On episode 158 of the Atlantic City and Casino Biz Podcast, Kyle and Craig discuss how the first public school on the island was created and when “Summertime on the... Read more »
Alright gang, it's the Season 3 Finale! In this episode we'll be having a crack at something different. We'll also be taking a look at the six weeks I spent in Britain this summer. Nature rambles, new discoveries, old haunts, loved ones, craft beer, and recharging my souls battery. All this and more await. YOU CAN FIND ALL THINGS 'DIMED OUT' RELATED, WEBSITE, MERCHANDISE, SUBSCRIPTION LINKS, OTHER PODCAST RELATED GUBBINS ETC - RIGHT HERE LIKE WHAT YOU'VE HEARD AND WANT TO HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF DIMED OUT? THEN CHECK OUT OUR KO-FI PAGE LOVE WHAT YOU'VE HEARD AND WANT EVEN MORE CONTENT? THEN CHECK OUT OUR PATREON PAGE HERE WANT TO GET IN TOUCH? KEEP UP TO DATE OR SEND COMMENTS & FEEDBACK? - YOU CAN FIND ME ON TWITTER & INSTAGRAM OR BETTER YET, LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL VIA THE LINK BELOW AND HAVE YOUR INPUT FEATURED ON A FUTURE EPISODE. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dimedout/message
On today's show, Tony breaks down what to do when you're unsuccessful on the opener and are now considering laying low unit the rut looms closer. Connect with Wired To Hunt and MeatEater Tony Peterson on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's show, Tony breaks down what to do when you're unsuccessful on the opener and are now considering laying low unit the rut looms closer. Connect with Wired To Hunt and MeatEater Tony Peterson on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Born and Raised in Hawaii, Michael Sun Lee is an Actor and Voice Over Artist who started acting and performing in Musical Theater at KCC, UH, and Kumu Kahua Theater, he is currently splitting his Summertime between Los Angeles and Oahu. Currently an Unemployed Event Bartender and Actor so find me at Waikiki Walls, Mai Tai Bar, Foodland, 24 hour Fitness or on Tinder and Bumble TV/Film appearances include: Fuller House, NCIS:NOLA, NCIS: LA, General Hospital, Lifetime's Stalked By My Husbands Ex, Hawaii Five-O, Days Of Our Lives…and the 2021 Inauguration of Biden/Harris Voice Over work include: Disney's Moana, Kubo And The Two Strings, Netflix's Extracurricular. Currently can be seen in recurring in these Webseries Sunnyside Up on BratTV, Glasscock Park, Lisa At Large on Youtube Upcoming Roles: Guest Starring on the new CSI:Vegas, and the Feature Film DWELLER IMDb Michael Sun Lee for more. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1372170/ Social Media Instagram: @MichaelSunLee TikTok: @MichaelSunLee FaceBook: @MichaelSunLee Clubhouse @MichaelSunLee
Hosted By: Queen J She discuss SummerSlam results, Extreme Rules predications, Questions from twitter,and a whole lot more!! ====================================== Next up: Check out Hood Movie Sessions newest episode 8/31/21 for download. Before the movie review comes out watch The Night in Compton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo6GRLmhgms ======================================= Check out the list!! Summertime episodes for KedaNJayShow available on friday's at 12 noon ET We Talk Next episodes are available for download on sunday's Once a month Hood Movie Sessions at the end of each month 30th or 31st More details on KedaNJayShow website https://www.kedanjayshow.com/ ============================================== Social Media Twitter @badgirlgoodgir8 @GamerGirlDaphne @amazing_j2698 @kedanjayshow @wtnpodcast @TheJayGiles @yeahuknowit1991 @MoneyMakerChris =========================== Listen live or Download https://www.kedanjayshow.com/ Mixlr: http://mixlr.com/kedanjayshow/ Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=76371 Apple Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/kedanjay-show/id1052532214?mt=2 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KedaNJayshow ============================= Shoutouts Wrestlebread Podcast @Wrestlebread | Linktree The Wrestling Court https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thewrestlingcourt TVZone Podcast Network https://www.podpage.com/the-tvzonepodcastnetworks-podcast/
The boys are back to discuss the dip in form for OC3 losses in a rowBad form and suspensionsTough schedule upcomingPlayoffs??Leagues cup debateThe boys had a therapy session of sorts discussing a lot. Tune in and rate and review
The Spring and Summer of 2021 were truly unprecedented algorithmic times for Google. So, the Marketing O'Clock team talks to the best and brightest in SEO to discuss the impact across sites, verticals, and the web as a whole. Our SEO experts are: Lily Ray: Senior Director of SEO and Head of Organic Research at Amsive Digital Glenn Gabe: SEO consultant at G-squared interactive Greg Finn: Partner at Cypress North and Marketing O'Clock cohost First, Google announced Core Web Vitals and the Page Experience Update. Then, in the months ahead of the rollout, they seemed to drop one update after another. With all these fluctuations, how can SEOs even begin to assess the impact on site performance? We break down all the updates from recent months:April 8: Product Reviews Update June 2: Core Update June 15: Page Experience Update starts rolling out June 23: Spam Update (Part One) June 28: Spam Update (Part Two) July 1: Core Update July 26: Link Spam Update (took until Aug 24 to fully roll out) Sep 2: Page Experience Update finished rolling out (with News changes to finish within the following week.) Plus, our experts tell you what you need to know about the changes in Google's Web Titles and share advice for surviving and thriving across future core updates.
Canciones para el final del verano: 'Summertime' por Billie Holiday, Sidney Bechet, Stan Getz, Cande y Paulo, Shirley Horn y Dianne Reeves; 'Once upon a summertime' por Blossom Dearie; 'Verão' por Rosa Passos; 'Chuvas de verão' y 'Samba de verão' por Caetano Veloso; 'Estate' por João Gilberto y 'E la chiamano estate' por Lisa Ono. Escuchar audio
First broadcast on September 20, 1977. Blind John Davis, Chicago blues pianist, discusses his time playing in Germany and at the Blue Note jazz club, chitlin' parties, growing up on the West side of Chicago. He also recalls meeting and working with musicians like Tampa Red and Big Bill Broonzy. Music by John Davis (unless noted as another artist) is played throughout : "Jim Town Blues", "Every Day I Got the Blues", "Pine Top's Boogie Woogie", "Summertime", "Looking Up at Down"- Big Bill Broonzy, "Killer Diller Blues"- Memphis Minnie, "Moanin' the Blues", "When I Lost My Baby", and "Magic Carpet". Music has been removed from this recording for copyright reasons.
Three fellers form a team to discuss a now irrelevant superhero blockbuster... They are... The Media Boys Squad. Oh what, you want a clever pun on the film's title? The Mediacide Squad? Yeah uhhhhh more like The Pooicide Squad! And if its Summertime? The Poolside Squad! And if you're rich? The Poolinside Squad! Because only rich folks own pools in their home. As for me? I simply, humbly own a simple humble bathtub. That's right. I'm humble. I don't even own a rubber duck. I do buy the brand name Mr. Bubbles though. Oh no... I bragged about buying brand name... Maybe I'm not so humble after all... Now wait a minute! The water in my tub is as cold as the Tuna sandwich I left on the counter over night. I ate it and now my stomach hurts :/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvFjMyga8ob_UHmSw4XUoA Twitter - https://twitter.com/mediaboys_pod?lang=en The Suicide Squad Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuDLepNa7hw Media Boys Podcast is Nathaniel Combs, William Doyle, and Chris "Show" Miele Edited by Chris "Show" Miele Theme Song by Nick Brunston Artwork by Chris "Show" Miele
Summertime Funtime Guest Bailiff Monte Belmonte joins Judge John Hodgman in saying goodbye to his New England Summer. It's the Judge's last day in his Summertime chambers with Joel Mann the Mole Mann at WERU Community Radio in Orland, Maine. The J Squad and Lil Monte clear the docket of the New England located disputes waiting for justice. Table manners, how to eat a burger, Massachusetts pronunciations, Vermont and New Hampshire orientation, New England borders, and Cape Cod geography!Thank you so much to Joel Mann and WERU for hosting our summertime chambers again this year. WERU is a community supported freeform radio, and is available to stream at weru.org. Monte Belmonte can be heard on WRSI Radio at wrsi.com. His podcast, A Week of Mornings, is available wherever you get podcasts.
This week in our lookback at the first season of Sonic Summestock Playhouse. the Ward Boys host as we proudly present the amazing Icebox Theater's recreation of the Louise Fletcher classic "The Hitchhiker"! Summertime rocks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been active on many fronts, notwithstanding the absence of a Senate-confirmed director. Please join Mayer Brown partners Ori Lev and Stephanie Robinson and associate Christa Bieker to discuss CFPB developments over the past months.
Summer, Summer, Summer time! On this bonus episode the trio talks about their “hot girl summer” post quarantine. Did we go outside? We know others did and some foolishness came with it. Listen in as we discuss all that has happened since we've been away. Connect with us on social media: Instagram/Twitter: @uncutconversations Website: uncutconversations.com We want to hear from you! Send us your questions, feedback, and any episode suggestions to email@example.com
Wata owner and game seller responds to controversy, the existence of retro gaming market manipulation, summertime video game memories, and much more! Check out our sponsors! : D Magic Spoon - Save $5 on yummy, healthy cereal! Manscaped - Save 20% and free shipping with code CUPodcast Nord VPN - Save 70% on internet privacy & protection --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecupodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecupodcast/support
64. Class is in session! Time to learn all about the "3 R's" -readin', writin' & ROCKABILLY MUSIC with your rock & roll professor, DJ Del Villarreal! Summertime is at a close and we're getting back to school with a full schedule of the finest roots rockin' sounds every made -classroom rockers from Billy Harlan, Simon Crum, Chuck Berry, Terry Dunovan, Eva Eastwood, Ray Allen, The Go Getters & even Benny Joy is making the grade! Hear the brand new full length release from Stray Cats frontman & guitarist Brian Setzer, we've got the latest from Tammi Savoy, a wild new western tune from The Legendary Shack Shakers, the hot new 45 from Mike Bell & The Belltones and fresh hot songs from Lara Hope, Darrel Higham, Lucky Jones and even Rockabilly Hall-Of-Famer, Miss Wanda Jackson! Tiki-Billy toonage to help you enjoy this lingering hot weather and MORE are in this week's 3 hour episode of "Go Kat, GO! The Rock-A-Billy Show!" -good to the last bop!™
The classroom can be a space for us to engage in deep learning, rigorous debate, collaboration and critical thinking. It's a space where our senses can be active and nourished. However, entry into the classroom has been historically limited to upper-caste cis men. What happens when these exclusions are challenged? This is a bonus episode of Research Radio, where P Thirumal and Carmel Christy join us to discuss their EPW article on higher education in India and their scholarship on media studies. Dr P Thirumal teaches at the Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad. He teaches courses related to theory, history and media Science with reference to modernity and deep time. His scholarship has focused on the cultural histories of North East India including embodiment studies focussing on discriminatory practices of Dalit Bahujans in higher education institutions in India. Dr Carmel Christy K J is currently an International Fellow of the Urban Studies Foundation, Glasgow, which is affiliated to the International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden. She teaches journalism at Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi. Her research on the politics of gender, sexuality, caste, religion, media and urban space broadly focuses on spatial production of marginality and responses to it in India. We will be discussing their co-authored piece “Why Indian Universities Are Places Where Savarnas Get Affection and Dalit-Bahujans Experience Distance.” We will also discuss Christy's book “Sexuality and Public Space in India: Reading the Visible” and her article “Universities as Spaces of Disaffection” and Thirumal's recent article “Regurgitative Violence: The Sacred and the Profane in Higher Education Institutions in India” and “Dominant Bodies and Their Ethical Performances: Violence of Caste Embodiment in Higher Educational Institutions.” Audio courtesy: Summertime by Tokyo Music Walker https://soundcloud.com/user-356546060 [CC BY 3.0]
Summer on Summer! So thankful to visit my friend Summer Singletary in San Francisco. She spent several years in Orlando learning how plants heal us and then gained experience worldwide. She helped to Co-Found The Kosmic Kitchen and has now moved onto her own ventures of Marketing for unconventional brands Warmly Summer and an Herbal Business Conference Emblossom Herbal. We chat her journey with herbs, her journey to SF, and her brand new journey with the Enneagram. Plus a delish and healthy-ish Tito's Handmade Vodka Cocktail. Please do ENJOY!
01. DIM MAK PICK OF THE WEEK: Black Caviar ft EMIDA - Collect Check [Dim Mak] 02. MOGUAI & NIINO - Southside Island [Dim Mak] 03. Aviella - Downtown Love (Leondis Remix) [Dim Mak] 04. NEW NOISE MIX: +LMNTS & Camille Ruz - Close [New Noise] 05. NEW NOISE MIX: aboywithabag - Summertime in New York [New Noise] 06. NEW NOISE MIX: Gettoblaster ft Missy - Work It [New Noise] 07. NEW NOISE MIX: The Golden Pony - Say Wuttt?! [New Noise] 08. FRIDAY FLASHBACK MIX: Henry Fong & Knock2 ft General Degree - What's the Move [Dim Mak] 09. FRIDAY FLASHBACK MIX: Curbi - Flip It [Dim Mak] 10. FRIDAY FLASHBACK MIX: Max Styler - Feel It (Steve Aoki Remix) [Dim Mak] 11. FRIDAY FLASHBACK MIX: BROHUG - Droppers [Dim Mak] 12. Guest Mix: Synymata Synymata & neverwaves - Bury Me Alive SLANDER & Moody Good - Heart Break (feat. Karra) [Oddprophet Remix] VARI - ID chris elrik - demonslayer.ixi Seven Lions - Only Now (feat. Tyler Graves) [Synymata Remix] SLANDER - Love Is Gone (feat. Dylan Matthew) [Synymata Remix] Synymata & KLAXX - ID SLANDER & Synymata - When I'm With You (feat. neverwaves) 13. Global Dan ft Ayo & Teo & Global Dell - Won [Dim Mak]
Pat Bedeau – “Summertime” (Bedfunk Mix) [Atjazz Record Company] Diephuis & Natasha Watts – “Time Will Never Stop” (Main Mix) [Atjazz Record Company] Hallex M, Bongi Mvuyana, Atjazz – “Day By Day” (Atjazz Remix) [Foliage Records] Wez Whynt, Earl W. Green, Jason Nicholson Porter, Nickson, SoulLab – “You Will Know” (SoulLab Spiritual Vocal Mix) [Raising […] The post Funk and Disorderly 5th Sep 2021 appeared first on SSRadio.
Alright Y'all were back with another episode just in time for all your Labor Day Weekend Celebrations. Sit back, relax & crack open a few cold ones all the while remembering why we thanks for holiday's like these. Cheers Y'all, Have a great weekend! Stay Connected!!! https://www.instagram.com/jewels2pointoh/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2 If Y'all are ever curious about any of the beers we discuss during the episodes, often times we are using the Tavour app and their selection never disappoints. To get some of the best beers we've ever have had, try Tavour. There is no commitment and you can customize what beers you're offered based on your individual preferences. Sign up by clicking on this link https://account.tavour.com/?invitedby=630189 and we both get $10 after you purchase a beer. The Black Oxygen Organics products have been formulated to help reduce the effects of inflammation and oxidative stress. In addition to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, our effective products also help: Most Powerful Electrolyte in Existence Delivers Usable Oxygen into the Cell 70+ Trace Minerals Reduces Oxidative Stress Improves Immune Function Supports Healthy Circulation Boosts Metabolism Improves Brain Function, Memory, Mood Improves Heart Health Increases Nutrient Absorption Removes Toxins, Heavy Metals, Pesticides Cell Regenerating Enhances, Repopulates Gut Flora Helps Balance Hormones Get yourself some BOO today!!! - - - https://blackoxygenorganics.com/aireybros1
We're baaaaacccckkkkkkkk! The #summer is coming to an end and we're coming back to keep you entertained, enlightened, and laughing through it all. We have a lot of fun things on the horizon for our dope friends. So tune in for S2:E1 (all of our fellow #Netflix, #Hulu, and #Prime binge-watchers know to translate that) on September 8! In the meantime, and in-between time, go back and listen to a few of the BTBP oldies but goodies! See ya soon!
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August 2021: Inventory is rising, at least for condos in Brookline. What does that mean for the real estate market? Ron and Avi review the stats and discuss. We also look ahead to post-Labor day expectations.
Milwaukee Film's C&C Festival kicks off on September 6th, https://mkefilm.org/ccf 'Summertime' is one of those films featured and it's a film that follows intersecting stories of 27 poets over a single day in Los Angeles. The Cinebuddies were pleasantly surprised and delighted at how the film came together. Listen to what they had to say and make sure to subscribe and comment.
We are back with our second podcast for August! This time we focus on summer! We start off talking about some recent news before we dive into our theme for the episode. Everything from Break Steaks to the Jersey Shore is covered as we reminisce about SUMMERTIME!
After a week off, the pod is back to discuss what happened while we were on a small vacay. Sin City was the destination and wrasslin' was the focal point. We get into all of that and all the other happenings of the trip. Check it out and see what we've been up to! (We […]
This is a follow up to the “Summer Time & Self Care” episode because the struggle with self-care, focus, productivity, stress and creativity is real. In this episode, in addition to recognizing burnout and struggles with creativity and productivity I share 3 strategies I have been using to be productive and build more self care into my routine. Connect with @carryonfriends - Twitter | Instagram | FacebookEnjoyed the show? Please remember to leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts. A Breadfruit Media Production: Twitter Support the show (http://glow.fm/carryonfriends)
Summertime and the livin' is easy,” so said the great George Gershwin in his classic song. It's nearing the end of summer but we wanted to share with you some classic tales that reminded us of summertime. We all have great summer memories - biking with your friends, going on adventures, playing baseball, climbing rocks and wading in rivers, visiting family and coming home again. It's one of the greatest times of the year when the days are long and the weather is hot, and we wanted to bring you some classic stories that remind us of those good memories. You'll hear Norah Dooley tell “When Our Streetlights Come On,” a story about biking with her brother. Tim Lowry shares “Summer,” a collection of stories that remind him of summers as a kid growing up in South Carolina. You'll hear Olga Loya tell “Opossum and Coyote” a classic myth about an old trickster. And finally you'll hear Allison Downey sing about coming home again. We hope these stories will remind you of some summer memories that you can keep with you all year long. On today's episode, enjoy the following: “When Our Streetlights Come On” by Norah Dooley from My Bad, Bad Dog and Other Stories (2:45) Radio Family Journal: "Pine Creek Canyon" by Sam Payne (14:03) The Daily Mix: "TV Time" with Jeff Simpson (20:12) “Summer” by Tim Lowry from My Favorite Time of Year (28:02) “Opossum and Coyote” by Olga Loya from Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and other Latin American Trickster Tales (45:48) “Texas (Home Again) by Allison Downey from Across the Sea (52:32)
01. aboywithabag - Summertime in New York [New Noise] 02. PEACE MAKER! & Birthdayy Partyy - Rock Wit It [New Noise] 03. DJ Susan & Skonka - Pull Up [New Noise] 04. DIM MAK PICK OF THE WEEK: Gammer & Riot Ten - NGMF [Dim Mak] 05. Gammer Fatman Scoop - Stampede [Dim Mak] 06. Slippy - Free [New Noise] 07. Snavs - Moods [DIm Mak] 08. DIM MAK NEW RELEASE PLAYLIST: Synymata & neverwaves - Bury Me Alive [New Noise] 09. Bear Grillz & Tisoki ft Sam Nelson - Taking Over (Save Yourself Remix) [Dim Mak] 10. Save Yourself - Rage Runners [New Noise] 11. FRIDAY FLASHBACK: I.Y.F.F.E & William Black - Not Fair [New Noise] 12. Guest Mix: Leondis 01. The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay (Leondis Remix) 02. Danko - Pump It Up (Dastic Remix) 03. Diplo, Sonny Fodera vs. Dua Lipa, DaBaby - Turn Back Time vs. Levitating (WeDamnz VIP Edit) 04. Without Me Vs. Stop It (Cheyenne Giles Remix Vs. DJ Armin Aveiru Bootleg Vs. DJ Armin Aveiru) [Intro Clean] 05. Aviella - Downtown Love (Leondis Remix) 06. Kid Cudi - Day 'N' Nite (Crookers Remix & Cheyenne Giles 2020 Remix) 07.Junior Senior - Move Your Feet X Ship Wrek - Danger (Leondis Edit) 08. Danny Quest, Selva & Malarkey - More Than Friends (Radio Edit) 09. Cheat Codes & AJ Mitchell - Hate You + Love You (Leondis Remix) 10. Whitney Houston x COASTR. x Loote - This Is Higher Love (COASTR. Edit) 13. Andrekza - Paris [Dim Mak En Fuego]
Every month Maureen does a live Q & A on Facebook and YouTube answering questions submitted by listeners. Have a question? Email her at email@example.comThis month's questions:How did Maureen become The Photo Detective?Summertime hazards for photosDisaster planning tipsDid snapshots get mounted on card stock? Related Episodes:Episode 138: Ask Maureen. July 2021 EditionEpisode 125: Ask Maureen. April 2021 EditionLinks:Sign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London, and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website, and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles, and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts
I'm giving away Four (4) iTunes Digital Codes of Summertime. Subscribe to my Deepest Dream YouTube Channel to qualify & then email your giveaway entry to firstname.lastname@example.org Contest ends Sunday, August 29th at 5 pm pt. Purchase Summertime on Amazon. We receive a small commission if you purchase/rent these movies via our Amazon links. Movies reviewed include Coda, Mosquito State, Behemoth, and Together. Check out Bruce's videos on Rustomire!
Hey guys! Had to reload this episode because this feed actually had an interview with another director instead of Summertime director Carlos Lopez Estrada and Raul Herrera. Anyways, if you already listened to it last week, apologies! It was a pleasure to interview Director Carlos López Estrada and spoken word artist/educator Raul Herrera for Summertime. […]
It was a pleasure to interview Director Carlos López Estrada and spoken word artist/educator Raul Herrera for Summertime. The ambitious feature centers on the lives of 25 young Los Angeles inhabitants who have their own dreams and ambitions. A sweeping and at times evocative look at these diverse and inspiring lives, Summertime is one of […]
In this episode of the Ridiculously Amazing Insurance Agent podcast, host Kelly Donahue-Piro brings you a mashup of her 3-minute videos. Summer is supposed to be full of joy and ease. But, in insurance, you know that is NOT the case. Make some changes and make summer great again. Episode Highlights: Kelly explains the first thing that causes a summer hangover. (2:53) Kelly mentions a couple of things that should be in your plan. (4:08) Kelly shares the second reason that you might have a summer hangover. (6:07) Kelly explains how to manage a very productive book of business while short staffed at the same time. (7:36) Kelly gives us the third reason that can contribute to a summer hangover. (11:56) Kelly shares her thoughts on summer hours. (12:33) Kelly explains the fourth reason that causes a summer hangover. (14:38) Key Quotes: “What I am advocating is that we all need a plan for vacations. We need a plan to say what happens before you go on vacation and after, and how to seamlessly plan for work between people. And because vacations come up regularly, every agency needs a good plan for this.” - Kelly Donahue-Piro “For agencies out there, if you're feeling the summer hangover, check your book of business. You might be surprised to find some of your most chaotic months, or when you're the shortest staff and that's the problem that we have to address.” - Kelly Donahue-Piro “Stack the deck in your favor, don't stack it against yourself. When you're doing this, keep in mind that your goal in major agency change is adoption. And, that may be hard to do when people are ships passing in the night or up to their eyeballs. So, you know, take a look and build a strategy when you're looking for agency changes.” - Kelly Donahue-Piro Resources Mentioned: Kelly Donahue-Piro LinkedIn Agency Performance Partners
What happens to us in life is not as important as whether or not we use the experience to grow.In this week's episode, Aaliyan will be sharing his learnings and growth from his summer hiatus. Throughout the episode, topics will include:-understanding/measuring what matters most-mental endurance and how to lean on it-memento moriAdditional Resources:The Daily StoicTo stay up to date with the See Me Show, be sure to subscribe and follow us on Instagram @SeeMeShowPod
The Grindhouse Radio: LIVE and Uncut -- The GHR Crew (Brimstone, Kim Adragna and Mr. Greer) embark on an exclusive discussion that delves into Greer's bug squishing, lightening bug extermination and distaste for spiders. The cast engages with the live audience and touches on topics that normally wouldn't be heard on the air. Live and Uncut - experience the Grindhouse crew as you've never seen and heard them before.
This week is the final podcast in our summertime rewind series before we get back to brand new interviews! Today on the podcast we go all the way back to podcast episode 64, which originally aired on December 13, 2017 with Dr. Victor Montori, a Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic. When we spoke for this podcast, Dr. Montori had recently self-published his very first book called The Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care: Why We Revolt. This manifesto calls for a fundamental change in today's global healthcare system, advocating for patient care that's kind, careful, and based on love. Dr. Montori has a deep interest in patient-centered care, working to better understand how to deliver care without disrupting the lives, either by the disease or by the burden of treatment, to his patients. On the podcast today, we talk about his work with The Patient Revolution, an organization that promotes a fundamental change in the way that patient care today is delivered. Links from today's show: The Patient Revolution Website: https://patientrevolution.org Our sponsors: CliftonLarsonAllen Website: https://www.claconnect.com/ Rochester Rising Tip Jar: https://www.4giving.com/donation/5307 Music Attribution: Like That by Ano Domini Beats is licensed through the YouTube Audio Library. Episode Breakdown: 0:00 Start 4:42 Introduction to Dr. Montori 5:38 Journey to Rochester 7:06 How he got interested in patient-centered care 10:30 The Patient Revolution 12:37 Dr. Montori's self published book 15:04 Discussion of key topics in the book 33:20 Why now is the time to start the conversation about a patient revolution 41:46 Reception of the book so far 43:55 Final thoughts and how to connect 44:55 Conclusion 45:56 End
It's almost the end of S1! This week we dip into the Summertime Selects Bundle from the fine folks at itch.io. We played A Hand With Many Fingers, Mixolumia, and Sundered. Our Cause is The COVID-19 Mutual Aid Network LA. We've donated, and if you donated and send us proof we will shout you out on the show!
Kyle Banks is a Broadway performer – singer, dancer, actor – he was diagnosed with type 1 while in a production of the Lion King and had to figure out – pretty much on his own – how to manage on stage. Kyle explains how he learned what he needed to do to perform at his best and shares stories about his time on stage with T1D. Now Kyle has started a foundation to help get diabetes technology into the hands of more people who need it. Learn more about KylerCares Plus, some feedback about our last episode.. and a little bit about back to school. Visit our YouTube channel & subscribe! This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone Click here for Android Stacey Simms 0:00 Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dario health. Manage your blood glucose levels increase your possibilities by Gvoke Hypopen the first premixed auto injector for very low blood sugar and by Dexcom take control of your diabetes and live life to the fullest with Dexcom. Announcer 0:22 This is Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. Stacey Simms 0:27 This week, Kyle Banks is a Broadway performer, singer dancer actor who's diagnosed with type one while in a production of The Lion King and had to figure out pretty much zone how to manage on stage, Kyle Banks 0:41 I would have to go into work with my glucose hovering around 33 50. And by either intermission or the end of the show, my glucose would crash and I would experience these crazy hypoglycemic episodes. And it was really scary for a while. Stacey Simms 0:58 He's come a long way, Kyle explains how he learned what he needed to do to perform at his best. And now Kyle has started a foundation to help get diabetes technology into the hands of more people who need it. Plus, I got some feedback from you about our last episode. I'll share that and a little bit about back to school. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Welcome to another week of the show. Always so glad to have you here. You know, we aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. so much great feedback from our last episode where I interviewed my son Benny diagnosed before he was two now he's 16. And he went away for a month this summer to Israel without us with a non-diabetes camp program. So if you've listened, and you send me feedback, I really appreciate it. As I shared during that episode, I was nervous because we are far from perfect. There was funny bits too. I'll share a few of those after the interview. But guys, really, thank you so much. It is amazing to have that kind of support. I really appreciate you. I met Kyle banks at friends for life this summer lucky enough to travel to that in person conference, Kyle gave a welcome speech to new families that were there for the first time. And I knew I had to talk to him. But I heard from a bunch of families who came up to me later, instead of you that interview, Kyle, you know what a great voice. And boy does he have a great voice and what a terrific story. He was diagnosed with type one, nearly six years ago in November of 2015. And as you'll hear the story he was performing, he had made his career on Broadway. And if To me, it just seems like performing in that kind of venue on with that kind of energy you need to put in. It's like being a professional athlete. So I was very interested to talk to him. And I was really surprised, and you may be too as you listen, to hear how he started off with truly very little guidance. Of course, he has come a long way. And he shares how he did it, where he turned for advice, what he's using now. And he also talks about his foundation, and that is Kyler cares. We're going to talk about the benefit concert that helped that foundation from Broadway with love. It's called I'll link that up at Diabetes connections.com and you could watch really the incredible performances very entertaining. I am gonna play a clip of Kyle singing from that in just a moment and then we're gonna go right into the interview. But first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Gvoke Hypopen, you know, low blood sugar feels horrible. You can get shaky and sweaty or even feel like you're going to pass out there are a lot of symptoms they can be different for everybody. I'm so glad we have a different option to treat very low blood sugar Gvoke Hypopen it's the first auto injector to treat very low blood sugar Gvoke Hypopen is pre mixed ready to go with no visible needle before Gvoke people needed to go through a lot of steps to get glucagon treatments ready to be used. This made emergency situations even more challenging and stressful. This is so much better. I'm grateful we have it on hand. Find out more go to Diabetes connections.com and click on the Gvoke logo. Gvoke shouldn't be used in patients with pheochromocytoma or insulinoma visit gvoke glucagon.com slash risk (Kyle sings “Summer Time”) Stacey Simms 5:04 Kyle, thank you so much for joining me. I'm really excited to talk to you. Your story is so unique. Thanks for coming on the show. Kyle Banks 5:12 Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be a part of the show for sure. Stacey Simms 5:15 That's great. We have so much to talk about. Let me just start if I could, at the beginning, your diagnosis story happened. While you were you were living your dream, right you were performing on on Broadway, you were touring, tell me about when you were diagnosed with diabetes. Kyle Banks 5:32 Well, I was diagnosed in November of 2015. And I'm an actor, vocalist. And so I usually between like the Broadway cast and the touring company of The Lion King, and I was on tour at the time, and we were touring like Canada and California. And I just begin feeling having these crazy symptoms, like exhaustion and constant the need the urge to constantly urinate in, I would really scared me to death was the fact that I lost 30 pounds over the course of like three weeks. And so that was the trigger that made me go to the doctor to see what was going on with me. And that's when I was told that spective that I was diabetic based on my glucose test that that yet administered in the urgent care office, unfortunately, was on steroids at the time. So the physician that was treating me suspected that maybe steroid induced type two diabetes Oh, wow. So he prescribed, prescribed Metformin for me and told me, he suggested I go to the emergency room, but my response was, but have showed a knife so as possible, like what can we do to get through this. So I picked up my prescription and Metformin and went to the show to the theater, still feeling awful. And over the course of the next three weeks, of course, the Metformin did absolutely nothing to help with the symptoms that I was experiencing. And that landed me in the hospital for three days. And that's when I was properly diagnosed with Type One Diabetes. But still, up until being hospitalized, I was working and doing the show, which was looking back on it, which was really crazy, because it shows the intense at high intensity shows a lot of a lot of energy, most of which I did not have Stacey Simms 7:40 let me just jump in. Because we're going to talk about performing on Broadway and what that does to your body in the energy you need. The Lion King, which we've been fortunate enough to see is nonstop What was it like during that time? Do you can you share I mean, I can't even imagine you must have slept all day, and just performed the best you could have been gone right back to bed. Kyle Banks 8:01 Yeah, that was my life. Literally in bed all day, wow. Up until the time I would go to work, strike myself into the theater. And usually we're running around during the entire show, just acting. Crazy. You know, the cast is so much the show so much fun to be a part of being in the cast. And then the Quraan camaraderie backstage during the show, the energy is always high and festive. And so of course that's participated in none of that when I wasn't on stage, I was like in my dressing room trying to just replenish any amount of strength that I could or sitting in my station where we get stressed. While the show was happening, it was definitely a huge struggle pushing through just that time. Even after my diagnosis, it took a while for my energy to return. Because my glucose levels was so all over the place. When I was diagnosed one of the crate I you shared with me a bit about your son's experience and the fact that he had amazing doctors that he had access to the same thing with me. But you know, my doctors were not able to tell me once they prescribed insulin for me and showed me how to incorporate that into like the management of diabetes, that they did not share with me the struggles that I would have taken insulin and being so active. That was something that I had to figure out on my own. So Stacey Simms 9:36 to give you a prescription for insulin, I assume they put you on shots and send you back out to perform it sounds like with very little instruction of, you know, exercise is going to bring you down and eating is going to kind of level you out or I don't even know. So when you got back to your first weeks or months of performances. Do you mind sharing a little of the trial and error I can't imagine as you've already said it, it wasn't a smooth transition back. Kyle Banks 10:03 Oh, God, no, you know, it's crazy because I actually went to New Orleans to travel to New Orleans to visit my mom's doctor. And she told me to go to the emergency room. And that's when I was hospitalized for three days. So then once I was released, I flew to Denver where the show and jumped right back into the show with now my new regimen for diabetes management, which included finger pricks, which I would do like sometimes 12 or 12 finger prints during the show. And this insulin regimen, that immediately after the first show, I remember my glucose crashed to like the low 20s. And this became a pretty consistent situation where I would have to go into work with my glucose hovering around 303 50. by either intermission or the end of the show, my glucose would crash and I would experienced these crazy hypoglycemic episodes. And it was really scary for a while and this went on for months. And I knew that I just could not continue in this route, because I was reading that, you know, the fluctuations really dangerous, and not only could you know, pass out and have a seizure, if one's glucose goes too low, but you know, could also bring about complications as well. So I knew I had to figure out a better system for my lifestyle, and this new diagnosis that I was now living with. So after about nine months after, actually a full year after my diagnosis, the show just happened to travel to New Orleans. And we were there for a month at the end that I decided to take some time off from work to figure out how to better care for myself and to figure out if I would even be able to continue on performing at this level, and just really figure out a plan for my career. Stacey Simms 12:05 Well, we know how the story ends that you are still performing and you can. So what made the difference? How did you figure it out? Right back to Kyle answering that question. But first, Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dario. And one of the things that makes diabetes management difficult for us that really annoys me and Benny, it isn't actually the big picture stuff. It's all those little tasks that add up. I mean, are you sick of running out of strips? Do you need some direction or encouragement going forward with your diabetes management? Would visibility into your trends help you on your wellness journey? The Daario diabetes success plan offers all of that and more No more waiting in line at the pharmacy no more searching online for answers number wondering about how you're doing with your blood sugar levels, find out more, go to my dario.com forward slash diabetes dash connections. Now back to Kyle talking about how he figured out how to thrive on stage and avoid those huge lows. Kyle Banks 13:09 Just having that time to the Lion King can be all consuming when you're doing the show between rehearsals and the actual show and the adrenaline that comes in being getting prepared for it. And once once the curtain comes down, so it doesn't really leave much time for other activities. But having the time off, I was able to just really do a lot of research digging online and social media. I discovered beyond type one and children with diabetes. And since a lot of various resources that could different podcasts, such as you or I listened to a lot of shows which people just talking about how they care for themselves. And this is such a varied cast of people talking about their experiences, athletes, teachers and a varied cast. So I was able to really just dig in and hear what other people were doing and take certain things that I could apply to to my situation and really helped me by when I went back to work. I now have a plan of action, I could test it out and discovered that it actually worked. I could go into work with my glucose hovering around 120. I make sure I had lots of snacks with me and a small meal that I would eat without insulin during intermission, and then another small meal after the show without insulin. And I was so shocked that I was able to I didn't experience the crashes anymore, and I'm able to just maintain my level of activity in a safe way and I'm just so thrilled that this information was available to me. I just had to go a little digging to find it. Stacey Simms 15:03 So yeah, I mean, it sounds like if I'm hearing you correctly, that you went outside the traditional medical sphere, right, it sounds like you got all of your information from the community, Kyle Banks 15:14 pretty much, pretty much, I knew that my situation is very different than the other patients that my physicians were treating. Initially, I thought, well, the way Kyla cares came about was, when I was in New Orleans, with the time off from work, I reached out also reached out to children's hospital because I figured that would be a great route to find out how they were basically, you know, in the theater with basically big kids running around, running around the theater. So I figured that it would be a lot of insight that maybe the kids or the kids would be able to give me as it relates to how they manage. And so I connected with Children's Hospital is already connected with them, because we do a lot of outreach through Disney. And with Shriners Hospital Children's Hospital, so it's rather easy to connect with them. And that's when I discovered that the kids were having horrific outcomes as well as it relates to glucose management. And I was really moved by the fact that the endocrinology team, stressing to me just the effects that this disease is having on communities of color, specifically kids of color, and how they were having different outcomes in their Caucasian patients. It really struck me and months after that initial meeting, I was just harping on the information that I was given. And that's how eventually, that's how coworkers came to be as a result of that meeting at Children's Hospital with the endocrinology team, Stacey Simms 16:50 we're going to talk about Kyle cares. And we're going to come back to these disparities that are just, they're heartbreaking, and they are real, just to finish kind of on your experience, you're able to go back and perform. And as you said, you you kind of bounce on, if that's the right word, you kind of go back and forth between the Broadway cast the touring cast. I know, everything's messed up now because of COVID. But from from the time you went back, were you able to go back to the roles that you had been performing and loving before your diagnosis? Kyle Banks 17:22 Yeah, I was, I'm just so happy to have been able to figure out how to do that safely. Because I did it for so many months. Luckily, without any horrific events happening, like me passing out on stage, or even behind the stage, for that matter, I was able to make it through that very scary time period, without any of that happening. And I'm very lucky to have that had a seizure with my glucose being so low so often. But yeah, I was able to figure out how to do it and how to continue doing all of the things that I love. And like I said it was the community making the information that so many people are just so eager to share online that really helped me push through Stacey Simms 18:11 what technology Do you use now? Kyle Banks 18:15 You Economy pod influence, and the Dexcom ci six, continuous glucose monitor? Stacey Simms 18:22 Are you able to I think I know the answer to this, but are you able to kind of hide that stuff under your costumes? Or is it shown I'm curious what that looks like. Kyle Banks 18:32 Um, you know, the wardrobe department at lion kings so supportive in just just extremely loving and nurturing through this whole period gluinos first outfit with my Omni pod, I was so concerned that it will cause problems for wardrobe. And when I brought it in and sold it to them on my own. It's like, Oh, that's no problem. So they made me flesh tone bands for my arm and for my abdomen that I could wear deserve scenes in the show where we repair on top. And it was pretty simple fix. Wow, that's great. Yeah, I think they made my slipcovers in like two minutes, like maybe like five minutes before the first show when I was wearing the really simple thing. That's cool. All right, Stacey Simms 19:20 let's talk about Kyle cares. I am going to come back and ask you a lot of Broadway questions later. But let's talk about hierarchies. Right now. This is your nonprofit. As you mentioned, this provides grants you do a lot of work to get technology for children for young adults with type one. And I've done a little bit of reporting over the years, frankly, not as much as maybe we all need to be thinking about but some reporting on the racial and ethnic disparities, because it's really incredible when you dig into it. When you look at use of insulin pump technology. It's something where, you know, 1/5 of black children compared to white children use comes from my understanding of how Craig if I'm wrong, it's not only Because of income or education or insurance, you know, it's a question of, I don't know, you tell me I shouldn't be talking to you about this. Tell me what you have found out, what should we be thinking about? Kyle Banks 20:11 Yeah, you know, that's that was my thought as well, when I, when we first began, like digging into Kyla cares and figuring out, you know how we wanted to help. providing grants that can go towards the technology would be the most beneficial route. And we soon discovered that, you know, the complicated the situation is, is much more complicated the financial barriers that keep people from accessing the technology, especially with kids, the stigma surrounding diabetes, specifically type 1 diabetes is really high. And a lot of kids, even the ones that have insurance and have their parents have the financial means to access to technologies, they still don't want to wear them because they don't want to feel different than their peers or don't want the attention that wearing these medical devices on their bodies brings into their lives, we've discovered that a lot of what is needed is one diabetes education, just making sure that families of color have like the basic information needed to care for themselves for a loved one living with the disease. You know, things like, you know, reinforcing the latest glucose management practices and why CG ins and pumps are beneficial and know ways to avoid hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, pre bolusing movement like walking after meals and using incorporating more water into one's daily water intake as a way to flush excess glucose out simple things like this, we're finding that many parents and people living with the disease aren't aware of them, especially those that have been living with the disease for an extended period of time. It's sort of like they spaced out all of the latest information as it relates to care or management of this disease. So yeah, there's there's a lot of confidence building that needs to happen. Because we live in communities of color. Stacey Simms 22:21 Do you think that and listen, I don't mean to put you on the spot, I know that you are not in you know, you're not an endocrinologist, you are not a perhaps an anthropologist, you know, as I said, these questions. But, you know, I think it's so important that we could try to talk about these things openly. And I wonder if, as you talk about better education for the patients and trying to get these kids and their families to, you know, be more accepting or look at different, you know, technology, not worry about fitting in. What about the endocrinologists themselves? Do you think that there is a problem or a situation here where, without meaning to even right, I mean, I'm not quite sure how to phrase this, Kyle. But I guess what I'm asking is, do you think they treat patients of color differently? They don't say, Hey, here's a CGM, or here's a pump, or here's, are you finding that sometimes the endos are not trusting their patients, I'm not even sure how to phrase it, but they're not, they're not giving them the opportunities to use the technology. Kyle Banks 23:18 This is indeed true. I'm discovering that a lot of patients living with type one, especially people of color, are not even being offered the latest technology or technology in general, to help them with, with management. And I mean, there's so many things that goes into that there's a shortage of endocrinologist, so it's really hard to get an appointment, a lot of these endocrinologist worked. The cultural differences that many endocrinologist face when dealing with patients can be intense. In those moments, we only have 30 minutes or hours with someone to try and figure out why they're having so many problems, and just not being able to relate to the human being that's sitting in front of you and their lived experiences. It does create these situations that eventually lead to horrible outcomes for the patient. So and I'm not saying that, you know, all endocrinologists are approaching these situations with ill intent. I just think it's just the way things are set up right now or the way the way the system is set up. It's not serving the patients, especially specifically patients of color, well, those issues are, do exist and we need more endocrinologist of color, or more doctors to go into endocrinology into the field. And we need need some culturally sensitive training before in the cringe for occasion and in the prints that are treating people of color as well. Stacey Simms 24:58 While these are tough issues. To talk about you made an interesting point earlier about the way you found the care that has helped you through the most, and that was through the community. And I think that that's a story that I've heard over and over and over again, by people who belong to all different types of racial, ethnic, socio economic, you know, different groups. We come when I've done this, I've said, Hey, I have something I want to try, I bring it to our endocrinologist. And he says, oh, great idea. Sure. He didn't suggest it, it doesn't mean that he's holding back something or trying to keep it from me. He just was, you know, for whatever reason, we have a fabulous endo, you know, that wasn't something that was on his radar. And I wonder, too, just in the last couple of years, we finally had these discussions about getting more people of color at conferences represented in the community, you know, jdrf, beyond type one, friends for life, as you mentioned, children with diabetes, you went to the children with diabetes friends for life conference in July, we met for about three seconds. So thanks for for that I really ran up. Kyle as he was trying to start speaking and I was like, you have to come on the show. It's great to meet you. But just being there, I always say we were so lucky, because I saw people in the community that looked just like my son. And my family, from the very beginning didn't even occur to me that we weren't presented a long way of saying, Kyle, going to friends for life this summer, I've got to assume that you met some families of color, that you felt that you were there to have these kinds of conversations, not just for that, I mean, you have so many great stories to tell. But let's start there. What was that like for you this summer, Kyle Banks 26:31 it was an amazing experience. And children with diabetes is actually one of the organizations that were Kyla cares is partnered with, to expose more families of color to that experience. And we actually brought a few families from New Orleans to friends who live with me as well. So it was really great to see the process of opening up to being more engaged with management happened in real time. Like the kids that came with me, I watched them a little bit apprehensive at first going into like this very white space. And not knowing what was going to happen or what the experience would be like or, or even I tried my best to just explain the benefits of being there. But I think it's something that you have to experience firsthand to really get the gist of what it's about. So it was great to see the kids just open up and make other friends. Because many of these kids, they don't know any, they're the only person they know living with type 1 diabetes. So to see them make up a friends that living with type 1 diabetes or at dinner, you know, to hear them discuss, you know, pre bolusing. And you know how many carbs are in their meal and just for them to be able to have those companies have stations in this setting freely and not feel judged or not feel different. And by the end of it, you know, they're exchanging numbers they've made friends know, they're definitely more engaged in their care, checked in on a few of them. And they're just a lot more excited about being healthy and doing the things that they've learned that the takeaways from the conference, and I was excited to see them incorporating some of those lessons into their own self care. So because lets me know that no, this can work if we expose the kids, specifically kids of color if we expose them to these types of experiences that can have a positive effect in their lives and in their care. Stacey Simms 28:42 Can I ask some Broadway type questions? Oh, cool. All right. Okay. Love it. Alright, so we were fortunate enough to see the Lion King on Broadway. And you know, what an exceptional show. I think most people are familiar with the incredible costumes, the staging, the dancing. I mean, it's just an incredible show. Tell us a little bit. You've played so many different parts in that as I'm looking through your biography, right? What have you played in that show? Kyle Banks 29:06 Oh, my God, I played. I'm in the ensemble, or a lion king, but I've also understudied and fossa. And just being in the cast of liking has been just an amazing experience. It's been like a dream come true. And it's also it's one of it was one of my favorite cartoons outdoors, or Animated Movies of the child. So to be a part of the cast. It's just been a dream and being on Broadway and touring the country. I mean, I've been able to see. I mean, there aren't many cities that I haven't been to Wow. And Lion King is such a popular show that when we traveled to the city, we get to sit for three and four weeks at a time. So really get to golf ourselves in the communities in which we visit and that's actually been the best Part. Stacey Simms 30:00 What's it like when you as the cast members come down the aisle, because that is a breathtaking moment for the audience. And we're looking at these incredible costumes and the carrot they never break character roll. Ooh, and on, there's got to be little kids backing you. Like what is that, like for you all Kyle Banks 30:18 the excitement in the faces of people. I mean, the kids are one thing, but as the adults are adjusted to experience the show, I mean, I've had chrome men come to me to come up to me after the show with tears. And now it's just talking about how move they were by what they experienced on the from the stage. And it's really cool to be part of a show that is so engrained in, in our culture and so loved. So meaning it means so much to so many people. It's just been amazing experience being connected to the show, Stacey Simms 30:55 unfortunately, I'm gonna guess you haven't performed in a while, what's the latest with COVID and performances? Kyle Banks 31:01 Well, Lion King is opening on Broadway, September 14, and then the tour in October. But we made the decision that transitioning into like this, some of them new ventures in my life, one of which is Kyla cares, now over the pandemic. And having time off really allowed me to just dig into the work we're doing here at COVID cares in the partnerships that we've been able to establish with other organizations. And this work is so meaningful to me. Because I know personally, just the difficulties living with type 1 diabetes, but also, I personally experienced the triumphs of figuring out how to care for myself and still be a part of the things that bring me joy, and how to do that safely. want other kids who I want kids to know specifically that, you know, they can still do all of the things that they want to do in life and really just give them the tools they need to, to lead a healthy life and to be normal kids, you know, and for the adults that are that are living with this disease to know that know, if you engage in your care, things will begin to turn around. And it doesn't have to be this horrific experience where it's just a steady decline in health, you can still lead a healthy life with type 1 diabetes. Stacey Simms 32:37 Kyle, before we wrap it up here, I know your funds for like an A die. Let me just throw a few rapid fire questions. Sorry, okay. All right. Has your Omni pod ever gone off on stage? Like, have you ever had an alarm or Dexcom alarm during a performance? Kyle Banks 32:56 Oh, my God. Yeah. I mean, I, I've had my podcast on stage. So like standing there, and it's going off? And and I mean, what can I do? I try to do my best to try to avoid those moments. But I'm even one time is a funny Omnipod story, my Omni pod, expire it in my PBM was in my dressing room, so I didn't have time to run to get it. So I took the Omni pod off when it's still blaring and just put it in the trash, which was near the stage. But you know, far enough where it could be heard from the stage? Well, after about two scenes, I come off stage and I see all of this commotion stage managers and security for the theater of him around this trashcan trying to find out what's this loud, glaring noise? And is it dangerous? Like do we need to stop the show? And I'm like, No, I'm so sorry. But it's my part. I explained it all. And it turned into a funny moment. But it was not. It did security was not induced. Stacey Simms 34:11 That's funny. Oh my goodness. Yeah, that can happen. For sure. I'm sure people are gonna ask me to ask you just you know, you've talked about how you kind of learned to figure your blood sugar to figure out your eating and you figured out, you've been able to figure out what works for you on stage. And I'm curious if you had any advice for kids who are doing school plays or adults who are performers? Kyle Banks 34:33 Well, they, you know, the thing that really helped me out, honestly, was really learning how to incorporate the technology into my care, and leaning heavily on my CGM, and all of the information that it was delivering to me and which allowed me in turn to respond to what my glucose was doing or any fluctuations that I was having. you're experiencing, it really just helped me to not not having to finger prick and wait for that information, which is limited because it doesn't let you know doesn't inform you if your glucose is rising or falling. So just having that information just made a world of difference, and allow me to really just care for myself when I was performing. And it also allowed me to focus on what I was doing, as opposed to just being so concerned with my glucose. Stacey Simms 35:31 Before let you go, how can we help Kyler cares? What do you need from us? Kyle Banks 35:36 Unfortunately, because of COVID, a, we've had a really difficult time with fundraising, all of the fun ways in which we would go about raising funds have sort of been snatched from us, we did a fundraiser called from Broadway with where I incorporated a concert of love songs performed by artists that are currently on Broadway, from shows like Book of Mormon and Hamilton Lion King, of course. So during the shutdown, we produced that and presented it virtually, we were going to present the live version of that in New Orleans at the singer theatre, which is a theater that houses most of the Broadway shows that visit the city. But unfortunately, New Orleans is like one of the hotspots for this fourth, this fourth way the pandemic, so a children's hospital and other health care facilities that were parking within the cities. And neither did we felt comfortable with a live gathering of 2800 people with all that's going on. So, um, we're just trying to figure out, you know, the best ways to raise funds and how to continue connecting with our community, because it COVID is making it really difficult to gather. And it's something that that's something that's really important, as it relates to sharing this information with one another, helping with donations would be great. Also just more people of color, just sharing their stories as well. We find that the more visible we are, the more people can see themselves, the more it helps with feeling that you're part of and helps with confidence building and the reduction of stigmas and just knowing that you're not alone, so it's a two ways people can really help. Stacey Simms 37:39 Well, Kyle, thank you so much for coming on for sharing your story. I hope this the break, I'm gonna call it from performing isn't the end of your performing. So Kyle Banks 37:55 not at all. Well keep us posted. I most definitely will. I'll let you know. And I'm looking forward to you know, again, producing one of the things you know, feeding my artistic muscle is really excited about producing the shows from Broadway with love. And I hope I can get back to that because the first one was a lot of fun. So if people haven't seen it, you can go to our YouTube channel and check it out. But yeah, I want to get back into that when things when COVID allows us to do so. Excellent. We look forward to it. Stacey Simms 38:30 Thanks so much for joining me. Announcer 38:36 You're listening to Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. Stacey Simms 38:42 A lot more information on Kyle on Kyler cares. You can find it all at Diabetes connections.com. At the episode homepage, there's a transcription there as well as there is for every episode, I was so excited to talk to Kyle. Some of you may know I'm just such a real Broadway fan. I love musicals. I highly recommend Schmigadoon on Apple TV, if you haven't watched that yet. It's very entertaining and fun. I had actually talked about starting a Broadway type podcast during COVID. I still may do that I have in the back of my head how I want to do it, but it's gonna be so much work the way I want to do it. So we'll see maybe next year. I don't know. I'll keep that in my back pocket for a while. A lright, Big thanks to Kyle for coming on. And coming up. I'm going to talk a little bit about back to school what it looks like in my house this year. And also some feedback about our last episode. Benn's big trip to Israel, but first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. And you know, I do get a lot of questions about Dexcom coverage for people on Medicare. And why not? It's not like you stop needing a CGM, the minute you turn 65 The good news is that the Dexcom g six continuous glucose monitoring system is covered for Medicare for patients who meet the coverage criteria. If you have type one or type two diabetes and intensively managed Insulin, you may be covered. To find out more about what that means. And if you qualify, go to Dexcom.com/G6-Medicare, I will link that up this episode, don't worry about writing it down, you're gonna want to talk to your doctor and you may even be able to get your Dexcom supplies at the pharmacy saving time and money. Learn more. Here's the link but it's over at the homepage dexcom.com.com/G6-Medicare. Alright, I was very worried, as you know about the episode with Benny, because as you heard if you heard, he was far from perfect when he went by himself to Israel, which I didn't expect it and expected to be perfect. But you know, I see a lot of parents who post on Facebook and want their kids to stay under six for their agencies and never go above 130 on the Dexcom. And you know, we don't live like that at all. I wanted Benny to be honest and open and boy was he ever. It was interesting to hear him talk about what it was like and talk about diabetes camp and you know, gosh, I'm so thankful knock on wood wherever I can knock here, you know, he's a confident happy kid. He's got strong opinions, and I really feel like he's gonna be okay, right after a trip like that. So the feedback I got was just fun. A lot of people reached out with their own stories. Corinna wrote, thank you so much to both of you for sharing this experience. It's so valuable to see how a parent can continue to support their son or daughter in an age appropriate manner. Lee wrote, I love that he's so transparent and genuine. I'm betting on Benny, several emails and direct messages saying thank you for being honest, it's really nice to know that we don't have to be perfect balancing independence and could quote diabetes, health and numbers can be difficult. A lot of acknowledgment about that. But my favorite came from Joan, who emailed me and said, This reminded me of my 16 year old adventure on a cross country bus tour. We were still using urine testing. This is 1974. No CGM is no pumps, no cell phones or texting. I have a similar well adjusted attitude as your son which has served me well through my 50 plus years. With T1D. What I learned from this podcast was what a challenge it must have been for my parents, I have traveled the world had my share of health issues, enjoyed my life. And I'm not eating celery crying in the corner. Thanks for sharing this story. Joan, thank you for sharing that email. And the funniest thing about it, I read it to Benny, he did not know what your urine testing was, he had no idea that finger sticks weren't a thing at some point in in pretty recent history. 1974. So you know, I got to talk to him and explain it's so funny. And he was diagnosed so little. And he's not a diabetes podcast or a researcher. And I see what he doesn't know. It's so interesting. So Joan, thank you so much for that. If I get any interesting stories or funny emails, I'll definitely share them as we go forward. But I want to just quickly bring up back to school, which is still looking so difficult in so many places across the country. And I wish you all well, especially those of you with younger children. Oh my goodness. So I've got to going back to school, my daughter is a junior in college, she is back. And my husband drove with her all the way to New Orleans or she goes to school because she's got a car this year. Thanks for giving me something else to worry about. Yay. But she's doing great. And Benny is a junior in high school, and he's driving to school, our school will start the day after this episode goes live. We're in the south. So they go to school before Labor Day growing up. I always went back to school right after Labor Day, but he's driving to school this year. I don't know when I'm going to see him. He's so busy. And right now, his school does have a mask order with a very large public school system in North Carolina. And he's vaccinated. I assume that we'll get the booster shots as they roll those out. But it's going to be interesting to me. I mean, he goes to an enormous High School. It is I want to say there are 650 kids in his class in his grade. So it's a very big school. It's a crowded school. So we'll see how this works out. He expects to be back virtually in school very soon. I don't know. But I will share that I realized just today. I have to get all his diabetes stuff back and bring it to the nurse. And I know you're thinking well, Stacy, you've done this every year since he was in preschool. How could you forget? We know with COVID we haven't even been in the school. I went back. I don't even know when last year a couple months ago could have been last week. I have no sense of time anymore. I went back and got all the stuff that we left there from 2019 2019 2020 that school year, and I haven't been back to see the nurse since so we're getting the school form signed. I got to put his stuff together and make a new kit. I um, so we'll be doing that. And then you know, he's you know, Benny, he's super casual. He'll take his backpack everywhere. So he'll have supplies, but I like to have stuff at the nurse's office for him. As well, and hopefully it's the same nurse, because man, she was great. And she totally got that he's super casual and just wants her to be there when he needs her and doesn't need her checking on him. And, you know, really terrific person. There are, at least at the time when he was a freshman, there were 21 kids at that school was type one. And I'm going to assume there are more, because I don't know about your town. But we're having more and more cases here. And it's not anecdotally I just talked to the end of the other day, and he said they have many more. And we'll we'll talk about that in a future episode. You know, many people think COVID is sparking more cases of all types of diabetes. Before I let you go, take a moment to check out our YouTube channel. We are getting a lot of engagement there. I've got the in the news episodes over there. So if you don't know that we have a YouTube channel, it's just Diabetes Connections on YouTube. And all the episodes are there. If you prefer to listen to podcasts on YouTube, which many do they're most of them are not video podcasts. It's just audio, but a lot of people like that platform. Also the newscasts, though, are video so if you want to see me play an anchor lady, you can head on over there and I'll link that up in the episode as well please subscribe if you head over there you know very simple just click Subscribe on the on the YouTube channel. Thank you as always to my editor John Buckenas from audio editing solutions. Thank you so much as you listen next week, we are likely going to air the Afrezza interview that I did over the summer. Still working on a few things but it looks like that one is going to come through for next week very excited to get an update from them. They've been around for a while. But man are they making a push ahead as they have more studies, more studies with children coming up and lots of interesting stuff, Afrezza and of course the newscast Wednesdays at 430 Eastern Time live on Facebook. I'm Stacey Simms. I'll see you back here in just a couple of days until then be kind to yourself. Diabetes Connections is a production of Stacey Simms Media. All rights reserved. All wrongs avenged
Are You A Pancake Person Or A Waffle Person? Welcome to August 24th, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate a tasty debate and Summertime's freshest pie. There are two kinds of people: pancake people and waffle people. Sure pancakes are delicious, but if you like to pile on the toppings, waffles are just built better for the job. It was likely this feature that encouraged Cornelias Swarthout to patent the waffle iron in 1869. Though this tasty breakfast has been around since the 14th Century, the invention made waffles more readily available. And when folks tasted the Belgian kind at the 1964 New York World's Fair, they found even more ways to enjoy the deep pockets filled with toppings and sauces. On National Waffle Day, serve them anyway you please and invite your pancake friends to enjoy the difference! Summertime means the freshest crops and the most delicious fruit. In Georgia that means peaches. Sure, California grows more of them than any other state, but in Georgia they have a reputation for being the best. Maybe that's because to this day there are no major processing operations there. The good news for bakers is that Georgia peaches are always picked fresh and arrive in grocery stores full of juicy flavor. If you're a pie maker you will know why this prize fruit is worth all the fuss. Making a perfect crust is only half the battle, and if you find tree ripened fruit, you're on your way to a prize winning pie. On National Peach Pie Day celebrate with the freshest you can find, and if you live in the Empire of the South count yourself lucky! I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.
This is a really important topic because it was just one of those Summers where everyone wanted to go all out and be focused after lock down. Now that things are going back to routine with school and everything, we want to talk about getting your focus back. There are multiple factors that parents have to focus on and consider when getting back into routine, such as health/preparing for Winter, early bedtimes, your own goals, and so on. We share our own goals and desires of how we want to get back into routine that you could use for your own life. Things that go by the wayside during Summer 2:33Finding age appropriate activities 5:18Doing your own stuff 8:29Your goals 11:04Preparing home for Autumn 14:29Some things we want to focus on 19:02“Autumn and Spring are so productive. Like Autumn, you're preparing, because the things you're doing in Autumn really gear you up for Winter, and we're sort of in the natural health space, so we're really thinking about, ‘So what are we going to do now to build our kids' immune systems up, their little bodies up and things like that?'” 12:44https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/https://www.theirishmummy.com
In this episode of "Always Hungry", Bobby and Sophie dig into to everything that makes summertime eating and drinking so enjoyable. For starters, Bobby explains his perspective as a frequent host of summertime lunch parties. Then they make fish tacos together while discussing all of the details that make for a perfect summer get together. For more information on "Always Hungry" follow our hosts on Instagram: Bobby Flay's Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyflay Sophie Flay's Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/abc7sophie Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Summer is a time for vacation and relaxation. The weather brings trips to the beach, summer camp, an oasis of sun and play. But the kind of heat this summer can make some people go crazy. And it's the kind of heat that can summon the devil. First, summer camp nightmare Followed by a desperate plea from the dead Then, hide and seek gone devastatingly wrong Finally in our featured story, theatre turns from drama to tragedy in one night Go to Apostrophe.com/SCARY and click Begin Visit, then use our code SCARY at sign up and you'll get fifteen dollars off your dermatology visit! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices