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Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Paula Anderson, Founder or Writing by Design Media, Inc., who shares some of her story as an entrepreneur in launching the company that produces quarterly magazines, "Emerging and Enterprising Entrepreneurs" (E3 Magazine) and "Memphis Small Business Quarterly," along with the online series, "Candid Conversations with Entrepreneurs." During the interview, Paula talks about some of the trends in the journalism industry, plans for 2022, and some Multimedia Journalism Internship opportunities for Spring 2022.Multimedia Journalism Internships for Spring 2022An internship is an opportunity to apply classroom learning and theory with practical application.Over the last three years, Writing by Design Media and now Writing by Design Media, Inc.,a public benefit organization, has worked with student interns to write news content, press releases and create social media and digital content.Writing by Design Media Inc. launched a multimedia journalism internship program for students at two-year and four-year colleges and universities. We are offering paid internships in 2022 for students who want to learn about magazine production, photography, and videography.Students will have an opportunity to work on the magazine production for our quarterly magazines - Emerging and Enterprising Entrepreneurs, Memphis Small Business Quarterly, and Candid Conversations with Entrepreneurs (digital content).Internship opportunities can be remote for students outside of Memphis, Tenn. Students need to provide writing samples, a portfolio and be enrolled in a college and university.To learn more about the internship program, visit wbdmedia.com or email email@example.com.
TENN in 20 returns!! Thank you for your patience and for your support. The first new episode of the show will premier on December 7. Learn more about the anniversary commemoration of the Battles of Spring Hill & Franklin here: boft.org/illumination
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Three independent law enforcement sources confirmed to FOX13 that rapper Young Dolph was shot and killed in Memphis Wednesday afternoon. Maurice Hill, the owner of the shop where the shooting happened, Makeda's Butter Cookies, told FOX13 his employees said Young Dolph, 36, walked into the store to buy cookies. Someone then drove up and then shot and killed him around 1 p.m. on Wednesday at the bakery in South Memphis. Young Dolph is well known for handing out turkeys around Thanksgiving in Memphis through the Memphis Athletic Ministries charity, speaking to school children and donating money to his former high school Hamilton High School. No information about the shooter has been released by police at this point. Mass Effect Go Hosted by Analytic Dreamz also known as… well me is the “on the go” version of Notorious Mass Effect meaning everything that I feel like needs to be talked about while I'm out on the go and in between episodes will be talked about on this version of the podcast. You might be wondering what's the difference between The Notorious Mass Effect and Mass Effect Go… well you're hearing the difference right now, Mass Effect Go has a different set up so I can record from anywhere covering a variety of topics without having to worry about taking away from what my core audience values from this the notorious mass effect in the first place. It wouldn't be an announcement without me also letting you know to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
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Chef Erik Niel says Main Street Meats began as a kernel of an idea that already existed. He and his wife Amanda Niel own and operate the butcher shop in addition to Easy Bistro & Bar, both in Chattanooga, Tenn. The award-winning chef's culinary career spans 25 years. Although he attended the University of Texas at Austin to study psychology with a minor in business, food has always been his passion. He attended Johnson & Wales Culinary School in Vail, Colo. In 2005, after working in professional kitchens he and Amanda – both in their 20s – opened Easy Bistro & Bar in downtown Chattanooga. In 2014, the Niels took over Main Street Meats. Erik says, tongue firmly in cheek, that at age 35 he needed a new challenge that would push him out of his comfort zone. But he also believed in the business. “This was the one great chance for Chattanooga to have a local butcher,” he said. But how could he and his team of artisan butchers use old-school techniques to successfully run a combination contemporary butcher shop and restaurant to become Chattanooga's neighborhood butcher shop? In this episode of the MEAT+POULTRY Podcast, Chef Erik Niel explains how he and the Main Street Meats team did just that, and why whole-animal butchery is key to the shop's current success and its future as a fixture in more neighborhoods across the southeast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meatpoultry-podcast/message
Jim Donnan, Brent Rollins, and Dayne Young preview week 11 in the SEC. The guys go game-by-game in the conference to give you quick-hitting information. The show is sponsored by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Visit them at: www.connergrading.com
Tony Visco celebrates birthday No. 58 today as we caught up with him while he was on business in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife Valerie are making his way to the Lafayette area to visit daughter Charlene to celebrate the next few days. Visco arrived in West Lafayette in 1983 and promptly redshirted. He made a splash in his debut in 1984, helping the Boilermakers beat Notre Dame, Ohio State and Michigan en route to earning a Peach Bowl bid. Visco finished his career in West Lafayette with 351 tackles, which still ranks No. 10 in Purdue annals. Visco's 210 career solo tackles are No. 17 in school history. And his team-leading eight sacks in 1987 still rank No. 14 in a single season in Boilermaker record books. The 6-4, 235-pound Visco was the No. 4 overall pick in the 1987 draft, getting tabbed by the BC Lions. He went on to play in the CFL from 1988-91, toiling for Toronto, BC, Saskatchewan and Hamilton before retiring. Visco, a native of Mississauga, Ont., has called Chattanooga, Tenn., home for over 11 years. He is the operations manager for Louisville Tile of Chattanooga.
In a recent Sunday gathering, we practiced naming the people and groups toward whom we hold contemptuous judgment. God transforms our hearts when we are honest before Him, and He can empower us to love and stay in relationship with some of the people we whom we most disagree. On this special Journey Now episode, Suzie Lind talks with Lamont Turner. He shares his story growing up in the predominately white community of Franklin, Tenn. and building bridges with people to move the Kingdom and our communities forward. Got comments or questions? Text us at (615) 861-9503 and join the conversation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journeychurch/support
Distributism is a political and economic theory under which the means of productions would be redistributed to as many people as possible, as part of an effort to decentralize power to the greatest extent possible, and to protect the rights of smaller political and economic units against the encroachments of both central government and big business. While distributists and free market advocates can find some common ground, there remain significant differences between the two groups. On February 18, 2016, the Acton Institute hosted a debate on the topic of distributism. Arguing in favor of distributism was Joseph Pearce, who at the time was writer-in-residence at Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., and the director of the college's Center for Faith and Culture. Currently, Pearce is director of book publishing at the Augustine Institute and editor of the St. Austin Review. On the side of free markets was Jay Richards, assistant research professor in the Busch School of Business and the academic content lead for the Tuscon Project at the Catholic University of America. Acton Institute president and co-founder Rev. Robert Sirico served as the moderator of the discussion.Subscribe to Acton Line, Acton Unwind, & Acton Vault Joseph Pearce bioJay W. Richards bioActon's 31st Annual Dinner See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gilbert Earl Patterson was an American Holiness Pentecostal leader and minister who served as the National Presiding Bishop and Founder of the Bountiful Blessings Ministries and Chief Apostle of the Church of God in Christ, Incorporated. Bishop G. E. Patterson is a scholar as well as a minister. He attended Lemoyne-Owen College in Memphis, Tennessee, Detroit Bible Institute and holds an honorary doctorate from Oral Roberts University. Bishop Patterson is a contributing writer in the Spirit Filled Life Bible (KJV) which was edited by Dr. Jack Hayford. Bishop Patterson is a pastor. Bishop Patterson founded Temple of Deliverance in 1975 and twenty-five years later Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ has more than 13,000 members on roll with more than 6,000 active members. In May 1999, Bishop Patterson and Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ entered their New Worship Center which cost approximately 13 million dollars and seats approximately 5000. It is one of the fastest growing congregations in the country. Because the church has three facilities, it is described as “One church in three locations.” During his ministerial career, Bishop Patterson has organized 7 churches across the country.
Alabama men's basketball picked up its second five-star commitment for the 2022 recruiting cycle Monday when Brandon Miller chose the Crimson Tide over Kansas and a host of other attractive options. Join BOL publisher Tim Watts and senior analyst Travis Reier as they discuss the addition of the Antioch, Tenn., native from every angle and look ahead to what is next for UA on the recruiting trail. The BamaOnLine Podcast is on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! Contact Travis Reier by personal message or on Twitter (@travisreier). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We start this week with our Fails including Sean losing (but not actually losing) a credit card, getting arrested for fake coupons and mice, and fans doing drunk fan things. The Failed Athlete of the Week is Mark Appel, a multiple time #1 pick, drafted by the Astros, who never made the MLB. We also discuss Winners of the week including Michigan St., Kenneth Walker as a Heisman Candidate, and where we think the College Football Playoff stands. We also talk about the Patriots win over the Chargers and if they are due for a hot streak. In the MLB we discuss the World Series, and some new managerial hires. We also have some wild High School games. Losers this week include the Blackhawks scandal and WFT emails leading to us discussing how corrupt to leadership of the sports world really is. We also have the Chiefs destruction last week to the Titans and then going after their own fans. The final loser is PETA for an absolutely ridiculous petition towards MLB and the word “Bullpen”. We close out with an awesome interview with former Tennessee Tech cornerback Richmond Tooley who talks about his time in college football, coaching, NIL laws, and how he definitely should have had an interception against Georgia. Pure Rock n Roll by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sean998/support
The old rivalry between Alabama and Tennessee continues in a hard fought Bama win. Lane Kiffin coaches against is possibly new team, but should he be taking the job? Oklahoma struggled against Kansas, are they overrated? Please like, subscribe, review, and share out! https://linktr.ee/thecoachsteveshowCheck out belly up sports podcast network! https://bellyupsports.com/Check out BetUS to go make your bets! Use the link: https://bit.ly/BetUS-BellyUpSports and the code JOIN125 on your first depot (minimum of $100) to get 125% sign up bonus for 100% sports betting and 25% Casino! Get back to the basics with Coach Stone: https://www.coachstonefootball.com/Get the best sunglasses in the game today! Use for any activity! Go to https://www.yeetzofficial.com/ use the code CSS for 10% off Go to launchpadkickofftee.com/css and use the Code: css to get 10% when you guy the best kickoff tee in the business!Get The Coach Steve Show Gear at https://www.bonfire.com/coach-steve-show/
For much of Harold Sumerford Jr.'s adult life, he has risen at 4:30 each morning and worked 11 hours a day, six days a week. But it's never felt like the daily grind. “I've been doing this for 43 years,” said Sumerford, CEO of Birmingham, Ala.-based J&M Tank Lines and newly confirmed chairman of American Trucking Associations. “But I've never, ever felt like I went to work a day in my life.” Sumerford was sworn in as chairman Oct. 26 at ATA's Management Conference & Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn. As the new public face of trucking, Sumerford likely will be spending equally long hours traveling the country to keep politicians and ATA members informed on the critical issues on his agenda.
On this episode of Pilsners and Politics, Benjamin sits down with the parents of Lt. Colonel Scheller, Cathy and Stu Sr. Cathy and Stu discuss with Benjamin the incredible story of courage and sacrifice surrounding their sons choice to demand accountability from the senior leaders at the Pentagon. Lt. Col Scheller ultimately lost everything, his command, his marriage, and ability to serve his nation as a Marine. To this day the Marines are holding the Lt. Col. hostage and refusing to discharge him from the Marine Corps. Visit https://istandwithstu.com/ to sign the petition. Marine Corps Lt. Col Scheller, in a series of social media posts, demanded accountability from senior military leaders regarding the botched Afghanistan withdrawal. A withdrawal that was hasty and seemed to have lacked strategic planning. Because of incompetent senior leaders, and an administration that seemed to be solely focused on exiting Afghanistan; On August 26th, 2021, America lost 13 hero's. The group of service members lost includes 11 Marines, one Army soldier and one member of the Navy. Benjamin's message to the Biden Administration, SAY THEIR NAMES!Marine Corps Lance Cpl. David Espinoza, 20, of Rio Bravo, Tex.Marine Corps Sgt. Nicole Gee, 23, of Roseville, Calif.Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Darin Taylor Hoover, 31, of UtahArmy Staff Sgt. Ryan Knauss, 23, of Corryton, Tenn.Marine Corps Cpl. Hunter Lopez, 22, of Indio, Calif.Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, 20, Jackson, Wyo.Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui, 20, of Norco, Calif.Marine Corps Cpl. Daegan William-Tyeler Page, 23, of OmahaMarine Corps Sgt. Johanny Rosario, 25, Lawrence, Mass.Marine Corps Cpl. Humberto Sanchez, 22, Logansport, Ind.Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared Schmitz, 20, of Wentzville, Mo.Navy Hospital Corpsman Max Soviak, 22, of Berlin Heights, Ohio
Dollar General Announces Plans to Increase Access to Health Care Products & Services, Expanding Health Offerings in Rural Communities Across America Albert Wu, M.D. Joins DG in Newly Created Chief Medical Officer Role -- DG plans to Increase Healthcare Products/Services Access, Expanding Offerings in Rural Communities; Names Albert Wu, M.D. as Chief Medical Officer GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dollar General Corporation (NYSE: DG) today announced the planned expansion of its healthcare offering to continue to meet more of its customers' needs and establish itself as a health destination. Among other things, this will include an increased assortment of cough and cold, dental, nutritional, medical, health aids and feminine hygiene products across many of its Dollar General stores.
In the early 1900s, the Nailling building in Union City, Tenn. was one of the most modern office buildings in the region. While the outside was brick and stone, the interior featured imported tile, beamed ceilings and elaborate fresco flooring. The owner of the building, Dr. W. A. Nailling, operated his office in three rooms of the first floor that was also occupied by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Today, that building is being given new life by David Ring, the great-grandson of Dr. Nailling. In this episode, Ring, who calls Massachusetts home, and real estate developer Ethan Watson-Hogan share more about their vision for the building, historic preservation and how strategic improvements and a long-term plan can lead to expansion and development of entire downtown. This episode is sponsored by Leaders Credit Union.
Kelly Easter wanted to help. Like many Americans, she watched the news in 2020 in dismay at the conditions awaiting unaccompanied migrant children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Easter, a 47-year-old realtor, lives alone in her two bedroom apartment in Nashville, Tenn. “I have the resources. I thought, 'Why not? Let me help,'” she tells TIME. In her research, Easter came across the Unaccompanied Children Program, a program through which the U.S.
In cryptids in the news and other oddities, Kevin discusses the Goatman of Pope Lick Kentucky. Bill covers an incredible account of a Bigfoot encounter as told by a physicist from TN. And some great listener mail from many of you so please join us! Thank you for listening! www.bigfootterrorinthewoods.com Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, Tim Brannon, former Allis-Chalmers territory manager and current president of B&G Equipment, Paris, Tenn., talks with Frank Lessiter about the early days of Allis-Chalmers and shares some memorable stories from the road as he introduced no-till planters to growers around the world.
A new age of flight is taking shape from brilliant engineers who are redefining how lower carbon emissions, minimal noise pollution and reduced maintenance costs can work together. Mark Moore's newest venture, Whisper Aero, is combating busier skyways with a new electric thruster design that reduces noise to a near-imperceptible level. . Moore, a former NASA engineer and Uber Elevate executive, discusses the need for sustainable eVTOL, eCTOL and eSTOL aircraft, how eliminating noise will aid public adoption, and why he decided to set up camp in Crossville, Tenn. . Subscribe to get updates on developments at Whisper Aero. . Like the episode? Drop us a review and follow SAE Tomorrow Today on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us become even better by sending ideas for future guests and topics to firstname.lastname@example.org. . Follow SAE on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Follow host Grayson Brulte on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.
A follow-up to the previous episode with East-Central Region Vice Pres. Roger Miller – in this recording the workers give their inside take on the #KelloggStrike from every location. We hear from: Local 252G, Memphis, Tenn.: Local Vice Pres./Kellogg's Unitizer Operator Kevin Bradshaw Local 50G, Omaha, Neb.: BCTGM Member/Kellogg's Coater Operator Victor Francia Local 3G, Battle Creek, Mich.: Kellogg's Crew Leader Heather Greene & Head Proccessing Operator Donivan Williams Local 374G, Lancaster, Pa.: BCTGM Member/Kellogg's Extruder Operator Andy Johnson Resources from this episode (PDF): 5 Ways to Support the #KelloggStrike Social Media Flyer #KelloggStrike Fact Sheet Picket/Letter-Writing Locations & Strike Funds Featured Music: Never Cross a Picket Line, Billy Bragg
Developing news from LSU and parting ways with Coach O, should Tennessee be punished and how bad. #2 Iowa goes down in a heap and much more. Join the OSG Sports team as we go through a busy week 7 and look ahead to week 8 in College Football.
In 2010, a 911 operator in Germantown, Tenn., received a panicked phone call in which 11 gunshots can be heard. It would take over a week for investigators to connect that call to the disappearance of Lorenzen Wright, a former Memphis Grizzlies and University of Memphis basketball player. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
College football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Sam Adams Octoberfest guest line playing Show Me the Money powered by the sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino. Dave gives his picks against the spread and for point totals for the big SEC games this weekend. Dave breaks down the numbers behind Ole Miss and Tennessee as Lane Kiffin heads back to his old stomping grounds this Saturday.
Jaylan Adams returns to his hometown of Johnson City, Tenn., but the Citadel quarterback's football team is throttled in the second half and drop the game against ETSU, 48-21. PostandCourier.com beat writer Jeff Hartsell and Jon Rawl examine the loss, which sends the Bulldogs to 2-3, 1-1 SoCon. Plus, Citadel basketball coach Duggar Baucom talks about his 2021-22 hoops team at a weekly presser.
Dee Anna Smith, CEO of Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare in Nashville, Tenn., joined the podcast to discuss the ways in which the pandemic has changed the workplace for women, how healthcare executives can empower female leaders and the ideal mentorship model for female leaders.
On October 5th, nearly 1,400 BCTGM members at cereal plants in Battle Creek, Mich., Omaha, Neb., Lancaster, Pa. and Memphis, Tenn. went on STRIKE against the Kellogg Company. In this episode, the lead Union negotiator for their contract – BCTGM East-Central Region Vice President Roger Miller – talks about the complicated sticking points which led an overwhelming 90% of the workers to vote in favor of a strike. Resources from this episode (PDF): 5 Ways to Support the #KelloggStrike Social Media Flyer #KelloggStrike Fact Sheet Picket/Letter-Writing Locations & Strike Funds
For the 100th episode of “Reelfoot Forward,” host Scott Williams welcomes two special guests who were part of the creation of Discovery Park from the beginning. Senior director of education, Polly Brasher, and senior director of exhibits, Jennifer Wildes, recently celebrated ten years with the museum and heritage park. They were there even before the doors were first opened on Nov. 1, 2013 and have experienced firsthand the remarkable growth and success. They've watched millions of children and adults benefit from the big idea of Robert Kirkland and the community of Union City, Tenn., to create a place where inspiration would happen every single day. The stories they share in this episode will be especially meaningful to anyone who is attempting to make something happen they've been told can't be done.
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Don't miss this episode as Travis Reier & Brent Beaird examine the defining games of the Oct 5th weekend and discuss the most compelling topics in the SEC including Ark vs Geo, Auburn vs LSU, Fla vs KY, Miss St vs Texas A&M, Tenn vs Mizzou, Vandy vs UConn, Troy vs So Car, and Ole Miss at Alabama. Grab your popcorn as Brent & Travis discuss:- Is there more to this Georgia Bulldog defense than just talent?; - Feels like Florida's Dan Mullin and the Gators are staying together "for the kids"; -Reveal THE head coach that could bring the "fly-by-the-seat-of-its-pants" LSU Tigers football program full circle from Nick Saban (Hint: ...... it isn't Saban).
Jonathan Lodge is a hunter, conservationist, amateur mycologist and brewer whose love of the great outdoors began as a young boy when he discovered the magic that could be found in the woods around his home in Paris, Tenn. Today, he is still passionate about what we can learn about ourselves and the world around us if we turn off our phones and head outside. He is also co-owner of Perrylodgic Brewing Co., the first and only locally-owned brewery in Paris. In this episode, Lodge shares how he and his business partner, Randall Perry, discovered the fun of making beer then left their jobs to create what is now a successful brewery and family-friendly taproom. Located on the highway headed toward bustling Kentucky Lake on the Tennessee River, they also create gourmet burgers featuring made-in-house sauces, salads, tacos and more. More about Perrylodgic Brewing Co. https://tennesseerivervalleygeotourism.org/entries/perrylodgic-brewing-company/239d8f4a-76e3-4604-8bdc-e0029acf5fcc
As Tennessee corn farmers continue harvesting this year's crop, many are excited about the continued development of the commodity to fuel our engines while at the same time improving our environment. The post Casey's & Tenn. Corn Expanding E15 appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young and Brent Rollins preview week four of SEC football. We begin with a look at SEC statistical leaders and then go around the league game-by-game. The show is brought to you by Lane's BBQ and Conner Grading & Landscaping.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Alex McDonald from PWTorch.com to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers and emails plus two on-site correspondents who attended in Knoxville, Tenn. They discuss whether Vince McMahon is showing he's shaken by AEW beating Raw in demographic ratings two weeks in a row, Big E appearing in the ring with Reigns as a possible Survivor Series preview, the Roman Reigns-Paul Heyman dynamic, how Becky Lynch's attempt to get booed is coming along and what could be next for her after the Bianca Belair feud, Rey Mysterio as the too-intense little league dad, Seth Rollins, Boogs, Extreme Rules hype, the lay of the land for Reigns with three future opponents discussed, and more.
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Photo: Great Battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn.--Jany, 2nd 1863: between the Union Forces, under Genl. Rosecrans, and the Rebel Army under General Bragg #ClassicGaius&Germanicus: August 14, 2021: #Londinium90AD. Gaius and Germanicus weigh how the Roman empire deals with rebel armies like Boudicea's. Michael Vlahos, Johns Hopkins @JHUWorldCrisis https://audioboom.com/posts/7924308-londinium90ad-gaius-and-germanicus-weigh-how-the-roman-empire-deals-with-rebel-armies-like-boud