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    Jeremy Knows
    JK ep. 191 - Updates in Transit

    Jeremy Knows

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 0:05


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    StarTalk Radio
    A Key & A Kite: StarTalk Live! With Benjamin Franklin

    StarTalk Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 64:05


    How does lightning work? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck break down the legendary science and inventions of Benjamin Franklin, live with chief editor of The Benjamin Franklin Papers, Ellen Cohn and Benjamin Franklin himself!NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/a-key-a-kite-startalk-live-with-benjamin-franklin/Thanks to our Patrons Andrew Herron, Bhargava Kandada, and Mark Roop for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Hansueli Krapf, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

    1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
    A Judge Has Blocked NYC From Granting Voting Rights To Non-Citizens, The Monkeypox Vaccine Clinic In Chelsea Isn't Making Any More Appointments Until They Receive Additional Vaccines, Governor Hochul Signed A New Law That Will Make Assaulting A Transit W

    1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:24


    The Start
    Feeling Quite Ducky!

    The Start

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 65:53


    Stormy weather // transit safety // Bomber game day! (1:40); Times we see people in unexpected places / context (8:15); Transit safety as growing number of shelters smashed (14:30); When Will Dale Hawerchuk Statue be unveiled?? (22:05); Burnout from lack of staff...customers increasingly complaining about costs, what are grocery store workers seeing? (28:50); Blue Bomber Preview! Derek Taylor (36:40); Gab with Gabby! (47:40); Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade // winning text on weird encounters (55:15); Jupiter apparently EATS other planets! (58:45).  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Charlottesville Community Engagement
    June 23, 2022: Public can weigh in tonight on Regional Transit Vision; Fluvanna and Greene Supervisors were briefed last week

    Charlottesville Community Engagement

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:45


    Do you have milk? Do you have the grain? Grab a pot and find a stove, and it’s time to celebrate National Porridge Day! Each and every day there are so many things to celebrate, such as today’s honoring of Women in Engineering Day. However, this 399th edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement is not being faithful to National Typewriter Day as it is composed on an abacus. On today’s program:The Thomas Jefferson Planning District takes the Regional Transit Vision to Fluvanna and Greene countiesAlbemarle County reports on an eviction diversion program And a brief update on the ongoing COVID-19 situation First shout-out is for LEAP’s new Thermalize Virginia program In today’s first Patreon-fueled shout-out: Have you been thinking of converting your fossil-fuel appliances and furnaces into something that will help the community reduce its greenhouse gas emissions? Your local energy nonprofit, LEAP,  has launched a new program to guide you through the steps toward electrifying your home. Thermalize Virginia will help you understand electrification and connect you with vetted contractors to get the work done and help you find any rebates or discounts. Visit thermalizeva.org to learn more and to sign up!  COVID-19 update Today the Virginia Department of Health reports another 3,085 cases of COVID-19 with a seven-day positive result percentage of 17.4. The trends for both metrics are heading down, but Dr. Costi Sifri of the University of Virginia Health System said that could change. “I actually think we’re sort of at a plateau where we’re seeing continued transmission in the community,” Dr. Sifri said. “My sense is that it’s not increasing but it is has been at a fairly consistent level now for the last several weeks or maybe even up to a month.” The big news in the past week has been federal approval of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for children under the age of five but older than six months. “The doses that are used for these young pediatric vaccines is dose-reduced so when Pfizer and Moderna trialed these vaccines they made sure to use a lower dose for the reasons of wanting to make sure it was safe,” Dr. Sifri said. New versions of the mRNA vaccines are being developed to address newer strains. “That is being looked at right now this month by the [Food and Drug Advisory Committee],” Dr. Sifri said. “So at the heart of the question is do we need a reformulation or a coformulation of the COVID vaccines to account for Omicron?” The Blue Ridge Health District will begin their administration of the vaccines to children at a clinic from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Charlottesville/Albemarle Health Department at 1138 Rose Hill Drive. They’ll also be on site at Tonsler Park on Cherry Avenue from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. check the Blue Ridge Health District’s website. Albemarle and LAJC have teamed up to prevent evictionsAlbemarle County and the Legal Aid Justice Center helped prevent 158 evictions in a pilot program that ran from December to this May. Albemarle County sent out a press release this morning announcing the results. "Many rent-relief programs are phasing out, yet there remain many Albemarle families still deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic,” Supervisor Chair Donna Price is quoted in the release. “Low-income households have not recovered as quickly, and programs such as this provide additional stability for households continuing to face financial hardships, using federal relief dollars to fund legal services and to provide wrap-around support.”Albemarle committed $200,000 from its share of the American Rescue Act Plan to the project. The Legal Aid Justice Center is being paid for legal counsel for households that qualify.“The program requires consideration for the impacts of contesting evictions on landlords who own less than three units and prioritizes mitigation efforts to secure outstanding funds for landlords while keeping families housed,” the release continues. The program will continue through June 2023. Second shout-out goes to Camp AlbemarleToday’s second subscriber-supported public service announcement goes out to Camp Albemarle, which has for sixty years been a “wholesome rural, rustic and restful site for youth activities, church groups, civic events and occasional private programs.”Located on 14 acres on the banks of the Moorman’s River near Free Union, Camp Albemarle continues as a legacy of being a Civilian Conservation Corps project that sought to promote the importance of rural activities. Camp Albemarle seeks support for a plan to winterize the Hamner Lodge, a structure built in 1941 by the CCC and used by every 4th and 5th grade student in Charlottesville and Albemarle for the study of ecology for over 20 years. If this campaign is successful, Camp Albemarle could operate year-round. Consider your support by visiting campalbemarleva.org/donate. Public meeting tonight for Regional Transit Vision planThe final public meeting for the development of a Regional Transit Vision will be held tonight in an online format. The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is overseeing the study, which seeks to come up with an aspirational document for enhanced public transportation throughout the entire Charlottesville area including Buckingham County.The draft document has gone before the Charlottesville City Council and the Albemarle Board of Supervisors, as I’ve reported. But the Regional Transit Vision also has been to the outlying counties. Last week, Boards of Supervisors in both Fluvanna County and Greene County had a briefing. “It started in the summer of 2021 with assessing the situation,” said Lucinda Shannon, a planner with the TJPDC. The $350,000 study was conducted by the firms AECOM and Jarrett Walker + Associates.“So they looked at the existing systems, they looked at the land use planning, and the transit market potential for the entire region and kind of assessed where would be good places for transit to be,” Shannon said. “They also worked with the public and identified goals and visions for the region plan and priorities for what this community wants to see in a vision plan.”All of that engagement was done online, as the study got underway during the pandemic. Tonight’s meeting is also virtual. The work has resulted in a constrained plan that would be paid for through new tax powers granted to a Regional Transportation Authority, as well as an unconstrained plan that did not factor how the expanded transit service would be paid for. For a sense of scale, the constrained plan would have an annual cost estimate of $26 million whereas the unconstrained plan would be $70 million a year. The unconstrained plan would mean buses operating at full service, seven days a week, including fixed-route service between Ruckersville between Charlottesville. “All day fixed-route service from Ruckersville to Charlottesville would add services to three percent of residents and it would also reach 11 percent more jobs in the county,” Shannon said. One Supervisor asked if the plan includes one item he would like to see. “Does it include light rail? Does it include those kinds of things?” asked Steve Bowman of the Monroe District. “Because I’ve always thought that down U.S. 29 would be an ideal place to put a light rail all the way down.” The TJDPC previously studied light rail in a 2004 report that looked at the future of passenger rail service in Virginia. By the time a few years later when there was discussion of a Regional Transit Authority, that vision had been reduced to something called bus rapid transit. Shannon said the consultants in the new vision have included that in their recommendation.“I think that what they want to is propose things that the community will accept and can be funded so right now they are proposing a Bus Rapid Transit up and down Route 29 so there would be service up to the airport so from Charlottesville on U.S. 29 on up to the airport with 15 minute service,” Shannon said. Greene Supervisors did not have a long discussion of the matter.  The next day, Shannon made the trip to Palmyra to speak to the Fluvanna Board of Supervisors about the plan. “So this is a collaborative effort to evaluate and establish a clear long term vision  for transit in our region, and not just the city,” Shannon said. “And it’s kind of like all of the things we’d like to buy and then the next study that we’re hoping to do is a transit governance study that would start in July.” Shannon gave more details on what the “unconstrained” vision means.“The unconstrained vision we wanted to be ambitious and creative and come up with what we could do if there was no budget and there was no fund limit on funding for that concept,” Shannon said. As stated above, that would mean 60-minute fixed-route service to Charlottesville from surrounding population clusters. “These routes would go to Scottsville, Crozet, Lovingston, Palmyra, Louisa, and Ruckersville seven days a week,” Shannon said. One Supervisor said that would be an improvement for Fluvanna residents who currently use the public transit that’s available. “Right now people going to the city on Jaunt to the doctor’s office have to stay all day until Jaunt comes back to pick them up,” said Supervisor Mozelle Booker of the Fork Union District. Supervisor Tony O’Brien of the Rivanna District supported the concept of expanded transit.“I love the idea of expanding rural transportation,” O’Brien said. “So critical not just for the environment but also for those who are constrained by their finances and or ability to drive. So anything we can do to make it better for people to be able to access other areas of Central Virginia I think is wonderful.” Shannon said the details of how to implement the vision will come during the governance study. “We will be engaging you again once the governance study starts and our objective for the governance study is to really work with all the counties and be inclusive and come up with a plan for the funding of the services that works for all the counties, both urban and rural together,” Shannon said. Tonight is your chance to weigh in at a meeting that begins at 6:30 p.m. tonight.  Details of both visions and a link to the meeting are availaleYou can also take a survey on the topic. Have you done so yet? Let me know in the comments. (take the survey)Comments will be taken through July 15. Previous coverage:Regional transit vision may suggest resumption of Regional Transit Authority foundation, December 14, 2021Regional transit vision update, May 20, 2022Partnership briefed on potential vision for regional transit, June 1, 2022Albemarle and Charlottesville officials weigh in on regional transit, June 14, 2022Support the program!There’s a lot of information in this installment of this program, which is the 397th edition of the program. About a quarter of you are paying something to help keep Town Crier Productions in business. I have never been a very good salesperson, and won’t overly pitch.But, if you are benefiting from this newsletter and the information in it, please consider some form of support. I am not a nonprofit organization and most of my time is spent in putting the newsletter together, which includes producing the podcast.Supporting the program through a Substack contribution or through Patreon makes it very easy for me to get paid and every single dollar that I get makes me want to work that much harder to serve the community. In just under two years, I’ve produced hundreds of stories that seek to give you information about how decisions are made in our community and in the Commonwealth of Virginia.For more information on all of this, please visit the archive site Information Charlottesville to learn more, including how you too can get a shout-out! Thank you for reading, and please share with those you think might want to learn a few thing or two about what’s happening. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

    TUNE IN
    From Combative Mental Unrest to Self Assured Confidence

    TUNE IN

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 18:01


    This is a reading for the taurus moon transit // or whenever you listen to it in divine timing. Xoxox  

    Autoline Daily - Video
    AD #3352 - EV Raw Material Costs = 2X ICE; $4,500 Union EV Incentive Officially Dead; Ford's 2,000 HP Transit Van

    Autoline Daily - Video

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:09


    - Tesla Loses Billions on New Plants, Of Course - Musk Says Tesla May Start Advertising - Raw Material Costs for EV = 2X ICE - $4,500 Union EV Incentive Officially Dead - IndyCar Eats Up 25,000 Firestones A Year - Ford's 2,000 HP Transit Van - Cadillac Celestiq Interior Teaser - Infiniti Starts Free Maintenance Program - Honda CR-V Interior Teasers - CATL Qilin Battery Boasts Fast Charge Time

    Autoline Daily
    AD #3352 - EV Raw Material Costs = 2X ICE; $4,500 Union EV Incentive Officially Dead; Ford's 2,000 HP Transit Van

    Autoline Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:09


    - Tesla Loses Billions on New Plants, Of Course- Musk Says Tesla May Start Advertising- Raw Material Costs for EV = 2X ICE- $4,500 Union EV Incentive Officially Dead- IndyCar Eats Up 25,000 Firestones A Year- Ford's 2,000 HP Transit Van- Cadillac Celestiq Interior Teaser- Infiniti Starts Free Maintenance Program- Honda CR-V Interior Teasers- CATL Qilin Battery Boasts Fast Charge Time

    The CGAI Podcast Network
    Energy Security Cubed: The Challenge of Zero Emissions Transit

    The CGAI Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:00


    On this episode of the Energy Security Cubed Podcast, Kelly Ogle discusses the different roads to zero emissions transit with Dr. Josipa Petrunic. Guest Bios: - Josipa Petrunic is President and CEO of the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) Host Bio: - Kelly Ogle is the CEO of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute What is Josipa Reading? The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12296.The_Scarlet_Letter Recording Date: May 27, 2022 Energy Security Cubed is part of the CGAI Podcast Network. Follow the Canadian Global Affairs Institute on Facebook, Twitter (@CAGlobalAffairs), or on LinkedIn. Head over to our website at www.cgai.ca for more commentary. Produced by Joe Calnan. Music credits to Drew Phillips.

    The DJ Sessions
    Jesse Rhys Cannon on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 6/22/22

    The DJ Sessions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:57


    Jesse Rhys Cannon on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 6/22/22   About Jesse Rhys Cannon -   I somehow got my first work being paid in the music business when I was 15. Since then I've managed to work in nearly every facet of the music business. If a stranger happens to know who I am, they usually know me from being lucky enough to have worked on records in various capacities with bands like The Cure, Animal Collective, The Misfits, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Brand New, Limp Bizkit, Man Overboard, Somos, Basement, Kevin Devine, Weird Al Yankovic, NOFX and The Menzingers.    I'm also known for writing the book Get More Fans: The DIY Guide To The New Music Business, which has gone on to be one of the most popular books on the music business as well as the best selling book on creativity in music Processing Creativity: The Tools, Practices And Habits Used To Make Music You're Happy With. I also host two podcasts, Off The Record and Noise Creators and write articles on the music business for various sites like Alternative Press and Party Smasher Inc. along with a handful of others.   But that doesn't explain how I got to do all of that and that's what I'm supposed to explain here. When I was 15 I started to get paid for doing live sound at concerts and spoken word events. Two years later, a hilarious and fun guy by the name of Stork liked my mixes and invited me to engineer live performances at the world-renowned freeform radio station WFMU. There I was lucky enough to work for 9 years recording acts like The Magnetic Fields, Spoon, The Sea and The Cake, Olivia Tremor Control and a couple hundred others. Because of this I started doing live sound at local clubs The Pipeline and Connections. In time, I started booking shows for the company that booked those clubs and the legendary Coney Island High in NYC. Somewhere in this time I got my first credit on a record singing back up vocals on a song with Joey & Dee Dee Ramone, which I still question if I've ever topped.    Those jobs gave me enough courage to put on my own concerts, and be crazy enough to think I knew what I was doing enough to start recording local bands. But all of this would happen at night, so I needed a day job. I then started working at my local punk record store (Let It Rock), which then qualified me to work at Soapbox Records on St. Marks Place in NYC. This was great since it also housed esteemed indie label Go-Kart Records where I ran the record store and did publicity. While I love marketing, PR is way too social for me and I preferred talking to creative people instead of cranky zine editors. I was also writing for the esteemed zines of the day like Tape Op, Punk Planet and Maximum RockNRoll. So I decided to stop doing live sound and working at record labels in order to focus on record production. My boss at Go Kart was kind enough to give me a recommendation to Alan Douches at West West Side Music, who happens to be the engineer with the most credits in all of music history.   At West West Side I got to learn how to engineer and master from the best in the business. Not only did I get to work under Alan's amazing talent, the best producers in the business were coming by every day (J. Robbins, John Agnello, Brian McTernan) as well as the coolest bands around seemed to walk in the door every day (Fatboy Slim, Fall Out Boy, LCD Soundsystem, Brand New). In that time, I met Steve Evetts (one of my favorite producers growing up) and got to work with him on great records by The Dillinger Escape Plan, Senses Fail, Saves The Day and Say Anything. He then brought me to work with Ross Robinson (my other favorite producer growing up) and I got to work with The Cure & Limp Bizkit among others under him.   While all that was happening, two other significant parts of the story happened. I harnessed my own production skills and they became so in demand I started my own studio Cannon Found Soundation, which I still run to this day working with hundreds of bands a year. In that time these two interests collided and I decided to start a blog on the things other blogs weren't writing about in music and wanted to show all the secrets being hidden since that's the most punk thing you can do and punk is the closest thing I have to a religion.   This blog became Musformation, a blog I continued through 2015, when I decided to diversify my writing across sites with bigger audiences. The blog's music business articles seemed to be very popular and really resonated, so I decided to go with it. I started helping and then managing the two most promising bands I was producing — Man Overboard and Transit, so I could experiment with the ideas I was writing about. These ideas turned out to be right and both signed with one of the biggest indies in the world (Rise Records) and built massive fan bases under my watch.   That was fun and all, but managing and producing records full-time do not mix. So those bands went their way and I kept producing records. A lot of bands asked me to manage them, but I like sleep and hate stress so I decided against that option. I instead put out my book Get More Fans, so every band could learn everything I did working with them and researching the new music business. Because of that book I got a reputation for knowing music tech, which led me to getting approached to do the podcast, Off The Record and form Noise Creators, a service I co-founded that helps connect musicians with the best producers in music today. I now host Atlantic Records Inside The Album where I make audio documentaries on the creative processes of some of the best artists in music like Dashboard Confessional, nothing.nowhere, Jason Mraz and Vance Joy.    In 2017 I released Processing Creativity to much praise, I am presently working on a bunch of conversations I want to have on how we change the way people create music to reflect when creative science says enhances creativity. I am trying to change the way records are made and always looking for bands who are interested in doing something new and interesting. I am presently producing, mixing and mastering records 7 days a week and developing a documentary.   In 2019 I relaunched Musformation as a YouTube channel to start distributing the knowledge I've acquired to a new audience. As well I relaunched MusforMGMT where I am handling marketing and label services to established artists.   In 2020 I took on production duties for the hit podcast The Daily Beast's The New Abnormal as well as their other fantastic podcasts Fever Dreams & The Last Laugh. In 2021 I opened Podstream Studios a live streaming & podcast studio in the heart of Times Square as well as Brooklyn Recording Paradise Brooklyn's most enjoyable recording environment.   About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception.  The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Miri Ben-Ari, Plastik Funk, Arty, Party Shirt, Superstar DJ Keoki, Robert Babicz, Jens Lissat, Martin Eyerer, Alex Bau, Elohim, Hausman, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, Jerry Davila, Shlomi Aber, The Space Brothers, Dave Winnel, Cuebrick, Protoculture, Chris Drifter, Artento Divini, Jarod Glawe, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, Mimosa, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Distinct, Sarah Main, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, Patricia Baloge, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Kissy Sell Out, Khag3, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, DJ Ruby, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Dyro, Andy Caldwell, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus). About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.

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    WDR 5 Morgenecho
    Russland und Baltikum: "Immer wieder Einmischung"

    WDR 5 Morgenecho

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:54


    Litauen sperrt den Transitweg von Russland in die Enklave Kaliningrad für sanktionierte Güter. Der Ton aus Moskau wird schärfer. Russland habe in den letzten Jahren immer wieder angezweifelt, ob die Unabhängigkeit des Baltikums rechtens gewesen sei, sagt Osteuropahistoriker David Feest. Von WDR 5.

    The Pipeline
    Triggered with Cory Morgan. Calgary' addict laden transit emergency won't go away

    The Pipeline

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 74:44


    Cory rants on Calgary's city council and its refusal to take the transit crisis seriously.  WS BC reporter Reid Small on BC news issues.  Colin Craig of Second Street on municipal climate hypocrisy and survivors of socialism. 

    Newshour
    Russia warns Lithuania over transit blockade

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:54


    Russia has threatened Lithuania with serious consequences over a ban on the transport of some goods through the Baltic state to the Russian territory of Kaliningrad. Also in the programme: the UN has been accused of covering up abuse and corruption within its ranks; plus, the sinking fortunes of Hong Kong's eye-catching floating restaurant. (Photo: Kaliningrad port. Credit: Reuters)

    Global News Podcast
    Russia threatens Lithuania over Kaliningrad transit ban

    Global News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 25:00


    Moscow reacted to ban on using Lithuanian railways to send sanctioned goods to Kaliningrad. Also: South Korea sends first satellite with locally-produced rocket into orbit, and Nobel Peace Prize medal raises 100 million dollars for Ukrainian refugees.

    Informationen am Mittag Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk

    Litauen blockiert unter Verweis auf EU-Sanktionen den Transit bestimmter Güter durch ihr Staatsgebiet in die russische Exklave Kaliningrad. Nun droht die russische Regierung mit Gegenmaßnahmen. In der Ostukraine machen die Truppen des Kremls weiter nur geringe Geländegewinne – die Kämpfe gehen entlang der Frontlinie unvermindert weiter.Rother, Frederikwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MittagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

    Informationen am Morgen - Deutschlandfunk

    Litauen blockiert unter Verweis auf EU-Sanktionen den Transit bestimmter Güter durch ihr Staatsgebiet in die russische Exklave Kaliningrad. Nun droht die russische Regierung mit Gegenmaßnahmen. In der Ostukraine machen die Truppen des Kremls weiter nur geringe Geländegewinne – die Kämpfe gehen entlang der Frontlinie unvermindert weiter.Rother, Frederikwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MittagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

    Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk
    Eingeschränkter Transit nach Kaliningrad - Russland droht Litauen

    Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 3:01


    Rother, Frederikwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Europa heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

    WBUR News
    Transit advocate weighs in on looming MBTA service changes

    WBUR News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 5:10


    Starting Monday the MBTA will cut back how often trains run on the Red, Orange and Blue lines in response to safety concerns raised by the Federal Transit Administration.

    880 Extras
    Eric Adams to make adjustments to transit policing

    880 Extras

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 2:28


    WCBS reporter Steve Burns breaks down Mayor Adams' plan

    Voice of San Diego Podcast
    How SANDAG's Transit Tax Died

    Voice of San Diego Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 39:49


    Over the next eight years, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) needed to pass three different tax increases. These increases would fund the grandest of their plans to improve transportation for the whole region and update the ways we get around, large and small. But this week, the first of those three initiatives failed. And it failed fast. We review what happened and why. Plus: Graduations. Big hopes for big buildings on the coast. And the latest election results. Join our fundraising campaign and support the show: vosd.org/give See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Sternengeschichten
    Sternengeschichten Folge 499: Das astronomische Wissen der Tiere

    Sternengeschichten

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 10:26


    HINWEIS: Am 24. Juni 2022 feiern wir die 500. Folge der Sternengeschichten. In Wien, auf der Arenawiese im Prater, ab 17 Uhr. Kommt gerne und bringt auch gerne was mit. Mehr Infos gibt es in den Shownotes. Was sehen Tiere, wenn sie nachts zum Himmel schauen? Erkennen sie die Sterne? Wer sich im Tierreich für die Astronomie interessiert, erfahrt ihr in der neuen Folge der Sternengeschichten. Wer den Podcast finanziell unterstützen möchte, kann das hier tun: Mit PayPal (https://www.paypal.me/florianfreistetter), Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/sternengeschichten) oder Steady (https://steadyhq.com/sternengeschichten)

    Bill Handel on Demand
    The Bill Handel Show - 9a - Medical News with Dr. Jim Keany and the 2028 Olympics Bring Hope for LA Transit

    Bill Handel on Demand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:19


    Bill Handel brings on Dr. Jim Keany, Co-Director of the ER at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, to talk about the COVID vaccine for kids under 5, the strength of COVID immunity and the CDC issuing new guidance on monkeypox symptoms. 2028 could fuel a transit boom for Los Angeles with the Olympics coming into town. And 'Disney adults' are online punching bags; What makes them so happy?

    Phil Matier
    Phil Matier: San Francisco voters reject massive transit bond

    Phil Matier

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 3:13


    San Francisco voters narrowly rejected a $400 million bond to fund transit, while they also voted to oust DA Boudin. For more, KCBS Radio's Melissa Culross and Jason Brooks spoke with KCBS Radio Insider Phil Matier.

    Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
    BPS 206: Lessons Learned: Being a First-Time Writer/Director with Sarah Elizabeth Mintz

    Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:37


    Sarah Elizabeth Mintz received her BFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she completed her thesis film Transit, starring Dakota Johnson. After graduating she mentored with filmmakers Cary Fukunaga on True Detective, Joachim Trier on Louder Than Bombs, and worked with Alejandro Inarritu on The Revenant. Sarah was a Sundance Fellow in the 2017 Writer's Intensive and 2018 Sundance Strategic Financing Intensive with her project Good Girl Jane. She completed a short film of the same name starring Rachelle Vinberg (Skate Kitchen, HBO's Betty) and Travis Tope (American Vandal), with cinematography by Jake Saner (Ghosts of Sugar Land). The short premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in London. Good Girl Jane recently wrapped principal photography in Los Angeles starring Rain Spencer, Patrick Gibson and Andie MacDowell. Good Girl Jane is inspired by events in Sarah's own life.

    Transit Unplugged
    Tom Wright -- Regional Plan Association

    Transit Unplugged

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:34


    This week on Transit Unplugged News & Views, Paul is talking with Tom Wright of the Regional Plan Association (RPA) about planning for the future in the New York Metropolitan area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut). Over its 100 year history, RPA has put a stake in the ground for what needs to be done to build and sustain the region. As Tom says, all of their recommendations are implemented--eventually. Tom talks about the RPA vision for what's needed in the region to grow in the post-pandemic era and how cities, states, and the U.S. federal government need to look at and coordinate their efforts. The region is already behind the eight ball to catch up, it will take a lot of work to put things on track. Also on this week's show: Transit news of the week including news about frequent guests Mark Wilde and Julie Timm Elea Carey on communicating planning and change Mike Bismeyer wants to hear your leadership stories If you want to stay in touch make sure you sign up for email updates on the website. If you have a question, comment, or would like to be a guest on Transit Unplugged, email us at info@transitunplugged.com

    Who's The Worst?
    #4 - Jeff Horste Can't Follow Directions

    Who's The Worst?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 40:14


    My guest this week is comedian Jeff Horste (Comedy Central, Kevin Heart Presents). Jeff shares his experiences as a mediocre cook, his odd struggle with facial hair, and how he's the complete worst when it comes to directions.....especially in New York.SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE and watch full episodes of the podcast every week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsSeaqP56zWVTzZ2_U76wcA

    Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
    Tom Ayers on what's next for Transit Cape Breton

    Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 6:09


    Transit officials were at CBRM council last night, where they say bus ridership is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels by September. That's due mostly to Cape Breton University enrolment.

    Dark Alignment
    THE ASTROLOGY OF LACI PETERSON | S3 E12 Part 2 | Natal, Synastry, & Transit Charts

    Dark Alignment

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 97:42


    Dream Journal & Mini Guide OUT NOW! https://amzn.to/36fxxCI Self Empowerment Readings "Embracing Your Power" https://erucarose.square.site/product/embracing-your-power-astro-tarot-rune-pendulum-reading/39 Merch STICKERS now available! https://www.darkalignmentpodcast.com/product/dark-alignment-sticker/1 https://www.darkalignmentpodcast.com/ https://linktr.ee/DarkAlignment -- Enjoy our content? Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/DarkAlignment -- Follow us on Instagram! @DarkAlignment https://instagram.com/darkalignment We're on TikTok! https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeDaYSF3/ And Twitter! https://twitter.com/AlignmentDark Like us on Facebook! Dark Alignment Podcast https://www.facebook.com/DarkAlignmentPodcast -- Brittney Oakley, Forensic Psychologist @Britt_Oakley https://www.instagram.com/britt_oakley Body Positivity, Pole & Hip Hop Dancing, Dog Mom Life, Nature, & Yoga Dream, Tarot, and Sensuality Sessions by Brittney are available now https://betcharising.square.site Amy Eruca Rose, Astrologer @ErucaRose https://www.instagram.com/erucarose Astrology, Spirituality, Pole Dancing, Nature, & Yoga Astrology, Tarot, and Rune Readings by @ErucaRose are available now! Learn more about yourself, your soul, and your life path: https://erucarose.square.site -- Business Contact: darkalignmentpodcast@gmail.com -- Graphic Design by Collab Design Co. www.collabdesign.co -- Music by Kid Kota kidxkota@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/darkalignment/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darkalignment/support

    Dark Alignment
    THE ASTROLOGY OF LACI PETERSON | S3 E12 Part 1 | Natal, Synastry, & Transit Charts

    Dark Alignment

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 79:08


    Dream Journal & Mini Guide OUT NOW! https://amzn.to/36fxxCI Self Empowerment Readings "Embracing Your Power" https://erucarose.square.site/product/embracing-your-power-astro-tarot-rune-pendulum-reading/39 Merch STICKERS now available! https://www.darkalignmentpodcast.com/product/dark-alignment-sticker/1 https://www.darkalignmentpodcast.com/ https://linktr.ee/DarkAlignment -- Enjoy our content? Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/DarkAlignment -- Follow us on Instagram! @DarkAlignment https://instagram.com/darkalignment We're on TikTok! https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeDaYSF3/ And Twitter! https://twitter.com/AlignmentDark Like us on Facebook! Dark Alignment Podcast https://www.facebook.com/DarkAlignmentPodcast -- Brittney Oakley, Forensic Psychologist @Britt_Oakley https://www.instagram.com/britt_oakley Body Positivity, Pole & Hip Hop Dancing, Dog Mom Life, Nature, & Yoga Dream, Tarot, and Sensuality Sessions by Brittney are available now https://betcharising.square.site Amy Eruca Rose, Astrologer @ErucaRose https://www.instagram.com/erucarose Astrology, Spirituality, Pole Dancing, Nature, & Yoga Astrology, Tarot, and Rune Readings by @ErucaRose are available now! Learn more about yourself, your soul, and your life path: https://erucarose.square.site -- Business Contact: darkalignmentpodcast@gmail.com -- Graphic Design by Collab Design Co. www.collabdesign.co -- Music by Kid Kota kidxkota@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/darkalignment/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darkalignment/support

    All Of It
    A Documentary on NYC's Transit Troubles

    All Of It

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 15:21


    There are few things that unite New Yorkers better than the city's subway system, both as a means of travel and as something on which to commiserate. The documentary "End of the Line" explores how a transportation system already suffering from deteriorating infrastructure and leadership issues has also navigated a global pandemic. Director Emmett Adler joins us on the day of the film's on-demand release.

    Charlottesville Community Engagement
    June 14, 2022: Albemarle Supervisors and Charlottesville Council briefed on Regional Transit Vision Plan that imagines expanded service

    Charlottesville Community Engagement

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 18:25


    Flag Day. National Bourbon Day. World Blood Donor Day. Monkey Around Day? These are some of the potential ways to mark June 14, the 165th day of 2022. What you choose today is up to you, but I do hope you’ll take a look or a listen at this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, a program that also wants you to make sure you know that some consider this is also National Pop Goes The Weasel Day. Now, where can I find some tupenny rice and some treacle?Know people interested in transit issues? Send them this particular edition of the newsletter so they can find out about the Regional Transit Vision plansOn today’s program:Details on the next steps for a second lawsuit to force a House of Delegates election this yearAlbemarle and Charlottesville’s elected bodies each take a look at the Regional Transit Vision plansGovernor Youngkin announces a series of grants to help increase capacity fo small agricultural producers, such as a water-powered mill in Nelson CountyAnd Albemarle County releases a report on climate vulnerability and risksToday’s first shout-out: ACHS to provide update on Race and Sports projectIn today’s first subscriber supported public service announcement, the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society continues work gathering stories for their project Race and Sports: Athletics and Desegregation in Central Virginia. Tonight at 7 p.m. they will provide an update on Facebook Live and Zoom with two people who lived through the era. Garwin DeBerry graduated from Burley High School in 1965 and Steve Runkle graduated from Lane High School in 1960. They will be sharing how the families, neighborhoods, and communities in which they grew up shaped their experiences and of school desegregation. Tune in to the ACHS event on Race and Sports tonight at 7 p.m. (Zoom registration)Status hearing held for new lawsuit seeking House of Delegates election this NovemberThe state of Virginia has until June 24 to file a motion to dismiss a new lawsuit that seeks the Commonwealth to hold an election for the House of Delegates this year. Richmond resident Jeffrey Thomas Jr. filed a federal suit in the Eastern District of Virginia last week that picks up similar arguments made by Richmond attorney Paul Goldman for why some think the House districts currently in place are unconstitutional. Goldman’s suit was dismissed for lack of standing nearly a year after he filed. Thomas and representatives from the Virginia Attorney General’s office were in court yesterday for a status update in the case. Judge David Novak issued an order requiring both parties to file a joint stipulation of facts by June 17. Thomas will have eight days to respond to whatever the state of Virginia files. The state will have five days to respond. No date has been set for another hearing. For more information, read coverage in the Virginia Mercury. Albemarle County releases climate vulnerability assessmentOne item on tomorrow’s agenda for the Albemarle Board of Supervisors is a 176-page document that identifies how the county and its residents will be affected by shifting weather patterns. The Climate Vulnerability and Risk Assessment looks ahead to how extreme heat, drought, wildfires, and flooding may affect the area. There’s also the threat a changing climate will bring new pests that will affect crops. (read the document)The assessment is a step toward developing a climate resilience plan.“Some of the changes are unavoidable and even while we try to mitigate and reduce the severity of climate change, we also need to prepare for some of those impacts,” said Gabe Dayley, Albemarle’s climate protection coordinator. Dayley said the climate action plan is intended to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to meet regional goals to be carbon neutral and fossil free by 2050. He made his comments on the Let’s Talk podcast produced by Albemarle’s communications and public engagement department. “Our vulnerability and risk assessment looks at the kinds of specific local weather changes that we can expect,” Dayley said. “Things like increasingly intense and long heat waves or sudden and more severe rainstorms that lead to flash flooding.” Visit the county’s website to hear more. The report was put together with support and work from the Piedmont Environmental Council. In disclosure, that group is a sponsor of the Week Ahead newsletter. Water-powered grain mill in Nelson gets support from AFID grantThis is Ag Week in Virginia, and Governor Glenn Youngkin has announced the latest recipients of the state Agriculture and Forestry Industry Development grant program. The program provides matching grants to small agricultural producers such as Potter’s Craft Cider which used a $50,000 grant as part of a package to move operations into Neve Hall off of U.S. 29 in 2019. This time around the grants focus on infrastructure. Nelson County requested financial assistance for Deep Roots Milling to upgrade a water-powered grain mill built in the late 18th century. According to the press release, the $22,500 in state funds will help pay for a new sifting room and new bagging equipment. Other recipients include $25,000 for Piedmont Processing of Gordonsville in Orange County to add more cooling space for its slaughterhouse, $25,000 for barge to serve a collective of oyster farms in Northampton County, and $9,000 for a commercial kitchen expansion in Bedford County. Read the press release for more information.  Today’s second goes to WTJU and the Radio Relics project In today’s second Patreon-fueled shout-out:  This year, WTJU 91.1 FM turns 65 and to mark the occasion, there’s a new micro-museum exhibition this summer! Radio Relics traces WTJU’s storied history of broadcasting for our community. As part of our 65th anniversary celebrations, WTJU has curated photos, artifacts, and t-shirts – so many t-shirts! – spanning more than six decades.The exhibition is free and will be open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from June 3 through July 29. The museum space is a renovated, vintage camper parked behind WTJU’s studios at 2244 Ivy Road in Charlottesville. WTJU’s Radio Relics exhibition shows off some of the artifacts collected over the years, many contributed by former WTJU General Manager Chuck Taylor.  In fact, there’s even a new initiative to raise money through the Chuck Taylor Fund for WTJU History. Contact General Manager Nathan Moore to learn more. Or donate today!Albemarle and Charlottesville officials weigh in on Regional Transit Vision Consultants hired by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission are moving into the second phase of a community engagement effort for a $350,000 plan to create a regional transit vision to make public transportation a more attractive option. They have developed both a constrained plan that would anticipate around $26 million funds that might be generated through becoming a regional transportation authority with taxation power, as well as one that assumed funding would be found to increase the frequency of service. That has an estimated $70 million price tag. The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors had their review on June 1. “These concepts are here to help you imagine and understand what kind of outcomes are available at two different levels of investment,” said Scudder Wagg of Jarret Walker + Associates. This work will be completed before a second study will begin on how transit operations should be governed in the future.“So this transit vision study really is identifying the potential improvements to the regional transit system and establishing that long term goal and plan vision and the governance study is really what are the steps to get to that vision that we’ve defined,” said Tim Brulle of AECOM. He’s the project manager for the vision plan. The idea in both visions is to increase how often buses move through the community. “Frequency means freedom effectively,” Wagg said. “The more frequent service is, the much shorter the wait is, the much likelier you are to get somewhere soon.”Wagg said at the moment, around 60 percent of residents of urban Albemarle and Charlottesville are close to some transit service, but only about 15 percent are close to frequent service. Both visions expand the number of areas covered by on-demand service where people can call for service on the same day. Currently, a ride on Jaunt has to be booked a day in advance. But in general, the plan without identified funding would increase service. The unconstrained vision would seek to increase fixed-route service to seven days a week from morning into the evening. “One of the key things that is likely to significantly improve access to opportunity, particularly for people who work in retail, service, and hospital jobs where many people have to work evenings and many people have to work Sundays,” Wagg said. “Those types of jobs where if you aren’t there for them on Sunday, they have to have a car and therefore have to incur the high costs of owning a car.” Supervisor Ann Mallek is the sole elected official left from an effort in the late 2000’s to create a regional transit authority. She wanted to make clear the community tried once before for a sales tax to fund increased transit, but a referendum did not make it out of the General Assembly. “Money doesn’t just appear when we don’t have the authority to raise it,” Mallek said. Supervisor Ned Gallaway said service along urban corridors in his district needs to be frequent to accommodate the new units that have been approved during his tenure, such as the Rio Point project that got the okay last December. He pointed out proponents argued transit could help mitigate traffic congestion.“Over a thousand units, 1,300, 1,400 units that are going to build out there, and if they’re sitting on a sixty-minute transit line, that’s not going to work,” Gallaway said. Gallaway said the on-demand transit pilot that Albemarle will begin next year will go a long way to helping determine what the county needs.Supervisors Bea LaPisto-Kirtley and Diantha McKeel had already seen the presentation because the Jefferson Area Regional Transit Partnership got a briefing in late May. McKeel wanted clarification on the role the University of Virginia Transit System would play in the vision. “We tend to think about UVA as doing their own thing,” McKeel said. “That’s what they’ve done for years with their students and faculty and staff. Having said that, I know they are working really hard with us at the regional transit partnership about coming together on transit in this community.” Wagg said that the unconstrained vision anticipates more involvement by UVA. “There is an obvious and enormous transit demand within and around a university and the Grounds at UVA needs really a high frequency service within a pretty limited space so it is understandable they run their own service,” Wagg said. Wagg said an idea in the unconstrained vision is to trade resources with UVA. For instance, a  Bus Rapid Transit system similar to the Pulse in Richmond could travel down U.S. 29 and terminate somewhere on Emmet Street. “And then the University could run a more community service that serves the Grounds as a primary focus but also serves the community at large,” Wagg said. Charlottesville City Council had their review on June 6. The presentation was much the same as what Albemarle and the Regional Transit Partnership saw, but Wagg repeated why having to wait on a bus that comes once an hour is an obstacle.“Relying on service every 60 minutes is extremely hard,” Wagg said. “You can think about relying on a 60 minute route is a little bit like if there was a gate at the end of your driveway that only opened once an hour. You had best be in your car with your coffee ready to go at 7 a.m. if you need to get out at 7 a.m. to get to work. And if you miss it, then you are not leaving until 8 a.m.” Wagg reminded Council that many of the current CAT routes do not operate on Sunday. City Councilor Brian Pinkston said the unconstrained vision is compelling and certainly appeared to be more attractive. But he expressed some skepticism. “This would be a great system to enact but how do we change behavior such that people would use it?” PInkston said. Wagg said if people have choices about how to get around, they’ll take transit. “A major reason people don’t take transit today is because it’s very unlikely to be useful to the trip they want to make,” Wagg said. For instance, Wagg said a trip from Pantops to the Piedmont Virginia Community College would take a very long time with multiple transfers. “Changing that dynamic of ‘will someone choose to ride’ is making it far more likely that the trip that they look up will be reasonably competitive to take transit,” Wagg said. Vice Mayor Juandiego Wade said he was concerned that outreach efforts have not been robust.“I’m just afraid that you may get input from the same people and we kind of know what it is,” Wade said. “We’ve got to do a better job of getting input. I can tell you if this is all you’re going to do, I can assure you of what we’re going to get.” Extra service will mean extra drivers, and Councilor Michael Payne said their needs must be taken into consideration up front. “We can drop any plans or changes we want but if we don’t have sufficient drivers to run those routes, it won’t work,” Payne said. “I know we’re already seeing significant problems in being able to maintain frequency of our current routes because of a shortage of bus drivers.” Payne is another member of the Regional Transit Partnership. He said the unconstrained vision should be a goal, but a realistic approach needs to be taken. “How do we, once this is finalized, bring it back down to earth and figure out what are the level of investments we need to specifically plan for here in the city and what are the specific steps needed to start to get Jaunt, [Charlottesville Area Transit], and the University Transit Service working together to move to that Regional Transit Authority?” Payne said. And that’s where the governance study would come in. If there was to be a regional authority, that could also include surrounding counties. The Greene County Board of Supervisors gets their review of the plan tonight, and its the Fluvanna Board’s turn on Wednesday. The next step is a virtual meeting on June 23 in which the consultants will present both the constrained and unconstrained visions. There’s also a community survey that seeks to gather input on the unconstrained and constrained visions. What do you think? No use telling me. Fill out that survey!Support the show by checking out Ting!For over a year one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. Your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCPThe same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. 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    Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
    Cybercrime Wire For Jun. 14, 2022. Cape Cod Transit Bureau. WCYB Digital Radio.

    Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 1:39


    The Cybercrime Wire, hosted by Scott Schober, provides boardroom and C-suite executives, CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, IT executives and cybersecurity professionals with a breaking news story we're following. If there's a cyberattack, hack, or data breach you should know about, then we're on it. Listen to the podcast daily and hear it every hour on WCYB. The Cybercrime Wire is sponsored by Deloitte Cyber. To learn more about our sponsor, visit https://deloitte.com/cyber • For more breaking news, visit https://cybercrimewire.com

    The White Rocket Babylon 5 Review Podcast
    Season 3: 311 Ceremonies of Light and Dark & 312 Sic Transit Vir

    The White Rocket Babylon 5 Review Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 77:15


    Andy & Van get new uniforms, just in time to find out Vir's new fiancee is "Space Nazi!" Well, okay then...! Join the lads as they break down the very midpoint of the entire Babylon 5 series! Thanks to all of our patrons for making shows like this possible! We have no advertisers and are entirely supported by our great listeners! The home of this show: http://www.b5review.com/ Be a part of the White Rocket Entertainment family by becoming a patron of the shows at our NEW Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/whiterocketreviews http://www.plexico.net Follow Van on Twitter: @VanAllenPlexico  https://twitter.com/VanAllenPlexico Follow Andy on Twitter: @AndyFixWriter https://twitter.com/AndyFixWriter

    Expat Happy Hour with Sundae Bean
    284: In Transit & Thriving

    Expat Happy Hour with Sundae Bean

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 26:17


    Sundae puts her methodologies to the ultimate test! Currently undergoing multiple, life-altering transitions, Sundae discloses how she's actually enjoying this challenging, extended process because she has the right foresight and strategies. Sundae reveals a few of her winning methods for thriving *while* in transit. These include the 4 Pillars from her globally-proven Adapt and Succeed, plus guiding questions that help her clients establish a clear vision. The post 284: In Transit & Thriving appeared first on Sundae Schneider-Bean, LLC..

    Transit Church Weekly Sermons
    Sermon on the Mount (Part 16)

    Transit Church Weekly Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 56:53


    Text: Matthew 7:7-12