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Australian news bulletin for Saturday 07 Jan 2023. Read by Selvi - SBS தமிழ் ஒலிபரப்பின் இன்றைய (சனிக்கிழமை 07/01/2023) ஆஸ்திரேலியா குறித்த செய்திகள். வாசித்தவர் செல்வி
LA Clippers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Pick Prediction 1/6/2023 by Tony T. Clippers at Timberwolves—Batum and Wall out for the Clippers. Towns out with Reid and Forbes questionable for Minnesota. McLaughlin is probable. LAC fell to 21-19 with their 122-91 road defeat to the Denver Nuggets. LAC were outrebounded by 16. Clippers shot 37% with 14% from three. Norman Powell off the bench had 13 points and two boards. Terance Mann had 12 points with two assists.
This weeks Talk of Our Towns discusses the upcoming Columbia River Shipwreck Conference at Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria which takes place on February 4, 2023. Guests will be Chris Dewey, Shipwreck Archaeologist and Bruce Jones, Deputy Director of the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
Portland Trailblazers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Pick Prediction 1/4/2023 by Tony T. Trailblazers at Timberwolves—Little and Winslow out for the Trailblazers with Payton questionable. Nurkic probable. Towns and McLaughlin out for the Timberwolves. Reid and Prince questionable. Portland improves to 19-17 after their 135-106 home win to the Detroit Pistons.
Professor Ann Towns of the University of Gothenburg visits the Hayseed Scholar podcast. Professor Towns grew up in Sweden, and was interested in playing music and especially performing classical music as a child. But by the time she was in high school, she wanted to broaden her horizons, and get out of not only her town but Sweden. That led her to Kansas, where she finished high school in an exchange program. She lived outside of a small town, and she reflects on the different contexts in the rural US compared to Sweden - religion, expectations on teenagers, and the social environment of that time and place. She went to Nebraska for undergraduate, and she talks about the classes she took, the music scene in Lincoln, and what she wanted to do after college. Professor Towns traveled to Peru after college, and ended up working for an NGO that helped those who suffered from political violence. She talks about going to the Univ of Minnesota for graduate school, some post-docs she took after her PhD, going on the market and working at the University of Delaware, her experience at the ISA-Northeast Circle in 2009, and then eventually going back to Sweden where she is now. She concludes with how she approaches writing, what she does to decompress, and more!
Denver Nuggets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Pick Prediction 1/2/2023 by Tony T. Nuggets at Timberwolves—Green and Gillespie out for the Nuggets with Murray questionable. McLaughlin, Prince and Towns out for Minnesota. Denver improved to 24-12 after their 123-111 home win to Boston Celtics. Nuggets shot 57% with 57% from three. Nikola Jokic had 30 points and 12 assists.
Late Pope Benedict criticized for not doing enough in abuse cases. Lula begins tenure in Brazil, as Bolsonaro flees to the US. Towns evacuated in Northern California storm. You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill. Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to part two of our vacation destination focus highlighting a few great spots for this upcoming ski season. Raney Kilgore is a mid-term/ short-term host in Keystone, Colorado that I have the privilege to call my landlord for this season. I cannot say enough about Raney or her adorable cabin that is a short 5-10 minute walk to the lifts and a variety of restaurants. We have found great hiking trails right from the front door and enjoyed the short walk to Keystone for a couple hours of great exercise on the slopes. https://www.furnishedfinder.com/members/profile?u=Raney The Landlord Diaries is brought to you by Furnished Finder, where you can list your property for only $99 and no booking fees!
Detroit Pistons vs. Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Pick Prediction 12/31/2022 by Tony T. Pistons at Timberwolves—Diallo, Hayes and Livers out for Detroit. Gobert, McLaughlin, Prince and Towns out for the Timberwolves. Detroit fell to 9-29 with their 132-118 road defeat to the Chicago Bulls. Pistons shot 48% with 44% from three. Jaden Ivey had 22 points and six assists.
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Milwaukee Bucks NBA Pick Prediction 12/30/2022 by Tony T. Timberwolves at Bucks—McLaughlin, Prince and Towns out for the Timberwolves with Anderson questionable. Middleton out for the Bucks with Holiday doubtful. Minnesota drops to 16-19 after their 119.118 road defeat to the New Orleans Pelicans. They were outrebounded by eight. Team shot 51% with 34% from three. Anthony Edwards scored 27 with six rebounds. D'Angelo Russell had 27 with four assists. Minnesota allowed 48% shooting to the Pelicans with 48% from three. T'Wolves couldn't stop Williamson who scored 43.
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. New Orleans Pelicans NBA Pick Prediction 12/28/2022 by Tony T. Timberwolves at Pelicans—Towns, Prince and McLaughlin out for Minnesota with Anderson questionable. Ingram and Liddell out for New Orleans with Jones questionable. Daniels, Murphy and Williamson probable. Minnesota falls to 16-18 after their 113-110 road defeat to Miami Heat.
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Miami Heat NBA Pick Prediction 12/26/2022 by Tony T. Timberwolves at Heat—Towns, Prince and McLaughlin out for the Timberwolves with Anderson questionable. Yurtseven and Dedmon out for Miami. Butler, Adebayo, Halsem and Vincent questionable with Martin probable. Minnesota falls to 16-17 after their 121-109 road defeat to the Boston Celtics.
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Boston Celtics NBA Pick Prediction 12/23/2022 by Tony T. Timberwolves at Celtics—Prince, Towns and McLaughlin out for Minnesota with Gobert and Anderson questionable. Gallinari out for Boston with Smart questionable. Minnesota is 16-16 after their 104-99 home defeat to the Dallas Mavericks. Timberwolves shot 49% with 27% from three. Anthony Edwards had 23 points and five assists. Austin Rivers contributed with 21 and four boards.
An Ennis trader insists there has to be a realisation by Government that in the absence of adequate public transport, there is a dependency on cars. It follows the publication of the updated Climate Action Bill, which includes proposals to limit the amount of parking in areas with lots of public transport to free up more space for other modes of travel. John O'Connor from Custy's Music Shop says while everyone loves the idea of urban re-wilding, it can lead to the asphyxiation of commerciality in places like Ennis. A number of streets in the county have been temporarily pedestrianised and John says this is having a big impact.
On today's show, Dane is joined by Jace Frederick from the Pioneer Press to discuss what has worked in the “one big” look alongside Anthony Edwards, and whether or not that can sustain when it is just Rudy Gobert or Karl-Anthony Towns next to Edwards. Additionally, they discuss how the defensive communication has kept the defense afloat in Gobert's absence. And finally, what the growing impact of Austin Rivers has looked like. — Comparing the Ant-plus-one-big numbers from Reid to Towns to Gobert, and why that might be able to sustain once the main bigs return — How defensive communication has kept the defense afloat in Gobert's absence — Austin Rivers growing impact, and specifically the value of his high quality shot selection Sign up today for a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security at Aura.com/Dane Use Code Dane25 to get 25% off- https://trylgc.com/Dane #ad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (5:11).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra InformationSourcesRelated Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 12-16-22. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of December 19 and December 26, 2022. This episode is the last in a series this year of episodes related to trees and shrubs. MUSIC – ~16 sec – instrumental. That's part of “Fair Meadows and Goodly Tall Trees,” by Timothy Seaman, of Williamsburg, Virginia, on his 2006 album, “Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent.” Across that vast continent, from the Chesapeake Bay to forested western states, people recognize that “goodly tall trees,” as well as shorter trees and shrubs—in woods, parks, yards, and built areas—affect water resources in many important ways. Have a listen to the music for about 30 more seconds and see if you can think of some of those ways. MUSIC - ~30 sec – instrumental. If you thought of tree impacts on water supplies, aquatic habitat, or the physical or chemical quality of water, you're right! Such impacts frequently provide benefits to humans, and those benefits are often called “ecosystem services.” Here are five examples of water-related services that trees provide to human societies. 1. Trees can slow or reduce stormwater runoff by intercepting precipitation, by transpiration (that is, the evaporation of water from leaves), and by increasing infiltration of water into the ground. 2. Trees can improve water quality through reducing sediment inputs to waterways, when they slow runoff speed so that more sediment settles out, and when they hold soil in place at streamsides and in uplands. 3. Trees can also improve water quality through uptake of plant nutrients that otherwise would remain in soil or water; excessive nutrients can degrade aquatic ecosystems and impair groundwater quality. 4. Trees living on shorelines, and woody debris in waterways, provide food, habitat, and temperature regulation for aquatic ecosystems. And 5. Trees can help reduce climate changes, with their many water-related aspects, through the uptake of carbon dioxide in photosynthesis and through reduction of human energy use by shading in hot weather and wind breaks in cold weather. In some cases, though, trees can have water-related impacts that are not positive for humans. For example, tree use of water in some situations can reduce stream flows that provide water supplies, especially in summer; and in western states that depend on snowpack for water supply, trees may either increase or decrease the available snowpack, depending on several factors. Such circumstances remind us that trees exist for their own survival and reproduction, not for human benefit; nevertheless, those long-living, photosynthesizing, woody, and goodly tall beings do provide human beings with irreplaceable benefits. Thanks to Timothy Seaman for permission to use this episode's music, and we close out the episode—and our series on trees and shrubs—with the final 20 seconds of “Fair Meadows and Goodly Tall Trees.” MUSIC - ~22 sec – instrumental. SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment. For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624. Thanks to Stewart Scales for his banjo version of “Cripple Creek” to open and close this episode. In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Virginia Water Radio thanks Kevin McGuire and Stephen Schoenholtz, both of the Virginia Water Resources Research Center and the Virginia Tech Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, for their help with this episode. “Fair Meadows and Goodly Tall Trees (Fingal's Cave),” from the 2006 album “Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent,” is copyright by Timothy Seaman and Pine Wind Music, used with permission. More information about Timothy Seaman is available online at https://timothyseaman.com/en/. This music was used previously by Virginia Water Radio in Episode 354, 2-6-17. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (1 min./11 sec.) of the “Cripple Creek” arrangement/performance by Stewart Scales that opens and closes this episode. More information about Mr. Scales and the group New Standard, with which Mr. Scales plays, is available online at http://newstandardbluegrass.com. IMAGES (Photographs are by Virginia Water Radio.) Trees planted along in riparian (streamside) zone of Stroubles Creek on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Va. (Montgomery County), December 8, 2022.Trees planted beside a stormwater facility on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Va., October 3, 2010.Sycamore trees along the James River in Buchanan, Va. (Botetourt County), December 27, 2008.Tree leaves providing a source of food and habitat for aquatic invertebrate animals in Pandapas Pond in Montgomery County, Va., January 4, 2009.Woody debris in Little Stony Creek in U.S. Forest Service's Cascades Day Use Area in Giles County, Va., July 10, 2014.Trees providing shade, stormwater runoff reduction, and other benefits in downtown Blacksburg, Va., June 13, 2013. EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT WATER-RELATED BENEFITS OF TREES The following information is from the Virginia Department of Forestry, “Benefits of Trees,” online at https://dof.virginia.gov/education-and-recreation/learn-about-education-recreation/benefits-of-tree/, as of 12-19-22. “Trees in Forests: Forests are well known for providing a renewable source of wood products. Some products come from the trees themselves, while others, like mushrooms or medicinal herbs, come from the forested environment. In addition to lumber, paper, and a host of other products, forests provide benefits called ‘ecosystem services,' including filtering air to improve air quality; preventing soil erosion; supplying places for outdoor recreation; providing wildlife and pollinator habitat; sequestering and storing carbon; protecting water quality; offering scenic beauty.” “Trees in Cities and Towns: Trees in urban areas and yards have value, too. Neighborhoods with lots of trees have lower crime rates, less air pollution, lower energy costs, and higher property values than those without trees. Walking among trees can improve health, and even viewing trees through a window can speed patient recovery times.” “Trees in Riparian [Streamside] Areas: Trees in riparian, or streamside, zones provide special ecosystem benefits, including: filtering runoff to remove pesticides, fertilizer, and other chemicals; preventing streambank erosion and keeping sediment out of the stream; shading streams to keep them cool for aquatic organisms; dropping organic matter that serves as food and microhabitat for aquatic organisms; [and slowing] water during storm events....reducing flood potential.” (This image was also including in the Show Notes for Virginia Water Radio Episode 621, 3-21-22, the introductory episode in the series on trees and shrubs.)SOURCESUsed for AudioAlliance for the Chesapeake Bay, “Forests,” online at https://www.allianceforthebay.org/forests/. See also the Alliance's November 29, 2022, blog post about goal of planting 29,000 trees in 2022; and information on their 2022 Volunteer Tree-planting Relay, online at https://www.allianceforthebay.org/2022-volunteer-tree-planting-relay.Center for Watershed Protection, “Trees and Stormwater Runoff,” online at https://www.cwp.org/reducing-stormwater-runoff/. F. Stuart Chapin, III, et al., Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology, Second Edition, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, N.Y, 2011.Chesapeake Bay Program, “Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement,” online at https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/what-guides-us/watershed-agreement. The 2014 Bay Watershed Agreement is online (as a PDF) at https://d18lev1ok5leia.cloudfront.net/chesapeakebay/Chesapeake-Bay-Watershed-Agreement-Amended.pdf; see the “Vital Habitats” section in “Goals and Outcomes” (page 8 of the document) for a statement of the desired “Outcomes” for forest buffers and tree canopy.Vincent Cotrone, “The Role of Trees and Forests in Healthy Watersheds,” Penn State Extension, August 30. 2022, online at https://extension.psu.edu/the-role-of-trees-and-forests-in-healthy-watersheds. Michael Kuhns, “Windbreaks for Energy Conservation,” National Urban and Community Forestry Council, September 10, 2019, online at https://trees-energy-conservation.extension.org/windbreaks-for-energy-conservation/. Colleen Meidt, “USU study finds big trees play a big role in preserving snowpack,” Utah Public Radio, May 5, 2022, online at https://www.upr.org/utah-news/2022-05-05/usu-study-finds-big-trees-play-a-big-role-in-preserving-snowpack. Danielle Rhea, “Benefits of Large Woody Debris in Streams,” Penn State Extension, March 1, 2021, online at https://extension.psu.edu/benefits-of-large-woody-debris-in-streams. Eryn E. Schneider et al., “Tree spatial patterns modulate peak snow accumulation and snow disappearance,” Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 441, pages 9-19, June 1, 2019; accessed through ScienceDirect, online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378112718323776, 12-15-22 (subscription may be necessary for online access). Virginia Department of Forestry:“Benefits of Trees,” online at https://dof.virginia.gov/education-and-recreation/learn-about-education-recreation/benefits-of-tree/;“Benefits of Streamside Forests, online at https://dof.virginia.gov/water-quality-protection/learn-about-water-quality-protection/benefits-of-streamside-forests/;“My Trees Count,” online at https://vdof.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=f41f85765879480cab068547645d9d8e(this Web site has information about tree-planting projects across Virginia). Timothy B. Wheeler and Jeremy Cox, Bay region loses ground in effort to increase urban tree canopy, Bay Journal, October 11, 2022.For Examples of Tree Issues and Efforts in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed &
On today's show, Dane is joined by Britt Robson from MinnPost to attempt to attack the topic of what will happen when Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert return from injury. The Wolves recent play — a 3-game winning streak at the time of our recording — has been stylistically different, most notably in Anthony Edwards' play. How the Wolves are able to reintegrate Towns and Gobert to the roll the Wolves are currently on will come to define this season, and maybe the Gobert trade as a whole. Topics include... — Why the KAT and Gobert reintegration will be equal parts tricky and critical to success — How Edwards and Russell have functioned with Naz Reid at center — Might the Wolves try playing the same schematically once KAT and Gobert return? Specifically, might they try Gobert up in coverage to maintain the fly-around mentality? — The hell of a task that Chris Finch has in front of him — Would you give D'Angelo Russell a one-year, $26M extension today? Sign up today for a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security at Aura.com/Dane Use Code Dane25 to get 25% off- https://trylgc.com/Dane #ad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's show, Dane is joined by Chris Hine from the Star Tribune to discuss the Wolves dropping a franchise-record 150 points against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday night, and specifically the role D'Angelo Russell and Anthony Edwards are playing that fosters greater ball movement. Also plenty of discussion on the difference of how the bigs have been utilized in the absence of Rudy Gobert and Karl-Anthony Towns. — DLo and Ant sharing playmaking duties for profit — DLo's shooting numbers over the last month — The impact of Naz Reid and Nate Knight in the absence of Towns and Gobert — Similarities between this recent stretch to when the Wolves were decimated by COVID about this same time last season Sign up today for a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security at Aura.com/Dane Use Code Dane25 to get 25% off- https://trylgc.com/Dane #ad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, we are putting a new spin on things to highlight a vacation destination spot for this upcoming ski season. Ed Clancy is a mid-term/ short-term host in Park City, Utah. His luxurious condo is sure to please with endless amenities, local favorites at your doorstep and one of Park City's ski lifts right out the front door.You can check out his ski town rental here: https://www.furnishedfinder.com/property/374297_1The Landlord Diaries is brought to you by Furnished Finder, where you can list your property for only $99 and no booking fees!
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As investigators continue to chase leads and more evidence in the investigation into who murdered Kaylee, Ethan, Xana and Maidson, that chase has led them to towns that are near Moscow with reports noting that investigators traveled as far as 24 miles to one location to search for clues. Let's dive in and see what's up! (commercial at 7:45)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.foxnews.com/us/idaho-murders-investigators-traveled-least-24-miles-collect-surveillance-video-related-killings
As investigators continue to chase leads and more evidence in the investigation into who murdered Kaylee, Ethan, Xana and Maidson, that chase has led them to towns that are near Moscow with reports noting that investigators traveled as far as 24 miles to one location to search for clues. Let's dive in and see what's up!(commercial at 7:45)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.foxnews.com/us/idaho-murders-investigators-traveled-least-24-miles-collect-surveillance-video-related-killings
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is the largest in the U.S., covering more than 80 miles of forest, hills and bluffs in Oregon and southwest Washington. Friends of the Columbia Gorge is a conservation nonprofit that was instrumental in getting the federal government to declare the region a National Scenic Area 40 years ago, and has worked to protect its scenic resources which draw roughly two million people a year to recreate there. The organization is also spearheading an ambitious effort to connect communities throughout the gorge in a 200-mile trail loop. The Gorge Towns to Trails initiative aims to “promote alternative transportation options,” reduce congestion at popular trailheads and introduce hikers to less-visited areas of the gorge.Gorge Towns to Trails project manager Renée Tkach joins us to walk a bit of the trail and talk about its progress so far. D'na Chase, a Cherokee Nation tribal member and land trustee with Friends of the Columbia Gorge, shares her vision for engaging the gorge's many Indigenous communities in projects like Towns to Trails.
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The North GA Blue: Getting into Good Trouble podcast covers democratic politics in North GA, the 9th Congressional District, and across the state of Georgia. The podcast is in Q&A/Interview format with various democratic politicos including county chairs, democratic operatives, politicians, and more. It is our mission to deliver crucial information to our listeners in a timely manner as we fight for community values and principles in the 3rd most Conservative district in the state. Our website is: https://www.fcdpga.com/podcastsOur guests highlight democratic activities and actions to work toward a Blue Georgia. The 9th Congressional District spans 20 counties across the region and covers a good deal of northern GA including Blue Ridge, Morganton, Fannin, Union, Banks, Athens/Clarke, Dawson, Elbert, Forsyth, Franklin, Gilmer, Habersham, Hall, Hart, Jackson, Lumpkin, Madison, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, and White counties. Our democratic party podcast also disseminates information and interviews powerful Democrats across the state of GA working to overthrow the suppression tactics of the GOP and ensure democracy and our values, grassroots efforts, and goals remain intact. #podcasts #politicalpodcasts #democraticpolitics #democraticparty #stateofga #democraticactivism, #democraticgrassroots #community #gademocraticparty #georgiademocrats #democraticpodcasts #bestdemocraticpodcasts #GAPOL #ClimateChange #freedemocraticpodcasts #deepdemocracypodcasts #gademocrats #democracy #republic #democraticpodcastslisten #fightthegop #votersuppression #voterrights #bluestates #redstates #podcastsdemocraticpolitics #grassrootsactivism #climatechange #environment #9thCongressionalDistrict #9thcongressionaldistrictchairs #ruraldemocrats #racialequity #racism #RacialEquity #POC #politicalactivist #racialjustice #equity #RaisingtheWage #GAMinimumWage #MinimumWage #education #diversity #inclusion #workingtorestoredemocracy #voterrights #democraticoperative #localpolitics #countypolitics #statepolitics #politicalraces #voterturnout #redistricting #gerrymandering #votersuppression #voterrights #politicalhistory #gapol #ruralrevival #ruraloutreach #DemocraticPartyofGA #DPG #EconomicJustice #democraticgoals #democraticcharacter #democraticvalues #democraticintegrity #TurnGABlue #Transparancy #GADems #gapol #BestDemocratPodcast #Ethics #Integrity #ElectingDemocrats #LocalElections #CountyElections #StatewideElectionsGA #NationalElections #Healthcare #SocialJustice #EconomicJustice #EnvironmentalJustice #UnderservedPopulations #BlackCommunities #HispanicCommunities #LatinoCommunities #BlackandBrownPeople #RacialEquity #RacialJustice #LGBTQ+ #GayRights #CivilRights #Advocacy #PoliticalAdvocacy #Activist #ProChoice #Immigration #MedicaidforAll #ACA #GunReform #ObamaCare #Education #VoterRights #ProChoice #WomensRights #DemocraticCandidates #AtlantaGA #GALTGovernor #ProgressivePolicies #ElectProgessiveWomen #Healthcare #EconomicSecurity #CriminalJusticeReform #Equity #Equality #Education #VotingRights #GASB202 #ProgressiveWomen #Unions #JohnLewisVotingRightsAdvancementAct #FreedomToVoteAct #VoterSupressionGA #VoterSuppression #VotingRestrictions #CivilRightsViolations #VotingAttacks #VoterSupression #CommunityOrganizer #Diversity #Inclusion #Policy #Action #BlackWomen #BlackandBrownPeople #POC #UnderservedPopulations #PoliticalActivist #ElectProgressiveWomen #ProChoiceWomen #ProChoice #WomenSupportingWomen #ERA #ReproductiveJustice #Education #GunLaws #ProChoiceDemocrats #ProgressivePublicPolicy #ZaeBrewer #GenZ #GenZActivist #YoungDemocrats #CollegeDemocrats #GAYoungDemocrats #NAACP #Equity #Fairness #Elections #GenZVotes #Midterms #RuralPolitics #gapol #Georgia #GenZIssues #GenZMatters #LocalPolitics #RegionalPolitics #GAStatewidePolitics #DemocraticActivism #KSUSupport the show
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On today's show, Dane is joined by Britt Robson from MinnPost to discuss Britt's most recent column on what Kyle Anderson has brought to Minnesota in his first year with the Wolves. A conversation about Anderson naturally transitions into a conversation about who the Wolves have become in Karl-Anthony Towns' absence, as Anderson has replaced Towns in the starting lineup. And that all ties into the Wolves last three games against Utah and twice against Portland. Topics include... — Kyle Anderson's fit on this roster, specifically as it connects to Rudy Gobert — The role Anderson has played in D'Angelo Russell's game leveling up of late — The things the Wolves have consistently been in consistent in this season, with KAT or without KAT — Needing more consistency from Jaden McDaniels and Anthony Edwards — And much more Sign up today for a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security at Aura.com/Dane Use Code Dane25 to get 25% off- https://trylgc.com/Dane #ad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kris created and runs what I consider one of the top sites online. It has influenced my behavior and expectations to enjoy living more sustainably, including unplugging my fridge, which led to unplugging my apartment, and start seeing that solar and wind aren't sustainable any more, though we could make them more so.I've looked forward to connecting with Kris for years. In our conversation, he shares his transition from reporting on new technologies for others for pay to reporting on technology from the view of improving life and how we keep losing the purpose of technology helping us.He also shares how he lives by the values he writes about, or writes about the values he lives, showing integrity and credibility lacking in most people working on sustainability or technology, also understanding from hands-on experience the systemic effects that Silicon Valley and political types misunderstand nearly every time.Low Tech Magazine: Low-tech Magazine underscores the potential of past and often forgotten technologies and how they can inform sustainable energy practices.Some articles that influenced me or I enjoyed:Vietnam's Low-tech Food System Takes Advantage of Decay (this article led me to unplug my fridge, which led me to unplug my apartment)How Much Energy Do We Need?Fruit Walls: Urban Farming in the 1600sUrban Fish Ponds: Low-tech Sewage Treatment for Towns and CitiesMany moreNo Tech Magazine: We believe in progress and technology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello and welcome to today's show notes! Kind of you to stop by! You look great today! Are you doing something different with your hair? Whatever it is I love it! I have 3 great guests joining me today so please show your support with a paid subscription if you haven't already! Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 740 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls. At about 15 mins I start with Jeff Sharlet Pre Order Jeff's new book The Undertow: Scenes from a Slow Civil War Jeff Sharlet is a journalist and bestselling author or editor of seven books, including The Family, the basis for a 2019 Netflix documentary series, The Family, of which he is executive producer. His most recent book, combining image and text, is This Brilliant Darkness: A Book of Strangers. "Gorgeous," says The New York Times, "[t]he book ingeniously reminds us that all of our lives — our struggles, desires, grief — happen concurrently with everyone else's, and this awareness helps dissolve the boundaries between us." Sharlet's other books include Sweet Heaven When I Die, C Street, and, with Peter Manseau, Killing the Buddha, and two edited volumes, Radiant Truths, and (with Manseau) Believer, Beware. His writing on Russia's anti-LGBTQ crusade earned the National Magazine Award for Reporting, and his writing on anti-LGBT campaigns in Uganda earned the Molly Ivins Prize and the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission's Outspoken Award, among others. He has also been the recipient of numerous fellowships from the MacDowell Colony. Sharlet is an editor-at-large for VQR, a contributing editor for Harper's and Rolling Stone, and a contributor to publications including The New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, GQ, Esquire, Mother Jones, Bookforum, and others. At Dartmouth College, he is the publisher of 40 Towns and a member of the Society of Fellows. At 51 minutes I begin with Aaron David Miller Aaron David Miller is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, focusing on U.S. foreign policy. He has written five books, including his most recent, The End of Greatness: Why America Can't Have (and Doesn't Want) Another Great President (Palgrave, 2014) and The Much Too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace (Bantam, 2008). He received his PhD in Middle East and U.S. diplomatic history from the University of Michigan in 1977. Between 1978 and 2003, Miller served at the State Department as an historian, analyst, negotiator, and advisor to Republican and Democratic secretaries of state, where he helped formulate U.S. policy on the Middle East and the Arab-Israel peace process, most recently as the senior advisor for Arab-Israeli negotiations. He also served as the deputy special Middle East coordinator for Arab-Israeli negotiations, senior member of the State Department's policy planning staff, in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, and in the office of the historian. He has received the department's Distinguished, Superior, and Meritorious Honor Awards. Miller is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and formerly served as resident scholar at the Georgetown Center for Strategic and International Studies. He has been a featured presenter at the World Economic Forum and leading U.S. universities. Between 2003 and 2006 he served as president of Seeds of Peace, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering young leaders from regions of conflict with the leadership skills required to advance reconciliation and coexistence. From 2006 to 2019, Miller was a public policy scholar; vice president for new initiatives, and director of the Middle East program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Miller is a global affairs analyst for CNN. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Politico, Foreign Policy, USAToday, and CNN.com. He is a frequent commentator on NPR, BBC, and Sirius XM radio. At 1:07 I start with Eric J. Segall graduated from Emory University, Phi Beta Kappa 27 and summa cum laude, and from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the research editor for the Law Review and member of Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Chief Judge Charles Moye Jr. for the Northern District of Georgia, and Albert J. Henderson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After his clerkships, Segall worked for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining the Georgia State faculty in 1991. Segall teaches federal courts and constitutional law I and II. He is the author of the books Originalism as Faith and Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is not a Court and its Justices are not Judges. His articles on constitutional law have appeared in, among others, the Harvard Law Review Forum, the Stanford Law Review On Line, the UCLA Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, and Constitutional Commentary among many others. Segall's op-eds and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the LA Times, The Atlantic, SLATE, Vox, Salon, and the Daily Beast, among others. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and France 24 and all four of Atlanta's local television stations. He has also appeared on numerous local and national radio shows. Listen and Subscribe to Eric's Podcast Supreme Myths and follow him on Tik Tok! Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
Dear friend of the program Fred Katz joins the show to talk about a few different topics. Our plan is to start with a quick word on the Al Horford extension, talk a bit about Jayson Tatum's incredible run. We also give a brief MVP Power Ranking. Then, we want to dive into the Knicks, and just try to figure out what exactly they are? What are they doing? What is their plan here moving forward? Then we'll get into a couple quick things, and talk Karl Towns' injury and how that impacts Minnesota. Time Stamps: -Open is an Al Horford Appreciation following his extension: 0-12:00 -Jayson Tatum and MVP Power Rankings: 12:00-31:00 -Knicks: 31:00-1:06:00 -Towns Out, Timberwolves Outlook: 1:06:00-end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Minnesota Timberwolves -- led by Anthony Edwards -- dominated the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night, as Karl-Anthony Towns sat out with a calf strain. Phil Mackey and Kyle Theige ask the uncomfortable question: Are the Timberwolves better without Towns? Are we dealing with Bill Simmons' Patrick Ewing Theory here? Mackey thinks KAT may need to take on a complementary role, much like Kevin Love did when he left the Wolves 10 years ago. Plus, a breakout performance by Jaylen Nowell, Kyle and Phil Read the Comments and more!