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IL's Terry Foy and Nick Ossello are back to unpack the first round of the NCAA Tournament, starting with the Delaware Blue Hens' shocking upset over Georgetown. They then go through each of the weekend's games, starting with Princeton's defensive lockdown of BU, Penn's Sam Handley reliance, Yale-Saint Joe's unbridled playmaking, the electric atmosphere at Brown-UVA, Luke Wierman's improvement on display in Maryland's win over Vermont, Gavin Adler's production despite his assignment in Cornell's win over Ohio State and Rutgers' offensive explosion vs. Harvard. They end with Nick saying many, many nice things about the NCAA selection committee.
In the conclusion of Season 2 Episode 1 Part 3 we finish our New Mexico journey in Mountainair, Santa Fe, Taos and end the episode with some Vermont spring plant talking.Support the show
May 15th: East Middlebury Murders (1935) Cold cases can be extremely frustrating to hear about. And, as we can imagine, it's even more frustrating for the investigators involved in the cases themselves. On May 15th 1935 three bodies were found in Vermont that, to this day, don't have an identity. A frustrating fact for the investigators, and the detectives who took over after them, who have been working the case for 87 years. ,https://unsolvedvermont.com/2019/11/29/the-east-middlebury-does/#:~:text=On%20May%2015%2C%201935%2C%20a,was%20found%20near%20the%20remains, https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/2016/10/30/history-space-middlebury-cold-case/92958366/, https://www.vpr.org/post/skulls-and-clay-forensic-sculptor-hopes-crack-1935-middlebury-murder-case#stream/0, https://www.reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/8rk8f0/unresolved_murder_bodies_in_the_woods_83_years/, https://addisonindependent.com/1935-murder-victims-buried-mystery-persists-0, https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Addison_County_Jane_Doe_(1935)
Dagan and Soda discuss the news of Roman Reigns taking time off this summer, Ric Flair currently training for an in-ring return, and our review of AEW this week. Plus, Vermont Mike joins the show to make an announcement about some upcoming changes to the wrestle trivia shows. Let's Get Ready Network is the place for coverage of the Movie Trivia Schmoedown and the First Class League. We also talk about Star Wars and sports, plus we've got reviews and reactions for movies and television, professional wrestling coverage, and more. SUPPORT THE SHOW Patreon http://www.patreon.com/lgrnetwork Merch http://store.letsgetreadynetwork.com FOLLOW US Website http://www.letsgetreadynetwork.com Twitter http://www.twitter.com/letsgetreadynet Instagram http://www.twitter.com/letsgetreadynet YouTube http://www.youtube.com/LetsGetReadyNetwork Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/lgrnetwork
Episode 2102 - On this Saturday BEST OF show, Dr. Georgia Ede joins Vinnie Tortorich. The two talk biases, variables, epidemiological studies, the relationship between good nutrition and brain health, artificial sweeteners and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2022/05/sugar-and-brain-health-georgia-ede-episode-2102 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS She went to medical school in Vermont. Dr. Ede her residency at Harvard for four years. Dr. Ede believes that for many, it is easier to believe that saturated fat is what causes fat. Not always financial bias. Ex: Loma Linda University study (promotes vegetarian diet) found that saturated fats hurt mice (they ignored that also in the higher fat diet was a MUCH greater amount of sugar). Other studies that say meat is bad removed all processed foods at the same time. There are no pure studies that say animal foods are bad for your health. She believes removing the processed foods is where the money is at . Now, Dr. Georgia does not eat plant foods or dairy. Fish and other meats. Pretty extreme diet. In ketosis constantly. Insulin has to cross into the brain. Your brain can become insulin resistant. Then your cells will starve to death when your brain is filled with glucose that can't be broken down. Link between sugar consumption and Alzheimers. She agrees that these artificial sweeteners are so similar to sugar that your body can't really tell the difference. They trick the body into thinking carbs are coming, thereby raising insulin levels. Coffee, Dr. Ede believes, can be very helpful for those with head trauma, ADD, ADHD, etc. Stimulant is good! Maybe this is why Vinnie does so well with coffee. PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched this week, January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
On a picturesque estate in historic Woodstock, Vermont, carriage roads crosscut the property, through fields, flanked by stands of trees, providing scenic views of the estate, the adjacent farm, and the surrounding area. Historic buildings lie scattered across the estate: the mansion, the carriage barn, the wood barn, the horse shed. This idyllic setting, filled with old hardwood trees, open pastures, stone walls, and covered bridges, is the Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park.
We recorded in a cavern. Please excuse the echo...echo....echo. This week's show:Happy national Blame Someone Else DayHappy international World Cocktail Day - your go-to cocktail?Living wakeWhat are the rules for burying someone?H.H. HolmesLess than a third of Vermonters have had COVIDLawmakers attempt to make homes more affordableTHC limits kept in place - how much is 60%?VT police can still take your stuffAnxiety over Vermont's religious schoolsNo rental registryNo airport expansionVT to NY bridge?(1:05:54) Break music: Jonny Wanser “Sad Boi Saturday”Brattleboro students walk out over abortion rightsFolks in Canaan mad about “gay” books What's going on with this food truck's secret septic?Fuel dealer fined for school spillWWII hand grenade found in West RutlandOne gazebo down Wilmington is getting the pot Middlebury gets a downtown marketKillington resort bathrooms are too damn slippery(1:44:05) Break music: Bad Luck and Illu “Otherwise” off Mourning Son albumScumbag MapMurder on the high seasHighgate murderMother and daughter sentenced Bennington white nationalist Donuts gone wrong Failed human trafficking / water rescue Pownal phone scammer The best “Rutland man denies…” story of the weekBobcat attack - not a burst, an aggressive prancingVegan diets for dogs Dog breeds don't affect behavior Glue-based protest Butt lifts are the rageThanks for listening!Tell us what's going on. Did we get something wrong? Wanna run us down? Contact the show: email@example.comIntro/Outro Music by B-Complex
It's Casual Friday! Sam and Emma host Alex Pareene, Contributing Editor at the New Republic and proprietor of the AP newsletter on Substack, to round up the week in news. Alex, Emma, and Sam begin with Hannity reassuring his audience that nothing will change with the Roe v. Wade decision, because, of course, the radical left is just hysterical, and the irony of this perspective when the GOP (and Manchin) were just ranting about any legislative codification actually creating a massive imbalance in… keeping the right to abortion the same. This brings them to a problem being faced by both of the party institutions, as now that the fight against Roe has suddenly been won, nobody has a coherent plan for what to do next. Looking to the Democratic leadership, they then dive into their obsession with institutionalism, particularly when it comes to the Senate and Supreme Court, and how it blinds them from the reality that's unfolding before their eyes, as seen with Nancy Pelosi's obsession with a “strong Republican party” and endorsing anti-choice democrats, as if a majority control with a party that doesn't align on fundamental rights could achieve anything when it came to those fundamental rights. Expanding on this, they explore the countless left-wing policies that somehow are dealbreakers for a Pelosi endorsement, and how the focus on taking down progressives in primaries is a complete waste with an impending midterm where the Democrats have no message and no plan. They wrap up the interview by discussing the out-of-touch nature of the politics of Democratic leadership, Biden's transactional nature as President, and Sam and Emma touch on stoppages in both COVID and Ukraine support, Elon's falling stocks, and the GOP's refusal to look at child poverty as a genuine economic issue. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma discuss the Republican establishment running away from discussions on Roe v. Wade implications, and also from discussions on Rick Scott's platform, and also discussions on their OWN platform, Oochie Wally compares hosting a podcast to running World of Warcraft, Kilmeade pressures Mark Esper on why he would discuss Trump's plans to bomb Mexico, and Ryan from TN discusses the real horrors of the Roe decision's impact on miscarriages. Joe Rogan asks us to imagine gay people facing homophobia, because that's what's happening to straight kids RIGHT NOW. Sam and Emma dive into the disturbing videos of the IDF's assault on Shireen Abu Aqleh's funeral, Ronald Raygun reflects on the legacy of one Glenn Beck, and Glenn Greenwald discusses self-care tactics such as tweeting death threats, plus, your calls and IMs! Purchase tickets for the live show in Boston on May 15th HERE: https://majorityreportradio.com/live-show-schedule Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://madmimi.com/signups/170390/join Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Check out today's sponsors: sunsetlakecbd is a majority employee owned farm in Vermont, producing 100% pesticide free CBD products. Great company, great product and fans of the show! Use code Leftisbest and get 20% off at http://www.sunsetlakecbd.com. 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It's NCAA Lacrosse Tournament time so I may be late, but still wanted to log my picks for this weekends first round. I'll discuss every game in this first round of the tournament including... Vermont @ #1 Maryland Delaware @ #2 Georgetown Richmond @ #3 Penn St. Joseph's @ #4 Yale Boston University @ #5 Princeton Harvard @ #6 Rutgers Ohio State @ #7 Cornell Virginia @ #8 Brown I won't write anything else about it. Watch the video, get my picks and then tell me how smart or dumb I am come Sunday night. Support the channel, buy some swag... https://www.laxfactor.com/ Watch the show w/ video on YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/laxfactor/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support
May 13, 2022: In honor of the Vermont Legislature adjourning the biennium yesterday, Rep. Emilie Kornheiser and Host Olga Peters are taking a week to recharge. We will return next week with guest and Journalist John Walters. Please enjoy this rebroadcast of our reading of the Vermont Constitution. Part 2: https://themontpelierhappyhour.captivate.fm/episode/reading-and-reflecting-on-the-vermont-constitution (https://themontpelierhappyhour.captivate.fm/episode/reading-and-reflecting-on-the-vermont-constitution) Theme music by Red Heart the Ticker: http://rhtt.net/ (http://rhtt.net)
You may wonder why I've done a podcast about beavers. You may be greatly surprised by the beneficial interactions between beavers and trout habitat—I know I was after talking to Ben Goldfarb author of the book Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter, [43:26]. Beavers have a much more positive effect on trout streams besides just making deep pools, and they don't present any problems to migrating fish. And, yes, we do talk about how to fish a beaver pond, and how to find a good one. I think all fly fishers and nature enthusiasts will learn something new in this podcast. In the Fly Box this week, we have some interesting comments, questions, and tips, including: The state stocks big rainbows in my wild brook trout stream. What are your thoughts on this issue? I saw large trout jumping out of the water during a caddis hatch and could not catch any. What do you think they were doing? What are the advantages of a double-taper over a weight-forward fly line? A great story about how an injury caused a fly fisher to re-think priorities What size leader butt should I put on my saltwater lines? And should I use the permanent loop in my fly line for big fish like tarpon? How have Vermont trout streams fared after hurricane Irene? If I pinch the barbs on my flies with forceps, am I legal in places that specify “barbless hooks only”? A comment from a listener on how a generic description like “fly fisher” is also inclusive of people who identify as non-binary A comment from a listener who believes that encouraging women to fly fish will cause our rivers to become too crowded. A story from a listener who cautions us to be careful about sinkholes along the banks of trout streams. A great tip for practicing your cast before a big trip. What can I do to keep my large dry flies from twisting my leader?
This week, D-Fly & Dixie present your guide for the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament, one of our favorite episodes of the year. Definitely the longest. The show begins with some thoughts on the tournament field and reactions to Selection Sunday. Both Dan and Mark get a chance to rant a bit, and it's quite healing. They then review both Vermont and Delaware's victories in the mid-week NCAA play-in games before getting into the game previews. Eight games on tap. Four each day. All available on ESPNU. This week's guest is Harvard head coach, Gerry Byrne. In his first full season at the helm in Cambridge, Byrne and the Crimson earned an at-large berth and are preparing to face Rutgers on Sunday. The guys cover Harvard's lost season, building culture with a young, inexperienced group, the surprising dominance of the Ivy League in 2022, earning a bid at the possible expense of his old team, Harvard's team leaders, game planning for Rutgers, Boston's food scene and music documentaries. In an Italian restaurant-inspired Give & Go, the fellas provide a definitive ranking of the very best pastas. Mangia!
With a family history of prostate cancer, Max Schlueter wasn't surprised when he was diagnosed. What did come as a surprise was his cancer metastasizing to hip and spine. A treatment regimen combining Lupron and chemotherapy kept the cancer at bay; however, years later, the cancer returned years later attacking the nerve linings of his legs and feet, rendering him a paraplegic. Between determination, his Buddhist faith and a stellar team of physician therapists, Max regained his ability to walk. Now retired, he has returned to an active lifestyle of skiing, kayaking and mountain climbing.
Four weeks ago, 24-year-old Felicia Johnson went missing after her family says she applied for her job at an adult entertainment club in Houston. And in Vermont, 28-year-old Nathan Carman has been charged with murder in connection with a bizarre mystery at sea. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brady sits down with UVM women's lacrosse coach Sarah Dalton Graddock about her team heading to the NCAA Tournament matchup with the University of Denver. They talk about UVM winning its first America East tournament title, how the team plays, and why it means so much to her to represent the state of Vermont.
Welcome to episode 61 where we talk about the plethora of strange happenings and places in New England. If you are into the paranormal, UFO's or Cryptids you definitely should do some research and plan a tour of our beautiful but very haunted part of America. We cover Witches, Vampires, Werewolves, Sasquatch, Pig Man, the Pukwudgie from Native Lore and The Bridgewater Triangle. There is no shortage of strange tales in New England but we give you a few leads to check out. Enjoy the episode and if you or someone you know has ever had a strange or paranormal encounter and would like to talk about it on the show please let us know!!! Thank you all for the support! Follow us on Instagram @ronfromnewengland @thewickedplanetpodcast Email firstname.lastname@example.org Join our Telegram chat https://t.me/wickedplanet Please donate to the Wicked Planet Tip Jar on Venmo Ron-Lane-10
Paranormal Stories episode 13This week the books are'Paranormally Speaking: Knowingly Talking to the Unknown' by Ron Yacovetti.'The Unknown Other: and the Existential Proposition of Alien Contact' by Les Velez.As you may know I produce two podcasts, the past lives podcast and the Alien UFO Podcast and it is here that I combine the two. When I have a guests on my podcasts I read their books to research and work out questions for the episodes.When reading these books I always find such fascinating information which never makes it into the podcast and here I get a chance to give you a peek into the book.I did seek permission to record these extracts from the books and the authors kindly said yes.Paranormally Speaking: Knowingly Talking to the Unknown is a philosophical and satirical straight forward insight into the post taboo world of paranormal research and investigation as told by ITC and DRV Researcher, Ron “The Yacman” Yacovetti. With an eclectic background in stand-up comedy, broadcasting and over a decade of paranormal experience, Ron takes a pull no punches approach to important and sometimes underrecognized issues such as code of conduct, evidence review, reverence for our founders, the need for continuous education as well as the critical question we should all be asking ourselves, “Why am I doing this?”.This book spotlights the mystical and methodical ways to communicate with spirits, an area of study that captured Ron's focus early on, called ITC: Instrumental Transcommunication, with an emphasis on the European methodology almost entirely absent from the TV and internet landscape of shows, known as DRV: Direct Radio Voice.Whether you read his written word, see him lecture live or watch him online as a guest on video podcasts or as a co-host of his own, “Entity Voice Paranormal Evidence” show seen on the Un-X Media Network, the depth of his research, experimentation and comedic candor will have you seeing all things paranormal vastly different than you had before.BioNow back where he grew up in NJ. Ron began investigating during his 14 years in Los Angeles California. This diversity in residence gave him the opportunity to investigate some of the most notable haunts on both coasts including The Queen Mary, The Oman House, The Shanley Hotel, Whitehill Mansion, The Glen Tavern Inn several times each. He has a unique background as a stand up comedian, MMA Commentator, a writer and Paranormal Investigator. Ron has hosted and interviewed a variety of fields driven by a genuine love of connecting with others. While Ron enjoys all aspects of investigating, his affinity and area of specificity in the afterlife research is ITC Instrumental Trans-Communication. The area of study is most known in the the United States for a variety of devices seen on TV such as the Ovilus, Spirit Box, or Ghost Boxes. While Ron has and continues to use those devices and mobile apps leaving no method unexplored, he has spent two years doing innovative afterlife research experimentation, rooted in the European methodologies of ITC known as DRV: DIRECT RADIO VOICES. These methods predate any sweeping radio or app of the modern ghost hunting movement and seemingly fell out of favor with casual paranormal enthusiasts but not with the dedicated researchers. So under the banner of GonYac Paranormal with his girlfriend Lourdes Gonzalez, his ongoing DRV work has yielded very impressive results. Ron possesses skepticism and an open mind, and feels you should pursue results for any theory you may have. Period! If you have an agenda that all things are paranormal or all things are not, you are a believer. Both are ideologies that stand in opposition of each other and indicative of what defines a believer. A skeptic seeks absolution not to debunk and discredit. Ron feels that the field growing in acceptance is a paradigm shift which starts with taking a scientific approach not a scientistic one.https://www.amazon.com/Paranormally-Speaking-Knowingly-Ron-Yacovetti-ebook/dp/B09VLLL2WV/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1651842902&sr=1-1https://www.gonyacparanormal.com/'The Unknown Other: and the Existential Proposition of Alien Contact' by Les Velez.A look at how OPUS, the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support came about to help people with their paranormal experiences and the paranormal phenomenon of Alien Contact and the physiological and psychological characteristics along with the latest UAP information presented by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.BioLes Velez is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. Beginning in September of 1970 he served in the US Army as a field artillery officer and, upon his honorable discharge, joined Luscombe Engineering, a Silicon Valleybased manufacturer's representative company and was vice president until his retirement in 2017. In 1991, Les joined MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network, and has held the following positions: Field investigator, Training coordinator for field investigators, the Assistant State Director in Northern California, Chairman of MUFON's Abduction Experiencer Research Committee, and team leader of the Abduction Response Team and presently holds the position of research consultant for the Experiencer Resource Team. He presented at the MUFON Symposium in Denver in 2009 on the proper procedures to use in an abduction investigation. In 1991, he started facilitating an abduction support group in San Jose, California, and in 1994 co-founded OPUS, the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support.He has appeared on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Knapp, KGRA Phenomenon Radio with Linda Moulton Howe and John Burroughs,Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade, Open Minds Radio with Alejandro Rojas, UFONAUT Radio with Jesse Randolph, Erica Lukes, Tim Weisberg on Midnight.FM and various local public access TV productions.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B099R218QP/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0https://www.opusnetwork.org/http://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast
Incarcerated people in Vermont have the right to vote, but many don't use it. Plus: lawmakers vote on a big state budget, the House and Senate approve an economic development package and Barton Village decides to keep its electric utility.
We usually start a long-term project with a specific goal or set of expectations in mind. Rarely does the project turn out the way we thought it would. More often than not, it's better than we had imagined. But before we can get to that point of admitting that the change might have actually led to an improvement in the original plan, we have to struggle, to question our assumptions or to ask for more help or more money. We recognize we can't continue working in the same fashion as before, and often we are forced to adjust to outside forces, like a worldwide pandemic. In this episode of The Art Biz, I'm joined again by Eve Jacobs-Carnahan. She was a podcast guest over a year ago and has come back to offer an update on her project, Knit Democracy Together, which was developed to discuss the U.S. electoral system within the context of knitting circles. Today Eve is sharing a look at how such a long-term project evolves. She outlines the 5 indicators she is using to measure effectiveness, and even if you don't have an art project focused on making a social impact, these indicators will be useful for appraising the successful reach of your exhibition, event, program, or teaching. Highlights “It all took on a new significance.” Eve's project changed after the 2020 election. (4:27) The reasons behind improvements in the knitting circle. (8:11) The mindset shift that created positive changes to the project format. (10:02) Eve's preparation helped secure her fellowship. (11:41) Collaboration changes and letting go of tight control over the project. (13:28) The topics that the project covers now are not the same as the initial intended ones. (19:25) 5 indicators to measure effectiveness in any project. (24:44) Applying these tools to measure other areas of success. (31:40) A look at what's coming next for Eve. (36:40) The evolution of Eve's expanded exhibition. (39:11) Mentioned The Art Biz ep. 64: Knit Democracy Together (first interview with Eve) Priya Parker's The Art of Gathering book National Arts Strategies Creative Community Fellows New England Foundation for the Arts Public Art Grants LBJ speech introducing Voting Rights Act in 1965 Eve Jacobs-Carnahan Knit Democracy Together The Art Biz Connection Join Optimize Your Online Marketing starting May 26, 2022 Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership Quotes “I have definitely let go of some control, and that's been good.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “I realized that I wasn't going to be as effective by myself.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “I'm talking about what people can do to help strengthen the system so we don't have chaos, all while knitting.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Change can happen step by step, stitch by stitch and with many people working together.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Artists who want to do social impact work definitely can be using these tools.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Think about the people you know, think about your relationships with them, and be willing to ask for help.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan Guest Bio Eve Jacobs-Carnahan makes mixed media knitted sculpture exploring democracy. She uses the comforting quality of yarn and the charming attraction of birds to tell allegorical stories. Eve's work appears in Astounding Knits! 101 Spectacular Knitted Creations and Daring Feats by Lela Nargi and garnered First Place in National Fiber Directions 2015 at the Wichita Center for the Arts. She was named a Creative Community Fellow: New England by National Arts Strategies in 2021. Eve knit away stress while earning a B.A. in History with Honors from Swarthmore College and a J.D. from the University of Chicago. She lives in Vermont. First posted: https://artbizsuccess.com/effective-projects-carnahan-podcast
Consumer prices jumped 8.3% in April from a year earlier, a slight drop from March, but still near a 40-year high. President Biden says inflation remains "unacceptably high," and blamed the pandemic and Putin's invasion of Ukraine for the price hikes And a Vermont man accused of killing his grandfather and later his mother on the high seas for inheritance money appears in federal court for arraignment. Plus, the Senate blocks an abortion rights bill from proceeding about a week after a draft Supreme Court opinion leaked indicating the High Court has the votes to overturn Roe v. Wade. Also, a crackdown on fraud in the metaverse: state regulators say a virtual casino with alleged ties to Russia has lured investors with false promises of riches.
Is Resilience Learned Or Genetic? Are people born with a natural ability to recover quickly from difficulties or is this a skill that can be learned? That's the subject of today's conversation between our guest host, CNN's Alisyn Camerota and Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Free-Range Kids movement and Let Grow, the organization that's leading the movement for childhood independence. As Lenore says in this episode, "...there are some things that need tension, need a little bit of resistance for them to get strong and resilient... That's why people do weight training, right? You need something pushing against the bone for the bone to become stronger. And children need something in their lives that's isn't just simple an obvious and pleasant and a trophy for them to become strong too, for them to become anti-fragile." Alisyn and Lenore discuss the importance of letting children do things on their own, and Lenore shares some simple steps parents can take to help a child increase their independence in a way that is comfortable for both kids and parents. Learn more about the Let Grow organization and download a FREE copy of the Let Grow Independence Kit HERE. Get a copy of Lenore's book, Free-Range Kids: How Parents and Teachers Can Let Go and Let Grow, HERE This Episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It's the college of choice for students who learn differently. Learn more at http://www.lcdistraction.org This Classic Episode originally aired SEP 23, 2021
"Messed up mentors" is this week's theme. "Wonder Boys" (2000) has its issues but was an undeserving box office flop. A lot going on but could actually have been longer if a couple characters had been fleshed out. We agree with one RT critic:"there's a lot to like in this fine mess of a film". Sean Connery plays a J.D. Salinger type in "Finding Forrester" (2000), a film about mentoring, without much of it. Worth a look, but not director Gus Van Sant's best work.Next 'on the lam' films with Steve McQueen in "The Getaway" (1972) and 'Midnight Special" (2016).Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: email@example.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow
Grace Giancola scored the game-winning goal to give Vermont its first #AEWLAX championship. David Closterman and the Catamounts head to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season. 1:35 - Reactions from championships 6:35 - Shifting focus to NCAAs 13:49 - Comparing celebrations
ABOUT Kyle Bergman:Kyle's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-bergman-629809131/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ADFILMFESTInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/adfilmfest/Websites:Architecture and Design Film Festival: https://www.adfilmfest.com/Pacific Rim Parks: https://pacificrimpark.org/Kyle Bergman's Bio: Founder & Festival Director - Architecture & Design Film Festival / New YorkArchitect Kyle Bergman founded the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) in 2009 and serves as its festival director. He has always recognized the strong connection between architecture and film and ADFF provides a unique opportunity to educate, entertain and engage people who are passionate about the world of architecture and design. Now in its 14th season, ADFF has grown to become the largest film festival dedicated to the creative spirit of architecture and design.Mr. Bergman also serves as president of Pacific Rim Park (PRP) whose mission is to use the process of designing and building parks as a tool to connect people and communities around the Pacific. Mr, Bergman has been involved with PRP since its first park built in Vladivostok, Russia in 1994.Mr. Bergman has been involved with design/build education since 1992 when he created and moderated an architectural lecture series about the design/build process for the Smithsonian Institute. He has taught community design/build classes in the Dominican Republic for the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont, and served on their board of directors for 9 years.An entrepreneur at heart, Mr. Bergman founded Alt Spec in 1999, a publishing company that produced a visual resource of unique and alternative products for architects and designers. He also produced a play, The Glass House, about the design and construction of two famous homes — Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House and Phillip Johnson's Glass House. SHOW INTRO:When I was in college I took an elective in hypnosis and one of the few things that I learned during that course is that everyone can be hypnotized, to some degree. That degree has a lot to do with the individual's ability to let themself go, to suspend disbelief, to have a strong imagination as well as the proclivity to get lost in story.What I have always know about myself is that when I watch a movie, the outside world disappears. I am with Frodo on our way to Mordor, in a landing craft on the beach of Normandy on my way to Save Private Ryan, falling in love with the heroine, summiting the mountain… I could go on but you get the idea.The same happens with great novels where I am fully in the narrative and I find portrayals of human excellence deeply moving.Over the years, I have found myself using expressions of famous novelists, musicians, architects and filmmakers as truisms to live my life by. I love documentaries because I learn things I did not know. I love discovering how things work in our world and how things we often take for granted in out built environment are not there by happenstance but have come to be through an intense, and usually lengthy, process of collaborative making.I often stand in places and I'm amazed at the amount of decisions that had to be made to bring the thing that I'm experienced into the world. This is no small thing and it's something that I think the general public is unaware of. I would hazard a guess that most walk through their environments blissfully unaware of the magnitude of human invention and hard work that it took to bring most buildings to the world.There have been stories I have read - biographies, monographs and radio shows and podcasts that I have listened to that have described the lives of famous makers, builders, architects, artists, designers and musicians - these alchemists of human ingenuity bringing things to the world that are lasting expressions of what it means to be human - in a certain place - at a certain time.And so, it's probably not so surprising that documentaries that focus on the work of architects or TV shows that show how things are made or how to make them better or how our built world has come to be I find particularly fascinating. I think that if people better understood architecture and design, and the intricate set of interdependencies and decisions made to make the beautiful building or ice cream scoop, the world of design and architecture maybe experienced with more reverence.I've often heard it also said that architects tend to make buildings for architects and the much of the subtlety and deep meaning of what architects and designers do is lost on the general public.An this may be, in part , due to the fact that architects haven't been too good at explaining what they do to the public. In the past there were various guilds, associations of craftsmen or merchants that formed for mutual aid and protection and for the furtherance of their professional interests.And indeed, knowledge of the craft was often held in confidence among its members. I've often heard it also said that architects tend to make buildings for architects and the much of the subtlety and deep meaning of what architects and designers do is lost on the general public. Maybe this is a hold-over from ancient guilds. If so, the consequence has been a poor understanding of the world of architecture and one that needs some revision.This is just one of the mandates that Kyle Bergman and the architecture and design Film Festival have set out for themselves in bringing stories of architecture and design to the general public. The architecture and design Film Festival attempts to write that story in a different way. To bring the art and science of architecture and design, what it means, why we do it and how we do it, to the general public so they better understand the nature of the built world and what it means to be a participant in it.ArchitectKyleBergman founded the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) in 2009 and serves as its festival director. He has always recognized the strong connection between architecture and film and how the ADFF can provide a unique opportunity to educate, entertain and engage people who are passionate about the world of architecture and design. Now in its 14th season, ADFF has grown to become the largest film festival dedicated to the creative spirit of architecture and design.Kyle Bergman has been involved with design/build education since 1992 when he created and moderated an architectural lecture series about the design/build process for the Smithsonian Institute. He has taught community design/build classes in the Dominican Republic for the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont, and served on their board of directors for 9 years.He is also the president of Pacific Rim Park (PRP) whose mission is to use the process of designing and building parks as a tool to connect people and communities around the Pacific. The architecture and design Film Festival now screens about 300 documentary films every year. They curate the best of them and bring them to the public in major cities across the US and Canada as well as releasing them online.Because of the work of Kyle Bergman, the general public continues to be invited into a deeper understanding of architects, designers and the nature of the built environment.The architecture critic Paul Goldberger has said “Architecture begins to matter when it brings delight and sadness and perplexity and awe along with a roof over our heads.” For the past 13 or 14 years, the architecture and design Film Festival has brought together the story of architecture and design offering those who participate a felt sense of delight and sadness, a deeper appreciation for the complexity of the practice of design and architecture and a sense of awe about the magic and meaning of buildings. ABOUT DAVID KEPRON:LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/david-kepron-9a1582bWebsites: https://www.davidkepron.com (personal website)vmsd.com/taxonomy/term/8645 (Blog)Email: david.kepron@NXTLVLexperiencedesign.comTwitter: DavidKepronPersonal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkepron/NXTLVL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nxtlvl_experience_design/Bio:David Kepron is a multifaceted creative professional with a deep curiosity to understand ‘why', ‘what's now' and ‘what's next'. He brings together his background as an architect, artist, educator, author, podcast host and builder to the making of meaningful and empathically-focused, community-centric customer connections at brand experience places around the globe. David is a former VP - Global Design Strategies at Marriott International. While at Marriott, his focus was on the creation of compelling customer experiences within Marriott's “Premium Distinctive” segment which included: Westin, Renaissance, Le Meridien, Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Design Hotels and Gaylord hotels. In 2020 Kepron founded NXTLVL Experience Design, a strategy and design consultancy, where he combines his multidisciplinary approach to the creation of relevant brand engagements with his passion for social and cultural anthropology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. As a frequently requested international speaker at corporate events and international conferences focusing on CX, digital transformation, retail, hospitality, emerging technology, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, store design and visual merchandising, hotel design and strategy as well as creativity and innovation. In his talks, David shares visionary ideas on how brand strategy, brain science and emerging technologies are changing guest expectations about relationships they want to have with brands and how companies can remain relevant in a digitally enabled marketplace. David currently shares his experience and insight on various industry boards including: VMSD magazine's Editorial Advisory Board, the Interactive Customer Experience Association, Sign Research Foundation's Program Committee as well as the Center For Retail Transformation at George Mason University.He has held teaching positions at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), the Department of Architecture & Interior Design of Drexel University in Philadelphia, the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (L.I.M.) in New York, the International Academy of Merchandising and Design in Montreal and he served as the Director of the Visual Merchandising Department at LaSalle International Fashion School (L.I.F.S.) in Singapore. In 2014 Kepron published his first book titled: “Retail (r)Evolution: Why Creating Right-Brain Stores Will Shape the Future of Shopping in a Digitally Driven World” and he is currently working on his second book to be published soon. David also writes a popular blog called “Brain Food” which is published monthly on vmsd.com.
In this episode, we talked to our new friend Isabel Pless about Vermont stars, linguistics, the state of the world, lyrical Tik Toks, Trident Booksellers & Cafe, odds jobs, being a student, choosing a location, lost items, Legos, and her viral single "Bechdel Test". Edited by Mason Maggio Discord: sleepinglionmusic.com/discord
In this week's episode Kevin McTaggart, the grumpiest comedian in Vermont, gets angry about the following contributed topics: Too lazy to harvest weed? Pooping on content creators! iPhone problems! Energy prices! Bathroom stall doors! If you're pissed off about something and would like to contribute to this podcast, here are some ways you can do it: -Comment on Facebook or Twitter(@mctaggartattack) when I post "What's pissing you off today?" -Comment on the YouTube link of a podcast episode! -Click here https://mctaggartattack.com/wednesday/ -Email me firstname.lastname@example.org -Or you can say it to my face! Follow this podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/OffWednesday And don't forget to buy my merch! https://www.teepublic.com/user/mctaggartattack Music: Voyage Musician: @iksonmusic
Having a growth mindset, prioritizing strength training, knowing your body type, and practicing regular self-care are the keys to taking control of your life. I'm joined by Dr. Weili Gray, a sleep and lifestyle physician who recently took one of my programs, to talk about the benefits she's seen in her life since adopting my recommended practices. Key Takeaway Prioritize your self-care to improve all areas of your life. What do you do for your health, fitness, and well-being? About Dr. Weili Gray Dr. Weili Gray is a board-certified sleep, integrative, and lifestyle medicine physician who practices in Vermont. She is also a Registered Life Planner and the founder of Dare to Dream Physician, where she offers life planning and hosts a weekly podcast. The Importance of Body Types and Strength Training I've just met Dr. Weili Gray, but honestly, I feel like I've known her for a long time. What I love most about her, and it's evident in this conversation, is how much she values her self-care. She also has a growth mindset which helps her continuously develop herself, her life, and her goals. Dr. Gray says that she never used to prioritize strength training, but now that she does include it in her movement routine, she's seeing the benefits across her life. Not only did she learn about the importance of strength training during my program, but Dr. Gray also learned about different body types! She really stresses how much her knowledge of her own body's needs developed when she started understanding the different body types out there. She also learned that actually making time for exercise is so beneficial to her as an ectomorph, the naturally slender body type. Prioritize Yourself for More Control in Your Life Dr. Gray explains why she prioritizes investing in herself. She says that it makes her a better person all around - she feels she improves in her roles as mom, wife, and physician when she practices self-care and puts her own needs first. When she practices regular self-care, including her four days of exercise, Dr. Gray says she feels more in control of her life. She's less stressed and better equipped to focus on everything she has going on. Dr. Gray also explains how she includes her family in her self-care routine and helps encourage their health and wellness, too. Finally, we talk about the importance of adopting a growth mindset. It's fine to know this stuff in principle, but to actually put it into practice takes dedication and a desire to grow as a person. Have you adopted a growth mindset to improve your life? How often do you include your self-care practices in your routine? What do you do? Let me know what works best for you in the comments on the episode page! In This Episode How strength training is a tool for wellness [4:45] The impact of learning about different body types [6:00] What happens when you make time to exercise [9:00] How investing in yourself impacts your goals and plans [18:00] How practicing self-care helps you feel more in control of your life [19:45] What happens when you include your family in your self-care journey [21:30] The importance of adopting a growth mindset [27:00] Quotes “What I learned and solidified in your program is that running is great, it's good to move your body. Any kind of movement, even walking, as you say. But that's not enough. It doesn't address all the muscle groups. This was my lightbulb moment. This is my new step. I'm going to uplevel myself as an athlete. Not only am I going to be a runner, but I'm also so excited that [strength training] is going to be my goal!” [16:11] “I already feel that I am a better person. I'm a better mom, I'm a better wife, I'm a better physician because I actually feel and prioritize, at least four days a week, my self-care. Really putting that first is so important.” [18:48] “The little things that we do every day add up to how we feel. I want to continue that!” [19:38] “Once you find your why, it's so much easier to make decisions, prioritize your life, design your life in a way that's in full alignment with who you are, what you really want, and why you're on Earth.” [30:28] Resources Mentioned Listen to the Dare to Dream Physician Podcast Find Dr. Weili Gray Online Follow Dr. Weili Gray on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 96: Dr. Shillcutt on Discovering Self-Love Through Boundaries Episode 106: Honoring Your Authentic Body Episode 105: Go All-In On You
The US Treasury Secretary has said that overturning Roe v Wade, the landmark case protecting abortion access in the country, would have lasting negative effects on the economy. She was speaking to a Congressional Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs when she made the remarks. We speak to Professor Caitlin Myers, an economist from Middlebury College, Vermont, who specialises in reproductive policies. Staying in the USA, President Biden announced tackling inflation would be his number one domestic priority. We hear from former economic advisor to the Obama administration Jason Furman. Exercise bike maker Peloton is having a bumpy ride - revenue is down 24% and demand for the tech-connected machines slumped this year. Ian Sherr at CNET tells us more. India has ambitious plans to reforest large parts of land and the UK government mulls the legalisation of e-scooters on public roads. Throughout the programme we're joined by Madavan Narayanan, freelance writer and former senior editor at Hindustan Times in Delhi and by Hayley Woodin - usually found covering business news on Canada's west coast for Business in Vancouver - but currently studying at Columbia University in New York City. Picture: Janet Yellen testifies in Congress Credit: Reuters
Austin Colson ////// 578Part 1 of 1 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comThis week we dig into an unsolved homicide case out of Vermont. A couple years back 19 year old Austin Colson went missing. Unfortunately the search ended in an outcome that no one wanted. It took a couple of months but his body was eventually recovered. This case should be solved. Tune in and find out why. Beer of the Week - Purple Hazy by Abita Brewing Garage Grade - 3 and 3 quarter bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Russian troops in Ukraine are reportedly retreating from the region around Kharkiv, blowing up bridges as they pull back. But elsewhere along the eastern front line, Russian troops seem to be advancing. And US military aid to Ukraine has overwhelming support in Congress. But as American-made weapons go into battle, they deplete US stockpiles, potentially impacting US preparedness for other wars. Plus, we hear the story about a restaurant in small-town Vermont that's receiving a lot of attention for its excellent regional Thai cuisine.
René Brooks continues as our guest host of Distraction for ADHD Awareness Month with an in-depth conversation about neurodiversity and Black men. René is joined by John Hazelwood, a mental health advocate and awesome human who is using his voice and experiences to help others. In this conversation John shares some intimate details about his personal mental health journey and speaks about the importance of finding a safe space with people you can relate to. John also stresses the necessity of expressing, not suppressing, your emotions as the pair talk about some of the intricacies of being a Black man with ADHD. John on Twitter: @j0n_j0n John on Instagram: @adhd_j0nj0n ADHD Mens Support Group on Instagram This Episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It's the college of choice for students who learn differently. Learn more at http://www.lcdistraction.org Ths Classic Episode was originally released on 10-19-21
We're joined today by chef Peter Hoffman—of the legendary New York City restaurant Savoy, and then of others—to discuss his career and first book.To get featured recipes, subscribe to our Substack today.Today's Guest: Peter HoffmanPeter Hoffman was the chef-owner of Savoy, the farm-to-table eatery in New York City's SoHo neighborhood he opened in 1990 and that upended ideas about fine dining at the time.Savoy ran for two decades before Peter shut the doors in 2011. (His other restaurants closed in subsequent years, with the final one shuttering in 2016.) During its tenure, Savoy was one of the first U.S. restaurants to champion seasonal, local cuisine; dishes typically relied heavily on and were inspired by the produce Peter would find at the Union Square Greenmarket, where he became a fixture. (A typical greeting between farmer & chef at the greenmarket: “What's good?”)As a child growing up in New Jersey, Peter was introduced to an array of diverse foods. Both of his parents were home cooks—his mother more so than his father—and they inspired him to get comfortable in the kitchen. His mom taught him to read and follow recipes with the Joy of Cooking. And his housekeeper, Hortence, taught him the beauty of butter, an ingredient that gets a whole chapter in his new book. Peter got his start working in kitchens at a Vermont resort after his construction job there ended. As he got more and more excited about a path in food, he trained under several renowned cooks, including Richard Olney. He traveled to Japan to learn and, one summer, even ran a small fish market. Peter says that learning from these chefs and experiences taught him the beauty of local geographies and the ingredients they provide.His first book, What's Good: A Memoir in 14 Ingredients, is expressive of this type of thinking. It's part memoir, part cookbook, and features 14 chapters each named after an ingredient that fueled the forward-thinking menus at Savoy. Filled with anecdotes and stories about running a restaurant and his slow-food philosophy, Peter says the book is not just a tribute to the many relationships he formed with farmers, cooks, and the broader community, but it is also a tribute to his journey to discover what seasonality means.Get Cooking: Bookshop | Omnivore Books (signed)!We've got a great episode for you today—Peter shares some stories like those that fill the pages of his book with us, stresses the importance of simplicity and sustainability, and reflects on what the past two years have meant for the restaurant industry. And, as always, we put him to the test in our signature culinary game!Featured Recipes This WeekPaid subscribers to the Salt + Spine Substack get access to two featured recipes from What's Good this week: Susan's Peach Raspberry Pie (that's Peter's wife, Susan), and Peter's Zhoug. Subscribe today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#063: Dairy farmer Earl Ransom, who owns and operates Strafford Creamery along with his wife Amy, recalls the history of the organic milk market in Vermont. Here he shares the good price times, the bad price times, and how corporate interests and ownership came in and engineered the market to their liking. Although Earl and Amy bottle their milk on the farm and sell direct to customers, they are not immune to the market trends that keep prices low and farmers underpaid.Earl Ransom grew up at Strafford Creamery, a 600-acre organic dairy farm that produces 6 types of milk in glass bottles, including chocolate and old-fashioned cream line, half-and-half, and a dozen (very popular!) ice cream flavors. Breeding, tending, and milking Guernsey cows, Earl and his wife Amy are well known throughout the Vermont organic dairy farming community for their knowledge of cow care, rotational grazing, and crop management.To watch a video version of this podcast with access to the full transcript and links relevant to our conversation, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/earl-ransom-big-dairy-exploits-small-farms-episode-sixty-threeThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce, and pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs from products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be, but that the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing the ability for small farms who adhere to the law to stay in business. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but still paying a premium price. And the lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000 Real Friends:https://www.realorganicproject.org/real-organic-friends/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/
Vermont voters have some big decisions to make this year. In today's Congressional Corner, WAMC's Ian Pickus continues his conversation with Vermont Democratic Senate candidate Isaac Evans-Frantz. This interview was recorded April 28.
Hour 3 - Happy Monday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The Biden job approval numbers are underwater in all but four states. The latest poll found that Biden is seeing a positive net approval rating in Vermont, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Hawaii. Nick breaks down the ethnicity of those who took the latest Civiqs poll. The headquarters of a pro-life organization in Wisconsin was set on fire on Sunday morning. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Sunday said a run for president is “on the table” for 2024.
This week I'm talking to Les Velez about his book 'The Unknown Other: and the Existential Proposition of Alien Contact'.A look at how OPUS, the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support came about to help people with their paranormal experiences and the paranormal phenomenon of Alien Contact and the physiological and psychological characteristics along with the latest UAP information presented by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.BioLes Velez is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. Beginning in September of 1970 he served in the US Army as a field artillery officer and, upon his honorable discharge, joined Luscombe Engineering, a Silicon Valley based manufacturer's representative company and was vice president until his retirement in 2017. In 1991, Les joined MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network, and has held the following positions: Field investigator, Training coordinator for field investigators, the Assistant State Director in Northern California, Chairman of MUFON's Abduction Experiencer Research Committee, and team leader of the Abduction Response Team and presently holds the position of research consultant for the Experiencer Resource Team. He presented at the MUFON Symposium in Denver in 2009 on the proper procedures to use in an abduction investigation. In 1991, he started facilitating an abduction support group in San Jose, California, and in 1994 co-founded OPUS, the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support.He has appeared on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Knapp, KGRA Phenomenon Radio with Linda Moulton Howe and John Burroughs, Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade, Open Minds Radio with Alejandro Rojas, UFONAUT Radio with Jesse Randolph, Erica Lukes, Tim Weisberg on Midnight.FM and various local public access TV productions.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B099R218QP/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0https://www.opusnetwork.org/http://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast
Life insurance can be good business? It sure can! Meet Carey Earle, President of Bluestone Life - not your grandparents' life insurance company. Learn about Bluestone - they're a B Corp, Public Benefit Corporation, AND 1% for the Planet member (!); how Carey's personal values overlap with Bluestone's, and how she prioritized those values when finding her next career move (and ended up at a company whose mission includes protecting community and planet). Throw in a couple of great quotes: “Education is expensive, no matter how you get it.” – Ernest Leigh Earle, Carey's grandfather, a Vermont dairy farmer and sage “Mistakes are gemstones that help us become better people” -Carey Earle …and you've got another powerful example of doing (good) business!
Once upon a time we thought Jack of All Graves was gonna be a horror movie podcast. It is not. But sometimes we just have to go all in on talking about the thing that brought us together. After a lil’ chat about being buried alive, we deep dive into the best and worst things about TV and movies, with much Sam Raimi celebration. Lots of timestamps here to tailor your experience. Highlights: [0:00] CoRri talks about being buried alive. Not personally. But the concept. [18:19] Mark’s in a good headspace, CoRri’s anxious, but CoRri has some anxiety-reducing tips for those prone to procrastination [25:20] We’re gonna stream the Evil Dead videogame! Watch us on our YouTube on Saturday, May 14th! 2-4pm GMT, 9am-1pm EST, and then again at 8pm GMT, 3pm EST! [28:44] We’re talking about movies and TV this week. Time stamps coming for each discussion! [31:39] Mark finished Ozark, so we talk about how shows are made now and the obnoxious tendency to split up seasons [36:20] CoRri explains why true crime drama and docuseries are getting tiresome [50:24] We watched some noir-esque movies, which has us talking about why we love that style so much — even though other people don’t seem to agree. [62:30] CoRri watched a couple classics for the first time: Duel and Sleepaway Camp. [69:00] The House That Jack Built helps CoRri put words to her feelings about sexual violence in movies that she couldn’t quite articulate last week [81:41] It’s Dr. Strange time! [84:30] Spoilers abound! Stuff we referenced: Timothy Clark Smith Was So Afraid Of Death He Got A Grave With A Window – Indie88 A window to the deceased: Vermont Doctor buried with window to his coffin due to phobia | WRGB Grave of Timothy Clark Smith – New Haven, Vermont – Atlas Obscura 4 People Who Were Buried Alive (And How They Got Out) | Mental Floss Was Essie Dunbar Discovered Alive in the Coffin During Her Funeral? | Snopes.com Woman ‘buried alive tried to fight way out of coffin for 11 days’, family say | The Independent | The Independent Traditional Irish wakes – Drinks, pranks, games, and songs Traditions of an Irish Wake People Feared Being Buried Alive So Much They Invented These Special Safety Coffins | Sponsored | Smithsonian Magazine What Are the Actual Chances of Being Buried Alive? ‹ Literary Hub
Episode 213 - Erica Anderson-Senter. Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Erica Anderson-Senter. Erica Anderson-Senter lives and writes in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She teaches high school English and Creative Writing. Her first full length collection, Midwestern Poet's Incomplete Guide to Symbolism, is available through EastOver Press. Her work has also appeared in Tinderbox Poetry Journal, the once CrabFat Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, Off the Coast, and Dialogist among others. Her chapbook, seven days now, was published by The Dandelion Review. Erica hosts free literary events throughout her city to bring poetry to the public. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing through the Writing Seminars at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Buy book: Midwestern Poet's Incomplete Guide To Symbolism https://eastoverpress.com/books/poetry/a-midwestern-poets-incomplete-guide-to-symbolism/ https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781934894675 https://www.amazon.com/Midwestern-Poets-Incomplete-Guide-Symbolism/dp/1934894672 Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/ericaann/ https://www.tiktok.com/@oldladybingbong https://twitter.com/tinytoadstool Note: Guests create their own bio description for each episode. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is listener supported! The easiest way to donate is via the Venmo app and you can donate to (at symbol) CuriosityHour (Download app here: venmo.com) The Curiosity Hour Podcast is available free on 13 platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, Soundcloud, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Podbean, PlayerFM, Castbox, and Pocket Casts. Disclaimers: The Curiosity Hour Podcast may contain content not suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion advised. The views and opinions expressed by the guests on this podcast are solely those of the guest(s). These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Curiosity Hour Podcast. This podcast may contain explicit language. The Public Service Announcement near the end of the episode solely represents the views of Tommy and Dan and not our guests or our listeners. Tommy and Dan requested and were provided with a review copy of the book in preparation for interviewing Erica. Thank you to the publisher and Erica for providing us with these books.
We sit down with one of the most impressive athletes I have every researched and oh ya her son in 5 time Fittest on Earth Mat Fraser! We talk about her amateur and Pro figure skating days and the inovations her and her husband Don brought to the sport, we talk about being a doctor, and a mother and how that can blend together. Mat is one tough competitor and he gets it straight from his Rock Star Mom! Check out this bonus Mother's Day Edition of The Clydesdale Fitness & Friends
Maryland proved they are absolute monsters with their statement win over Rutgers on Saturday in the Big Ten Championship. Logan Wisnauskas and company are good all over the field and Maryland locked up the #1 seed without question. Georgetown made a solid argument as to why they deserve the #2 seed by capping their 1 loss season with a win over Villanova. Despite only winning by 2 goals, the game was never in question. We'll also talk about Manhattan's win over St. Bonaventure in the MAAC title game. We'll touch on Vermont defeating UMBC in the America East title game. We'll also talk about Richmond over Jacksonville, Robert Morris over Utah and a bunch more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support
https://slasrpodcast.com/ Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week joined by Kristina Folcik of Rockhopper Races to talk about mountain running and races in the White Mountains. We also talk about Starlink, White Mountain Hotels, Serial Killers and recent search in Rescue news. About Kristina and Rockhopper Races Rockhopper Website About Kristina Race Lineup Topics Starlink has arrived Arlette Laan - National Scenic Trails Hotels and Resorts - Fires and Renovations Concord Murders and NH Serial Killer Theory NH Fish and Game is hiring Conservation Officers More Hiking Pole research Black Bears in Connecticut Big Agnes is now selling backpacks Coffee and Sponsors Listener Hike of the Week - North Percy Recent Hikes Guest of the Week - Kristina from Rockhopper Recent Search and Rescue News Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Starlink About Arlette Apple Pie's IG Red Jacket Burns in North Conway The Balsams Update Concord Couple Murder update Serial Killer in NH Scientific Article on Hiking Poles Black bear breaks into car in CT Big Agnes is moving into the ultralight backpack space Poachers busted in Vermont and New Hampshire Lost hiker in flip flops found by using smoke signal
It's Casual Friday! Sam and Emma host Heather Digby Parton, contributing writer at Salon.com and proprietor of the blog Hullabaloo, to round up the week in news. Then, Sam and Emma are joined by Russ Feingold, President of the American Constitution Society and former United States Senator from Wisconsin to discuss the leaked Supreme Court Roe V. Wade opinion. Digby, Sam, and Emma get right into this leak as the culmination of the saga of neoconservatism starting with Reagan, looking back over the last three decades on how the democrats' insisted on making more room for the GOP's fundamentalist values, completely misunderstanding what fundamentalism is, and the impossibility of appeasing it. This brings them to the Democratic leadership, looking at their complete lapse in understanding the fight they are supposedly up again, from going soft on pro-life arguments in the early aughts to suddenly being faced with a clear cut outcome, yet still “scrambling” for what to do, likely to resort to the only tactic they do commit to: fundraising. After briefly touching on the state of the undemocratic institutions that are the Supreme Court and US Senate, Sam, Emma, and Digby take on the likelihood of a national ban coming from a Republican majority legislature, as well as the other mass changes to the US constitution we can expect, from Plessy v. Ferguson to Gov. Abbott's recent challenge to teaching migrants. Then, Russ Feingold brings up the idea of this being a product of a Republican Party led by Donald Trump, versus it as a culmination of anti-choice rhetoric starting with Reagan, looking to the complete lack of precedent for such a decision, and diving into Feingold's relationship to the Supreme Court. They wrap up their discussion by diving into the American Consitution Society's method for recruiting and evaluating potential judicial nominees, from lower circuits to the Supreme Court. Sam and Emma also discuss Joe Biden's Senate as a filibuster-controlled wing of the legislature, California's attempt to be an abortion refuge, and Louisiana's attempt to ban abortion after fertilization. They also touch on updates from Ukraine and Mariupol and dive into the political implication of the SCOTUS leak. And in the Fun Half: Sam dives into his waiting experience, Emma reflects on early movie-viewing experiences, and the crew dives into Tim Pool's reaction to the Roe v. Wade decision, including his insistence on refusing to side with Democrats' stance of letting abortion run rampant. Chris Smalls appears on Bloomberg and gives Amazon shareholders worldwide heart attacks, and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh goes on MSNBC to assuage any worries of the Biden Administration actually following through on their campaign promises to move against union-busting. Ron Johnson dives into a whole new vaccines-cause-AIDs theory, and gets challenged when it comes to the nuances. Greg Gutfeld celebrates Donald Trump's ability to punch up on illegal immigrants and reporters with disabilities, plus, your IMs! 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