Utes put up a show in the second half against the Sun Devils. Cameron and Scott talk about the tale of two halves in the Utah ASU game. They are joined by Ute fan @SaltLakeJake as they discuss the Utes and the game this week against Oregon State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a revenge game two years in the making. After a look at the news, we talk with one of the team's standouts, defensive end Anthonie Cooper, about his breakout season (8:26). Then we review the Sun Devils' 28-10 Friday night win over Stanford before we hand out some midseason grades to the position groups. Next up, we go behind Utah lines with Ute insider Patrick Kinahan (1:13:42) for the latest on ASU's South rival. We wrap up with our in-depth preview of the South showdown in Salt Lake City.
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Thursday October 7th. Today - In the latest drafts of Colorado's new legislative districts Democrats will likely maintain control of the House and Senate, but there's a chance the maps will end up in the hands of the Colorado Supreme Court first. But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we're going back to October 7th, 1863 when prominent Utes signed a treaty in Conejos County - one that intended to prevent conflict before it started by renouncing Ute claims to Colorado Territory east of the Continental Divide. To some Utes, the notion of ceding their easternmost claims to protect the Rocky Mountains' western slope seemed sensible. Now, our feature story. The latest drafts of maps dividing Colorado's legislative districts favors leaving Democrats in control of both the Colorado House and Senate, but if the Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission cannot reach agreement on the proposed redistricting, the maps will head to the Colorado Supreme Court. Make sure and read Thy's reporting at coloradosun dot com. And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Colorado is fighting to keep teachers in the classroom as job stress builds in the face of outbreaks, quarantines and mask mandates. And the longer the pandemic drags on, the more state and school district officials worry about retaining young teachers. A new Colorado water year began October first and while drought conditions are slightly better than last time last year, there's a lot riding on this winter to pull the state and really the entire West away from the precipice of extreme drought. Colorado is starting the winter with exceptionally dry soils and reservoirs well below normal, and the La Nina weather pattern taking shape increases chances for more snow in Colorado's northern mountains but tilts toward less snow in the south. A surge of complaints filed with the U.S. Department of Education argues that twenty-nine Colorado charter schools could be violating federal law by asking prospective students in the application process about their special education needs. Advocates who filed the complaints say those screening questions could be the reason behind lower enrollment of students with disabilities at Colorado's charter schools. The federal Emergency Broadband Benefit Program offers low-income Americans 50-dollar credits on their monthly internet bill as a way to help folks who are struggling through the pandemic. But five months after the $3.2 billion program launched, only 63,000 households in Colorado have taken advantage of the credit, a fraction of the number who are eligible. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member starting at $5 per month and if you bump it up to $20 per month you'll get access to our politics newsletter, 'The Unaffiliated,' as well as our outdoors newsletter, 'The Outsider,' and our new health and environment newsletter 'The Temperature,' -- All three exclusive newsletters delivered to your inbox every week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Utah is dealing with the horrific tragedy of losing Aaron Lowe. Cameron, Ryan, and Scott offer their views of the season so far and reflect on this Ute program dealing with so much adversity. They nit on where the program is today and what tomorrow might look like as Utah gets ready to take on conference rival USC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Tuesday October 5th, Today - State health officials are proposing changes to the recent COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers. But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we take you back to October 5th, 1879 when a bugle call pierced the sky along Milk Creek in today's Rio Blanco County. It was a welcome signal to a party of besieged soldiers that help had arrived. The conflict, which was between the White River Agency and the Utes. eventually led to Ute removal from most of western Colorado. Now, our feature story. Colorado health officials are proposing changes to the recent mandate that requires all health care workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Reporter John Ingold spoke with health care administrators about the proposed adjustment to the vaccine mandate. CLIP To read John's story use the link in our show notes. And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Colorado voters in November could reduce property tax rates for apartment complexes and lodging properties. Supporters of Proposition 120 argue the property tax reduction could reduce rents and encourage investment in multi-family housing, which could ease the state's housing shortage. Opponents, however, fear the reduced tax revenue could hurt local governments, schools and fire departments that depend on property taxes. Xcel Energy is studying new power-generation technologies like molten salt, biomass and hydrogen to replace coal-burning at the company's soon-to-close power plant in Hayden. Coal-fired power plants are shuttering across the state as utilities cut greenhouse gas emissions and the proposed technology at Xcel plant in Hayden could be a model for communities transitioning from coal-dependent jobs. Another measure on the November ballot asks Colorado voters to adjust how the state spends money from the federal government and other outside sources. Supporters say Amendment 78 would provide better transparency for state spending while opponents argue the measure is a partisan ploy to slow spending by a Democratic administration. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week I caught up Matt Rendell from Dubbo in NSW, Matt is an XY Ford tragic, who is fast becoming a pickup tragic. He has three truck builds on the go, the main one being a 1952 Chev which was his partners Grandfathers truck on the farm. He also has a 36 Ford pickup and many other projects on the go. The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for listening. Whipps.
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Wednesday September 29th. Today - As the state's behavioral health system continues to show signs of strain, new laws require the Department of Human Services to provide shelter beds for kids in crisis. But there just aren't enough beds, so some kids are spending nights on the floors of justice centers or even the back of police cruisers. But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we take you back to September 29th, 1879 when Ute bands in western Colorado who had been resisting the encroachment of interlopers for decades were finally faced with no alternative. They surrendered and listened to the promises of federal agents who pledged to improve their lives by transforming them into farmers. Their communal frustration and despair found an outlet on September 29th, 1879 when members of the Yamparika faction killed agent Nathan Meeker who was known as the founder of Greeley Colorado's most prosperous farming community. Now, our feature story. Colorado's beleaguered behavioral health system continues to show signs of strain. New state and federal laws require the Department of Human Services to provide shelter beds for kids in crisis. But there are not enough beds for youths in the state so many juveniles who've been accused of less-serious crimes are spending nights on the floors of justice centers or the back of police cruisers. Nearly every District Attorney in the state has signed a letter to the head of Colorado's Department of Human Service urging the state to quickly create shelter beds for kids. “The safety of our children and communities cannot wait,” reads the letter. Colorado Sun reporter Jen Brown obtained the letter from 21 of the state's 22 District Attorneys asking the state to create more shelter beds for kids in trouble. Read Jen Brown's story at coloradosun dot com And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Hundreds of homeowners have fled the Ptarmigan (TARM-again) Fire east of Silverthorne after fire officials described, quote “unprecedented fire behavior” Monday night. The wildfire in the White River National Forest had grown to about 60 acres by Tuesday afternoon. President Joe Biden has tapped Cole Finnegan to be Colorado's next U.S. Attorney. Finnegan is a well-known Democrat supporter and a Denver attorney who served as former chief-of-staff for then-Mayor John Hickenlooper and chief legal counsel for then-Gov. Roy Romer. School board members across Colorado are facing a wave of criticisms and disagreements as school districts deploy mask mandates and other COVID crackdowns. The shouting matches and social media blasts are now turning into recall efforts as angry parents seek to oust their local representatives on school boards. More Colorado school board members are finding themselves at a distressing crossroads as they listen to both parents, teachers and public health officials. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member starting at $5 per month and if you bump it up to $20 per month you'll get access to our politics newsletter, 'The Unaffiliated,' as well as our outdoors newsletter, 'The Outsider,' and our new health and environment newsletter 'The Temperature,' -- All three exclusive newsletters delivered to your inbox every week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's been a rough couple weeks for us Utah football fans. As a response, Jake has emotionally divested from college football. - Jill is now on Tinder. That's been...interesting -Jake and Jill consider joining the Beehive Sports League - Jake proclaims when the next team from Utah will win a championship in something - March Madness is special to Jill - If you like the Dallas Cowboys and aren't from Dallas, you're a sheep. A sheep who likes Cowboys. - Jake & Jill have a great idea for a name for the next pro Utah team. - They discuss their favorite Pointer Sister (Anita) and her connection to Utah - We'll just tell you: the connection is former Ute quarterback Darnell Arceneaux. They spend an inordinate amount of time talking about him and the Pointer Sisters. Anita is pretty talented though. - Jake does his Shaggy impression. Wha - Check out the Color Festival this weekend!
On today's episode I start it off by giving a quick rant by a Ute themed podcast that really rubbed me the wrong way. And then I introduce part 2 of the harnessed testosterone theory that my mom has been sharing. Pretty straightforward. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harper-anderson/support
Ute i kulden. Det føles så sårt når barna favoriserer mamma foran pappa – og omvendt. Men hva kommer det av? Når snur det? Og går det noensinne over? For barn med to hjem blir det ekstra flokete. Alt dette tas opp i ukens episode.
This week I caught up with Mitch Johnsen, he is up in sunny QLD building a 1972 K10 Longbed pickup. The K10 is a rare beast here in Australia and Mitch is giving it a well-deserved rebirth. Have a listen and hear the history of this project, and the progress so far. You can check out Mitch's work via his instagram, @chevy.k10 The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at email@example.com Thank you for listening. Whipps.
I had Andy Nettle on the podcast today. He is the owner of Back of Beyond Books in Moab, Utah; I met Andy when I was in Moab the summer hiking the Canyonlands and Arches National Monument. Moab is amazing - both geographically and archeologically. There are so many unique early petroglyphs and pictographs from all time frames. Signs of human civilization ranging from 4000 years ago, Barrier Canyon people all the way up to Pueblo and Ute artwork only a century old. It's just a special area to spend time and get back to nature.If you happen to find yourself in Moab, there's a good chance you're going to come across one of the best bookstores I've ever been into - Back of Beyond Books. Andy Nettell is focused on antiquarian books of all types, especially Western/Native American books with an emphasis on nature.Andy was a ranger for the National Park Service for 15 years. So he really understands the naturalist sensibility that many people visit Moab for. It's a fun ride to listen to how someone can go from being a park ranger to owning a music store, then a successful bookstore. He clearly has a lot of the skill sets that are needed to do this, including business sense, but also love and a passion for education and preservation.I think you'll enjoy this podcast if you are an enjoyer of nature or books. If nothing else, just learning about the antiquarian book business was extremely interesting to me. I do buy and sell old/rare books on occasion, but it's definitely not my specialty. Andy however is a specialist and hearing his story and about his love for antiquarian books was very enlightening.
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Monday September 13th. Today we're joined by Mark Nagel. Nagel was the acting director of security at Denver International Airport on 9/11. The head of security happened to be out of town that day, leaving him in charge. Before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today we're going back to September 13th, 1873 when Felix R Brunot negotiated a deal with the Utes that ceded the San Juan Mountains region to the United States. It became known as the Brunot Treaty. At another council that same year Brunot forced a Utes surrender to legalize the San Juan interlopers. Ouray, who sought peace, convinced Ute factions to back the cession. And federal agents awarded him with an annual annuity and a farm near Montrose. The farm survives today as History Coorado's Ute Indian Museum. Now, our feature story. On September 11th, 2001, Mark Nagel was the acting director of security at Denver International Airport. The head of security was out of town at a conference, leaving Nagel in charge. At about 7 a.m., Nagel learned of the terrorist attacks unfolding on the other side of the country and began to respond, evacuating the hub and implementing new security measures. Colorado Sun reporter Jesse Paul spoke to Nagel about what he remembers from that day 20 years ago and how it changed the aviation industry forever. For more on this story visit us at coloradosun.com. And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Security workers will accompany nurses and staff members of Jefferson County Public Health's three mobile coronavirus vaccine units for the foreseeable future after months of harassment and abuse. Two incidents are being investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and at least one more is being investigated by the Arvada Police Department. Republican Heidi Ganahl on Friday formed a candidate committee to run for governor of Colorado in 2022, confirming months of speculation that she would launch a bid to unseat Democratic Gov. Jared Polis and lead the state. The University of Colorado regent, who is the only Republican official who holds statewide office, is expected to formally announce her bid this week. A state health official on Friday sounded an alarm about the continued spread of the highly contagious delta variant. Colorado has fewer intensive care hospital beds available now than at any other point in the coronavirus pandemic. Scott Bookman, who is Colorado's COVID-19 incident commander, said state dipped below 200 available ICU hospital beds on Thursday. A Colorado State Patrol trooper assigned to a unit that protects the legislature and serves as the security detail for Gov. Jared Polis has been charged with felony menacing. Trooper Jay Hemphill was on duty last month when he allegedly pointed his gun at a motorist at an intersection near the state Capitol. Hemphill has been placed on administrative leave. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week I caught up Cara and Josh Coburn, from Auckland, New Zealand. Josh's Mustang influences finally rubbed of on Cara and she decided to find a pick up to drive. They located a sweet 56' F100 already in the country and have put it in the more than capable hands of Kendel Smith at Kruzin Kustoms in Palmerston North, NZ. With Cara steering the ship, the build is almost finished, and it will definitely be the coolest vehicle in the school pickup line. You can check out Cara's truck via her Instagram, @f100_restomom The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for listening. Whipps.
Utah starts the season off right with getting a win over Weber State. Cameron, Ryan, and Scott talk about the game, the new south endzone, and look ahead to the instate game. They are joined by Ute fan @Utah_AM from twitter and former player Kenneth Scott. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Wednesday September 8th. Today - A federal class-action lawsuit claims the state has lapsed on its obligation to provide mental health care for kids in need. But first -- We'd like to thank our sponsor, Pinnacol Assurance. Pinnacol provides caring workers' comp insurance. They were also named one of the most community-minded companies in Colorado. Pinnacol gives back through community investments, scholarships and apprenticeships. At Pinnacol, caring is more than kindness. It's their powertool. See how they put care to work at Pinnacol dot com. But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we're going back to September 8th, 1874 when Franklin Rhoda, a federal surveyor, led a small party along a remote Ute path in the San Juan Mountains. He wrote: “One thing very peculiar about this particular part of the country is the deathlike stillness that almost oppresses one in passing through it”. The expedition, which started in the Summer of 1874 would be completed in October of that year. Along the way, they would climb Uncompahgre peak, Mount Sneffels, and Mount Wilson. Now, our feature story. Colorado Sun reporter Jen Brown spoke to Jesse Paul about her reporting on a federal class-action lawsuit claiming the state has lapsed on its obligation to provide mental health care for needy children, leaving them to cycle in and out of emergency rooms instead of receiving appropriate long-term care. The lawsuit so far includes three anonymous plaintiffs, all teenagers who have for months or years been checked into hospital emergency rooms and psychiatric facilities but then refused step-down residential treatment because no beds are available. To learn more visit us at coloradosun.com And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: A judge Tuesday ordered a mental health evaluation for the man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder King Soopers in March. The evaluation will be used to determine whether the suspect is competent to stand trial. The judge set an Oct. 19 hearing to hear the results of the evaluation. Interest in accessory dwelling units -- also known by terms like granny flats, mother-in-law apartments or carriage houses -- is growing in Denver, where the housing market is tight and prices are sharply rising. That momentum is reflected in the rebounding number of rezoning requests, which took a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2010, Denver issued only two permits for such units. In 2019, the number spiked to 71 before the coronavirus shutdown saw a dropoff to 54 in 2020. The Colorado Supreme Court will not consider a case that questions ski areas' use of waivers to protect themselves from lawsuits filed by injured skiers. Attorneys fighting for skier safety fear the end of legal challenges to now-ubiquitous resort liability waivers may mean the death of the venerable Ski Safety Act. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week I caught Simeon Orive, he has a sweet 1960 F100 Fridge, that he has given a whole new lease on life. I had a great chat with Simeon, from Ferrari's, to Fords, your going to enjoy this one! You can check out Simeon's truck via his instagram, @Simeon1809. The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at email@example.com Thank you for listening. Whipps.
This week I had a great chat with Virpi Syv, she has a beautiful yellow 1948 chev pickup, and lives in Finland. We talk about her love of cars and growing up in Finland. The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for listening. Whipps.
Host Bree Davies and the City Cast Denver team did a live podcast taping at this year's Underground Music Showcase. And now you can hear it! This candid conversation explores the idea of "diversity in music" and what that really means for performers of color. How does "diversity, equity and inclusion" truly extend to show booking, venue operations, and other positions of power within a music scene? Does representation go beyond the stage? As white folks scramble to "diversify," does it feel like anything meaningful is happening or changing for the actual artists? We're honored to be joined for this panel discussion by several guests from around the Denver music scene: Alicia "Bruce" Trujillo - Alicia "Bruce" Trujillo is a Chicana feminist from occupied Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapahoe land, in what's now called Colorado - raised on the Western Slope, and currently in Denver. Bruce has been working in the community and public media since 2012, with a mission to spotlight, book, and amplify the voices of those who are currently under-heard and underrepresented, with a focus on independent and locally made music and art. Bruce is Concert Director at Denver's Swallow Hill Music Association; a the weekend host on Colorado Public Radio's new music service, Indie 102.3, and is the creator of Especial, a weekly, hour long dive into new and independent Latin-made music from around the 'Americas' and en Colorado. She's also Executive Director and host of Colorful Colorado Collaborations, bringing together BIPOC businesses and musicians, and founder and host of Whiskey, Women and Song, which pairs local female-identifying musicians with locally crafted whiskies for performances, interviews, and whiskey tastings. She sometimes writes for Denver Westword, with a focus on local art. Wes Watkins - We Watkins is a multi-instrumentalist, band leader, show organizer, and long-running member of the Denver music community known for his work in The Other Black, Wheelchair Sports Camp, Cosmic Slim, and more. Miguel Aviña - Miguel Aviña is a Mexican singer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band iZCALLi. He has enjoyed consistent success and is widely credited as one of the key artists of the Rock En Tu Idioma (RETI) movement in Colorado. Miguel founded RETI Rock En Tu Idioma LLC in 2011, an artist management, promoter and marketing company responsible for community events such as Rock De Mayo, RETIFest and La Posada which seek to bring awareness and accessibility to the hispanic music and arts culture in Colorado. With iZCALLi Miguel has traveled throughout the US for over 15 years, showcasing their diverse brand of Rock En Tu Idioma. As a solo artist, Miguel takes the opportunity to journey into a deeper exploration of music. His lyrics and melodies resonate from the heart and exude raw emotions. These are best exposed through a more simple approach… his voice and his guitar. There is something familiar yet refreshing about Miguel's approach to song-writing that showcases Miguel's passion for The Love Song; these songs exhibit his wide range of influences: traditional folk ballads, pop, indie sounds, that are always tinged with a Latin flare, a flare that takes you into your heart, and warms the soul.
The guys are back at it again with their 2021 season predictions and breakout players. Cameron, Ryan, and Scott are joined by four other Ute fans to get their takes on the upcoming season. Be sure to follow each of these special Ute fans on twitter. @beehiveute @colbyutahman3 @DearOldCrimson @SaltLakeJake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute, and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Ute is talking with Sallianne Hines about her book Her Summer at Pemberley, a sequel to the Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice. In this book, Sallianne tells the story of Lizzie's sister Kitty Bennet who is an avid horse lover and rider. The reader get to follow her story and meet handsome Mr. Darcy again. The perfect book for all Jane Austen fans who love horses and romance. Show Notes: https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2021/08/25/horse-podcast-ep-175-jane-austen-and-horses-discussing-fan-fiction/
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we have a lively conversation with the crew at Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E., a diverse coalition working to ensure that nature's transformational powers are accessible to all of our nation's youth. We chat about the organization's goal of a federal equity fund, why you can't plug your ears and demand that politics stay out of the outdoors, how inequality affects outdoor access, and much more. We wrap the show with a bizarre story of a former professor being suspected of starting several fires in California, a gross or not gross about dogs eating human body fluids, and a very important correction to the record of my shoeless etiquette on airplanes. This episode was recorded on Arapahoe, Ute, Cheyenne and Shoshone land. [divider] Listen Download this episode. [divider] CONFIRM CURRENT: Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “gingersaregood” for 15% off at Gossamergear.com. Enlightened Equipment: Save 10% off off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Stock Torrid Jacket with code "trek10" here. [divider] Interview with Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. Team Gabaccia Moreno Jaylyn Gough Teresa Martinez Gabe Vasquez Jessica Loya Ángel Peña Carissa 00:02:30 - QOTD: How have your backpacking plans gone to shit as of late? 00:11:02 - Reminder! Backpacker Radio Wisconsin Meetups — Wednesday, October 13 at Delafield Brewhaus and Friday, October 15 at Hop Haus in Fitchburg 00:12:04 - Welcome Gabaccia Moreno, Jalen Goff, Gabe Vasquez and Teresa Martinez of Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. 00:13:00 - Introduction to Gabe Vasquez 00:13:56 - Everyone, when you introduce yourselves, can you tell us how you initially got into the outdoors? 00:17:32 - Introduction to Gabaccia Morreno 00:19:43 - Do you have a favorite form of outdoor recreation? Is that hunting? 00:20:45 - Are you a Bills fan? 00:21:21 - Introduction to Jalen Goff 00:28:29 - Introduction to Teresa Martinez 00:35:06 - Can you talk a little bit about the specifics of Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. and how you'll achieve your goals? 00:35:20 - Introduction to Jessica Loya 00:40:44 - Do you know how far away we are from an outdoor equity fund? Is there a timeline? 00:48:29 - Go to outdoorfuture.org to offer your support for the Outdoor Future Act 00:49:43 - Where does the money come from for the initiative? 00:51:08 - If someone wants to give what's the process? Go to Outdoorfuture.org. 00:51:41 - Introduction to Ángel Peña 00:53:33 - How are we gonna pay for it? 00:57:43 - Is it a bad strategic move to start with private funding? 01:00:26 - What does it look like in a dream world where Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. is successful in everything they do? 01:08:03 - What do you say to people who say “the outdoors are free” and “the outdoors are for everyone”? What are the fundamental inequities that underserved communities face in accessing the outdoors? 01:19:26 - What does it look like if Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. fails? 01:26:00 - Why do you think that is (that POC are polling to call for more protection of the outdoors)? 01:30:34 - What do you say to people who don't want to “bring politics” into the outdoors? 01:37:54 - What is the takeaway message that you'd like to leave for our listeners? 01:41:10 - F.U.T.U.R.E. stands for Fund for Underrepresented and Tribal, Urban, and Rural Equity 01:48:00 - Rapid fire for Zach and Chaunce Mezcal or Patron Soft or Crunchy Corn or Flour Green chili or Jalapenos Red or Green (chili) Rolled or Flat Taco or Burrito Smothered or on the side Selena or Shakira Do you know whose land you are on? What does allyship and equity look like to you? SEGMENTS Trek Propaganda Former University Professor Held on Suspicion of Arson Near PCT Did Zach actually say he goes barefoot in the airplane bathroom? Give us a timestamp Listener Gross or Not Gross Would you rather eat boogers or goose poop? Mail Bag [divider] Check out our sound guy @Paulybooyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Ausen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Patrick Cianciolo, Brandon Spilker and Matt Soukup. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Cynthia Voth,, Emily Brown, Mitchell, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven, TraskVT, Lindsay Sparks, Liz Seger and Lisa Douglas.
Das große Sommer Spezial – Deutsche im Ausland! Lasst euch ein, auf ein Naturspektakel der Extraklasse. Am Strand von Mallorca kommt es zu einem ethischen Faustkampf zwischen Camper und Braunbär, Mücke und Pferd, Touris und Locals. Macht man das? Darf man das? Und wenn nein, wieso zum Henker tun wir es trotzdem immer wieder?! Folge 24 und die große Abrechnung mit der eigenen Kultur. Holger, Gabi, Sven und Ute hassen diesen Trick… Alle Infos und Rabatte zu unseren Werbepartnern unter https://linktr.ee/dudes_podcast
The Locked On Utes Podcast for August 16, 2021 Former University of Utah defensive coordinator John Pease passed away on Monday, according to the University of Utah. We share some memories of Coach Pease and talk about what he meant to the program and the legacy that he leaves behind. Andy Ludwig spoke with the media after the offense posted a strong showing in the scrimmage on Saturday. Hear his thoughts on the way the offense might evolve from 2019, why the third string quarterback matters and why Bryson Barnes is the new Locked On Utes favorite walk on QB. Utah Baseball alums Andre Jackson and C.J. Cron both posted special moments on Monday, but for different reasons. Hear how each former Ute made an impact for their team and how the season is going for both. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you heard the news about California's scary new smog check procedure? You know, the one that scans your ECU for non-standard files and modifications? Well, the guys hook up with Peter Treydte from SEMA's emissions lab to get the straight scoop on what this really means for enthusiasts. We'll also check in with our favorite new Australian friend, Duralast-sponsored racer Josh Robinson, and find out why he is putting an LS-based V-12 in a Datsun mini truck.
Mark Smith founded Factory Five Racing back in 1995, building one of the world's most popular kit car companies. He sold his interest in that company to his brother in 2012. His latest project is Smyth Performance, which creates Ute kits for the Volkswagen Jetta & Beetle, the Dodge Charger, the Jeep Grand Cherokee and more. Andy Hesterman was one of Smyth's first customers back in 2016, and when his first driveway build video went viral, appearing everywhere from Motor Trend to Maxim, he soon built a business doing Smyth Ute conversions, and currently has a waiting list over six months long. We caught up with Mark and Andy and talked about Mark's career, Andy's favorite builds, and their plans for the future. Check out the conversation and let us know what Ute they should build next!
AB. SOL. UTE. CHAOS today! As NBA free agency opened today, we copped an AVALANCHE of movement & signings... Kyle Lowry is off to Miami, Lonzo is going to the Bulls, Chris Paul is staying put in Phoenix, WHAT ARE THE KNICKS DOING!? And we've got ALL OF IT - the best & worst, in today's show. PLUS, 3 Big Questions in our Boomers-Argentina Olympics QF preview... gonna be a great one. BUT first... we have a quick chat about the amazing Luc Longley 'Australian Story' on the ABC last night... and then we get into the FREE AGENCY INSANITY... breaking down ALL the free agent signings & what they mean in The Daily Whip Around ... There's also a HEAP of Free Agency YEAH NAHS - like, are Miami the biggest winners? What are the Knicks up to? What of Patty Mills!? and does Dante Exum get signed??? plus... the Unpopular Opinion of the Day & Outback Takehouse, where we're serving up a Flame Grilled Take!! Aaaaand to finish off, there's our AUSTRALIA vs ARGENTINA quarter finals preview! We've got 3 Big Questions, as well as a few Jimmy's Best Bets and our final pick! Cannot wait... and remember, we'll be live streaming with you tonight over on our facey! HEAPS to sort through... so it's a bit loose today... but it's also fun. Plus there's a Jingles HR to finish off! Right. SMASH US ON Facebook.com/NBASTRAYA -- ESEPCIALLY FOR THE BOOMERS LIVE STREAMS!!!! AND on twitter.com/NBAstraya -- NBAstraya.com ... and if you wanna buy a NBA Straya t-shirt or hoody - SMASH THIS NEW MERCH LINK!!!! Get around GREEN FOR GOLD: A BOOMERS DOCUMENTARY too... Also: support our advertisers:
In this episode, James Cleary, Marcus Craft and Stephen Corby talk all things motoring, including:The used market is continuing to turn good pre-owned cars into absolute gold mines. The guys discuss the cars that have spiked the most in value.Due to a lack of fresh metal thanks to lockdowns we revisit some of their most memorable driving experiences, featuring: The KTM X-Bow, an unbelievable Model X tow test, and an Australian cult classic you've might never have heard of...You can get in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter (#CGPodcast) and Instagram, and let us know if your used car is a potential pot of gold by emailing email@example.com
As we prepare to kick off the 2021 season, we begin with a big picture preview. After a look at the news, we talk with ASU's recent 4-star running back commit Tevin White (15:42), who discusses why he chose the Devils and what impact the NCAA investigation had on his decision. Then we dive into a team-by-team look at how the Pac-12 will shape up this fall, before we give our conference and national predictions. Plus, we go across Ute lines with Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham (1:40:12).
This week I caught Ayden Hunt from Canberra, he operates as Coachworks by Ayden, and specialises in very custom body work, taking a flat piece of sheet and turning it into a piece of Automotive art. We had a great chat about some of the high end builds he has worked on and some possible future projects. You can check out Ayden's work via his instagram, @coachworksbyayden, or by the same name on facebook, The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for listening. Whipps.
Tonight PRT presents a special guest of the Ute tribe of Native Americans to detail various cryptids and paranormal phenomena witnessed by herself and others on Skinwalker Ranch, Utah, and the Ute reservation.
Ute manufacturers tell you that towing 3500kg is possible - desirable, even. But in reality, towing 3500kg with your ute is a dangerous joke, and many people who attempt this are driving illegally. It's also fundamentally stupid from a safety perspective - so there's that. In this report, I lay out the beer garden physics of heavy towing stupidity - in response to a question from you. Help support my independent reporting, securely, via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54778969 Save thousands on any new car (Australia-only): https://autoexpert.com.au/contact AutoExpert discount roadside assistance package: https://247roadservices.com.au/autoex... Did you like this report? You can help support the channel, securely via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr...
One year ago, in July 2020, Heather and Ute took over as podcast hosts of the Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast so it could grow into a regular podcast show with three episodes a week, bringing its audience not only stories and interviews from all around the world, but also tipps on travelling, horse keeping, horse health and trail riding. From inexperienced newcomers in the podcasting world, we have grown along with the EQA podcast over the last 12 months and the journey has just started. Today we want to pause and take stock, remembering all the ups and downs of the ride and telling you about our favourite episodes, glitches and of course why we are still here, recording, editing and uploading new episodes for you every week! Show Notes: https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2021/07/21/horse-podcast-ep-161-taking-stock-one-year-as-podcast-hosts/
Tonight PRT presents a special guest of the Ute tribe of Native Americans to detail various cryptids and paranormal phenomena witnessed by herself and others on Skinwalker Ranch, Utah, and the Ute reservation.
Farmers are being encouraged to bring their Ute and their dogs to protests at towns up and down the country. They're taking aim at the Government's increasing interference in farmers' lives and businesses, regulations imposed on farming, and unjustified costs. Groundswell co-founder Laurie Paterson spoke to Perlina Lau.
Welcome to Montrose Fresh, from The Montrose Daily Press. It's FridayJuly 9th and we're here with local news, events, announcements, jobs, and more that matter to us here in Western Colorado. Today - Governor Jared Polis signed SB 21-116 into law last week, which bans Colorado public schools from having Native American mascots. If schools don't comply with the new law, they'll face a monthly fine. The new law affects two local schools…. the Montrose High School Indians and the Centennial Middle School Braves. Today's episode is brought to you by Elevate Internet. Whether it's for your home or your business they offer the best speeds at the best price. Right now, if you refer a friend you can get $25 off! Give them a call for more information at 844-386-8744 or visit them at www.elevateinternet.com. Now, our feature story… Uniforms. Murals. Gym weights. These are a few of the many items emblazoned with the Montrose Indians logo that will need to be redone by the start of June 2022. Governor Jared Polis signed SB 21-116 into law last week, which bans Colorado public schools from having Native American mascots. If schools don't comply with the new law, they will face a $25,000 monthly fine. The new law affects two local schools: the Montrose High School Indians and the Centennial Middle School Braves. Matt Jenkins, a spokesman for the Montrose County School District, sketched out the prospective timeline of the process to choose a new mascot. He said the process to begin the mascot change will start in late July when the school principals are back in the office. They'll first take inventory and assess what exactly needs to be changed. MCSD Superintendent Carrie Stephenson estimated at the last school board meeting that the switch will cost approximately $500,000 to $750,000. That's for both Centennial and Montrose High. Luckily, the district can apply for a state-funded grant program to cover the costs of switching the mascot. Denver South High School independently moved to change their mascot from the “Rebels,” a reference to the Confederacy. The switch to the “Ravens” cost the school nearly $350,000. As soon as the new mascot is determined, Jenkins hoped that the process of revamping the facilities would start by January or February of next year. D And despite some pushback from community members about the mascot change, Jenkins said that the district will move forward in accordance with the law. To find out more about this story visit us at montrosepress.com. - You can also stay up to date on stories just like this by joining NABUR [this is pronounced just like neighbor] – your trusted neighborhood community. NABUR is a free online forum you can trust to connect with your community, focus on facts & make a difference. Join the conversation! Visit Nabur.montrosepress.com - Now, some local history. This week's local history is brought to you by England Fence. England Fence is family owned and operated, and they're ready to help you build your dream fence, archway, gate, or deck. Give them a call at 970-249-4430, or head over to their website englandfence.com. Did you know that Orvis Hot Springs in Ridgway was founded in 1919? Though the springs had long been used by Ute Native Americans, the land ended up in the hands of the Orvis family through a mix of squatting and the relocation of the Ute people to Utah. Originally called the Orvis Plunge, it pumped very hot water into a swimming pool, attracting visitors to refresh and rejuvenate in the lithium-filled water. Eventually, the property was improved to include a number of buildings and other services. While it was sold off to a number of owners in the intervening years (and picked up a clothing-optional rule that stuck), today, it might hardly be recognizable to those who would have visited in the 1920s. - Before we go The family of Christopher Blunt told the young man who struck and killed him to do one thing… come out of prison as the type of man their nephew, brother and husband was. Blunt's widow said that poor choices were made that day. This was at the sentencing of Tyler Hilton. Hilton, now 19, chose to drink underage, to use marijuana and to drive while intoxicated the morning of March 16, 2020. And while Hilton was driving down the shoulder to pass people on North Townsend Avenue he struck Christopher Blunt on his bicycle. He also left it to other motorists to tend to the mortally injured man. He returned only at his mother's urging. Earlier this year Hilton pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide-DUI. On Tuesday he was sentenced to a stipulated term of six years in prison. And according to Hilton's attorney just in the time since March 16, 2020, Hilton has changed from the angry person who blamed Blunt for his own death, to a sincerely remorseful man. You can read our full story on the sentencing at montrosepress.com. - That's all for today, thank you for listening! For more information on any of these stories visit us at montrosepress.com. And don't forget to check out our sponsor, Elevate Internet. Visit them at elevateinternet.com to learn more. For more than 137 years, The Montrose Daily Press has been dedicated to shining a light on all the issues that matter to our community. Go to montrosepress.com to subscribe for just $1.99 per week for our digital edition. You'll get unlimited access to every story, feature, and special section. Thank you and remember to tune in again next time on montrosepress.com or wherever you listen to podcasts. 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So you booked a riding holiday, now what do you need to pack? Today's podcast covers all that information off. We discuss things you must take, the best way to pack them, and a few other tricks and tips. Ute, Krystal, and Heather discussed using a live episode their favorite things they like to take when on a horse holiday. We have included the extensive packing list that is on our website for you to use as a guide for your next horse riding adventure. Don't let packing discourage you, we've done the hard work already. Full show notes https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2021/06/30/horse-podcast-ep-152-what-to-pack-for-a-riding-holiday/
El proyecto fallido de la planta regasificadora en Puntas de Sayago, que iba a ser una de las obras más importantes del gobierno de José Mujica, ha sido este mes un tema candente en el debate político. El punto de partida, fue un estudio que realizó la consultora PwC sobre la contabilidad de Gas Sayago SA, la empresa propiedad de UTE y Ancap que estaba a cargo de llevar adelante el proyecto. Las conclusiones del trabajo, que estimaron pérdidas por 213 millones de dólares (*), fueron remitidas por el dierectorio de UTE a Fiscalía. Desde entonces, varios jerarcas del gobierno, entre ellos el ministro de Industria y Energía, Omar Paganini, han señalado que la iniciativa era inviable desde el inicio y se han preguntado por qué, de todos modos, las autoridades frenteamplistas decidieron seguir adelante engrosando las pérdidas. Pero también desde el Frente Amplio se escucharon reproches, por ejemplo el de Danilo Astori, ex vicepresidente y ex ministro de Economía, que señaló que la regasificadora fue un “error importante, grande” de las dos últimas administraciones encabezadas por la izquierda. ¿Qué dicen quienes lideraron aquella iniciativa? Hoy En Perspectiva, conversamos con el ingeniero Gonzalo Casaravilla, ex presidente de UTE, cuyo nombre ha estado en la discusión política en estos días y que hasta ahora no había aparecido en entrevistas.
Before we get started we would like to do a land acknowledgment. Mandi and Naomi live in the traditional lands of the hinonoeino biitoowu (Arapaho), Tsesthoe (Cheyenne), and Nuu-agha-Tuvu-pu (Ute). We are excited to have Laura Goldstein back! She was a guest on Episode #04: Unwrapping White Privilege and Episode #15: Creating Balance & Boundaries.… The post Episode 52: Getting Vulnerable w/ Laura Goldstein appeared first on Beyond Picket Fences.
Extraterrestrials, dimensional portals, ghost direwolves, UFOs and cattle mutilation. Skinwalker Ranch in Utah has attracted the attention of millionaire Mormons and been studied by various groups of scientists. Jake takes a dip in the water. Apologies to the Ute tribe for consistently mispronouncing the word "Ute" in this episode. ↓↓↓↓ SUBSCRIBE FOR $5 A MONTH SO YOU DON'T MISS THE SECOND WEEKLY EPISODE ↓↓↓↓ www.patreon.com/QAnonAnonymous Merch / Join the Discord Community / Find the Lost Episodes / Etc: http://qanonanonymous.com Episode music by Nick Sena, Matthew Delatorre (http://implantcreative.com), Max Mulder (http://doomchakratapes.bandcamp.com)
If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute, and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Ute is talking with SJ Garland about her upcoming book First Past the Post, a historical romance featuring Eva, a daring horse trainer who will leave no stone unturned to find her favourite horse which has been kidnapped by a criminal syndicate, a handsome duke and lots of adventures on both sides of the Atlantic. If you enjoyed watching Bridgerton, you will love this work of Victorian Romance and Horses! Show Notes: https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2021/06/23/horse-podcast-ep-149-eqa-book-club-victorian-romance-and-horses/
The Olympics, the ultimate goal for any Equestrian competing at the height level. Now most of us are not competing at this level but watching from afar. The Olympics showcases the best of the best. In today's podcast, we are taking a look at the equestrian disciplines from the early days back to 1900 as well as the current times of the 2021 Toyko Olympics. Ute and Heather share with us some technical data on each event and some great stats from years gone by. Join us to celebrate Equestrianism at its finest level. Full Show Notes https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2021/06/21/horse-podcast-ep-148-olympics---equestrians-competing-at-the-top-level/
A fines del mes pasado UTE firmó el contrato de suministro y construcción de la obra de cierre del anillo de transmisión del norte del país, una línea de alta tensión de 500 kV que unirá Tacuarembó con Salto. Los trabajos estarán a cargo de la empresa China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC), que pertenece al estado chino. Este tramo del anillo, considerado clave por el ente, permitirá mayor flexibilidad para la generación eléctrica y mayor confiabilidad para el sistema. El proyecto se desarrolla a través de un fideicomiso constituido por UTE, con Rafisa como entidad fiduciaria y tiene un costo de U$S 191 millones. El plazo para la finalización es de 42 meses. Según destacaron las autoridades, esta será la obra de infraestructura más grande realizada por una empresa china en la historia de Uruguay. China Machinery Engineering Corporation participó de un llamado internacional convocado por UTE al que se presentaron nueve empresas y en el cual resultó elegida por haber presentado el precio más bajo. Como informamos en su momento, el acto de firma del contrato se realizó el 31 de mayo vía internet, entre China y Uruguay y contó con la participación de la presidenta de UTE, Silvia Emaldi; el gerente general de República Administradora de Fondos de Inversión (Rafisa), Jorge Castiglioni; el embajador de China en Uruguay, Wang Gang; el embajador de Uruguay en China, Fernando Lugris, y el director ejecutivo y presidente de CMEC, Gang Yanshui, junto a autoridades de la empresa. En esa ocasión los dos embajadores destacaron el buen momento de las relaciones bilaterales. Este fin de semana el caso tuvo novedades. El diario El Observador reveló que la Cámara de la Construcción (CCU) presentó una carta a la presidenta de UTE, al ministro de Industria, Omar Paganini, y al de Trabajo, Pablo Mieres, donde el sector plantea varias observaciones ante esta adjudicación. En el texto, según la nota de prensa, los empresarios criticaron que se les hubiera exigido una calificación investment grade a las constructoras, lo que ya dejó por fuera de la competencia de las empresas uruguayas. Además, expresaron preocupación por un posible aumento de la participación de empresas estatales chinas en proyectos de este estilo, por entender que el respaldo del gobierno asiático les permite ofrecer precios mucho más baratos. Hoy, En Perspectiva, conversamos con el presidente de la CCU, el ingeniero Diego O'Neill.
Billy Dixon and a company of fifty hunters travel south on the Jones and Plummer Trail past the Cimarron River and out into Indian Territory. When the expedition reaches Adobe Walls Creek, Billy Dixon, Tyler and Masterson decide to explore an old abandoned trading post. When the three explorers reach the old trading post they discover an old Ute drawing to help them unearth the story of the Battle of the Adobe Walls. The story written by Mike King and narrated by Brad Smalley becomes the first lesson in engaging warfare with the Plains Indians. You can purchase the book by clicking on the link Return of the Great Hunters: Tales of the Frontier. Learn more about this episode at Wild West Podcast Facebook Page.
“The animals never forget who we are because they see us every day in their world,” added Angelo. “The best way to remind ourselves who we are and where we belong is to go out into the world and have relationships with our relatives.” Angelo Baca is a Navajo and Hopi filmmaker, and a PhD candidate in sociocultural anthropology at NYU. A graduate of the Native Voices Program at the University of Washington, he has created numerous documentaries and collaborative works around such subjects as indigenous food sovereignty, Native youth development and indigenous international repatriation. He's also taught Native American literature and media courses at Brown University. In 2016, he directed the ethnographic documentary Shash Jaa': Bears Ears, in an effort to illuminate the Utah landscape's significance to indigenous peoples of the region. Support Bears Ears - donate to Utah Diné Bikéyah here! Shásh Jaa' (Bears Ears) is a proposed 1.9 million acres of Utah wilderness considered sacred lands to the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition (Navajo, Ute, Ute Mountain Ute, Hopi, Zuni) coming together to protect this pristine area from natural resource extraction and make this area a designated National Monument in collaborative management partnership with tribes. Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland submitted her first report. https://www.moabsunnews.com/news/article_c27c346e-c999-11eb-9150-67ce4083279b.html Special thanks to onX Backcountry for supporting Fastest Known Time. onX Backcountry is “All in for Outdoors” during the month of June, finally you can plan that next FKT and navigate offline with a year-long subscription to the onX Backcountry mapping app for only $10 in June with all net proceeds are going to support Leave No Trace. Learn more at onxmaps.com/greatoutdoors
With today's fast paced lifestyle, particularly if we are globally mobile, it can be so difficult to make the time to commit to our dreams and our goals. This challenge is even greater for parents in general, so imagine how complex it would be if you were a solo parenting mom. If a solo-parenting mom can do it, so can you! "I decided to be my own career manager and do it just like I would have if I was working for a company"In this week's episode you will hear the inspiring story of Rhoda Bangerter and her insightful tips on how to make the time, even if you do not have the time. Rhoda Bangerter is the founder of A Multicultural Life, a certified coach for solo parenting moms in long distance marriages and the author of the book “Holding the Fort Abroad”. She was raised in France, with a Welsh dad, a Syrian Armenian mum and is married to a Swiss man. Her husband has traveled abroad for work throughout almost their whole marriage. During this time, Rhoda has been solo-parenting and experimenting with various ways to hold the fort while creating a joint life in a long-distance relationship. Along the way, she realized there were a huge number of moms around the world who experienced the same challenges but with no resources to guide them through this journey. This led her to run extensive research, share her learnings through her book, ‘Holding The Fort Abroad', and develop her coaching services to support solo parenting moms in long distance relationships. Rhoda speaks about the challenges of solo parenting and how to thrive in multicultural marriages. She has been featured in various platforms such as Families in Global Transition, Coffee with Expat Women, and Ute's International Lounge. What You Will LearnWhat is the mindset shift that is necessary to be able to make the time What is the SEEDS strategy that will allow you to take action What to do when things get too overwhelming, and you might want to give up Resources And Inspiration:https://www.amulticulturallife.com/guide (Self Coaching Guide: 5 Questions Every Solo Parenting Mum Needs to Answer) https://tandemnomads.com/podcast/tn198-most-popular-guest-episode-of-2020-take-back-control-of-your-time-with-kate-erickson/ (Most popular guest episode of 2020 – Take back control of your time! – With Kate Erickson) https://tandemnomads.com/199 (How to build your tribe to thrive as a solopreneur) Find Rhoda Onlinehttps://www.amulticulturallife.com/ (Website) https://www.instagram.com/amulticulturallife/ (Instagram) Share Your Love! Do you enjoy listening to this podcast show? Leave on your review on your favorite app – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tandem-nomads-empowering-expat-partners-tips-inspiration/id1056812170?mt=2 (iTunes), http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tandem-nomads (Stitcher), https://open.spotify.com/show/4mWuNrYGnmK6yuVHt1CEwx?si=QqgfqVkESK2IEnnlzwA9hg (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly90YW5kZW1ub21hZHMuY29tL2ZlZWQvcG9kY2FzdA%3D%3D (Google Play) Share Your Thoughts! Connect with the Tandem Nomads community and share your comments! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tandemnomads/ (CLICK HERE)
The Locked On Utes Podcast for May 20, 2021 The Utah Football team landed a commitment from Brandon McKinney, a safety from Washington via the transfer portal late Wednesday night. Jake and Bryan discuss the pickup, talk about the fit and what the outlook might be at the safety position come Fall 2021. George Kliavkoff has a big job ahead of him, but what are the biggest hurdles he faces in regards to the actual product on the field? Is there someone in the conference already who can help provide the new commissioner with some insight, and will he be able to assemble enough power to keep the Pac-12 relevant? Utah Men's Golf gets one to the NCAA Tournament with Tristan Mandur, Softball gets one more back for next year, and De'Jon Lucas is NOT a Ute, but is still headed to the state of Utah. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Canon Broderick's parents renovated their home a few years ago, he gave them one of Lanecia Rouse Tinsley's paintings as a house-warming gift. In a note to his parents, Tinsley wrote, "I am happy one of my creations has found a home with you." It has been said that Lanecia’s art is known for its subtle manipulations of color, texture, materials, and form—a practice of improvisation and play that mirrors the intricate layers and landscapes of individual and communal formation, memory, experience, and history. It is these themes, and the paschal candle Lanecia designed for Saint John's, that she and Canon Broderick will discuss to close season 4 of Mile High Theology.Show Notes:The Art Project HoustonFollow Lanecia's work on social media at @larartstudio and at laneciarousetinsley.com.If you enjoy Mile High Theology and want this programming to continue, support Saint John's Cathedral by giving at sjcathedral.org/give.This podcast was recorded on the land of Ute, Cheyenne, and Araphao peoples.