: Final Fantasy VII - PS1 - Nobuo Uematsu - 33:05 21: Bonk's Revenge - TG16 - Hirohiko Takayama - 35:52 22: Wolfchild - Amiga - Martin Iveson - 36:10 23: Kirby's Dreamland - Gameboy - Jun Ishikawa - 39:47 24: X-Men - Arcade - Junya Nakano - 40:24 25: Mortal Kombat - Genesis - Matt Furniss - 40:59 26: Black Belt - Mastersystem - Katsuhiro Hayashi - 42:01 27: Xybots - Arcade - Hal Canon, Brad Fuller, and/or Earl Vickers - 42:11 28: Super Mario World - SNES - Koji Kondo - 42:31 29: Outro - 44:03 Music Block Runtime: 42:14, Total Episode Runtime: 50:31 Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio - Jet Grind Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights
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On this episode, we voice our opinions on Black Panther star Letitia Wright's anti-vax talk as well as R. Kelly might start telling. GMack has worked out our live streaming kinks and the merch store is jumpin! Koky Moe The Don tells us abou his efforts to help the homeless in his area. We also have a hilsrious critique of some of our favorite TV characters. Check dahoodcast.live and cop something!
Friend of TWiP and veteran street photographer and podcaster Valerie Jardin joins the show to share the news about her decision to end her popular Hit the Streets podcast. The post Valerie Jardin Ends Her Podcast, Hit the Streets appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Friend of TWiP and veteran street photographer and podcaster Valerie Jardin joins the show to share the news about her decision to end her popular Hit the Streets podcast. The post Valerie Jardin Ends Her Podcast, Hit the Streets appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this special Best Of Shared Space Season 2! We talk with architects, psychologist, designers, activists, writers, urban planners – a host of amazing community changemakers on season two and we weave all of those together for you all. We start with a basic understanding of what is loneliness, social health, and social capital and why is it so important? Then we dive into office spaces, public places, housing, and more – exploring examples from across the globe as to what types of design strategies and approaches foster health, happiness, social connection and combat loneliness. Interviews Dr. Mario Luis Small, sociologist, endowed professor at Harvard University, and Panama native - shares his studies on social networks, and starts by defining a key component of our social health – social capital, and why it is critical for so many of the other social determinants we think of from transportation, education and habit formation. Nigel Oseland, author and environmental psychologist – shares findings from his recent book Beyond The Workplace Zoo: Humanizing the Office. He specializes in workplace design for human connection, and I was honored to be his first interview for his new book. Emily Anthes, New York Times reporter and author shares findings from her book – The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness. Mitchell Reardon, urban planner with Happy Cities – talks about what it means to create truly accessible spaces for everyone, where everyone feels welcome. He shares fascinating research findings around Streets for People, a study they did in Canada at the beginning of the Pandemic. Katie Swenson, design activist and author of MASS Design Group just published two books – Design with Love: At Home in America about her time with Enterprise Communities, and In Bohemia about her personal journey. She discussed how architecture needs to rethink and evaluate the success of spaces and the importance of dignity in design as a fundamental need. Shelby Blessing, Architect and Activist in Austin Texas shares her experiences working with the Community First Village in Austin – designed specifically for community building and connection for formerly homeless individuals. June Grant, Okland based activist and architect shares her experiences working with AARP – the largest non-profit dedicated to older adults to create a guidebook for Accessory Dwelling Units – as a method for maintaining community fabric and fostering social connection in communities. Andrew Howard, urban planner with Team Better Block and WGI talks about what is really important about not only the product but the process of community design. Judy Sullivan and Meg Moschetto from the Cochrane Heights Neighborhood Association in Dallas, Texas share their perspective of citizen activists that transformed a rundown empty space into a vibrant public community space. They share what it took to get it done and what it changed for their neighborhood community. ... About the Host: Erin is an architect and design researcher bridging the gap between research and practice with a focus on design for health. Website: www.erinpeavey.com Twitter: @erin_peavey Instagram: @design.for.health --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/erinpeavey/message
On this episode of the podcast the guys interview upcoming *MANIFEST- artist, Streets Love, about his debut single So Trill. Out now on www.jointhecult.co Have you visited our website yet? No? Why not? www.jointhecult.co should be your first stop for all things *MANIFEST- from clothing, candles, podcasts, videos and music. Check it out! If you would like to get in contact with us please feel free to follow our Instagram page @themanifesteffect and our Twitter page @_manifesteffect or email us at email@example.com Please feel free to share out podcast with anybody that you think would enjoy it! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Ben Reiter is the executive director for Beat the Streets National. Prior to his current role, Ben lived in Peru for 10 years where he was a professional MMA fighter, fighting in both Bellator and Inka FC. In college, Ben wrestled for Penn. Please enjoy! * PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBAT This episode is presented by Spartan Combat. The Spartan Combat Nationals are returning to Jacksonville, Florida on April 8-10, 2022. Register now at SpartanCombat.Com * FANS If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! * TEXT THE SHOW –Keyword: Wrestle –Number: 224-54 * FOLLOW the PODCAST Twitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My Life Facebook: Wrestling Changed My Life Website: wrestlingchangedmylife.com Shop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com *** ABOUT Presented by Spartan Combat, the Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features long-form interviews with amateur wrestlers - past and current - MMA fighters and titans of industry. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday, where host Ryan Warner talks college wrestling, Olympic wrestling and more with some of the biggest names in the sport. Wrestling Changed My Life also produces original audio documentaries including Slaying Saitiev, The Smiths and Gable the GOAT.
John and Jamie are joined again by their good friend Justin Carolyne for the second installment of their Love Letter to Fall. The air has a chill, the leaves are starting to fall, the commercials on TV have more and more to do with candy and monsters - it is officially October 2021. The group discusses the Top-5 Streets from Horror Films that they would want to Trick Or Treat on. Tune in to hear about 15 incredible movies with an annual guest and friend.
Episode 338 - John Harris, Ecliptic Brewing Happy Monday, Thieves!***As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
Gizelle and Robyn talk about R Kelly, Kevin Hart and Nick Cannon's prank war, Kamala Harris, The Fugees, album release parties, Kelly Price, Will Smith, Shaq and Real Housewives of ATL. The ladies also answer a few questions from Reasonably Shady listeners! Get in touch with the show: email@example.com Follow Robyn on IG: @robyndixon10 Follow Gizelle on IG: @gizellebryant Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this week's episode of The Compound & Friends, Michael Batnick, Dan Egan, and Downtown Josh Brown discuss: economic growth after Delta, excessive bubble talk, the Betterment platform, when investors freak out, Beijing's behavioral finance, fractional shares and direct indexing, target date funds, what offices are good for, live-streaming Ray-bans, and more!This episode is brought to you by Liftoff. Invest for your future at liftoffinvest.com and grow your wealth by teaming up with a Ritholtz expert. Liftoff® is an automated investment advisory service that is powered by Betterment. Liftoff® is a wholly owned entity of Ritholtz Wealth Management LLC. Ritholtz Wealth Management is a Registered Investment Advisor who receives fees from clients who invest in their Liftoff proprietary portfolios, which are not necessarily discussed in the commentary.Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here: https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.