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Mining Stock Daily
Barksdale in Final Stretch of Permitting Sunnyside

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 11:17


Barksdale Resources CEO Rick Trotman joins us from Roundup to talk about the last stretch of the permitting process for the Sunnyside project. In the meantime, the company is working on solidifying the first drill targets on the project.

Have You Not Read?
Raising Sane Children

Have You Not Read?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 41:56


Join Michael, Chris, David and Dillon as they tackle a question that is near and dear to our hearts at Sunnyside: "How do you raise your children in today's insanity?"  Higher education has long been a bastion of progressive lockstep, activist indoctrination, pluralistic philosophy, and anti-Christian values.  Those principles have been trickling down into the halls of lower education, both public and private, for decades.  The product of this icky, sticky mess is now flagrantly on display in the culture at large.  But there is nothing new under the sun.  The Christian parents' call in every generation is to train our children to pursue God whole-heartedly, unfazed by whatever brand of in-your-face debauchery is being peddled by the world at a particular moment in history."Kingdom Through Covenant" - book by Peter Gentry & Stephen Wellum (see also "God's Kingdom Through God's Covenants")"In the House of Tom Bombadil" - book by C. R. Wiley"How Should We Develop Biblical Friendship" - book by Joel Beeke & Michael Haykin (from the Biblical Godliness series)Find some background music and dance with your kids - suggestion from Dillon  :)If you have questions you would like “Have You Not Read?” to tackle, please submit them at the link below:https://www.ssbcokc.org/have-you-not-read/

The Sunny Side
Ep. 68 - Better Build that Brand!

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 30:33


Ever wonder who creates that visual first impression and name of the latest, greatest new development project? This week on The Sunny Side, the team sits down with NOON-NYC about the strategy and vision in branding some of America's most recognizable and successful real estate developments.    James Baldi & Heather Malko enlighten us about the process, the mood of a vision and the color choices that tell the story of the lifestyle we all want to buy! A truly mind blowing conversation about the powers of marketing and their creative inspiration.    Highlighting the CBG Minute is yet another massive Palm Beach sale of $35M and again, not on the water while Boca Raton inventory holds steady but sales average a promising discount this week.    Ready for luxury at ALINA Residences? Well the team's new listing offered at $3.575M definitely will get your attention on What Caught On Your Eye.    Join us again this week for an insightful conversation and a behind the scenes look into the wonderful world of real estate and remember to like, follow, review and share with all of your friends!

The United States of Anxiety
The Not-So-Sunny Side of Louis Armstrong's Legacy

The United States of Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 19:25


What made Louis Armstrong's music so groundbreaking? And after he broke that ground, why were later generations of Black people reluctant to embrace him?  From his renditions of “On The Sunny Side Of The Street” to “What A Wonderful World,” trumpeter and vocalist Louis Armstrong is cemented in history as a jazz icon. But for many Black people – especially those in the mid-twentieth century – his presentation was degrading and received as minstrelsy for white audiences. Filmmaker Sacha Jenkins traces Amstrong's complicated history as a Black artist in his most recent project and documentary, “Louis Armstrong's Black & Blues.” He joins host Kai Wright to discuss Armstrong's relationship with music and the fans that struggled to embrace him. Companion listening for this episode: What Does Black Ambition Sound Like? (12/27/2021) James Reese Europe was already famous when he enlisted to fight in World War I. But the band he took to the frontlines – as part of the famous 369th Infantry Regiment – thrust him and Black American music onto the global stage. Jazz pianist Jason Moran sits down at the piano to show Kai how Europe's band changed music, and how jazz carries the resilient sound of Black history and ambition in America.  “Notes from America” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. To catch all the action, tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on notesfromamerica.org or on WNYC's YouTube channel. We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Instagram and Twitter @noteswithkai or email us at notes@wnyc.org.

The Sunny Side
Ep. 67 - South Florida Real Estate Icons

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 28:08


In this episode of the Sunny Side the Cotilla Beresh Gerow Luxury Team at Compass have a MAJOR "get." Scott, Rachelle and Marisela are discussing one of the most anticipated, most talked about, most iconic sites in all of South Florida - we are talking about Pier Sixty-Six. Listen as  special guest and Sales Director Amy Ballon highlights the exciting new waterfront development and what makes it so unique.  The mystery buyer of a Palm Beach property that sold for over $51m is revealed in the CBG Minute. Who do you think the buyer was? We will give you a hint, he is a monochromatic fashion icon.  For the first time in this podcast's history every property in, What Caught Your Eye, is located in one fabulous city.   Listen, like, share and review The Sunny Side wherever you enjoy your podcasts!

Broeske and Musson
1.11.2023 - EXCLUSIVE: Sunnyside Fire Appears to be Arson

Broeske and Musson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 17:56


An EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Megan Husak/Sunnyside Deli on reports that the fire that burnt down the strip mall in Sunnyside was arson.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sunny Side
Ep. 66 - Getting Dirty

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 34:00


We are getting down and dirty in 2023! We are talking about home inspections. In this episode of the Sunny Side the Cotilla Beresh Gerow Luxury team discuss the different types of inspections that buyers should consider before closing on a property. Would the discovery of mold be a deal killer for you? Would you ever forego a property inspection? You will be shocked at how many buyers recently removed the inspection contingency when purchasing a property? Do you think it's 5%, 10% or 20%?   In "The CBG Minute," Rachelle highlights a magnificent waterfront mansion that has ties to Tom Brady and Derek Jetter. Unbelievably the mansion may soon meet a wrecking ball?    In "What Caught Your Eye," Marisela falls in love with a charming central Boca property that has charm, uniqueness and an attractive price tag. Listen to hear where the property is.   Listen, like, share and review the Sunny Side podcast.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Friday 1/6 - Sunnyside Deli, & A New Fresno Homeless Shelter

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 36:08


Many businesses were destroyed by an early morning fire at a strip mall in southeast Fresno. Crews say the fire at Kings Canyon Rd. & Phillip Ave, east of Clovis Ave. was well-established when they arrived around 4:30 a.m.   Fire crews were not able to save most of the building, which included Irish O' Sullivan's, a dance studio, hair salon, barbershop and a pharmacy.   Sunnyside Deli survived but did suffer severe damage. Cristopher Gabriel interviewed Megan Husak, Owner Of Sunnyside Deli this morning. We shared that audio in the 2pm hour.   Fresno City Councilmembers Miguel Arias, Luis Chavez and Annalisa Perea would like city officials to declare a local emergency around housing and homelessness and discuss a number of policies, including a proposal to turn the Fresno Convention Center into a homeless shelter.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Friday 1/6 - A Damar Hamlin Update, Sunnyside Deli, & More On Non-Compete Agreements

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 37:06


The Federal Trade Commission took an a bold move on Thursday aimed at shifting the balance of power from companies to workers.  The agency proposed a new rule that would prohibit employers from imposing noncompete agreements on their workers, a practice it called exploitative and widespread, affecting some 30 million American workers. A quick update on Damar Hamlin We took a look back at Cristopher Gabriel's interview with Megan Husak, Owner Of Sunnyside Deli.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Friday 1/6 - A Damar Hamlin Update, Sunnyside Deli, & More On Non-Compete Agreements

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 37:06


The Federal Trade Commission took an a bold move on Thursday aimed at shifting the balance of power from companies to workers.  The agency proposed a new rule that would prohibit employers from imposing noncompete agreements on their workers, a practice it called exploitative and widespread, affecting some 30 million American workers. A quick update on Damar Hamlin We took a look back at Cristopher Gabriel's interview with Megan Husak, Owner Of Sunnyside Deli.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Friday 1/6 - Sunnyside Deli, & A New Fresno Homeless Shelter

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 36:08


Many businesses were destroyed by an early morning fire at a strip mall in southeast Fresno. Crews say the fire at Kings Canyon Rd. & Phillip Ave, east of Clovis Ave. was well-established when they arrived around 4:30 a.m.   Fire crews were not able to save most of the building, which included Irish O' Sullivan's, a dance studio, hair salon, barbershop and a pharmacy.   Sunnyside Deli survived but did suffer severe damage. Cristopher Gabriel interviewed Megan Husak, Owner Of Sunnyside Deli this morning. We shared that audio in the 2pm hour.   Fresno City Councilmembers Miguel Arias, Luis Chavez and Annalisa Perea would like city officials to declare a local emergency around housing and homelessness and discuss a number of policies, including a proposal to turn the Fresno Convention Center into a homeless shelter.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio
Are Blue Jays Moves Really Going to Pay Off?

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 32:37


JFtC presents Sunny Side of the Dome, hosted by Karen Soutar. This week: the Blue Jays have made moves this off season but are they the right moves? What are their remaining needs? What might they do to fulfill those needs?Support the show

The Brian Lehrer Show
NYS Sen. Gianaris on the Albany Agenda

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 19:27


Michael Gianaris, New York State Senator (D - 12th, Astoria, LIC, Sunnyside) and deputy majority leader, talks about the opposition to Governor Hochul's nomination for Chief Judge and the start of the new legislative term in Albany.

El Jazzensor
El Jazzensor 151. Happy Pizzicato Five.

El Jazzensor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 54:56


Para este primer episodio de 2023 os proponemos la alegría y el humor del grupo japonés Pizzicato Five. Su música te hace cantar y bailar y transmite buenas vibraciones y la alegría de vivir. En su musica se reconocen los ecos del pop de los 60 y de los 70, mezclados con jazz, soul y bossa nova. Música Ye-Yé de los 90. Una amalgama sonora que, aunque puede resultar algo Kitsch, se ha convertido en música de culto. Playlist: Pizzicato Five - Kanashii Uta (Triste); Pizzicato Five - Rock'n'Roll; Pizzicato Five - Happy Sad; Pizzicato Five - I Hear a Symphony; Pizzicato Five - The night is still young (Tokyo Wa Yoru No Shichiji ); Pizzicato Five - Hi no Ataru Oodoori (On the Sunny Side of the Street); Pizzicato Five - Playboy Playgirl; Pizzicato Five - Nata di marzo; Pizzicato Five - Baby Portable Rock; Pizzicato Five - Drinking Wine; Pizzicato Five - Sweet Soul Review; Pizzicato Five - It's a Beautiful Day; Pizzicato Five - Aiueo.

Brave Dynamics: Authentic Leadership Reflections
Nir Eyal: Fighting for Agency, Free Speech & Regulating TikTok and Hope for Our Children

Brave Dynamics: Authentic Leadership Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 52:48


Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. Nir previously taught as a Lecturer in Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Nir co-founded and sold two tech companies since 2003 and was dubbed by The M.I.T. Technology Review as, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Bloomberg Businessweek wrote, “Nir Eyal is the habits guy. Want to understand how to get app users to come back again and again? Then Eyal is your man.” He is the author of two bestselling books, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life. Indistractable received critical acclaim, winning the Outstanding Works of Literature Award as well as being named one of the Best Business and Leadership Books of the Year by Amazon and one of the Best Personal Development Books of the Year by Audible. The Globe and Mail called Indistractable, “the best business book of 2019.” In addition to blogging at NirAndFar.com, Nir's writing has been featured in The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review, Time Magazine, and Psychology Today. Nir invests in habit-forming products that improve users' lives. Some of his past investments include Eventbrite (NYSE:EB), Anchor.fm (acquired by Spotify), Kahoot! (KAHOOT-ME.OL), Canva, Homelight, Product Hunt, Marco Polo, Byte Foods, FocusMate, Dynamicare, Wise App, and Sunnyside. Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University. Show notes at: https://www.jeremyau.com/blog/nir-eyal

The Sunny Side
Ep. 65 - The Year in Review...and the year ahead!

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 28:09


On this special year end Sunny Side podcast The Cotilla Beresh Gerow Luxury Team take a look back at what made real estate headlines in 2022. Scott, Rachelle and Marisela choose the word that they think will describe 2023.   Scott talks about the last time he was at Applebee's - there is a story behind this. In the CBG Minute Dog The Bounty Hunter makes his first appearance.   Listen, like share and review 

Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
NLS 168: Your Behaviour Will RESET 100% After Watching This with Nir Eyal

Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 69:01


Nir Eyal is the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life. Previously, he taught as a Lecturer in Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Design School, and he sold two technology companies since 2003.For most of his career, Nir worked in the video gaming and advertising industries, where he learned and applied (and sometimes rejected) the techniques used to motivate and manipulate users.Nir writes to help companies create behaviors that benefit their users while educating people on how to build healthful habits in their own lives.Nir is an active investor; he puts his money where his mouth is by backing habit-forming products that improve lives. Some of his past investments include Eventbrite (NYSE:EB) and Kahoot! (KAHOOT-ME.OL), Anchor.fm (acquired by Spotify), Canva, Refresh.io (acquired by LinkedIn), Product Hunt (acquired by Angelist), Homelight, Marco Polo, Byte Foods, FocusMate, Dynamicare, Wise App, and Sunnyside.Although Nir received most of his education by earning an advanced degree from The School of Hard Knocks, He also received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.Please enjoy my conversation with Nir Eyal.

The Overnightscape Underground
Bumper Chain Cosmic #8: Sunnyside (12/23/22)

The Overnightscape Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 242:27


4:02:26 – Tandy Teng (Demonic Sweaters, Attribution NC ND 3.0), Christmas 1988 (Shambles Constant, field recording from ca. 12/25/1988), Draw Me a Sheep (Act I) (Lloyd Rodgers with the Cartesian Reunion Memorial Orchestra, Public Domain Mark 1.0), Assume That Joseph Is Joe (Charles Rice Goff III, Attribution NC ND 3.0), The First Noel (Librivox, public […]

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio
Blue Jays Offseason, for Better or Worse

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:30


JFtC presents Sunny Side of the Dome, hosted by Karen Soutar. This week, Karen discusses the Blue Jays' offseason moves and looks to see if the team is really better than it was last season. Support the show

Fried w/ Jon Reep
Christmas Songs, Mukbanging, and Inflatable Grinches!

Fried w/ Jon Reep

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 105:53


Welcome to episode 160 of COUNTRY-ish!What's your favorite Christmas song?  I share my favorites and we get responses from the rest of my COUNTRY-ish crew as well as some audience members.  But we also ask… what's your least favorite Christmas song?  Spoiler: almost everyone chooses anything by Mariah Carey.In our HAYSEED GEN-Z segment, Intern Isaiah reviews a Christmas movie for us.  We've honestly never heard of this movie… but it has Kurt Russell in it, so it can't be that bad…It's time for some Mukbanging with Mom'osa!  We picked up food from a new breakfast place - Sunny Side - and do a special Mukbang: Home Edition.  What did we think of the rubbery waffles and tasteless burritos we got?  Watch to find out.In SMALL TOWN NEWS, an Arizona policeman ticketed someone for driving in the carpool lane… with an inflatable Grinch in the passenger seat.And I give away some of my hard-earned money in this week's HOW MUCH IS THAT SCREEN ACTORS GUILD RESIDUAL CHECK?  One of our contestants is a “street pharmacist”… is he for real?  Or is someone having some fun with us?It's a holly, jolly, red/white Christmas episode! Live on Facebook and YouTube, Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm ET! Join actor/comedian Jon Reep on his weekly show COUNTRY-ish, where he and his crew talk about the latest BEST TRENDS, share some SMALL TOWN NEWS, and play games with the live audience! Download and Listen to the COUNTRY-ish with Jon Reep Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/tbxIcLlT Come see Jon LIVE in concert: https://jonreep.com/tour-dates/ Visit the MERCH shop: https://my-store-c58a1a.creator-sprin... Find Jon online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonreep Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonReep Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonreep/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jonreepcomedy Email: info@countryish.com #Countryish #JonReep #Allthingscomedy #SmallTownNews #Comedy #Podcast

The Generation Why Podcast
Evaristo Salas Jr. - 498

The Generation Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 58:29 Very Popular


November 14, 1995. Sunnyside, Washington. Jose Arreola was fatally shot on November 14th, 1995. For almost six months his girlfriend, the main witness, could not identify anyone in a photo lineup, until she saw a photo of 15 year old Evaristo Salas Jr. She was sure that he was the shooter. Evaristo was convicted of murder, but his family, friends, and thousands of supporters believe he is innocent.Aaron & Justin have extra episodes available at: patreon.com/generationwhyListen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/generationwhy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RNZ: Morning Report
Archives NZ privacy breach involves 7400 records

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 4:33


Privacy breaches by the national archive involve almost 7400 records, including the names and details of patients of the now-defunct Sunnyside psychiatric hospital. The scale of the breaches has become clear since a public apology was issued yesterday by Archives New Zealand. Records of patients at the hospital between 1966 to 1973 were accessed by two members of the public -- some records were for patients who had committed a criminal offence. Reporter Phil Pennington is with us now.  

Cannabis Man
Episode 34 - Stoner Nataly

Cannabis Man

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 62:34


Stoner Nat knew cannabis was powerful and positive before taking a break from it to serve in the U.S. Navy. Upon her separation in California she reconnected with the plant and set out for Chicago. Eventually she was inspired to create Can O' Comedy, a business hosting events that bring together two of humanity's oldest remedies. Along with the cannabis and stand-up comedy, local Chicago chefs will provide food and you can learn how to make your own edible! Plus Illinois gets a new brand of edibles on the News Joint Wrap, a pro and a con on Strain of the Week, the NLRB slaps some sense into Curaleaf and two senators face off on Safe Banking. Light it up!Question or CommentSupport the showFollow the show on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram!Looking for cannabis products? Head to 420 pipes and use the promo code: CANNABISMAN for 10 percent off your order! Blaze on!

The Sunny Side
Ep. 64 - Next Stop: The Big Apple

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 37:23


While continuing the Compass Collaborative Collection, The Sunny Side stops by the Big Apple to to visit width the Dawson Varvara Team in Manhattan.    Super brokers Steve Dawson and Rob Varvara give their perspective into Manhattan real estate and what the drive the most prolix real estate market on earth. Steve and Rob discuss the challenges of selling during COVID and set the record straight in terms of migration to the suburbs and Florida.    Meanwhile in the CBG Minute, Rachelle goes island hopping (and she's not talking Manhattan) with a re-visit to a Palm Beach stunner, while the entire team stays in Boca Raton for What Caught Your Eye.   If you like real estate and you like fun, this is sure to be the fun-est real estate podcast for you connecting New York and it's Sixth Borough- South Florida.   

The Michael Berry Show
The Sage Of Sunnyside Agrees With Democrats That Blacks Are Underserved, But Who's Doing The Underserving

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 5:49


Radio Islam
Youth Talk with Bibi Ayesha:Holiday cooking Guest: Bibi Ayesha Kadwa from Sunnyside Classics

Radio Islam

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 45:04


Youth Talk with Bibi Ayesha:Holiday cooking Guest: Bibi Ayesha Kadwa from Sunnyside Classics by Radio Islam

The Boat Galley
Is a Solar Oven for You?

The Boat Galley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 5:50


Lots of cruisers love solar ovens. What's not to like about cooking with the heat of the sun? Learn more to figure out if it's a good option for you.   Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): GoSun Sport Oven (Amazon) All American Sun Oven Cooking with a Solar Oven by Behan Gifford “Keep on the Sunny Side” by Susan Detwiler “Solar Cooking” by Sarah Subscribe to the Boat Galley Newsletter!  This episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is brought to you by R&W Rope – Rigging Solutions. R&W's experienced rigging team can handle any size project – from running and standing rigging, to furlers, winches, inspections, and more. They carry all major brands and customize to your requirements. Use coupon code Podcast10 for 10% off all rope and hardware including architectural and decorative projects. Visit rwrope.com or call for your free consultation. Click to see all podcast sponsors, past and present. Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig  

Sunnyside Presbyterian Church
Cantata - Appalachian Winter - Sunnyside Chancel Choir

Sunnyside Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 46:56


This week, instead of a typical worship service with a sermon, we celebrated the season with a Christmas cantata. A cantata tells the whole story of Christmas, beginning with the prophecies in the Hebrew Bible, running through the hopes and expectations of the children of Israel, and culminating on Christmas night, when Jesus Christ entered the world as a baby. We hope you find this longer recording worshipful and meaningful during this season of Advent, and pray that you will make space in your heart and life for Jesus to enter, and then go and share the story of Christmas with the world! Appalachian Winter was arranged by Joseph M. Martin, and published in 2013 by Harold Flammer Music, a division of Shawnee Press, Inc. A huge thank you both to our Director of Music, Yvonda Kisor, and to our Chancel Choir for all their work on this!

The Sunny Side
Ep. 63 - Prepare To Be Wowed

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 32:00


In this episode of the Sunny Side the Cotilla Beresh Gerow Luxury Team head south to one of the most vibrant and recognizable streets in all of Miami. We are going to Brickell Ave to explore The Residences At 1428 Brickell.  It's rare that Rachelle, Scott and Marisela are wowed by a new development but this  70-story pre-construction tower is a complete show-stopper. Long time CBG Luxury Team friend and exclusive in-house agent Jennifer Cervera shares with our listeners that this building offers something that no other residential building in the world has. She talks about the uniqueness of 1428 Brickell and why she calls it a boutique. You will want to hear about this one. A couple of episodes ago we mentioned Giselle Bundchen and her recent real estate purchase. Today's CBG Minute is all about the GOAT, Tom Brady! In What Caught Your Eye the team highlights their favorite properties currently on the market. Listen, like, review and share the Sunny Side  

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio
Sunny Side Of The Dome: A Blue Jays Carol

Jays From the Couch Radio- Complete Toronto Blue Jays Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 27:09


Jays From the Couch presents Sunny Side of the Dome, hosted by Karen Soutar. This week, Karen presents a Blue Jays Carol, a discussion of past, present and future spirits.Support the show

The Brian Lehrer Show
51 Council Members in 52 Weeks: District 49, Kamillah Hanks

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 25:19


The majority of the New York City Council members are new and are part of a class that is the most diverse and progressive in city history. This year Brian Lehrer will get to know all 51 members. Today, Councilmember Kamillah Hanks talks about her priorities for district 49, which includes Arlington, Clifton, Clove Lakes, Concord, Elm Park, Graniteville, Livingston, Mariners Harbor, New Brighton, Port Richmond, Randall Manor, Rosebank, St. George, Snug Harbor, Silver Lake, Stapleton, Sunnyside, West Brighton and Tompkinsville in Staten Island. For show-and-tell, Council Member Kamillah Hanks brought us Concord High School, now home to a new initiative that she says will train chefs of the future. pic.twitter.com/HXEurpYP8q — The Brian Lehrer Show and A Daily Politics Podcast (@BrianLehrer) December 8, 2022

The Michael Berry Show
The People Of Sunnyside Have Been Dealing With Dumping For Years, While The City Turns Its Head

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 5:20


The Sunny Side
Ep. 62 - Seeking San Francisco with Alexander Lurie

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 35:41


In this episode of the Sunny Side the Cotilla Beresh Gerow Luxury Team continue their road trip across the country with their TRIPLE C Series.    In this edition of the  "Compass Collaborative Collection" the team discusses the DNA of the city that Otis Redding, Journey and Scott McKenzie all sang about. We are talking about none other than the Golden Gate City..... San Francisco!   The team welcomes real estate legend and self proclaimed serial entrepreneur Alexander Lurie to the show.  We can't imagine that there is anyone more passionate and knowledgeable about the city than Alexander.   The way he highlights each neighborhood almost had one of us trading in our zip code. Cam you guess if it was Scott, Marisela or Rachelle?   In this edition of, "What Caught Your Eye,' we hear about a home that has the most out of this world sound system. Imagine having a "rager" with disappearing sound.  In the, "CBG Minute," we discuss the Genting Group and their potential $1 billion dollar listing. Listen, like, share and review. If you would like to watch this podcast go to our YouTube page   

The Long Hall Podcast - America's Irish Voice
Pat Phelan - Businessman/Entrepreneur & Co-Founder of SISU Clinic

The Long Hall Podcast - America's Irish Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 69:14


In this week's podcast, Michael and Johnny sit down with serial entrepreneur and businessman Pat Phelan from Cork -- as part of our #inspiringimmigrant series.Pat is the co-founder of SISU aesthetic clinics, a doctor-led Irish company that specializes in cosmetic treatments like face fillers and Botox. Pat established SISU in 2018 with two other cork men – brothers James and Brian Cotter -- and the trio are on a massive expansion campaign in the U.S. where they are looking to open around 200 clinics.Pat gives us an insight into how the SISU growth plans are going while we also look back on Pat's incredible career and journey.His most successful business ventures include Cubic Telecom, a mobile roaming business and Trustev, an e-commerce fraud prevention firm which he sold for $44 million. He lived in Sunnyside and Astoria in Queens for a number of years in the past and has moved to Manhattan to oversee SISU's expansion.It wasn't all uphill for Pat. He was a chef and a butcher in a previous life before he became heavily dependent on alcohol. He kicked drinking more than 20 years ago and gives us an extremely honest and raw account of his battle with booze and how he transformed his life.To follow the exciting SISU expansion you can follow the company on Instagram @SISUClinincs or Pat whose handle is @patphelanAnd as always feel free to leave us a comment about this episode on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @thelonghallpodcast or visit our website www.TheLongHalPodcast.com for more interviews. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast
The Five Things I Had to Change before I Changed my Drinking

The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 30:16


This week on the podcast it's episode #100!  I'm sharing the five things I needed to change before I changed my drinking habits.  It's time to register for Step One for January! The cost is $249 and it includes some really great bonuses including the "extra dry" premium Dryuary program from www.moderation.org. (A $15 value)  It also includes a FREE 90-Day trial from Sunnyside. (A $30 value) www.sunnyside.co  To be notified of when Step One will be available please go to www.mollywatts.com/stepone and sign up.  To listen to the first episode of LIve HAPPIER Longer visit: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/3Irlk26Tmvb To grab the "Holiday Mocktail and Low Alcohol Drink Guide" go to www.mollywatts.com   Buy Breaking the Bottle Legacy: How to Change Your Drinking Habits and Create A Peaceful Relationship with Alcohol on Amazon or most online retailers.  US Kindle US Paperback UK Kindle UK Paperback Apple Books Barnes & Noble Kobo Join my private FB group Alcohol Minimalists here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/changeyouralcoholhabit Has this podcast helped you? Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts!  Follow me on Instagram: @AlcoholMinimalist  Have you grabbed your free e-book, "Alcohol Truths: How Much is Safe?" Get it here.  Low risk drinking guidelines from the NIAAA: Healthy men under 65: No more than 4 drinks in one day and no more than 14 drinks per week. Healthy women (all ages) and healthy men 65 and older: No more than 3 drinks in one day and no more than 7 drinks per week. One drink is defined as 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor. So remember that a mixed drink or full glass of wine are probably more than one drink. Abstinence from alcohol Abstinence from alcohol is the best choice for people who take medication(s) that interact with alcohol, have health conditions that could be exacerbated by alcohol (e.g. liver disease), are pregnant or may become pregnant or have had a problem with alcohol or another substance in the past. Benefits of “low-risk” drinking Following these guidelines reduces the risk of health problems such as cancer, liver disease, reduced immunity, ulcers, sleep problems, complications of existing conditions, and more. It also reduces the risk of depression, social problems, and difficulties at school or work. If you' are unsure about whether or not you have alcohol use disorder, please visit the NIAAA for more information.  

The Sunny Side
Ep. 61 - Holiday Happiness

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 31:57


With the Holidays officially underway, The Sunny Side embraces all thing cheerful and happy as we leave Thanksgiving in the rear view mirror.    Join the CBG Luxury Team once again as Scott, Marisela & Rachelle highlight all the amazing holiday activities south Florida has to offer. From the Boat Parade to Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches on the beach to the eternal debate of fake vs real, we have you covered.    Meanwhile, have you heard who's selling? Maybe the price will “Shoot Your Eye Out Kid” but Ralphie's famous childhood abode from “A Christmas Story” is sure to make your tongue freeze.    And on “What Caught Your Eye”, the team visits Fort Lauderdale, Lighthouse Point and Boca Raton during a hectic turkey week of showings with clients trying to beat the holiday crush.    So loosen up that belt, join your favorite real estate trio and listen in for another insightful episode and expert look into the country's hottest real estate market. 

The 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast
Episode 337: Tune of the Month On The Sunny Side Of The Street

The 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 10:45


We finish up the month of November with one of my favorite jazz standards, On The Sunny Side Of The Street. Here we try to channel Lester Young and do what we can to put some of the concepts we learned into action. Enjoy! WANT THE PDF THAT GOES ALONG WITH THIS EPISODE?? Head over to our Patreon page and when you donate $3 or more a month you get this PDF and every other. We will also be bringing you many extras exclusively to our patrons including transcriptions and a FREE gift  of our latest Ebook, The Diatonic Method. We hope that we bring you value every week here at the 10 Minute Jazz Lesson and we appreciate all of your support!

Bob's Burgers: Reheated
The Sunny Side of Summer The Bob's Burgers Movie: Part 1

Bob's Burgers: Reheated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 73:21


Connect:Email the show at bobsburgersreheated@gmail.comFollow the show @bobsburgersreheated on Instagram

The Sunny Side
Ep. 60 - Texas Tango

The Sunny Side

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 41:48


The Sunny Side  Episode 60 Texas Tango   In Part 1 of the Compass Collaborative Collection, The Sunny Side goes on the road to the great state of Texas with their good friends The Assad Group of Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas!   Industry veterans Kim and Mark Assaad join the CBG Luxury Team for a fun talk about rosé, pickleball & the cowboys of Yellowstone while offering a glimpse into their backyard of real estate business.   In the CBG Minute, Rachelle unveils Gisele Bundchen's new pad (a stone's throw from Tom's) and Ian Schrager's iconic Edition Residences makes an appearance on What Caught Your Eye.   Join the fun and laughs on this Lone Star-sized episode of America's favorite real estate podcast!

Yuliana Kim-Grant's Phoenix Tales
Finding Your Own Healing with Gabriella Barnstone

Yuliana Kim-Grant's Phoenix Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 26:36


Today, Yuliana introduces Gabriella Barnstone, a certified yoga therapist, and together they talk about the pivotal moment that redirected the course of Gabriella's life. For her, it was her father's mental illness and eventual suicide that changed everything. As she says, everything in her life was leading up to that moment of the untimely death by suicide of her parent. She reflects on these heart-breaking moments and opens up about her family history of mental illness. She also shares her story of dealing with trauma and accepting the fact that healing is a lifelong process.Next, Gabriella gets into the details of her family history of mental illnesses. Looking back on the most tragic family events, she tells us about the impact of bipolar disorder on an individual's life. Not only does mental illness impact a person's life, but it also touches everything and everyone around them. Unfortunately, that was also the case with Gabriella's father. His mental health struggles left a mark on those that loved him but also shaped them to become stronger and more resilient. To this day, Gabriella continues to unpack her trauma and complex emotions as she helps others heal and recover using yoga as therapy. She's truly an inspiration to everyone dealing with grief, loss, and sorrow.Episode Highlights:Coping with tragic events and complicated family history The impact of bipolar disorder on a person's personal and professional lifeThe effects of suicide on family membersUnderstanding mental illness in familySelf-healingThe lifelong process of processing traumaThe songs that most resonate with GabriellaQuotes:“There's this other side of my personality, maybe you've seen it, Yuliana, that was bold, and just go for things, and just really try to carve out my own way and take chances. I think that comes from that too. Those kinds of situations that are scary really make you adaptable in some ways.”“Up until then, I was like, why are people mean? And why are they mean to me? And then when I read that letter, I was like, no, wait, people who are mean are in pain.”“The next phone call I got was from my cousin. He said, ‘Gabby, I just want you to know that there's nothing you could have done.' I thought that was like the most generous thing that anyone could do. Because he knew where the mind goes. Because he had been through it.”“I feel like even today, things will come up. I feel like it's a lifelong process of unpacking, it's so huge that there's no sort of processing it, and then be done with it.”“I would say that things change. I don't think I would say, ‘You're going to be okay,' anything like that. I would say ‘Just know that now is not what you're always going to be feeling.'”“So one is Iggy Pop ‘Passenger', which is a song that I love because it's just about experiencing life. That's what it is to me. I like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' ‘Despair', do you know that song? Because it's all about sort of, like, facing despair and sort of, like, concreteness. That bluegrass song. ‘Keep on the Sunny Side', which by the way, is not what it sounds like. It doesn't mean like, just be happy all the time. There's something about it that suggests, like, effort, you know?”Links:Phoenix Tales HomepagePhoenix Tales on InstagramPhoenix Tales on SpotifyPhoenix Tales

The W. Edwards Deming Institute® Podcast
Cellphones in the Classroom: Deming in Education with David P. Langford (Part 15)

The W. Edwards Deming Institute® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 21:06


In our latest Deming in Education podcast, Andrew and David talk about a controversial subject: cellphones in classrooms. Should teachers have them? Students? Should they be banned? Or is there another way? TRANSCRIPT 0:00:03.2 Andrew Stotz: My name is Andrew Stotz and I'll be your host, as we continue our journey into the teachings of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Today, I'm continuing my discussion with David P. Langford, who has devoted his life to applying Dr. Deming's philosophy to education, and he offers offered us his practical advice for implementation. Today's topic is, "What would Deming say about cellphones in classrooms." David, take it away.   0:00:31.9 David Langford: Thank you. I just find this topic so relevant today and just so interesting, I just wanted to have this little discussion about what's going on because I'm reading articles that some high schools in Massachusetts, I think it was, are now banning cellphones completely, and so when kids come to school they have to put their cell phone in a hermetically sealed plastic bag that can only be opened by a teacher or an administrator at the end of the day. So, sort of like what Dagwood said in the comics one time, "It sounds like a good idea till you think about it." So those schools now have become the cell phone police. Alright?   0:01:23.6 AS: Yeah.   0:01:24.0 DL: They have to have people at the door, and if you think you're gonna outsmart a high school kid and get him... "Well, I didn't bring my phone today... " What are you gonna do then? You're gonna search 'em? You're gonna have a Geiger counter kind of the thing that they go through that will go off then, "You got a cell phone and... "   0:01:44.6 AS: You have got a cell phone or a gun, I'm not sure.   0:01:48.7 DL: And then you lied. And so now we have to have punishments for that and one cell phone misdemeanor will get you half an hour after school, and then so we have to have somebody to monitor the after school program and then we go on and on and on and on. And is that really the business you're in? And on the other hand, I can understand a teacher's complaint about, we got these cell phones and they're going off and everything, but I also want to tie it back into what are we supposed to be trying to do in education, what's our purpose? And Deming talked a lot about constancy of purpose, and so when all these students that are going to schools with banned cell phones get out into society and they go to work for companies like yours or other companies, what are companies gonna expect about their cell phones are we still gonna be taking cell phones away from employees when they hit the door? I would say... [cough] Excuse me. Generally, that people just make up, not necessarily even rules or regulations but ethics around cell phones. I remember as an administrator having that problem that we'd have administrative meetings and you might have 20 or 30 people in the room and there's people answering their email and they're looking up stuff on their cell phones and this and that, checking this.   0:03:25.2 DL: And in some cases, it could be an extreme emergency and they need to be paying attention to that, so do you just wanna ban that and say, "Okay, no, no answering email or doing anything like that." Or can we put some guidelines about what we believe? So it ties into Deming thinking, because the first thing that I've encountered this over and over, schools all over the world, and the first thing I would say is, "Okay, what's the statistical variation that you have on cell phones?" And they'll look at you blankly like, "Well, you know, it's just bad." [chuckle] Well, I can understand that, but does every child have a cell phone in the entire school? Are you dealing with that, well or either that system, or is there a system of inequity where only 30% of the kids can actually afford cell phones and what are parents views on cell phones and all the it's other kinds...   0:04:26.2 AS: I was just thinking that, I'm sure whatever challenges you're facing in the classroom that parents are also facing that challenge, so you actually have somewhat of an ally. I was looking at an article by CBS News, that just came out, and a quote from a guy named Tyler Rablin, a high school teacher in Sunnyside, Washington, he said, "It's a losing battle for kids and their brains."   0:04:55.6 DL: [laughter] That sounds like somebody that doesn't really wanna join the 21st century.   0:05:01.3 AS: But also the other thing is in business now, we have apps where you're communicating and you're expected to be online and respond and all that, so it's not like we're gonna get rid of...   0:05:12.0 DL: Yeah you can take that away as well. Well, and then there are developing countries, like I'm pretty sure that it's Nigeria that is actually issuing cell phones to every student because it's a miniature computer and it's affordable, and they can use it in multiple ways, working stuff through. So the idea of just, "Well, we're just gonna ban something, we're just gonna completely take it away, and so that's gonna solve your problem is actually creating its own problems, and I'd actually wanna know the data on how many interruptions are you talking about per class period, per day, what's a Pareto chart from highest to lowest of the type of interruptions with cell phones all the way to the lowest interruptions with cell phones. Have you actually come up with a cell phone etiquette for your school about how you agree to operate and have the students been a part of that, coming up with that etiquette, and what's normal and what's not normal?   0:06:15.9 DL: I know even with, as a school administrator, administrative groups, we actually had cell phone email time built into our work sessions, 'cause people said, "Well, I do need to check in and do this and there's stuff going on at my school that I need to be aware of and... " Great, so we decided to have cell phone time, there was like a 12-minute period or an 18-minute period, and they would tell us how much time they needed to do that, and everybody would go out and talk on their cellphones and call home and to see how the kids are doing, or whatever you needed to do. But then when you come back to the meeting, we're back in session and we're concentrating and we're doing the things that we need to do over there.   0:07:00.8 AS: There's a couple of things I'm...   0:07:01.2 DL: There are ways to deal with these things.   0:07:04.2 AS: I was thinking about a couple of things. Sometimes when I see a lot of distraction in a classroom, I basically tell people to turn off their phones and you can access them at the break, so we're gonna talk for an hour and a half. If you can't get away for an hour and a half, maybe you shouldn't be in the classroom, for someone that's coming for a training or something like that, no, you can't. If you say that to a kid, they'll say, "Yeah, exactly." But the other thing...   0:07:34.3 DL: Think about how if you've got that kind of thinking in your classroom, what do you need to be doing before you get to the classroom? Well, I need to be making my phone calls, I need to be doing my texting or whatever I'm going to be doing, so when I get in the classroom, I'm not gonna be tempted to be distracted from those types of things. To me, it's going back to Deming's concept of understanding the system, what is this system that you're trying to either prevent or create or work through? And I can absolutely guarantee you those kids are gonna run circles around those administrators and those teachers in those schools, they are going to find ways to make stuff happen. I'll never forget when cellphones were actually first sort of coming out and my kids were going to university, Allison got this text from my son, who was in a business class listening to a lecture that he was bored out of his mind, and that's back when we had the cell phones with buttons on 'em. And he said, "I'm texting you from my pocket because I'll get in trouble if I take out my phone." And he was doing the whole thing by feel 'cause the class was so boring, this was a whole lot more fun to see if he could pull that off, [chuckle] so that's what you're gonna be up against is...   0:08:55.7 AS: But the other thing is, I teach here in Asia, and most of my students are not native speakers, so they use their phones to record sometimes. Or yesterday, I had a class and we were running late, I had to run, but I needed to give them some advice on the next assignment, I told 'em, "Turn on your audio, I'm gonna run through seven things." One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. "I'll see you guys later." Boom. So there's that also. But what I'm coming back to, David, is that, it is really a battle for attention on what I can see the curse course of young people right now...   0:09:30.4 DL: Attention and control... And control. Who's in control here? Right?   0:09:34.1 AS: Yep. But what I can see is that I see a lot of young people that are unable to focus because they're constantly distracted, even for me, who didn't grow up with this type of thing, it can be distracting. And so I do things like, I'd leave my phone outside my office, I start work early in the morning where I know nobody is gonna send me any messages, all kinds of little tricks and stuff. But it is a challenge, which raises another issue in education, do we have a concentration time? Maybe we need to teach children about, "Hey, what is the value of going 30 minutes on this? No distraction." And teaching something like that.   0:10:17.1 DL: Yeah, I'd much rather that you had a Deming-focus in your school and you're thinking about, "Well, how do we manage this cell phone issue?" Because when students leave the school, they're gonna have to know how to use cell phones properly in work environments or in any environment that they go into. And so if we're not teaching 'em how to do it and they're not understanding how to work that through, it's just gonna be chaos on the other side of that.   0:10:49.8 AS: What about this? I remember a fund management client that I had in the UK, and I tried to get a hold of him in the morning, and he contacted me, he says, "Sorry, I didn't talk to you in the morning because our company doesn't turn on the email delivery until noon."   [laughter]   0:11:08.0 DL: Again, you're not trusting your employees to make good decisions, and so therefore, we're just gonna take care of it for you. That's another... Another way that you could do the cell phone thing is you could have a bubble over your school that prevented any cell phone access.   0:11:30.1 AS: There you go. A shield. A dome.   0:11:32.8 DL: A dome or a shield over it. We laugh about it and stuff, but and it's a very big problem for the teachers in schools and etcetera. If I was a teacher now and in a high school, I'd actually probably be requiring all of my students to have cellphones. Because I talked with one teacher about this one time, and that's what she did and she had everybody's numbers, she had everything, she would text stuff out and she said, "Oh, the kids were just like, take her cell phone away." 'Cause she was saying, "Remember we're gonna have this test on Friday, and remember you to study this." And she's blanket that out to everybody in the class, and so they're just constantly getting these text messages from her. But it's the same thing as in business, the eight-hour work day is a myth, it doesn't happen anymore. I know I'm on a 24-hour schedule because you're in Thailand and your're 11 hours different than where I'm at and... And that's happening worldwide, and if we're not teaching students how to deal with that... That's the whole advantage of having a cell phone is that I can get messages and that I can receive them and answer them on my schedule and on my time, and when I wanna do that and work through that.   0:13:00.0 DL: From a systems perspective, it's much, much more powerful to teach students how to make responsible choices and decisions, and then you're gonna get the question about, "Well what happens when if they don't make responsible decisions?" Well, are we talking about special cause, we got a thousand kids in the school and we got one kid or 10, right?   0:13:22.8 AS: Yup.   0:13:23.8 DL: Well, they're gonna need some special help, 'cause obviously they need help learning how to control themselves. But in general, 99... 98% of the students don't have this problem.   0:13:35.4 AS: So what I'd like to do is just wrap this up by thinking about a teacher who's listening to this and thinking, "Yeah, this is a challenge I'm facing in my classroom and I'm looking for different ways to handle it, and from this conversation, next week when I go into class, I'm gonna take a different perspective on this, and that is gonna be based upon what you're saying and your interpretation of Dr. Deming's ideas about this." So what kind of specific steps would you say? Like, "Maybe try this, try that, do this, do that, re-evaluate what your goals are and what's your aim?" What would you say it is?   0:14:09.7 DL: The answer to these questions always is; it depends, right? [chuckle] So...   0:14:14.5 AS: Oh, David...   0:14:16.7 DL: The control may be totally out of that teacher's hands, where the school or the district's saying, well "This is our policy, and this is what we have to do." If that's the case, then you don't really have much. But even a single teacher within a whole district, or a school, can change the system. So if I wanted to do something differently, I might go to my principal and say, "Look, can I run a PDSA; Plan, Do, Study, Act experiment on cell phones? And my students actually wanna have cell phones in their classes, and so we'd like to take a month, and in just my classes, we're gonna have cell phones and we're gonna learn how to use them really properly, and we're gonna collect some data on improper use and proper use, and try to understand the situation." And generally, I'd say that most administrators would probably say, "Yeah, that sounds like a logical solution," right? But to actually understand it...   0:15:24.9 AS: You're getting the students involved...   0:15:26.1 DL: Getting the students involved...   0:15:26.3 AS: That's part of their key...   0:15:29.0 DL: That's the whole key, the students are always the secret weapon. If you're not getting them involved, you're just shooting yourself in the foot, so I can guarantee at these high schools that are banning cell phones, there's probably not a single student that came up with this idea that, "Oh, we need to ban cell phones."   0:15:45.5 AS: Yeah.   0:15:46.1 DL: [chuckle] It's just not what's gonna happen.   0:15:49.7 AS: I was thinking about one idea could be that students may come up with this, maybe we could use this two... We could do partners, like two people, one cell phone. And how do we explore, see what we can find on a particular topic? Or how do we... Just all kinds of ideas would come up, and plus these guys, they know how to use these, that it is a tool, and maybe through that process, you would be teaching them to see it as a tool, not as a burden or not something that you gotta restrict, but how do you get the most outta this tool?   0:16:24.1 DL: Well, that's... I'm sure that your day is much like mine. Any time, any second, that I think, "I wonder what the answer to this is?" Or "I need to do a little research on this," or etcetera, I don't run to my computer 'cause it's... I'll pull out my cell phone and within 30 seconds or less, I've got the answer to that, and...   0:16:49.6 AS: It's funny because I...   0:16:51.0 DL: I wouldn't wanna deprive students of that in a school.   0:16:54.5 AS: I was talking with my mother and she was talking about one of our houses that we lived in, in New Jersey, and I remembered a picture of that house. I asked her, "What's the address of that house?" And she could remember it, even though she's getting older. And I went on Google, and I zoomed in, and I go, "Mom, is that the front porch of the house," and she's like, "That's it." And just, like, there's so much that you can do with this tool, so...   0:17:21.6 DL: Yeah, so just think of, you're just blanketly depriving people of access to using that tool. I mean, to me, it just doesn't make any sense, and from a Deming perspective, I think it's not tenable. It's certainly not sustainable. And I absolutely could guarantee you that, in five years, those very same high schools are gonna be done with that policy and, because they don't wanna be the cell phone policemen anymore.   0:17:50.2 AS: Yup.   0:17:51.9 DL: So eventually you're gonna have to learn how to teach people to use them properly within the existing systems. It's gonna come...   0:18:03.1 AS: So, maybe I'll summarize by thinking about some of the questions about cell phones, even is, does every kid have a phone? And...   0:18:11.1 DL: That's right...   0:18:11.8 AS: What's the situation?   0:18:13.8 DL: Yeah, could be an equity issue, right? Oh, we're gonna ban cell phones because only 25% of our kids can actually afford to have a cell phone. Okay, well, that's a whole different issue than we're just gonna ban this...   0:18:29.0 AS: Well, that's why I was thinking about teams, if you had a room where a certain number of people didn't have a cell phone by setting up... If the students came out and say, "Hey, why don't we work in teams?" Boom. You also talked about, maybe we should think about cell phone etiquette, maybe get parents and, obviously, students involved. And the other thing you said, are you trusting your employees? Are you trusting your students? And you also talked about, maybe, the thing to do is, let's study it, let's do a PDSA on cell phones; how to use them properly, how to use them in the classroom and try to learn and develop something that you're developing with the students, and finally, see the phone as a tool for reaching the goal of the system. Which is, let's say, to educate young people. Anything you would add to that?   0:19:21.4 DL: Yeah, I'm sure there's people listening to this and saying, "Well, those guys don't understand our reality," well, you can create your own reality. [chuckle] I'd rather be in a school system where everybody's responsibly using cell phones, even the administrators, and teachers. Where was I? In Australia or some place, and I said something about, "Some of our schools think they have a cell phone problem," and the administrators said, "You mean with the teachers?"   [laughter]   0:19:55.3 DL: And I hadn't even thought about that. He said, "We have a really big problem with that, the teachers are just always on their cell phones and using... Texting, and doing all their stuff, and... "   0:20:03.0 AS: Yup. Well, if you're listening to this podcast, you're like, "You guys don't know, and this and that... " Well, if it's getting you a little bit frustrated, you're questioning it and stuff, that's the part of the process of learning, is getting some new information and thinking about that. David, I wanna thank you for challenging us to think about cell phones, 'cause even in my case, I kinda went into this with a little bit different view, but you've got me convinced to get the students involved, and maybe their parents, and think about what's our real aim here. On behalf of everyone at the Deming Institute, I wanna thank you again for this discussion. For listeners, remember to go to deming.org to continue your journey. Listeners can also learn about David at langfordlearning.com. This is your host Andrew Stotz, and I'll leave you with one of my favorite quotes from Dr. Deming, "People are entitled to joy in work.”

Horror Show Hot Dog
Episode 444 – Sunny Side Up Bob No Good

Horror Show Hot Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 100:42


Movies discussed: Barbarian, V/H/S 99, Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities, Stalked (short) This week we enjoyed Guillermo Del Toro's cabinet of curiosities, didn't quite get the hype on Barbarian, and REALLY tried to say something nice about V/H/S/99, you guys. We did. Next episodes assignments: Dark Night of the Scarecrow Satan's Slaves: Communion Memories of Murder Unlucky Charms (short) Watch along with us if you like and we'll see you next episode. The post Episode 444 – Sunny Side Up Bob No Good appeared first on Horror Show Hot Dog.

AmiTuckeredOut
You Can't Be Serious With Kal Penn

AmiTuckeredOut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 63:32


It's a reunion!  Twenty years after being his production assistant on a film set in Austin, TX, Kal Penn and I get a chance to sit down and catch up about it all.Kal Penn, is an American actor, author, academic lecturer and former White House staff member in the Barack Obama administration. You may know him from television shows such as House, Designated Survivor, Sunnyside, and How I Met Your Mother. He is also recognized for his performance in the film The Namesake and of course the Harold and Kumar series (I personally still love Taj Mahal Badalandabad). Penn has taught at the University of Pennsylvania in the Cinema Studies Program as a visiting lecturerWe talk about it all from our first impressions, to those fantastic middle school years, to his job as a farmhand right before he went to UCLA. He talks about the meaning behind the Brown Catch-22, his journey with stereotyping in Hollywood, his experience going to India with President Barack Obama, and why he needed a mini-fridge in the White House.We of course bust out with some Gujarati (our native Indian language) which Kal definitely schools me on.His new memoir, You Can't Be Serious, is out and it's a fantastic read! There just wasn't enough time to give a shout out to all the uncles and aunties we loved growing up.....

The Michael Berry Show
The Sage Of Sunnyside Preaches The Truth!

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 9:43


Last Chair: The Ski Utah Podcast
Peter Landsman: Our Love of Lifts

Last Chair: The Ski Utah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 59:52


As skiers, we love ski lifts. They get us quickly to the top of mountains so we can slide back down. But what would you think about visiting every single ski lift in America? 2,381 of them! Well, that has been the life of Peter Landsman, a lift supervisor and founder of liftblog, a popular website and network of social channels. Today Last Chair chats with Peter about his adventure across America, the unique lifts he found and what we can expect for new lifts this winter.Growing up in the Pacific Northwest (Snoqualmie), Landsman became infatuated with lifts early. “Immediately, I loved to ski – I think I was about four years old when I first started. Very quickly with the skiing, I realized the lifts were also really interesting machines. Ever since then I've had an interest in both the skiing and the lifts and tried to get to as many ski areas and lifts as I can.”As a lift supervisor at Jackson Hole, Landsman works long shifts three to four days a week, then heads to the airport to fly around the USA, hopscotching to ski resorts in a rental car winter and summer to ride lifts, hike to lifts and photograph them from every conceivable angle.In 2015 he started a small blog (liftblog.com) documenting his travels and indexing ski lifts. It was slow at first but with some love and car on social media, it took off.There is probably no individual in America who is so knowledgeable about, literally, every ski lift in the country. He can rattle off stats and show you photos on his phone.Here's a sample of Last Chair's episode 3 of season 4 with Peter Landsman.How old were you when you began an infatuation with ski lifts?One of the earlier memories I have of a ski trip was to Sun Valley. I was five or six and asking my parents if I could stay late and watch them turn off the ski lift and like, somehow that would be interesting. They probably thought it was kind of a funny thing to ask, but they let me stay and watch and I ended up talking to the lift operators and I still do that kind of thing today.You've been to nearly 500 resorts. You must have some interesting stories?The ski industry is incredibly broad. I have been to a ski resort that's inside. There are ski resorts run by schools. There are ski resorts that are run by the US military. There are ski resorts that are run by nonprofits. So they come in all shapes and sizes. And it's really remarkable how many different types of lifts and ski resorts I've been to.How do you plan?I study the map. Usually I have an idea in my head of what the ski area is like from my prior research. But the night before, I review the map, figure out what I think is going to be the most efficient and fastest way to go up and down every lift. It really varies on the resort, how many runs you have to do for each lift to really photograph them properly and ride them and then get between the different lifts. Do you have a pipeline to the lift manufacturers to learn about new lifts?I do have a good sense of what lifts are coming online. It actually mostly comes from the U.S. Forest Service in Utah and a lot of other places. Many resorts are on public lands, so they have to go through a permit process through the Forest Service before they can even build the lift. And then a lot of times resorts will tell me that they have an announcement coming up and keep me in the loop.Have you seen some unusual lifts?Every one is different. One that comes to mind is in New Jersey, an actual lift that was built here in Salt Lake City but sent over to New Jersey. It's inside this new indoor ski resort in a shopping mall called Big Snow. They have a quad chairlift that instead of coming out of the ground it actually hangs from the ceiling. So as you ride up, the lift towers are coming down from the roof. And that's a pretty unique lift. And then another one that comes to mind is a single chair up in Alaska. Cordova, Alaska, has a single chairlift still operating. It's actually from Sun Valley that got sent up there after they were done with it in Idaho.Do you also try to track the lineage of lifts, like where they started and ended up?I do. So some of them have moved two or three or four times. As an example, Deer Valley's old Homestake Lift went to my home mountain in Washington – Crystal Mountain, where it's now operating again. So if lifts are not that old and being removed, there's a good chance that they will end up at another ski area down the line.I've always wondered, how do the ends of lift cables get attached to each other?It's called a splice, and it's a very technical marriage of two ends of a haul rope. There are specialized specialists whose only job is to go around the country and splice these ropes. So they basically unwind both ends of a cable and weave the strands together, make some cuts, do some pounding with hammers. And at the end, you've got a nice smooth loop of rope. And nobody, unless you're a real technical guy like me, nobody really knows where the marriage even is.Any technical innovations on the horizon?Some of it's behind the scenes technical aspects that we deal with as lift employees that the public may not see. The big one of those is called direct drive. For example, Alta's new Sunnyside lift is going to have a direct drive. It's a new kind of motor for ski lifts that directly operates on the bull wheel. So it takes out a whole lot of components of the drive system of a lift that could fail.We have a handful of six-packs in Utah, with some eights planned. What's the limit?I think eight is probably the limit as far as how many skiers you can line up in a row, have them sit down and then be able to get off and not crash.Peter has a lot more to say about his favorite lifts and unusual ones he's seen around America. Listen in to the full episode of Last Chair with liftblog founder Peter Landsman on his adventure to visit every lift in America.By the Numbers2,381 lifts in USA480 resorts46 states773,091 miles (thank you Delta)Liftblog's Five Game Changing Lifts in UtahTram - Snowbird - Kicking off a second half-centuryCollins - Alta - Two lifts in oneQuicksilver - Park City Mountain - Connecting two resorts togetherJohn Paul - Snowbasin - Third most chairlift vertical in USAParadise - Powder Mountain - Classic fixed grip quad serving vast terrainNew Utah Lifts for 2022-23Alta - Detachable six replacing SunnysideDeer Valley - Detachable quad replacing BurnsSnowbird - New tram cabins and drive systemSundance - New fixed grip quad opening new terrain off Jake'sUtah Olympic Park - Detachable quad serving new West Peak

The Big Switch
From Landfill to Solar Farm in a Black Houston Neighborhood

The Big Switch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 28:04


In this episode, a former oil-and-gas man named Efrem Jernigan catches the solar bug. Inspired by the potential for lower energy bills and green jobs, he looks into bringing solar to the neighborhood he grew up in, a historically black part of Houston called Sunnyside.    But for many Sunnyside residents, the technology is out of reach: Many are renters. Others lack roofs with sufficient sun. And still others simply don't have the money to purchase expensive solar systems.    And it's not just Sunnyside. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory estimates that less than half  of American homes and businesses can install rooftop solar. So what are the solutions?     One answer, at least in Sunnyside, involves a controversial landfill that gets new life as a solar farm—specifically as something called a community solar project.   Matthew Popkin, a researcher at the energy thinktank RMI, talks about how community solar projects get around the barriers of rooftop panels. Also in this episode: how do we turn former industrial sites—also known as brownfields—into renewable projects? The Big Switch is produced by Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy in partnership with Post Script Media. This episode was produced by Daniel Woldorff and Alexandria Herr Theme music and mixing by Sean Marquand. Story editing by Anne Bailey. A special thanks to Jen Wu, Natalie Volk and Kyu Lee. Our managing producer is Cecily Meza-Martinez. Our executive editor is Stephen Lacey.

The Boise Bubble Podcast
Episode 47: Backcountry Ghost Mines

The Boise Bubble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:52


Idaho has a lot of historical spots, but often they are not very accessible unless you're ready to really put in some serious effort. Shane and Mark Iverson of Idahistory decided they were going to spend a weekend getting to some of the hardest to reach ghost mines. (Natalie wasn't thrilled as she is 100% sure the mines are haunted.) Some of their exploration include the Sunken ghost town of Roosevelt...under Lake Roosevelt, Dewey Mine, Sunnyside, Stibnite, Yellow Pine Pit Mine and Thunder Mountain City. All part of the Thunder Mountain Mining District. They come together to geek out a little bit about what they found. We also chat about Idahistory's new book “Murder & Mayhem In Boise”.

It's Gillean
Healing From Within: How To Treat Adult Acne With CLEARSTEM Co-Founders, Kayleigh Christina And Danielle Gronich

It's Gillean

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 48:44


There's a huge misconception that acne just affects teenagers and once we hit adulthood, our skin magically clears up. Kayleigh Christina and Danielle Gronich, co-founders of CLEARSTEM, both know from personal and professional experience that that's not the case. We dive into a few key reasons why adults struggle with breakouts, the connection between diet and acne, and how to practice good anti-acne and anti-aging habits. They share the science behind the solutions they offer so that people struggling with acne can heal from within and get to the root cause of their symptoms. Kayleigh and Danielle also highlight some of their favorite products, treatments, and skincare gadgets.  IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Common lifestyle changes that happen in your late 20s and early 30s that can actually start the acne cycle Sneaky places that dairy is hiding in your diet, including protein powders and bars  Ingredients to look out for, especially when shopping for sunscreen and moisturizers  How using CLEARSTEM supplements can help train the body to be less acne prone  Danielle's 5-minute hack to instantly glowy skin  How they developed the CLEARSTEM tool that stops you from picking at your skin RESOURCES Use code ItsGillean for 15% off your order at https://clearstemskincare.com (clearstemskincare.com)  https://facerealityskincare.com (Face Reality Skincare )   https://clearstemskincare.com/products/sunnyside (SUNNYSIDE brush-on mineral sunscreen)  https://clearstemskincare.com/products/diamond-buff (DIAMOND BUFF™ At-Home Microdermabrasion Tool) https://clearstemskincare.com/products/pregame (PREGAME Face Mask x Jess Clarke)   CONNECT WITH DANIELLE & KAYLEIGH Follow CLEARSTEM: https://www.instagram.com/clearstemskincare/?hl=en (@clearstemskincare) Shop CLEARSTEM: https://clearstemskincare.com (clearstemskincare.com) Follow Danielle: https://www.instagram.com/danielle.the.acne.guru/?hl=en (@danielle.the.acne.guru) Follow Kayleigh: https://www.instagram.com/kayleigh.christina/?hl=en (@kayleigh.christina) CONNECT WITH GILLEAN Follow Gillean: https://www.instagram.com/itsgillean/ (@itsgillean) Follow What's For Dinner Club: https://www.instagram.com/whatsfordinnerclub.official/ (@whatsfordinnerclub.official) Let's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsgillean (@itsgillean) Text FREE to (866) 551-1989 to try What's For Dinner Club https://millennialnutrition.com/ (Learn more) about Gillean https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/its-gillean/id1638798275?l=en (Listen) to more episodes of It's Gillean

The Michael Berry Show
And Just Like That The Heavens Opened And The Sage Of Sunnyside Called The Show

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 12:06


The Michael Berry Show
The Sage Of Sunnyside, Joyce, Tells How She Got Started In Her Ministry

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 8:03


The Sage of Sunnyside needs no introduction!