NY Gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino joins Chrissie Mayr to talk about his run for office, mask mandates, the horrible job that Kathy Hochul, Andrew Cuomo and Bill DeBlasio have done, what it takes to turn NY around, Westchester, underrated NY towns/cities, what issues are most important to him, and more! Feeling Anxious? Smoke your CBD! Go to Kushy Dreams and use the code CMP to get 20% off your order plus free shipping! https://kushydreams.com/ Try new NightMayr hot sauce from Silk City Hot Sauce! Go to levinskystopshelf.com and use the code CMP to get a discount! Treat yo self! Go to AdamandEve.com and use promo code CMP to get 20% off plus free shipping! Do you enjoy my video content? I use Streamyard and it's made the BIGGEST impact on my livestreams, videos, and clips! FREE 14 Day Trial if you use my referral code! https://streamyard.com?fpr=chrissie STAND UP DATES: 1/6/22 - LEVITTOWN, NY (ALBUM RECORDING) 1/13/22 - DANBURY, CT 3/19/22- SAVANNAH, GA 3/20/22- TAMPA, FL
Pastor Randy Solomon preaches from Luke 2:41-52 on Jesus's preparation to be the perfect sacrifice. Pastor Randy refers to The Insanity of God: A True Story of Faith Resurrected by Nik Ripken. Pastor Randy encourages hearers to overlook distractions, stay connected to the Lord and prepare for what He wants in 2022.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www. 41.org/Salvation. Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.
Danielle Guindo and Kimberly Pennington This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guests, Danielle Guindo and Kimberly Pennington. The three of them talk about how Read Alliance has been accelerating the academic trajectory of early elementary students through the power of teen leaders for the last 21 years and how they work together to make programming happen successfully.In this episode, we discuss: How Read Alliance has been accelerating the academic trajectory of early elementary students through the power of teen leaders for the last 21 years Danielle's path to becoming the executive director, Kimberly's path to becoming a volunteer, and how they work together to make programming happen What Read does to get high school students involved as empowered community members What they did to bring the kids together in the struggles of the pandemic, and otherwise The win-win-win for all involved in this program, and the impact they are making How developmental workshops incentivize long-term involvement for young leaders The data-driven measurement tool that ensures progress in the children's academic progress The growing need for reading intervention, and how Read Alliance's virtual delivery model has doubled their relevance and impact How the dual mission impacts volunteers, teen leaders, and young readers The well-structured corporate partnership model that connects funds and resources with the humanity behind them What we can do to give of ourselves for this mission, and help with the expansion of it Danielle Guindo is the Executive Director of Read Alliance, an organization with a 20+ year history of effectively improving the literacy skills of striving early readers by pairing them one-on-one with paid teen leaders trained to implement a leveled phonics-based curriculum. Read Alliance partners with NYC public schools in under-resourced communities, and through a community empowerment model recruits and employs young people who live or attend high school in the same neighborhoods as individual reading tutors and role models. Before joining Read Alliance as its Executive Director in July 2018, Danielle served as Chief Program Officer at YWCA Brooklyn, where she led the expansion of programs serving young women of color in the borough in college access, leadership development, and economic empowerment. Prior to YWCA Brooklyn, Ms. Guindo was Vice President for Programs and Policy at The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc. where she was responsible for expanding and implementing youth programs and education initiatives across the five boroughs including: robust after school programming for elementary schoolchildren and community school partnerships; teen pregnancy prevention and young men's initiatives in middle and high schools; and collaborating with multiple partners to advocate for programs and policies that promote equity in education. Ms. Guindo has been published and presented on topics ranging from effective family engagement, implementing and measuring social and emotional learning in youth programming, elements of high quality early education for multilingual learners, best practices in youth development, and effective K-12 non-profit/school partnerships. Danielle is a member of the Education Trust NY Advisory Council, and is the daughter of NYC public school educators. Kimberly Pennington is the Business Development Officer for Key Merchant Services covering the Hudson Valley/Metro New York Region at KeyBank. At Key, Kimberly focuses on helping mid-size to small businesses in the $0-25MM space with merchant processing solutions. Kimberly also serves as President of the Key Young Professionals and sits on the Key4Women Committee which supports the financial progress and empowerment of businesswomen. As a civic leader, Kimberly is heavily involved in the community. She sits on the Board of Directors for various nonprofits including READ Alliance, Girls Inc. of Westchester County, and the United Way of Dutchess-Orange Region. Kimberly also volunteers with ArtsWestchester, Center for Prevention against Child Abuse, New York City Parks Foundation, and the Women's Leadership Alliance. Kimberly holds a bachelor's degree in marketing and communications from Berkeley College in addition to various program certificates from Cornell University's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. Kimberly is also part of the Business Council of Westchester's Rising Star Class of 2021 and Leadership Dutchess Class of 2022.Website: https://readalliance.org/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/readalliancenyc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/readalliance/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReadAlliance YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAH51LAPECiTLJptDBSBig LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/read-alliance-read- Kimberly PenningtonLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/penningtonkimberly Danielle GuindoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-g-guindo-msw-598b634
ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 115 Create Conversation, Community, and Change with Author of Loving You Big - Leah Moore Leah Moore won a prestigious award for being teacher of the year in New York, she's the author of the memoir Loving You Big, and she's the parent of three kiddos, one of which was diagnosed with Cri du chat syndrome. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS Can you share about yourself and your family? I am a high school English and theater teacher in New York and I live in Westchester, which is north of the city with my three kids and my husband. Our ten year old daughter Jordan has a rare diagnosis called Cri du chat which is a deletion of the fifth chromosome. We also have twin boys who are now six, one which has an unnamed disability and the other has Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), which is a rare autoimmune disease. You talk about loving the disability out of Jordan. Was that the inspiration for your book? I started writing because my students were doing a personal narrative assignment and they were struggling. To show them how to do it, I wrote what was intended to be a silly example, but what poured out of me was a piece about the irony of language and how I have words and Jordan doesn't. When I read it to them, I realized I was holding on to stories I needed to tell. What ideas do you have for people to become inclusion allies? It starts with avoiding staring at the playground, asking how to help, asking a person's name and asking someone to play. Saying hi is an easy first step. How can we balance chronic stress with joy? I personally believe that if we only stay in a negative place, it can color everything. I had to work at how to let it out. For me, it's through writing, through connecting to the people in my circle who I don't feel judgment from, or through watching Netflix on the couch. You have to do the work to figure out where you can let it out safely. I don't quite know the formula, I just know it's imperative. How are you and your husband intentional about tending your marriage? I think of the days of diagnosis and medical fears as the triage days. One of the fires I needed to put out was not my husband because he was able to take care of himself. And I realized at some point, we were just raising each other's children and our conversations were about milk and epilepsy medication. So I think it's a combination of three things- not taking on too much myself, having a life outside our children, and tapping into each other's humor. LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED Loving You Big Website https://lovingyoubig.com/ Spotlight Series https://lovingyoubig.com/spotlight-series/ Loving You Big book on Amazon shorturl.at/brzP8 Emotional Agility book on Amazon shorturl.at/jGL19 TUNE INTO THE ONCE UPON A GENE PODCAST Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5Htr9lt5vXGG3ac6enxLQ7 Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/once-upon-a-gene/id1485249347 Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/once-upon-a-gene Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1485249347/once-upon-a-gene CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website https://effieparks.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/OnceUponAGene Instagram https://www.instagram.com/onceuponagene.podcast/?hl=en Built Ford Tough Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1877643259173346/
This week on Indy News we speak with: —Sean Petty, a pediatric emergency room nurse at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. He is also an activist in the New York State Nurses Association, the union that represents 42,000 nurses in New York. In a March 18, 2020 interview with the Indypendent at the onset of the Covid pandemic in New York, Sean warned “I'm running out of words to describe how dangerous and scary all of this is.” With the Omicron variant sweeping across New York City and the country, he is alarmed once again. — Amazon Labor Union President Chris Smalls and VP Derrick Palmer to update us on the struggle to unionize Amazon workers. On Dec. 22, for the second time in three months, Staten Island Amazon workers hand-delivered signed cards to a National Labor Relations Board office in Brooklyn, petitioning that the board authorize a union vote. The refiling comes after six weeks of furious organizing by the Amazon Labor Union after withdrawing their first petition. This time, the union is targeting only the largest facility on Staten Island, JFK8. —Julia Thomas, author of “Rikers Island Transferees Now Held in Maximum Security Prison Where Drinking Water Tastes Like Sewage” from the recent Dec. issue of The Indypendent. Bedford hills, a maximum-security prison in Westchester is experiencing an influx of women and transgender and non-binary people — all held pre-trial — who are being transferred from Rikers Island. The controversial and inhumane transfers, which began in October, come after renewed calls to close Rikers and address the increasingly inhumane conditions on the penal colony.
This week on Indy News we speak with Julia Thomas, author of “Rikers Island Transferees Now Held in Maximum Security Prison Where Drinking Water Tastes Like Sewage” from the recent Dec. issue of The Indypendent. Bedford hills, a maximum-security prison in Westchester is experiencing an influx of women and transgender and non-binary people — all held pre-trial — who are being transferred from Rikers Island. The controversial and inhumane transfers, which began in October, come after renewed calls to close Rikers and address the increasingly inhumane conditions on the penal colony.
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Pastor Jim Warren preaches from Acts 11: 19-30 to set the tone for 2022. He exhorts the congregation to emulate the Christians in Antioch in embracing change, the Word, holiness and God's supernatural guidance.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.
On Today's Show: - Pastor Darius Brooks: Grace Central Church, Westchester, IL. - Dr. Debra Furr-Holden: Associate Dean, Public Health: Michigan State University School of Medicine. - Dr. Shanina Knighton, R.N. Infection Preventionist, Case Western Reserve University. - Atty. CK Hoffler: Past President: National Bar Association; Chair: Rainbow/PUSH Coalition. - Atty. Robert Patillo: Director: Rainbow/PUSH-Atlanta; WAOK/Atlanta. - Dwight McKee: Social Scientist. - Shapearl Wells: CelebrationsByUs.org.
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory ➡️ About The Guest Kris Ruby is the CEO of Ruby Media Group, a public relations and social media agency. Kris Ruby is a frequent on air TV contributor and speaks on social media, tech trends and crisis communications. Kris is one of America's pre-eminent social media experts and is a frequent on air contributor on FOX News, CNBC, Good Morning America, The Today Show and more. Kris is at the epicenter of the social media marketing world and frequently speaks to associations leveraging social media to build a personal brand. She also presents social media workshops for CEO groups to empower business owners to utilize social tools for their networks. Kris was honored by Columbia University's Business School to lead a social media workshop for its alumni organization and was chosen to speak on personal brand authenticity at Microsoft. Kris graduated from Boston University's College of Communication with a major in Public Relations. Kris was chosen by the Business Council of Westchester as the youngest “40 Under 40″ Rising Stars. Kris is a columnist for The Observer and covers social media, public relations and tech trends. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Kris's story. 10:36 - What does a PR agency do for brands? 13:07 - Figuring out what brands you want to work with. 21:46 - Why we don't value creators more. 26:47 - Can you pay in exposure? 35:01 - PR and success KPIs. 43:14 - The importance of an ever evolving company story. 52:32 - How to tell a good story. 55:53 - The art of getting media coverage. ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/krisruby/ https://twitter.com/sparklingruby ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Shopify— All-In-One eCommerce Tools https://shopify.com/successstory — Free 14 Day 2. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth https://helloplaybook.com/scott 3. Get Abstract - Summarizes and Rates Thousands of Books https://getab.li/success 4. Hubspot Podcast Network https://hubspot.com/podcastnetwork
Introducing the brand new TONE Device! Struggling to lose weight or reach your fitness goals? The TONE is a new breath acetone meter which lets you know if your body is burning fat! Pre-order the TONE here: https://www.ketogenicgirl.com/products/pre-order-the-tone-breath-ketone-device Hello my friends! Welcome to this excellent episode featuring Brad Schoenfeld, PhD, CSCS, CSPS, FNSCA. He is an associate professor of exercise science at Lehman College in the Bronx, New York, where he serves as the graduate director of the Human Performance and Fitness program. He also currently serves as Sports Nutritionist for the New Jersey Devils hockey organization. Brad is a best-selling author of multiple fitness books as well as the seminal textbook Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy (Human Kinetics, 2020), the first text devoted to an evidence-based elucidation of the mechanisms and strategies for optimizing muscle growth. Brad has been published or appeared in such consumer publications as Shape, Self, Fitness, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Woman's Day, Fit, The New York Times, New York Daily News, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Oxygen, Musclemag, Ironman, Muscle and Fitness Hers, and many others. He serves on the editorial board for Men's Health Magazine and is one of the most quoted experts in the fitness industry. He has been an on-air fitness expert for News 12 (Westchester, NY) and has appeared on over a hundred television shows including FOX Newschannel, CNN Headline News, CBS Evening News, UPN News, Good Day New York, Good Day LA, CBS New York Live, NBC Live at Five, and Today in New York, as well as hundreds of radio programs across the United States. See All Books by Brad Schoenfeld Here
Pastor Joyce Swingle presents Part II of her Christmas message with pictures of servants from the gospels of Luke 1:26-56 and Matthew 1:18-25 who rallied to the Lord's mission to seek and save the lost. Pastor Joyce also cites John 10:15-18. If you missed Part I, you can click here to listen or visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Christmas (12/15).Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service. Here's Pastor Joyce's introduction: Then Drama Evangelist Rich Swingle presents two sketches, "Guess What," and "What!?" from his one-man play Views of the Manger originally performed at New Dawn Church in Florida. The rest of Pastor Joyce's sermon is followed by Tamara W. praying for those called to join Jesus in His Mission to seek and save the lost. The audio portions of this service are available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.
Pastor Joyce Swingle teaches Part 1 of Christmas's True Meaning: To seek and save the lost in a message from John 10: 1-18 at Wednesday evening's "Praise, Prayer and Proclamation of the Word." Pastor Joyce will share Part II of Christmas's True Meaning on Sunday, Dec. 19, 2021. Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.
On Today's Show: - Pastor Darius Brooks: Grace Central Church, Westchester, IL. - Dr. Debra Furr-Holden: Associate Dean, Public Health: Michigan State University. - Dr. Shanina Knighton, R.N. Infection Preventionist, Case Western Reserve University. - Attorney CK Hoffler: National Bar Association; Chair: Rainbow/PUSH Coalition. - Dwight McKee: Social Scientist. - David Daley: Fairvote; Author. - Shapearl Wells: Celebrations By US. - Dr. Max Fraad Wolff: Economist.
Ross Trachtenberg is the Recruiting Coordinator at West Chester University, a Division II program in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Lehigh University in 2002 and quickly started his coaching career in 2004. From 2004-2013 he was the Head Coach at Friends Central School, a High School in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Then, in 2014 he was the Recruiting Coordinator at Newman University and in 2015 an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Ponoma Pitzer College. In 2016, he began his time at West Chester University where he still remains. Coach Trachtenberg has also been an Associate Scout for the Pittsburg Pirates Organization since 2011. In this podcast, we start off talking about the success Coach Trachtenberg and his program has had at West Chester University and whether he believes that is due to recruitment or development. We than go in depth into everything recruiting, discussing academics in relation to collegiate recruiting, travel baseball, recruiting videos, and much more! Lock into this podcast to hear an in-depth conversation about everything recruiting with National Champion Recruiting Coordinator, Ross Trachtenberg. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Pastor Randy Solomon continues our series on "What Happens When a Created People Walk Away From Their Creator?" with a message from 1 Peter 2: 13-15. One key to not walking away from God is to avoid rebelling against the Lord.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.This song set up Pastor Randy's closing comments: If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation. Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.
On Today's Show: - Pastor Darius Brooks: Grace Central Church, Westchester, IL. - Dr. Debra Furr-Holden: Associate Dean, Public Health: Michigan State University. - Chelli Stanley: Writer/COUNTERPUNCH. - Atty. Mark Fancher: National Conference Of Black Lawyers; Author: The Negroes Of Friends Village. - Dwight McKee: Social Scientist. - Dr. Max Fraad Wolff: Economist. - Shapearl Wells: CELEBRATIONS by US.
Episode 46: A Member Of The Goalkeeper Union Takes on Portugal; a chat w/ Sergio Hernandez Welcome to the 46th episode of the In The 11 Podcast! Today, joining us from Portugal is our first goalkeeper on the show, Sergio Hernandez. He is a former teammate of mine at Chestnut Hill College, where we played for almost four years before the pandemic threw a wrench in it for him. In this episode, Sergio shares his life growing up, his soccer career, and his vast family history with the game. As always, there is a lot to unpack, so stay tuned and enjoy! The Challenges of Playing Overseas It is always an incredible experience getting to play a game you love overseas. But there is much more to the experience than just playing soccer with different people entirely. For example, when we trained overseas, we noticed how every country had its own game strategies and coaching techniques. In Sergio's experience, he saw that the styles differ in how they even the goalkeeper's strength and how the goalkeeper trains at home. Not only that, but each goalkeeper coach even had their own style, which can be a good and bad thing depending on how different your style at home is. Nevertheless, you get to see so many playing styles overseas that you can't quite choose just one. Sometimes, you might even get stuck between specific techniques. In Portugal, for instance, their technique for goalkeeper training can get very technical. First, they would do short bursts of high-intensity sets, then your rest in between them would be fast-paced walking, just enough to catch your breath, and soon after that, the set begins again. Even the way they train goalkeepers to catch the ball is super different. And so, if you plan on playing professionally overseas, you have to learn the way the country plays the game and eventually perfect it to be on any official team. And while paperwork is the most challenging thing about becoming a professional soccer player, it is always good to adjust to how your team plays the game. About Sergio Hernandez: Sergio Hernandez grew up in Westchester, just outside the city of New York. Sergio played for a couple of soccer clubs until he was 13 but eventually decided to play for the Westchester Flames, a United States League 2 team. Years later, he got to play college-level soccer and, for a while, even trained his brothers, who played at different levels. But even when things got competitive between him and his siblings, it never stopped him from pursuing a career in the game. In truth, his passion for soccer stemmed from playing with his brothers, who helped him get through his college life and his soccer career. Outline of the Episode: [01:18] Sergio's life growing up with soccer. [02:50] His experience playing with his brothers. [04:15] The evolution of his soccer career. [10:35] The challenges he faced from his knee injuries. [15:00] Second-guessing yourself as a player. [17:47] The mentality behind playing as the goalkeeper. [21:38] What inspired him to become a goalkeeper. [23:52] His mindset getting back into the collegiate port. [28:34] Solid advice from Sergio on becoming a goalkeeper. [30:37] Going to the game during the pandemic. [33:52] What to do when the game you love is taken away from you. [38:13] How asking the question “why not?” kept Sergio going. [43:05] Why he decided not to come back to school. [49:17] How different training in Portugal was from the US. [54:04] What Sergio has learned playing soccer overseas. [57:39] The process behind becoming a professional player. [59:10] How playing with amateur clubs overseas trains you. [01:01:25] Why paperwork is the most challenging part of being a player. Connect with the Ship It Studios Podcast Network! Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/inthe11pod (https://www.patreon.com/inthe11pod) MYSTERY SPORT: https://www.mysterysport.com/ (https://www.mysterysport.com/) (At checkout, use code:...
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The Real Deal's Isabella Farr looks at the housing craze that has gripped the region from Westchester up to Albany as buyers have flocked there from near and far during the pandemic. You'll hear from a number of local brokers, including Sally Slater of Douglas Elliman, Nancy Felcetto-Horowitz of Brown Harris Stevens and Raj Kumar and Annabel Taylor from the Lillie K Team at Select Sotheby's International Realty. We also speak to Katherine Lanpher, a senior editor at Grist, about why she moved to a hamlet in Albany County last year.
Pastor Linda Warren continues our series "What Happens When a Created People Walk Away From Their Creator?" with a message from 1 Peter 2:11-12. Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.
#LetsTalkAboutItThursday night football: Cowboys vs SaintsDivision standings#CollegeFootballNewsLincoln Riley hired as USC head coach and immediately changes recruiting landscape Brian Kelly squirms out of Notre Dame like a coward to take LSU jobCollege football playoff rankings dropMichigan beat Ohio STATEBilly Napier is the new coach at FloridaFresno State head coach takes Washington job and Fresno State QB transferring to presumably Washington Bronco Mendenhall surprisingly resigns as Virginia head coachDefensive coordinator Marcus Freeman named Notre Dame Head CoachNCAA created 42nd bowl game. Now all 84 bowl-eligible teams can play. Hawaii will play Memphis in the Hawaii bowlFormer UCF running back Otis Anderson Jr killed by his father. Adrian Martinez Jr, All-time Yardage leader at Nebraska is in the transfer portal#TakeOrTangentAntonio Brown suspense do 3 games for fake vaccination cardBills Super Bowl hopes with All-Pro corner Tradavious white out with a torn aclChristian McCaffery out for season#TouchdownOrTurnoverAdrian Peterson signs with Seattle SeahawksRG3 tell all book about Redskins#UnnecessaryToughness
On Today's Show: - Pastor Darius Brooks: Grace Central Church, Westchester, IL. - Dr. Shanina Knighton: Infection Preventionist; Clinical Research Scholar at Case Western University. - Dr. Debra Furr-Holden: Associate Dean of Public Health: Michigan State University. - Attorney CK Hoffler: National Bar Association; Chair: Rainbow/PUSH Coalition. - Attorney Robert Patillo: Director: Rainbow/PUSH, Atlanta. - Shapearl Wells: Celebrations By US. - Attorney Terry O'Neill: Former President of N.O.W. - Dr. Max Fraad Wolff: Economist.
Guests discuss opportunities for commercial real estate in the New York Metro area and in northeast Florida, particularly the just under A-quality industrial and multi-family classes in NE Florida. Others focus on condos and risk-adjusted return investments in condo inventory. Also reviewed: the return of foreign investors; New Jersey and Westchester, commutable to New York; senior and affordable housing; technology and life science - long-term to success but important to New York's future.
Pastor Joyce Swingle continues our series "What Happens When a Created People Walk Away From Their Creator" with a message from 1 Peter 2: 9-10. One key to not walking away from the Lord is to stand together as the Church to celebrate Christ.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.
Pastor Linda Warren gives a Thanksgiving message about the faithfulness of God from Lam. 3: 22-24. Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.
Pastor Jim Warren continues our series "What Happens When a Created People Leave Their Creator?" with a message from 1 Peter 2: 7-8. Jim describes two travelers and their different responses to the rock they encounter along the journey of life.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation. Image based on a photo by Simon Hurry on Unsplash.
Hometown Media Group Publisher/CEO Howard Sturman looks at the 2021 general election in Westchester and beyond analyzes next year's New York State gubernatorial race, discusses the ongoing COVID pandemic and more on Westchester Talk Radio, "On the Beat in Westchester" with host John Marino, produced by Sharc Creative
Eva P. wraps up our Wednesday "Praise, Prayer and Proclamation of the Word" with a message from Phil. 4: 21-23.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.
NJ State Senator Joe Pennacchio joins the Dom Giodano Program to lead off today's third hour, to discuss a bill he has penned that would effectively ban critical race theory in the state of New Jersey. First, Giordano and Pennacchio discuss the concept of critical race theory and the effort to rewrite the narrative of our history, with Pennacchio explaining some of the objectively racist themes within the curricula. Then, Pennacchio updates Giordano on another bill previously discussed on the show, being Pennacchio's push for the legitimacy of other Coronavirus solutions, such as Ivermectin. Then, Anita Edgarian, an Iranian immigrant and mother of three, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program after running for school board in her West Chester school district. Edgarian first joined the show after police removed her from a school board meeting after speaking out against critical race theory. In the incident, school board President Chris McCune left his seat on the stage and forcibly removed Anita's microphone after she called him out for his support of anti-racist teachings. Because of this, Edgarian ran for school board, and while she did not win her election, she did accomplish her ultimate goal, and Chris McCune lost his seat on the school board. Edgarian tells us why she decided to run for school board, and tells whether there has been any movement against critical race theory in her school district. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The saying "Say it don't spray it" might apply to some sales persons' qualification of leads. If they can spray their goods, demos and quotes, someone will eventually say yes. Yet, that might not be the most effective selling process. Listen to this week's podcast to learn about sales qualified leads.
Katie Dubow is president at Garden Media Group, a women-owned and run public relations firm specializing in the home and garden industry. Author of the annual Garden Trends Report, Dubow travels the world scouting and presenting garden trends to audiences from Italy to Chicago. Dubow is a guest host on QVC for Cottage Farms, judge at the Philadelphia Flower Show, the inaugural recipient of the Emergent Communicator Award from the Association of Garden Writers, vice-chair of the Pennsylvania Landscape and Nursery Association, and an awarded member of the 2018 Forty Under 40 from Greenhouse Product News. Previously, she worked at CBS Studios in New York City and was a public relations & marketing manager at Monet Jewelry. Katie received a degree in communications from Northeastern University where she was also a Division I rower on the crew team. Dubow lives and gardens in West Chester, PA with her husband, two daughters, one dog, and six chickens. Find her in the garden with her children, practicing yoga or dancing to Zumba. Her goal is to convince people that brown thumbs can, in fact, be turned green. Follow along @KatieGMGand on Facebook at KatieGardenGirl --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plantatrilliontrees/support
Pastor Rachel Taylor shares from 1 Peter 2: 4-6 in the continuation of our series on "What Happens When a Created People Walk Away From Their Creator?" Staying in community is key to not walking away from God.Click the arrow below, or if you're reading this in an email you can click this link, to play the service: This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation. Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.
Join Lori and her guest, Jennifer Flood, as they talk about just going for it when you have a vision that you want to execute. Jennifer is the founder and executive director of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation. She shares the incredible story of how a seemingly uncommon and out-of-the-box idea would be the beginning of changing other people's lives. Stay tuned! Here are the things to expect in this episode: Using Craigslist to look for donors for her father. How did it work? Being amazed by the responses of the people who wanted to help. Starting a nonprofit that helps match donors to patients. And many more! About Jennifer Flood: Jennifer is executive director and founder of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation, which she started with her sisters while experiencing their father being diagnosed with kidney disease. Jennifer is a graduate of New York University where she received a bachelors of psychology degree. She was also on the Dean's list at NYU and received the Bart Lawson Award for Service in Humanitarianism for her service to New York City. Jennifer started her career in nursing and has worked for an array of well- known hospitals including NYPH – Weil Cornell in Westchester. She specialized in psychiatric nursing working in the field for 6 years. Aside from her past career in nursing, she has also worked as a paralegal for many affluent investment banks and firms. Her passion and time is devoted to helping others receive kidney transplants. Connect with Jennifer! Website: https://floodsisterskidneyfnd.org/ Foundations mentioned: Harboring Hearts: https://harboringhearts.org/ Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/
Vincent Metzo is the Director of Education for Kettlebell Concepts in New York City, and the Director of Fitness Education for NYSC! His passion for kettlebells and training grew out of his early training as a dancer and acrobat. Vincent has a master's degree in Exercise Physiology and Fitness Management from NYU. Vincent is the creator of the FCES (Flexibility and Corrective Exercise Specialist), and the Focus on Flexibility and Periodization of Sports Massage Workshops. As the Director of Education for Kettlebell Concepts, he has authored the content of several advanced kettlebell courses. His teaching is centered around the ideas of improved conditioning and helping people learn body management to move better. He lives in Westchester, New York with his wife and twin sons, and I was fortunate enough to meet Vincent and learn from him as my kettlebell instructor over a decade ago!Find Vincent at-https://kettlebellconcepts.com/FB- Vincent Metzohttps://www.newyorksportsclubs.com/THE KETTLEBELL SWING!!!! I love this exercise.
There was a work of Emanuel Swedenborg's that seemingly got a greater response in heaven than any other. But this work is rarely remembered when listing Swedenborg's theological works. Which work was it and why did it have such an effect?Stay tuned! Survey will be coming out in 2022! Explore Swedenborg's works available for sale and for free download here: https://swedenborg.com/bookstore/new-century-edition/All translations of Swedenborg's published theological works used in this episode are from the New Century Edition.REFERENCES:Acton, Alfred, ed. and trans. The Letters and Memorials of Emanuel Swedenborg. Bryn Athyn, PA: Swedenborg Scientific Association, 1948. 697-698.Rose, Jonathan. Preface to True Christianity, 10, 13. West Chester, Pennsylvania: Swedenborg Foundation, 2010.Sigstedt, Cyriel. The Swedenborg Epic: The Life and Works of Emanuel Swedenborg. New York: Bookman Associates, 1952.Swedenborg, Emanuel. An Ecclesiastical History of the New Church. [Written in 1770, not published by the author.] John E. Elliott, trans. London: Swedenborg Society, 1975.Tafel, R. L., ed. and trans. Documents Concerning the Life and Character of Emanuel Swedenborg. Vol. 1. London: Swedenborg Society, 1890. 38.Tafel, R. L., ed. and trans. Documents Concerning the Life and Character of Emanuel Swedenborg. Vol. 3. London: Swedenborg Society, 1890. 65.Whitehead, William. Annals of the General Church 1897-1937. 1976. 112. Accessed from http://theheavenlydoctrines.org/.★☆★ABOUT★☆★"Inside Off The Left Eye" is an original podcast offering by the Off The Left Eye team with new material every week coming to you on Sundays, hosted by Chelsea Odhner. We study the historical context of Emanuel Swedenborg's (1688-1772) life and works and share fresh insights from the New Century Edition translation of Swedenborg's theological works. Joined by translator and Series Editor Dr. Jonathan Rose and Off The Left Eye host and personality Curtis Childs, we follow threads into the past, discovering that what we find often is eminently relevant to the present.Inside Off The Left Eye is a project of the Swedenborg Foundation—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, independent, educational organization for those seeking to explore spirituality and faith. Learn more at www.swedenborg.com.★☆★SUPPORT OUR SHOWS★☆★*MAKE A ONE-TIME OR RECURRING DONATION* See how your generosity directly benefits our channel! https://swedenborg.com/donate/*BECOME A MEMBER* Support all the work of the Swedenborg Foundation. http://www.swedenborg.com/membership*SHOP OUR MERCH* 15% of proceeds from our Redbubble store help us continue to offer free spiritual resources just like the videos seen here. http://www.redbubble.com/people/swedenborgfound/shop★☆★STAY CONNECTED ★☆★SUBSCRIBE to Inside Off The Left Eye wherever you listen to podcasts.E-MAIL SIGN-UP - https://offthelefteye.com/subscribe/FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/SwedenborgFoundationTWITTER - https://twitter.com/swedenborgfound
Candidate for Westchester County Executive, Christine Sculti joins Bernie & Sid in the Morning to talk on going against George Latimer, the issues that needs to be addressed in Westchester, including the sneaky flights that's been occurring & more!
The #SistersInLaw meet this week to explain the principles of prosecution, the oversight powers of Congress, and how they relate to January 6th. Then, they emphasize the power of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and its connection to the Petito case, before laying out the elements of fraud connected to Mimi Rocah's case against the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester. Get #SistersInLaw Merch: For our just released ethically sourced clothes, pins and more, support the #SistersInLaw by picking up our new merch items at the Politicon Merch Store. Email the sisters at SISTERSINLAW@POLITICON.COM Or tweet using #SistersInLaw Links To This Week's Sponsors Third Love: For 20% off your first order, go to thirdlove.com Girlfriend Collective: For $25 off your order of $100 or more, go to girlfriend.com Chili Sleep: For 20% off your new Chili sleep system, go to chilisleep.com Articles From The #SistersInLaw And Mentioned On This Episode: Mentioned by Jill: Body cam footage from Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito's police interaction USA vs. Jack Griffith Article By Joyce: Bannon's Gotta Go, 2.0 Get More From The #Sisters In Law: Joyce Vance: Twitter | University of Alabama Law | MSNBC Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President Kimberly Atkins Stohr: Twitter | Boston Globe | WBUR Barb McQuade: Twitter | University of Michigan Law | Just Security | MSNBC