The fate of the 32 beagle puppies living at INOTIV Labs in Mt. Vernon is unknown. They were supposed to be euthanized yesterday and today... Astound says it's going to make good for all those outages as it transitioned from WOW... Mead Johnson's parent company says it's doing its part to alleviate the baby formula shortage... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Toni and Jenny continue their road trip, this time landing in Mt. Vernon, Ohio a little town northeast of Columbus. They find themselves with Benji Ballmer, the Dave Matthew's-loving Dad & owner of YellowBird Foodshed. Yellowbird is an innovative food company that works with over 100 food growers and producers from Ohio to bring the food they grow and harvest to the surrounding community. Some people would call them a CSA (community supported agriculture) but Benji prefers to call his business a foodshed, which is a term used to describe a region of food flows, from the area where it is produced, to the place where it is consumed, including: the land it grows on, the route it travels, the markets it passes through, and the tables it ends up on. He has hit the mark with Yellowbird and has a WHOLE LOT to say about local food and decentralizing our current food system. He gives the PATHPod ladies much to consider and will have anyone who gives this a listen wondering about the origins of the food they eat. Check out Yellowbird or follow them on Instagram at yellowbirdfoodshed and then consider checking into a similar organization in the community where you reside.
An 18-year-old Vernon, CT girl is dropped off at a 7-Eleven convenience store near her home, never to be seen alive again. Could her case be related to the missing girls of Paper Ghosts? In this special two-part Crossing the Line episode, Phelps brings Patty Luce's family members the answers they've been waiting 44 years for--including the name of her killer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The outlook is bright for the Texas dairy industry. The Texas A&M AgriLife facility near Vernon was damaged by recent tornado. One agricultural enterprise you may not think of here in Texas is turfgrass production. A dry spring continues on the Texas Rolling Plains. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Drew and I discuss how important play and creativity are for child development. We discuss the merits of Lego freestyle versus kits, getting kids off screens, the importance of telling and reading stories together and much more! You can find more about Drew and Tonie Time here: LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/drewvernon Twitter FB - Official Page - https://www.facebook.com/tonies.us Fan Community group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/770345047091102 Tonies for Teachers Community group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/736030273737701 IG @tonies.us YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/toniesUS Tonie Time podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tonie-time/id1613429123 Childhood podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/qa/podcast/childhood/id1548516281
Welcome to GLIDE Memorial Church's “Tiny Celebrations,” the mini-podcast highlighting the inspirational words and music from our Sunday Celebration.In this special episode for mother's day, Musical Driector Vernon Bush and The Glide Ensemble sing the song "Trouble In My Way" and Vernon's mother, Minister Florence R. Bush reads the poem "Dare To Be Yourself" by Else Robinson.Please support the music, the art, and the message of GLIDE Memorial Church. Please donate today. https://www.glide.org/igive/
Is tokenization the future of real estate investing? Vernon J., the founder and CEO of EquityCoin, discusses the potential of blockchain technology in the real estate industry. He emphasizes the importance of community, explaining that a token is similar to stock and that before launching a token, it is important to have credibility and a track record of success. He goes on to say that this is the next frontier in blockchain technology, and regular companies will be able to tokenize their assets and share the profits with their shareholders. He also mentions that tokenization provides the infrastructure for quick transactions, just like with stocks on the stock market. [00:01 - 04:42] Behind EquityCoin Combating two issues in the commercial real estate market Lack of funding available to underserved communities High cost of traditional financing Removing the bureaucracy and the middlemen [04:43 - 14:06] Blockchain Technology and Tokenization of Assets Blockchain begins and ends with community Creating empowerment ecosystems Building trust and having a good track record Security tokens are actually backed by a company and by assets and are bound by SEC rules and regulations Soon, every company is going to have a tokenized component of their business Build things in a place of credibility and not hype [14:07 - 17:04] The Tokenization Movement Vernon on what they are working on right now Being a missing link between the developer and the community Empowering and helping developers and leaders to tokenize through EquityShare [17:05 - 18:51] Closing Segment Think about blockchain technology as the internet of accounting Reach out to Vernon! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “I think blockchain technology is providing a solution where you're kind of removing the middleman. You can remove lawyers, you can remove different people in that ecosystem or in that cycle that is kind of like superfluous.” - Vernon J. “I would say, before all of that, it's a track record. It's making sure that you have credibility in the game and skin in the game.” - Vernon J. “When you think about blockchain technology, it's the basis of cryptocurrency. It's the basis of security token. It's the basis of NFTs. It is the underlying technology behind it.” - Vernon J. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Vernon! Follow him and EquityCoin on Instagram! Visit the EquityCoin website to know more about blockchain and real estate. Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → email@example.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Vernon J. 00:00 I want to be able to delineate between a cryptocurrency and a security token, because when people hear blockchain they go right to Bitcoin. Oh, you're talking about that Bitcoin thing right? But that's the wrong way to think about it. You know, when you think about blockchain technology, it's the basis of cryptocurrency. It's the basis of security token is the basis of NFTs. It is the underlying technology behind it. Intro 00:25 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson 00:37 Vernon J. is the founder and CEO of EquityCoin, the first digital token backed by affordable housing. Since 2006, Vernon has facilitated over $160 million in commercial real estate transactions. And I actually think that number is probably closer to 200. At this point, Vernon, welcome to the show. Vernon J. 00:54 Sam, thank you so much for having me. I'm excited. I'm thrilled to be here to talk about, you know, not only EquityCoin, but also giving general pointers in general gems about how to scale commercial real estate, which is near and dear to my heart so... Sam Wilson 01:08 I love it. Man, I love it 90 seconds or less? Where do you start? Where are you now how'd you get there, Vernon J. 01:12 Started in Brooklyn, went to Massachusetts for high school and college. Then I came to LA, now I'm in LA area, had my grassroots, had my teeth in New York, you know, like they say, you know, you start in New York, you can go anywhere. And I truly believe that. And now I'm on the West Coast, you know, doing the same thing, just trying to create more opportunities. Sam Wilson 01:32 You've spent a lot of time in commercial real estate scaling commercial real estate, but you've kind of taken a left turn, or shall we say, a spin on what you saw in the market? What need did you see in the marketplace? And then how are you solving it? Vernon J. 01:46 So you know, Sam, I've been blessed man. And I've been blessed to work with family offices throughout my career, you know, wealthy individuals, you know, developers, and what I've noticed, I've actually noticed two things. Throughout my journey. And throughout my career, I've noticed that there's a handful of families and people and individuals and companies that own the lion's share, the most of the real estate in these large cities. Second thing that I've noticed is that when I get financing for my clients, they're doing workforce housing, maybe it's 200 units, or, you know, they're doing a new development, it's actually exponentially easier to get funding for those types of projects than it is to go to a community that may be in blight, or maybe underserved, that really needs the funding. It's exponentially harder to get financing for projects in those neighborhoods and in those communities. So I created EquityCoin, as a way to combat both of those scenarios. So that one, I can create, use the blockchain as a mechanism to allow thousands of people within the communities that we own properties to own the assets, but not only that, be able to, you know, combat or kind of replace the bank in the sense where they're not really providing funding in those communities. So I'm saying you know what, I can come in, I can create this infrastructure, where the community can come together and replace the bank, and actually be another component of the capital stack if we can't completely replace the bank. So that's EquityCoin. In a nutshell, we started in the East New York section of Brooklyn with portfolio of assets over there. And we're expanding to North Miami and South Los Angeles. Sam Wilson 03:25 So if you had your way, it sounds like you'd like to just replace the bank entirely. And you guys would just come in as a pure equity partner in these deals. Vernon J. 03:33 That's right. That's the big idea. You know, where we are right now, I think there will be a need for a mixture within the capital stack to have some financing. But I think, you know, for all intents and purposes, the grand vision is to be able to replace, you know, those centralized organizations that they're convoluted with so much bureaucracy, you when you get your funding, you've ended up paying so much more than I think you need to pay. And I think blockchain technology is providing a solution, where you're kind of removing the middleman, you can remove lawyers, you can remove different people in that ecosystem or in that cycle that is kind of like superfluous. Sam Wilson 04:12 Yeah. I love the idea of blockchain. I love the potentials it has for a lot of industries, especially the real estate industry. It's which is just I don't think I'm telling you anything new, so disjointed in the way that deals get packaged up and done. I mean, title searches alone will just tell you that there's a lot of room for improvement. Are we actually reading a scanned document that was handwritten in 1895? We are reading, okay, great. Just want to make sure it's illegible. I mean, that's the type of stuff we're dealing with. And this will help solve that. But talk to me more practically about the nuances of launching a coin, of getting investors to trust that coin, then having that money then get deployed into the right projects. That's a lot of moving steps. Can you break that down for us? Vernon J. 04:57 Yeah, for sure. It is in everything on the back. blockchain begins and ends with community, right? So if it weren't for the fact that I've been building a community of stakeholders within the East New York section of Brooklyn, and, you know, 2014, I purchased eastnewyork.com, with my family. And that is the go-to place for everything dealing with East New York, the community, it doesn't matter if you're running for office, local office, if you're building a new development, you're opening up a new store, opening up a new business, whatever it is, all roads lead through eastnewyork.com. And we have over 30,000 members who are stakeholders within the community. So we've spent years developing and harnessing the trust within the community so that they trust who we are, they trust know what we're about. And the idea behind it is to create empowerment ecosystems, right, so where we not only own the media aspect of it, but then we also own the real estate. And we also are connected politically, we're also connected, you know, with all the stakeholders within the communities, I would say that's where it starts, because none of where we are today would have been possible without first building out the community. And then it's also credibility, right? I've got 16 years of experience in the real estate market as a CEO of EquityCoin. So I think when we think about blockchain, we think about this technology, it's not a way where you just come in and you're, all of a sudden, you can create this billion-dollar company or multi-million dollar industry, I think what is required is a credibility and kind of like the steps to take with any business, you know, that you have. So I use blockchain as a way to create more efficiencies in what we do. Right. And I think that's how we need to think about it. Because most of these companies that are coming today are doing really well with blockchain technology, they already have a track record of success. I would say before all of that it's a track record, it's making sure that you have credibility in the game and skin in the game. Sam Wilson 06:56 Yeah, that makes a heck of a lot of sense. It is an add-on to your business. It is not the creation of a new business is what I'm hearing. Vernon J. 07:03 That's right. And when you're creating a token, it's similar to creating stock, right? It's very similar in that I want to for the audience, say I want to be able to delineate between a cryptocurrency and a security token, because when people hear blockchain, they go right to Bitcoin. Oh, you're talking about that Bitcoin thing, right. But that's the wrong way to think about it. You know, when you think about blockchain technology, it's the basis of cryptocurrency, it's the basis of security token. It's the basis of NFTs. It is the underlying technology behind it. So a cryptocurrency similar to $1, right? Or the yen, or the euro is not an investment where you believe, don't get a promise of a return from a currency. And that's an important factor when you're dealing with the SEC. But when you have a security token, like EquityCoin, security token is actually backed by a company, it's actually backed by assets. And that's different components of blockchain technology. And that's where we feel is the next horizon, regular companies are going to be able to tokenize their assets, tokenize their company, and allow other people to come in and share the fruits of that labor. One more thing, Sam is like 20 years ago, when the internet was starting to bubble up, right? 20-25 years ago, if you had a website, as a company, you are hot stuff, even simply having a website kind of gave you a competitive advantage, you know, with your peers. But now today, you can go to GoDaddy, Squarespace, you can create your website within five minutes and a pretty comprehensive site, you know. And back then, in order to develop a site, you needed an HTML guy, you needed a PHP guy, it was costly. But again, today, it has become commoditized. So I think we're in that same space with tokenization. Tokenization, today, EquityCoin is a tokenized company. It's a hot-button topic. And I think it's cool. But in 20 years, it's going to be commoditized, you're going to be able, every company is going to be using Blockchain or having a tokenized component of their business, it's no longer going to be a novelty, but more of like a necessity, and more like what you need to do in the business. So I think right now, if you're tokenizing your company, it better have a utility, it better have some sort of advantage. You know, you're not just tokenizing for the sake of tokenization. That's an important piece to interject it. Sam Wilson 09:26 Appreciate you taking the time to really give some clarity around the difference between crypto security tokens, NFT's, all of that. So you took the step you created EquityCoin, right? You did that, and then I know you said you kind of piggyback that on eastnewyork.com. So you said hey, you started go out to your network. What do people do? Do they just trade their dollars for EquityCoin? How does that work? That's right, Vernon J. 09:49 So you're trading your fiat currency or it could be a cryptocurrency that you might have, Etherium for example. You can trade that into EquityCoin, and now as EquityCoin holder, you're entitled to quarterly dividends that are paid out from the income from the real estate. But the beauty of tokenization of a company or a real estate or an asset is that it gives you the ability to liquidate quickly. In a normal real estate transaction, if I have 1000 investors in this investment, normally, you can't get out of your position until we sell the entire asset. Or if you find somebody who might want to purchase your shares, then we got to have to get a lawyer involved. Sam Wilson 10:27 200 pages later, we've traded money. Vernon J. 10:29 Later, now we finally transferred, but with blockchain and with tokenization, it provides the infrastructure for you to be able to transact as if you were on the NASDAQ or the Russell but you can be a company that maybe only has $10 million in assets or $20 million in assets. But now you can trade as if you were, you know, publicly-traded or similar to a REIT. Sam Wilson 10:50 What are the securities considerations around this? I mean, this seems like it's an ever-evolving landscape where it's like, oh, one day you can do this. And oh, the next day yo, is 10 million bucks. Because you made a mistake, buddy. I mean, you see this stuff in the news all the time. How are you navigating that landscape? Vernon J. 11:06 Right. So here's the things, Sam, when you have increased freedom, you have increased responsibility, right. And when you're talking about cryptocurrency, if you own your crypto, and again, there's a difference between cryptocurrency and security tokens, right. But if you own your cryptocurrency, and you have it on an exchange, or you have it on your hard wallet, which I like to use ledger for the audience if they're interested, but you own that, and you are in full control of that. So if somebody steals your keys, your wallet, keys or somehow hacks you, there's no, you know, authority you can go to because that is kind of like the essence of the cryptocurrency world that you don't have ownership, right. But on the flip side, you've got security tokens. And since security tokens are bound by SEC rules and regulations, I'll give you an example one of my token holders lost their keys to their wallet. So we had to replenish, we had to burn their previous tokens, and then replenish their new tokens. This is something that's required with the SEC. This is again, Sam, why I believe that the tokenization of companies and security tokens as a whole is on the horizon is on the cusp of something big because I think people are looking for that balance. They want some security, but then they also want some freedom, and they want it in the middle at this moment. And I think security tokens brings those dynamics to the table. Sam Wilson 12:31 Yeah, and I think that is an interesting difference between a cryptocurrency and a security token, and that you as the sponsor can issue those security tokens. What have you found on the implementation side of it? Like I know, it's touted as, Hey, these are things that make it easy, we can have 10,000 investors each put in $1. And it's no more work than if I had one investor for $10,000. It's all the same. So I've been told, I don't know, because I don't do this. Is that true? Vernon J. 12:58 Again, Sam, it all comes back to community, right? Have you created that trust within your community or are you just creating this token out of thin air with no credibility and saying, hey, I want to do this big idea. And now people are investing in that idea. But then they don't have the complete trust. So if they don't have the trust in you, or in the project, it becomes a lot more cloud. And I've seen projects kind of falter, because they've kind of built things from a place of hype. When you build something from a place of hype, it's easy to crumble, it's easy to come down. Everybody listening to this, you know, if you're thinking about tokenization, if you're thinking about, you know, using blockchain technology, you know, tap into your credibility of what makes you great, and what makes you unique, because that combined with blockchain technology is super powerful. Sam Wilson 13:47 Right. And I think one of the takeaways from this is to demystify some of it is that it isn't the recreation of a new business, it's a different way of doing business. Same thing we were doing before, it's a different way of doing it. That brings just some new communication, some new potential ease of implementation to the operator to the investors, but it's not, it's still the same actual business. Last question for you, I think I might have more, is on the how you guys are selecting projects. I know you're one of your big pushes the affordable housing side, I'm assuming you guys put the money together and then go out and find quality operators to work with or are you guys as well doing the projects yourself? Vernon J. 14:27 So for EquityCoin, we are doing the projects ourselves. We actually have a call this afternoon with a developer in Brooklyn who's doing a $250 million development, and they're looking to equity coin to be a part of their capital stack so that we can bring the community in so they can own a piece of the asset. They own a piece of this new development because they're getting a lot of pushback from the community because the community said hey, you guys are coming into our neck of the woods from outside and you're not even giving an opportunity for people within the community to own a piece of this right? So now you know EquityCoin can come in and be that missing link from, you know, that bridge between the community and the developer. That's one component. The other. Another big thing that we're working on right now is a system called EquityShare. And what we envision an equity share to be is sort of like the coin base for real estate tokens. And we want to empower other community developers and leaders, you know, like myself all over the country who are looking to tokenize and create a token for their movement. So we can actually help them with the infrastructure of legal compliance, you know, the smart contract, you know, all the SEC, FINRA, making sure that they are breeding a holistic approach to tokenization. And now on equity share, you know, we'll have 100 different tokens that are backed by other assets. It can be a student housing token, it could be a retail token, it could be Amazon warehouse token, Airbnb token, you know, the options are endless. But I think what's important is having the right infrastructure. And again, like I said, before, when the internet started, it was hard to create a website, it was costly. Now you do it in five minutes. And right now, if you want to create a token, it's pretty costly. If you want to create a comprehensive token that has rate network, bring working in the smart contract, but in five to 10 years, you're going to be able to do that, in a snap of a finger. And for EquityShare. Our goal is to get there pretty quickly. So we can, yeah. Sam Wilson 14:41 If you were taking a stab at what the cost is right now to develop a quality token, what do you think that is? Vernon J. 16:32 I would say a minimum of 100,000, minimum of 100,000. Because if you look at our balance sheet, most of our capital goes towards compliance, right? So making sure that the token is created in a way that is congruent and consistent with SEC rules and regulations. You know, that's one piece of it. But then also, you've got to make sure that you have the KYC AML. So know your customer, anti-money laundering, these are all things that need to be baked in so that you can avoid fraudsters on your system. It all comes together, I would say about 100 G's. Sam Wilson 17:03 Right. Got it. Man, Vernon, I love what you're doing. I love your mission. And I love the way you're taking it down. That's absolutely awesome. I mean, and just the idea of you building eastnewyork.com and then coming in and just augmenting that with obviously, blockchain technology, security tokens, all that stuff. And thanks for taking the time to really explain that I think you explain in a very clear way that for a lot of us, myself included, it's commonly like I think I get it but not quite sure. So thank you. Vernon J. 17:32 Let me leave you with this sample. When I explained blockchain technology, I tried to explain it as the internet of accounting, right? When you start thinking about it like that, it's like okay, you know, you've got it's simply a ledger, and it's a ledger that can't be disrupted, can't be you, know, messed with. And when you have that, you create this trustless society where you now can, every transaction that you make on the blockchain is recorded and recorded forever as long as you have an internet connection. Yeah. Sam Wilson 17:59 That makes a heck of a lot of sense. Vernon, if our listeners want to get in touch with you what is the best way to do that? Vernon J. 18:05 Best way is most likely Instagram. My Instagram is @vpeso and then also Instagram @equitycoin, follow our journey. We just did a filming for PBS. So we're going to be in their next segment for their Nova documentary series. Really cool. So look out for that in November. Sam Wilson 18:22 Awesome, man. Vernon. Thank you again for your time. I do appreciate it. Vernon J. 18:24 Sam. Thanks a lot, bro. Sam Wilson 18:25 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. 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Cotton traders are closely watching the Texas weather. One of the most prized assets at the Texas A&M AgriLife facility near Vernon is the peanut sheller. Getting your paperwork in order should be a priority before putting rural Texas land on the market. It's time to think about pinkeye in cattle. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
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In 1936 the Massachusetts State Police reported that the Vernon Dam had burst. Radio stations broadcast the news and phone lines were jammed with frantic callers. Turner's Falls began evacuating the local hospital. Here's the story...
On today's show: Vernon catches up with Roser and the two of them discuss last night's Game 4 performance and Dillon's shot selection. John Hollinger also swings by to offer his thoughts on the series, the airport upgrades, and more. (start) Grizzlies Game 4 performance (8:00) The Dillon dilemma (44:00) John Hollinger (45:00) Grizz w/o Ja (51:00) Tyus and Kyle's game 4 performance (54:00) More Dillon Brooks (58:00) What we have learned about Grizz/Warriors in the series? (1:04:00) Warriors keying in on Desmond Bane (1:07:00) Jordan Poole's a product of the system? (1:14:00) What's next for the Grizz franchise? (1:18:00) contract decisions (1:22:00) Mavs v. Suns series (1:23:00) 76ers v. HEAT (1:25:00) Bucks v. Celtics (1:32:00) Can Grizz force Game 6? Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
For a man who couldn't read or write, the Westray mine offered him a well paying job when there were few available. And thirty years later, the memories of that place and the people he worked with are still with Vernon Theriault. He was able to turn his anger at the company into action by lobbying the Federal Government for what ended up being Bill C-45, the Westray Bill. Although he says there hasn't been justice for the 26 men who died, he continues to fight for worker safety. The co-author of Westray: My Journey from Darkness to Light and the recipient of the Medal of Bravery, Theriault says he's inspired by their memories. And everyone deserves to be able to go home to their loved ones at the end of the workday. We open and close the conversation by discussing E.B. Anderson's new song about the tragedy called 26 Ghosts.
Ian Sacks is a sports journalism master's student at Arizona State's Walter Cronkite School. He graduated from Iona College in 2016 and announced several Gaels games on ESPN3/ESPN+. The Mt. Vernon, NY, native also announced games for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, the New York Mets' Double-A affiliate, and spent two years as a news producer. He recently wrote an article about the officiating journey and interviewed other officials and myself. In this episode we discuss how officials move up to higher levels, the NBA grassroots process, and having a competitive fire while still exemplifying great partnering.
I remember there were a lot of young men my age who were envious of the people who got good paying jobs at Westray. And now , even though it's been 30 years since the tragedy, there are people like Vernon Theriault who will never stop fighting for work place safety.
NOTE: Our main Twitter account for Patrick Henningsen @21WIRE has been permanently deplatformed by Twitter's censorship department – so please follow and promote our official media account instead, @21stCenturyWire. This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR, with host Patrick Henningsen covering all the top stories in US, UK and internationally. This week, we'll be joined by special guest Dr Vernon Coleman to discuss his stark warning regarding the perilous creep towards World War III and why it's essential that the people really engage with this issue now. Also, we'll connect with the Sunday Wire's roving correspondent for culture & sport, Basil Valentine, for a look at the state of the world through his unique lens. All this and much more. Featured Music by Walk-On Army & Utility Watch & Join ACR's Spring Donation Drive, "Shilling for Sanity": https://youtu.be/TyQv1JL78Eg Watch this week's Sunday Screening, 'Crimea for Dummies' (2014): https://21stcenturywire.com/2022/05/08/sunday-screening-crimea-for-dummies-2014-2/ GET YOUR COPY OF NEW DAWN MAGAZINE'S MAY-JUNE ISSUE: https://21w.co/nd192 GET 'LUV'IN THE OLD NORMAL' T-SHIRTS HERE: https://21w.co/old-normal JOIN OUR TELEGRAM CHANNEL HERE: https://t.me/My21wire SUPPORT OUR MEDIA PLATFORM HERE: https://21w.co/support SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A MEMBER @21WIRE.TV: https://21wire.tv The Sunday Wire with Patrick Henningsen broadcasts LIVE on Alternate Current Radio SUNDAY 5pm-8pm UK Time, 12pm-3pm EST (US), 9am-12pm PST (US) at: http://alternatecurrentradio.com http://thesundaywire.com
A few weeks ago, Melina Schein of Vernon, B.C., won the final challenge of a new competitive reality show called Wall of Bakers, earning $10,000 as the episode's best amateur baker. Her signature dish was a New York–style black and white cookie with an egg cream drink, harkening back to her childhood growing up in New York. But Schein's Jewish roots go back further. Born in Argentina to the children of Holocaust survivors, she moved to New York to study opera at the Juilliard School before leaving for small-city British Columbia. It was in her Okanagan home that she took up baking as a pandemic pastime. That's when she donned the title of the Saucy Soprano, posting photos of her baked goods, videos of herself singing and near-nudes snapped behind slices of matzah and super-long challah loaves. Schein joins to talk about her time on reality TV and where her career will take her next. What we talked about: Visit her website, thesaucysoprano.com Watch Israel's torch-lighting ceremony on Mount Herzl Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Victoria Redden is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/317 Presented By: Togens Fly Shop Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Brandon Molzahn is here to knock this one out of the stillwater park. We go deep into stillwater tactics, get his top fly tying patterns for stillwater, and find out which tools for tying he loves. We explore British Columbia fly fishing a little more - find out how Brandon prepares for a new lake, what he looks for to get dialed in a certain spot, and his go-to flies to match the hatch. Brandon also talks about his experience with Togens Fly Shop the first time he made a purchase and how he got into the Togens Pro Team. We get a little insight into his dream home purchase he recently made that got me fired up. Plus, we hear Brandon play the Banjo and get a bit of a country music feel. You're going to love this one! Show Notes with Brandon Molzahn 04:05 - Brandon lives in Vernon, an hour and 15 mins Southeast of Kamloops - he was born in Kelowna, CA. 06:00 - Brian Chan was on the podcast at WFS 243 where we covered Kamloops fishing - Phil Rowley has been on the podcast a number of times 06:50 - About 200 lakes are within a 2-hour drive of Brandon that he's yet to fish 07:30 - Brandon plans to venture over into New Zealand 08:15 - Where Brandon lives, they have lower elevation ice off that hits around mid-April - then in early May to mid-May, it's Chironomid heaven around there 10:00 - Brandon tells us how he prepares for a new lake and what he looks for to match the hatch and get dialed in 13:00 - The Ruby Eyed Leech by Brian Chan is one of Brandon's go-to patterns - watch Brandon tie that pattern below 16:25 - Watch a video below to learn the Hand-Twist Retrieve below 18:35 - Brandon's got a 14ft Princecraft Yukon Boat 20:30 - Brandon uses a Scientific Angler Camo Line 22:09 - Brandon talks about the first time he reached out to Togens Fly Shop and how he got into the Togens pro team 28:40 - Brandon's been tying some Wally Wing Mayfly Spinner patterns 30:50 - With the chironomids, a super effective pattern to start the early season is Bloodworm 36:39 - BC Fisheries Stocking Report is where you can search any bodies of water that the BC is going to supply 40:00 - Brandon's Damselfly Nymphs 43:00 - Brandon talks about fishing Scuds 45:10 - Brandon follows and recommends some channels on YouTube - Sport Fishing on a Fly, BC Fly Guys, and Brian Chan videos 59:05 - Brandon plays the Banjo! Super awesome 1:03:05 - Brandon learned to play the Banjo from Jim Pankey and Banjo Ben Clerk on YouTube 1:09:45 - Brandon talks about the acreage they bought recently and it's pretty sweet what they have going there Fly Tying Patterns Conclusion with Brandon Molzahn Brandon Molzahn and I talked about fly fishing in British Columbia. We found out how Brandon prepares for a stillwater trip, the insect activity he looks for, and how he matches the hatch with his fly patterns. We got deep into his stillwater tactics, got his top fly tying patterns for stillwater, and found out the tools he uses for fly tying. Brandon talked about their new home in BC and how his family is loving it. We heard Brandon play the Banjo which is pretty sweet! This is probably my new favorite episode. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/317
This is the first episode of a new Broadway Nation mini-series that explores what I am calling, “The Other Broadway”. Today when we see or hear the word “Broadway”, we most likely think of New York's Theater District and it's 41 active theaters nestled in and around Times Square (where today 36 plays and musicals have thankfully returned to the stage!) Or that word evokes the legendary cannon of shows that have played in those theaters, most especially those great, glorious Broadway musicals that up until now have been the principal subject of this podcast. That, however, is really only part of what “Broadway” has meant to most people during the first half of the 20th Century – when Broadway was at the center of American culture. For more than 5 decades the word “Broadway” meant not just the performances in the legitimate theaters – those Plays, Musicals, and Revues. But also, or even more so, it meant the Nightlife that surrounded them. From the 1910s through the 1950s there were hundreds of cabarets, speakeasys and nightclubs crammed into the Theater District. And they epitomized “Broadway” just as much as what was happening in the theaters, In fact, the most famous songs about Broadway – those anthemic tributes that you hear on every Tony Awards show and every Broadway themed occasion such as “Give My Regards To Broadway”, “Lullaby Of Broadway” and “On Broadway” – all have lyrics that are much more about the nightlife than they are about the shows. During this series I will lead my listeners on a late night tour of Broadway's most famous hot spots including Rector's, Reisenweber's, The El Fay Club, Club Durant, Club Richman, The Hotsy Totsy Club, Club Alabam, The Silver Slipper, The Pansy Club, The Stork Club, Casa Lopez, La Conga, 21, The Parody Club, The Rainbow Room, The Latin Quarter, El Morocco, The Astor Roof, The Cotton Club (it was in Times Square for a while), Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe, The Copacabana and many more. There you will rub elbows with such stars as Vernon & Irene Castle, James Reese Europe, Sophie Tucker, Clifton Webb, George Raft, Rudolph Valentino, Gilda Gray, Texas Guinan, Ethel Waters, Florence Mills, Helen Morgan, Harry Richman, Bill Robinson, Cab Calloway, Desi Arnaz, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, Fats Waller, and Clayton, Jackson, & Durante to name only a few. However, before we venture out into the night, we need to look back to the origins of this other side of Broadway, so in this first episode I explore exactly where New York nightlife began. I hope that you enjoy it. I am now entirely obsessed and fascinated by this subject! Please let me know what you think! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Part II 2022 NFL Draft Party w Matt Donnelly/The Angry Sports Couple/Shane Manila/Chase Vernon/SuperflexDegen & Dueces Mercer!!!
WARNING: Our Podcast are recorded In the SKREETS BECAUSE WE LOVE BEING OUT CATCHING VIBES.... Come with us as we visit some Great Food & Drink spots in Baltimore MD while catching up on some much needed girl talk! … This is Booze, Brunch & Banter!On This episode we visited Unity Bar & Restaurant located in the heart of Baltimore's lively cultural district, Mt. Vernon. The intimate space packed a lot of Punch with a DJ beautiful décor and great vibes. Executive chef ______ served us some amazing food and of course Bottomless Mimosa! We have finally made it to the Season finale of BBB! First we would like to thank all our listeners for joining us on this New and sometimes rocky Journey! We will be taking a QUICK break just so we can iron out details and make the experience even better than before! Now before we leave we decided to dig in the archives of 3BG and tackle the topics we've previously discussed! Do We still feel the same from 2018 until now!?!?!? TUNE IN AND SEE!Play along with us using the hashtag #BBBSUNDAYS of course and grab your drinks Sh*t Happening on Online .... Kim K sex tape continues to show up.....50 cent still in search of his coins..... Joe Budden vs Evelyn Lozada and Meg vs tory.....again! The drink of the day: " UNIIITTTTYYYYY!!!" Use the hashtag #BBBSundays or #BoozeBrunchBanter to let us know how drunk you got and to join the conversation!As usual we don't have all the answers, We are just some online besties who just might be tipsy.... Join the conversation with your Gworls for another FUN episode.Don't forget to tag#THE3BG#BoozeBrunchBanter#BBBor jump in our comments to let us know what you think of this week's episode!Follow the hosts on social media:Kory (@kory_kisses),Mia (@reverie_free)Follow the 3BG pages:Instagram @the3bg_Facebook @the3bgAND the Unofficial Official page @BoozebrunchBanters Wanna start your own podcast??!?! Let us help you! Click this Link to Join Buzzsprout AND get a $20 Amazon Gift Card to get you started on your journey! Dont forget to tag us so we can become FANS!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the show
Join Us for Part I of our 2nd Annual NFL Draft Party w The Angry Sports Couple @Him_HerSports, Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, @HollywoodTitan & Chase Vernon @ff_Intervention!!!
Vernon Davis is a former “soda drunk” who fully embraced his weakness for pizza and icing. After receiving a diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes, he began his journey of healing naturally, through lifestyle modifications. During the challenges of the pandemic AND a new baby, Vernon lost 50 pounds and totally reversed his condition. He is a graduate of Grambling State University and obtained a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership from South University. Vernon embodies transformational leadership qualities, which coupled with his experience, led him to writing a book and launching a baby brand company with his wife. He is inspired to share his story to help others conquer obstacles.Vernon' s new book now available on AmazonUncomfortable Peace: Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone to Naturally Beat Type 2 DiabetesGet your personalized autograph book copy and learn more about Vernon's journey at: https://dfpublishing.org/For more information and other valuable resources, make sure to subscribe, follow and visit our sites.Website: www.thevoiceofmany.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theevoiceofmany/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheVoiceofMany3Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Voice-of-ManyLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/the-voice-of-many-podcast-1417a81b7Support the show (https://pod.fan/the-voice-of-many-podcast)
On Monday, April 25, the N. Charles cafe in Baltimore's Mt. Vernon neighborhood became the first Starbucks location in Maryland to unionize. The final election results, certified by the National Labor Relations Board, were a clean sweep: 14 “Yes” votes and zero “No” votes out of 22 eligible voters, with zero voided ballots. In this special podcast edition of Battleground Baltimore, recorded minutes after the official vote count, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez speaks with four Starbucks partners from the N. Charles location—Violet Sovine, Nico Finol, Jennifer Clawson, and Kieren Levy—about their collective fight for an inclusive, safe, and democratic workplace, and about the larger movement to organize Starbucks partners across the country.Read the transcript of this podcast: Pre-Production/Studio: Maximillian AlvarezPost-Production: Jules TaylorHelp us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
On today's show: Vernon recaps last night's playoff action, talks NFL Draft highlights, previews Grizz v. T-Wolves Game 6 with Rob Fischer and more. (3:00) Last night's NBA Playoff action (8:00) NFL Draft (16:00) Rob Fischer (50:00) Calvin Austin's possible draft spot (56:00) AJ Brown trade (1:01:00) Jordan Davis is a monster Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
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On today's show: Vernon discusses the city rallying behind the Grizzlies, talks about potential matchups for the Grizz against the Warriors, previews the NFL Draft and more. (start) Intros (7:00) Grizzlies impact on the city (13:00) Grizz top 10 in merchandise sales (15:00) T-Wolves towels (16:00) Warriors advanced (24:00) Steven Adams (28:00) Ant Jr's twitter account (31:00) potential for Game 7 (38:00) Bucks get past the Bulls (41:00) Hawks eliminated from playoffs (53:00) tonight's NBA playoff games (1:02:00) NFL Draft Odds (1:10:00) fan love of Steph Curry (1:15:00) Cowboys draft history Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
Thanks for joining us for another Bigfoot Story time. The first three stories you will hear in this episode come from a new book by author Jay Vernon, titled Adams County Bigfoot Friend Or Beast? Jay will be a guest on Fridays show, so come back tomorrow to check out his wild but true stories of his youth. Please rate and review the show and check out our Patreon Page below to become a crew member and help support the show!Support The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/paranormalworldproductionsAll The Socials And Stuff/Contact Brianhttps://linktr.ee/ParanormalWorldProductionsFollow The Show On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sasquatchodyssey/Jay Vernons Bookhttps://hangar1publishing.com/collections/book-catalog/products/adams-county-bigfoot-friend-or-beastShow Researchhttps://oklahoman.com/article/1979999/strange-beast-reported-by-western-oklahoma-residents
Vernon's intention is to inspire, elevate, and motivate and as a “Pew baby”, preacher's kid, song writer, producer, clothing band creator; he's a man who feels like he is doing exactly what God has created him to do. In this episode Vernon passionately talks about his purpose and how connected he feels to his moment. Vernon is in love with the passions that he knows that God has given him and he is not backing away from them all. He believes that everyone should “Do It Now!” He's one door away! Music: All Love (Epidemic Sounds) #drLoni #bestversionofyou #podcast #inspiringpodcast #pagingdrLoni #speaklifeandhope #hope #speaklove #letstalk #keepinspiring #podcastlove #season1inthebooks #thankyou #blackpodcaster #socialjustice #moretocome #youareinvited #listenin #applepodcast #googlepodcast #stitcher #spotify #everyWednesday #pagingdrLonipodcast #drlonipodcast #everyonehasajourneyworthsharing #letmeshareyourstorywiththeworld #letmeshareyourstory
This week, LZ sits down with a true original, Jerry O'Connell. BUCKLE UP, because they take listeners for a ride and tackle everything from faB filler (don't tell Rebecca) to cell phone dependencies, Jerry's passion for everything BRAVO, including who would be his ride-or-die; ‘Housewives' edition. Listen in as Jerry shares how he and his wife and their beautiful twin daughters navigate the stormy waters of the pandemic. Jerry O'Connell is an actor, director, screenwriter, and TV host. Since his breakout role as the tender Vernon "Vern" Tessio in Stand by Me, Jerry has starred in series such as Sliders and My Secret Identity, and appeared in movies such as Jerry Maguire, Body Shots, Mission to Mars, Tomcats, Scream 2, and Kangaroo Jack. Jerry also wrote, and executive produced First Daughter, starring Katie Holmes and Michael Keaton. Most recently, Jerry was announced as a new co-host of CBS' daytime entertainment show, The Talk, and host of Pictionary, a new game show to be released on Fox this Fall.Follow Jerry: https://www.instagram.com/mrjerryoc/
Action Park in Vernon, NJ became known as "Accident Park," "Traction Park," "Friction Park" and "Class-Action Park" because of the many injuries, accidents and even deaths that occurred there. One of the most infamous was the legendary "Cannonball Loop" - a water slide with a loop that was so dangerous, it was shut down almost immediately after it opened. In this episode, we talk about the park, it's owner, many of the rides and "Cannonball Loop." Then we talk with Emmy-Award Winning comedy writer, Joe Janes! Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For special discounts and links to our sponsors, visit http://theinternetsaysitstrue.com/deals
On April 23, 1936, Roy Kelton Orbison was born in Vernon, Texas. For y'all that don't have the map of Texas tattooed on your brain, Vernon is up in Wilbarger County near the Red River, about 50 miles west of Wichita Falls. One of my favorite history professors, Hunt Tooley, was from Vernon too. Not sure when his birthday is. Whether Dr. Tooley was an Orbison fan or not is not known, but I can pretty confidently say that Mr. Orbison was one of the great singers and songwriters to hail from Texas and he was and still is loved by thousands of folks. One thing I should point out is that I always thought Mr. Orbison was blind. He was famous for always having dark sunglasses on. As it turns out, he was not blind, but he did have very, very, very bad eyesight. He grew up in Wink, Texas, even more west than Vernon. Wink is way out west in Winkler County near Monahans and Pecos, about a hundred miles southeast of Carlsbad. He got his first guitar when he was six and since then music became a central part of his life and Roy started his first band, the Wink Westerners, there when he was attending Wink High School. After high school, Roy attended North Texas State College in Denton, Texas for a while. That's just north of Dallas and Fort Worth in Denton County and on I-35. North Texas State College is now the University of North Texas and they have a world famous music program there. He then went to Odessa Junior College. In Odessa, the Wink Westerners changed their name to the Teen Kings. He, and they, had their first hit after he left college in 1956. The song is Ooby Dooby and it was released by none other than the legendary Sun Records. You know Sun Records. They were the company that also released music by Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash, to name a few. Kind of like an early version of 301 Productions with its current lineup of great Texas musicians. Roy went on to have several hits. Twenty-two Orbison singles reached the Billboard Top 40 between 1960 and 1966. He wrote or co-wrote almost all of his Top 10 Hits: "Only the Lonely" in 1960, "Running Scared" in 1961, "Crying" 1961, "In Dreams" 1963, and "Oh, Pretty Woman" (1964). If you haven't heard one of these or any Roy Orbison songs then you need to crawl out of the rock you've been under and get a little culture. Your ears will thank you. Because of his greatness, Orbison was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum. He also was recognized with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award along with five actual Grammy Awards. He co-founded the great supergroup, Traveling Wilburys in 1988 with George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne. Sadly, Orbison died of a heart attack in December 1988 at age 52, a month before the release of his song "You Got It." It was his first hit to reach the US & UK Top 10 in nearly 25 years. So here's to the memory of Roy Orbison, born on April 23, 1936. The Texas History Lessons Theme song, Walking Through History, was written and recorded by Derrick McClendon. Listen to his new album, Interstate Daydreamer! Available everywhere you find good music. Thank you Derrick! Twitter: @dmclendonmusic If you are enjoying Texas History Lessons, consider buying me a cup of coffee by clicking here! Help make Texas History Lessons by supporting it on Patreon. And a special thanks to everyone that already does. Website: texashistorylessons.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @TexasHistoryL Texas History Lessons Spotlight Artists Jerrod Flusche Rosmand – Mando Salas Zach Welch Seth Jones Derrick McClendon Kade Anson Randy Hoyet on Spotify Robert Herrerra Jacob Charles Chris Cunningham Podcast Recommendations: Wild West Extravaganza Podcast The History Cafe Podcast Hymns of the Highway Podcast Off Mic, Off the Record Podcast Texas River Tonk Podcast TXRiverTonk Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss what is happening on the ground in battleground states ahead of the 2022 elections. Our guests are: Steve Cortes, Joe Severino, Anthony Sabatini, Mayra Flores, Michael Patrick Leahy, Vernon Jones Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 4/21/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews
Voltaire's renowned 1759 satire of the idea that everything is for the best! Candide, a young German fellow, goes on a series of increasingly worse (and more bizarre) adventures, and does his best to maintain his sunny disposition. Theo reveals the last thing he wanted to do. Rachel is so powerful, despite having clothes on. Jackie plays an ultrasound prank. Topics include: honchxheads, Dune 1984-style, the idea of human suffering, a bunch of little Stalins running around, nonbinary Leibniz, Will Smith vs. Christopher R. Ock, the Lollipop Guild, Theo's neighbor Vernon, Flight of the Bumblebee, Hello by Adele, Game of Thrones, color guard, vegan stories, the teeth of the back, Fiona the hippo, girls' trips, monkeys vs. apes, Lord of the Rings, skinny dipping stories, and The Chronicles of Narnia.WARNING: thanks to the contents of the book, this episode contains lots of discussion of sexual assault, violence, racism, antisemitism, and brief discussion of miscarriage.Translations by John Butt and Theo Cuffe★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Greatest of All Time I Corinthians 15:19-26; Luke 24: 1-12 Tom Brady, Michael Jordan, Billy Graham, Tiger Woods, Esther, Joan of Arc, Michael, Jackson, Whitney Houston, Elvis, Lebron James, Sacajawea, George Washington, Eleanor Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Babe Ruth, Abraham Lincoln. You could add so many more to the list. But that's not necessary because none would exist without the resurrection of the greatest of all time, Jesus Christ! That is why we will gather on Easter Sunday, to celebrate the resurrection of Christ! Why is it important to believe in the resurrection of the dead? Certainly, it is not so that we can believe in God. Creation provides more than enough proof of His existence. Many people believe in God who do not believe in Easter. God's power and His omnipotence are not at stake. What is at stake is whether your life or mine has any ultimate significance. Do we live only for a season, then cease to exist forever? Or are we so significant in God's eyes that even death cannot separate us from His love? Do not say that Christianity can exist independently from Easter. Christianity is not simply a set of values, a moral code, a style of living, a grand philosophy. Christian faith is Easter faith. It is the conviction that people matter so much to God that he gave his own son in our behalf; that he allowed him to be crucified on the cross for our sins and on the third day raised him from the grave as sign and symbol that our lives are of eternal significance. God is involved. Christ is victorious. But even more importantly, we really do matter to God. That is why the empty tomb is central to our faith. Bruce A. Demarest summed it up in a beautiful way in his book, Who Is Jesus? He writes, “Throughout the centuries men have tried to honor their heroes (GOAT) by erecting lavish monuments: the massive pyramids of Egypt, built as resting places for the Egyptian pharaohs; the glistening Taj Mahal, the tomb of an Indian emperor and his favorite wife; Lenin's Tomb in Red Square, the place where the body of the Marxist leader is preserved by some mysterious process; the burial vault at Mt. Vernon, the site of President Washington's interred body. In its stark simplicity Jesus' grave can't compare with these costly crypts. But the tomb of Jesus excels in the most important respect. It lies empty! He is not there!” He is not there. He is alive. He is victorious, and because he lives, we, too, can live victorious lives as well. Grace and Peace, Stephen
Episode 60 - April 17th, 2022 - Unpopular Opinion - Shooting in Brooklyn, NY Train Station - GunViolenceArchieve.org - Guns x Gun Laws - Google Lawsuit - NFL x Johnnie Cochran - NBA x Chicago Bulls x The Last Dance x Scottie Pippen x Jerry Krause x Jerry Reinsdorf - LA Lakers x LeBron James x Anthony Davis (@djIntence Hot Takes) - Russell Westbrook Exit Interview - New York Knicks - RIP DJ Kay Slay - Mt. Vernon, NY Teen Stabbed to Death (Kayla Green) - Episode 50 - The Lost Episode - June 2021 (GO PLAYBACK) - Two inmates at New Jersey Prison Pregnant - Unpopular Opinion - @im_waltttt -Pharrell Williams had a harder verse on Snoop Dogg's Drop It Like It's Hot….. - Wise Guys - What is a relationship deal breaker for you?
Vernon's intention is to inspire, elevate, and motivate. As a “Pew baby”, preacher's kid, song writer, producer, clothing band creator; he's a man who feels like he is doing exactly what God has created him to do. He doesn't take it for granted that “it was God”. After chasing his desire to be closer to God he heard, “Do It Now!” Blessed to create, Vernon shares his vision with the world through his “Do It Now” clothing brand. Music: All Love (Epidemic Sounds) #drLoni #bestversionofyou #podcast #inspiringpodcast #pagingdrLoni #speaklifeandhope #hope #speaklove #letstalk #keepinspiring #podcastlove #season1inthebooks #thankyou #blackpodcaster #socialjustice #moretocome #youareinvited #listenin #applepodcast #googlepodcast #stitcher #spotify #everyWednesday #pagingdrLonipodcast #drlonipodcast #everyonehasajourneyworthsharing #letmeshareyourstorywiththeworld #letmeshareyourstory
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John Mills joins us to discuss the launch of Peloton Guide. Ben Alldis opens up about his cancer journey. Christine D'Ercole talks to Brides.com about what love looks like. Jeffrey McEachern has a special Spotify playlist. We have a round-up of Guide reviews from Wired, Wall Street Journal, CNET, and more. Engadget sings the praises of Lanebreak. Select Marriott hotels now offer in-room Pelotons. John Foley falls off of the Forbes list of billionaires. Apple Fitness releases a post-partum workout program. There are new outdoor runs and Yoga classes from Germany. Peloton released some classes for the Grammy's but not really. (wink, wink) Feel Good Fam has new merch from Luxe And Hazel. All this plus our interview with Josh Vernon! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://www.theclipout.com/