In Episode 75, the guys are joined by Linda Mohlman, college woman's pastor at New Heights Church in Fayetteville, AR. Together they talk about being a witness to the transformation that takes place in the lives of college students via short-term trips. "We would do these 1-week trips at the end of the spring semester, and I would take these guys and girls, and you would just start seeing them transformed within a week, and they're recognizing what God had given them and then recognizing how they can extend to this World."— Linda Mohlman SHOW NOTES: New Heights Church Fayetteville, AR STUMO FCA Ruf Young Life T Bar M Camp AAO Northwest Arkansas for the Nations Helping Students Go From Lost to Laborer Podcast Intimacy With The Almighty A Shepherds Look at Psalm 23
If you're providing therapy or tutoring services, contracting with schools, or offering professional development to K-12 professionals, you won't want to miss this episode.As someone who has explored the possibility of school contracts, I'm always looking to learn more about how school leaders make decisions regarding budgets and staffing. I grew up in the Chicago area; which meant I lived in a community with an abundance of organizations, transportation systems, and districts with a variety of programming options. But when I relocated to a different part of the state, I found that the communities around me were way different than where I'd grown up. While there are several large districts near me, the surrounding communities were smaller, with fewer resources. Public transportation can be minimal, if it exists at all; which makes it difficult for certain families to access medical and therapy services. Some communities don't have stop lights, let alone grocery stores or daycare centers. This makes it difficult for families to give kids a variety of experiences.School districts face similar challenges, because they're less able to liaise with community organizations for field trips, after school programs, or educational placements for students needing special education. Serving high-needs populations becomes a challenge because many districts don't have experts on-staff to conduct evaluations and provide specialized services. This means paying for outside consultants, service providers, and transportation fees for out-of-district placements. As a result, special education budgets for small districts can become unmanageable, putting school leaders in a very difficult situation. Cutting budgets can be devastating to all parties involved.Students may lose access to services, or at the very least need to switch providers.District staff have the burden of providing additional services or wearing multiple hats, adding additional responsibilities to their already full plates.What people don't often realize is the emotional impact this has on the leaders who carry the burden of making these difficult decisions. I often see negative comments about school leaders on various influencer accounts or in discussion groups. It can be very “us vs. them”. A lot of finger-pointing and assumptions about people in jobs that have an extremely high turnover rate (eg., directors, principals, superintendents). But I've yet to interact with a school leader who didn't care about helping kids. That's why I was so excited to talk with Chris Dodge, who's had experience leading in both rural and urban districts. As lead learner in elementary school settings for ten years and currently the principal at the Thorndyke Road School is Worcester, MA, Chris works to create collaborative structures and systems that bring stakeholder voice into school level decision making, as well as strategies that promote student success and achievement. His schools utilize these systems to promote a vision of serving the whole child, ensuring that students' social-emotional and academic needs are being met. Most notably, in 2014, Christopher led the Dexter Park School in Orange, MA to become a MA Department of Education appointed Innovation School, awarded for its inclusionary practice work. Aside from the role as principal, Christopher has served on DESE's Principal/Teacher Advisory Cabinet, Commissioner Riley's Return to School Teaching and Learning Working Group during COVID19, as well as on the MSAA (Massachusetts School Administrators Association) Executive Board. In this conversation, Chris shares common, but misunderstood barriers to school success that are prevalent in rural communities.He shares:✅Why transportation issues cause barriers to community engagement, educational placements, field trips, and instructional programming. ✅Challenges small districts face when hiring contractors and consultants, and professional development providers.✅Why districts cancel contracts with service providers and consultants, even when they have a strong working relationship.✅What school leaders look for when selecting a contractor or professional development provider for their staff.✅Why getting leadership training (e.g., degrees, certificates, experience) can be an asset to you, even if you don't see yourself as a school administratorYou can connect with Chris on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/principaldodge1/, on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/PrincipalDodge1, and on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-dodge-a33343204/ In this episode, I mention my free training called, “How to be Evidence-Based and Neurodiversity-Affirming (by Supporting Executive Functioning)”. You can sign up for the training here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/efleadership
I recently sat down with my good friend and frequent podcast guest Simon Freeman, the co-founder, editor, and publisher of my favorite running magazine, Like The Wind, for the fourth and final installment (for this year, anyway) of our yet-to-be named quarterly conversation, which you can listen to wherever you get the morning shakeout podcast. An excerpt of this exchange can be found in Issue #38 of LtW, which comes out later this week. (You can buy a copy or subscribe here.) This time around, Simon proposed a philosophical discussion about seasonality and consistency and I was all about it. We talked about when to rest and when to build, running as a means to an end versus running as a lifestyle, the “flywheel effect,” and more.This episode is brought to you by:— Tracksmith. If you buy anything on Tracksmith.com, and you're doing so for the first time, use the code MarioNEW to save $15 on your order of $75 or more. If you're already a Tracksmith customer, use the code MarioGIVE and you can get free shipping on your next order and 5% of your purchase will go to support the Friendly House in Worcester, Massachusetts, an organization that is near and dear to me.Click here for complete show notes and sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
About Our Guest: Rabbi Wasserman grew up in Passaic, NJ where his parents served as Rabbi and Rebbitzen of the Young Israel of Passaic. He spent high school through Bais Medrash and Semicha at Rabbi Berel Wein's yeshiva in Monsey, NY. He holds a BS in Biology, an MS in Community leadership, and a graduate certificate in Jewish Non-Profit management. Rabbi Wasserman served as a Rabbi in , NJ, Worcester , MA , and 27 years in Pittsburgh, PA. Among other projects in Pittsburgh, He founded the Gesher HaChaim Jewish Burial Society and sued the PA Funeral Board in federal court and guaranteed the right of religious and non-profit group to care for the dead with no involvement of commercial funeral directors or funeral homes in any part of the process. Rabbi Wasserman made Aliyah with his wife, Judi, in August of 2022 and presently lives in Ashdod. Facebook: RDW Wasserman Instagram: @rdwwasserman @rabbiwass on X Would you like to be a SPONSOR? Would you like to join the Whatsapp Discussion Group? Reach out about new sponsorship opportunities for your brand & organizations - firstname.lastname@example.org Check out www.JewishCoffeeHouse.com for more Jewish Podcasts on our network.
Please donate to the show!Today we talk about the results of the local elections from Nov 7. We'll go over Boston, Worcester, and Medford in some detail, as well as quick updates for Malden, Somerville, Everett, Revere, Springfield, Newton, Marlborough, & Waltham. We also talk about how the electorate for local and state elections has changed since mail-in voting started during COVID and what that means for progressives.Jordan Berg Powers, Jonathan Cohn, and Anna Callahan chat about Massachusetts politics. This is the audio version of the Incorruptible Mass podcast, season 5 episode 31. You can watch the video version on our YouTube channel. You're listening to Incorruptible Mass. Our goal is to help people transform state politics: we investigate why it's so broken, imagine what we could have here in MA if we fixed it, and report on how you can get involved. To stay informed:* Subscribe to our YouTube channel* Subscribe to the podcast (https://incorruptible-mass.buzzsprout.com)* Sign up to get updates at https://www.incorruptiblemass.org/podcast* Donate to the show at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/impodcast
This week, I sat down with my right-hand man Chris Douglas and answered questions about the Olympic Trials Marathon start-time controversy, things I've changed my mind on, the importance of the weekly long run, time versus distance-based training prescriptions, and a lot more.Thank you to everyone who submitted questions and apologies for all the ones I wasn't able to answer in this episode. Got a question for the next Ask Mario Episode? Send it to me here.This episode is brought to you by:— Tracksmith. If you buy anything on Tracksmith.com, and you're doing so for the first time, use the code MarioNEW to save $15 on your order of $75 or more. If you're already a Tracksmith customer, use the code MarioGIVE and you can get free shipping on your next order and 5% of your purchase will go to support the Friendly House in Worcester, Massachusetts, an organization that is near and dear to me.Click here for complete show notes and sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Is there a way to argue constructively? What is the best way to help someone in crisis? Should we aim for happiness, or be content with contentment? Answering all these questions is the amazing psychotherapist, author, agony aunt and artist, Philippa Perry! She tells us all about her brilliant new book, The Book You Want Everyone You Love to Read. We learn about the various styles of arguing, and discuss what our spice racks say about our personalities. We also talk about Philippa's work as an advice columnist, and how she deals with difficult topics like suicidal thoughts. For more from Philippa, check out our previous episodes with her - How to Be a Better Parent and Agony Aunt Special. You can follow her on Twitter @philippa_perry.*WE ARE ON TOUR!* Come and see our live comedy show in 2023! We are on our way to Bath, Barnsley, Stroud, Trowbridge, Henley-on-Thames, Barking, Chipping Norton, Tewkesbury, Worcester, Northampton, Sutton Coldfield, Stockport... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. *WE HAVE A SHOP!* Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thank you for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to All Saints Church Worcester! In this podcast, we invite you to join us for a heartfelt worship gathering that celebrates our faith and community.
In today's episode, we delve into the story of George Corn Tassel, a Cherokee man who was charged with the murder of another Cherokee man in Cherokee territory in the 1830s. Despite the incident happening in Cherokee territory and involving only Cherokee people, he was convicted by the State of Georgia and hung in Gainesville, Georgia. This led to a series of legal battles that reached the United States Supreme Court in Worcester v. Georgia. Historian, professor, and author, Dr. Michael Gagnon joins us today. Dr. Gagnon has conducted extensive research on Cherokee Removal, Cherokee court cases, and many many other topics that we look forward to exploring in later episodes. Today, we are going to dive into the details of the Corn Tassel story and what led the State of Georgia to intervene in Cherokee affairs. Check out Dr. Gagnon's website full of great resources at: http://www.earlyushistory.net/
Andrew Parker and Chris Henrique are back with a new episode and are joined by WooSox pitcher Justin Hagenman. The guys chat about his arrival in Worcester, what it was like to be traded in general and what that day was like, his season in OKC, playing golf in his downtime, Rule 5 Draft and more.
Here's what to expect on the podcast:What is a birth doula?How does a birth doula support pregnant women during childbirth?Why is the role of a birth doula considered particularly necessary in modern times?How does the current maternal care system fail to meet the needs of pregnant women?And much more! About Rebecca:Rebecca Urban is the mother of 7 children, a successful entrepreneur, and currently serves as the Executive Director of Visitation House in Worcester, Massachusetts (a non-profit maternity home for expectant mothers and their babies). Rebecca began teaching childbirth classes out of her living room "just for fun" after the birth of her first child in 2007.Her classes quickly grew in popularity, eventually leading Rebecca to become a certified Birth Doula. In 2010, she founded Urban Arrivals, one of the first Doula agencies in the Greater Boston area. Rebecca has attended over 300 births and is a sought-after speaker on a wide array of topics related to maternal/child health. After the success of her business, Urban Arrivals, her husband selflessly gave up his career to stay home with their children so that Rebecca could continue to pursue her passion for helping moms and babies.Today, Rebecca serves as the Executive Director for Visitation House, a nonprofit maternity home located in Worcester, Massachusetts, serving homeless mothers and their babies. Connect with Rebecca Urban!Website: https://www.urbanarrivals.com/Visitation House, Inc.: https://www.visitationhouse.org/Visitation House Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/visitationhouseworcester Connect with Kamie Lehmann!Website: https://www.kamielehmann.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kamie.lehmann.1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shesinvinciblepodcast/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamie-lehmann-04683473National Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/Get your Podcast on IMDB: https://imdb.failureguy.com/submitpodcastkamieLearn more about how to minimize the emotional side effects of cancer: https://adventurefound.org/
Welcome to All Saints Church Worcester! In this podcast, we invite you to join us for a heartfelt worship gathering that celebrates our faith and community.
Rob Worrall is joined by Dickie Worton, Ben Parkes and special guest Aaron McLean to look back at all the action across the three divisionsThey also from BBC Hereford and Worcester's Steve Miller who was calling his 1000th game and Wealdstone's media manager Chris Woods on the news of their new ground proposal.Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After his defeat at Worcester, the young King Charles II is in enemy territory. He has to escape England, all while Oliver Cromwell's troops scour the countryside for him. If he's caught, he will almost certainly be executed like his father. For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Charles Spencer, To Catch a King. Philip Baker, 'The Regicide', in Michael J. Braddick. The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution Ian Gentles, The English Revolution and the Wars in the Three Kingdoms, 1638-1652. Alexia Grosjean, Steve Murdoch, Alexander Leslie and the Scottish generals of the Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 Steve Murdoch (ed), Scotland and the Thirty Years' War Stuart Reid, Crown, Covenant, and Cromwell: The Civil Wars in Scotland, 1639-1651. Nick Lipscombe, The English Civil War: An Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, 1639-51. Edward Cowan, Montrose: For Covenant and King. Barry Robertson, Royalists at War in Scotland and Ireland, 1638-1650. This podcast is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Contact email@example.com to inquire about advertising on this podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew and Ed are back with guest WooSox catcher Stephen Scott. The Sox MiLB catcher talked about his time in Worcester, becoming an everyday catcher, about transitioning into the role and more.
In this episode Paul, dives deep into the urgency and importance of sharing the Gospel on your campus. Get ready to be inspired and challenged as we explore the power of prayer, the need for laborers, and the impact of personal ministry. "The average student on your campus is harassed and helpless like sheep without a shepherd. And when Jesus sees your campus, he weeps. I believe when Jesus sees your campus, his heart still breaks. And I pray that your heart would break, that you would get sick to your stomach for them." - Paul Worcester Show Notes: Asbury Revival Penn Jillette Quote Personal Ministry Impact Worksheet Gospel Appointments GenSend Life on Mission App
This week Alissa looks into the cards to read our future and it's TAROT-FYING! Well, not for Britt, her future is bright and full of wealth. Alissa's cards say something a little different. Britt then dives into her first experience with tarot and how her reading 22 years ago blew the psychic's mind and how the psychic kind of nailed her future.Alissa then shares a tale of a tarot reader who predicted a client's future murder just in time to stop him from going to the spot where he'd be killed.Britt tells of a tarot deck that had some kind of evil attachment on it. We learn how to properly dispose of evil tarot cards. Fun fact, don't burn them.Alissa then knocks our socks off with a story of a tarot reading psychic who, while giving a reading, discovers her client is a hit man. Not only did she see his previous wrong doings, she saw how his future ended as well. Not to leave us on a downer, Alissa brings us back up with a tale of missing glasses and how someone's tarot cards helped them find their missing item.Britt wraps up the night with a story essentially from Alissa's past from Worcester, Massachusetts. This story teller shares their encounter with an old woman who asks for a ride and gives a psychic reading in exchange. Her predictions are eerily accurate but the spooky part is when she vanishes once they reach their destination.Support the showRemember to share the podcast with friends and we want to hear your stories! Please e-mail them to us at Skeletalespodcast@gmail.com or leave a message at 302-689-DEAD (3323).Subscribe to our YouTube here: www.youtube.com/@skeletalespod Join our SkeleTeam over at Patreon here: www.patreon.com/Skeletalespodcast Buy some haunted shit over at www.skeletalespodcast.etsy.comAs always thanks for listening and Haunt Y'all Later!
Andrew and Ed are back featuring WooSox utility man Nick Sogard. Nick talked about playing for Worcester this season, shares his thoughts on his teammates and what he's looking forward to in 2024.
After Oliver Cromwell's victory at Dunbar, the English forces hunker down in Edinburgh for winter. The Scots almost come to civil war between supporters of Charles II and the remaining Kirk Faction. After the Battle of Inverkeithing, English occupation of Scotland appears inevitable, and so Charles II proposes a bold strategy - leave Scotland, and march the length of England to capture London. For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Philip Baker, 'The Regicide', in Michael J. Braddick. The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution Ian Gentles, The English Revolution and the Wars in the Three Kingdoms, 1638-1652. Alexia Grosjean, Steve Murdoch, Alexander Leslie and the Scottish generals of the Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 Steve Murdoch (ed), Scotland and the Thirty Years' War Stuart Reid, Crown, Covenant, and Cromwell: The Civil Wars in Scotland, 1639-1651. Nick Lipscombe, The English Civil War: An Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, 1639-51. Edward Cowan, Montrose: For Covenant and King. Barry Robertson, Royalists at War in Scotland and Ireland, 1638-1650. This podcast is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about advertising on this podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you need a safe and secure place to store your belongings, then consider renting one of the affordable self-storage units that Freedom Storage (508-625-9732) near Worcester, MA has to offer! Go to https://www.storewithfreedom.com to find out more. Freedom Storage City: Rutland Address: 218 Barre Paxton Road Website https://www.storewithfreedom.com/ Phone +1 860 877 5800 Email email@example.com
Ed Hand & Andrew Parker are joined by Red Sox reliever Chase Shugart. Shugart spent the 2023 season in Worcester and talked about what his year was like pitching for the WooSox. We talked about a few Texas topics and who really owned the ping pong table in the clubhouse.
An exclusive interview brought to you by British Airways... Just a month out from the start of the Premiership Women's Rugby season, Worcester Warriors have had to withdraw from the league after losing their financial backing. So, Elma headed to Sixways Stadium, to sit down with Red Roses & Worcester legend, Lydia Thompson. Lydia lifted that infamous trophy in Paris in 2014 & has been scoring world beating tries for the Red Roses for over a decade. But many new fans of the women's game will know Lydia primarily for her 17th minute Red Card against the Black Ferns in the final, last year. When she got home from New Zealand, it was Jo Yapp & Worcester Warriors that picked her up & put her back together again…
This week's episode of the podcast with Megan Young, Performance Coach with the Seattle Sounders professional soccer club. Megan is a rockstar with 15 years of experience working in collegiate athletics, and men's and women's professional soccer. She's the 2023 National Strength and Conditioning Association Professional Coach of the Year and a voracious learner with numerous degrees and certifications on her resume. This was the first time I've ever spoken to Megan and it felt like catching up with an old friend. Megan has an incredible story and mission. In addition to her coaching successes, she was a collegiate thrower at UNC-Wilmington, she's survived acute myeloid leukemia, and, as she wrote to me in some of our initial correspondence, her purpose in life is “building community and impacting others through education of a high performance lifestyle.”We covered a lot of ground in this conversation, including where her insatiable appetite for learning comes from, the importance of establishing effective communication strategies with athletes and colleagues, and what she means by living a high-performance lifestyle. Megan told me who and what opened her eyes toward coaching as a career path, what that path has looked like for her over the past 15 years, and why she believes coaches need coaches. She also talked about the importance of care and connection in the role of a coach, understanding the difference between passion and purpose, her personal goal to impact 100 million lives through her work, and a lot more.This episode is brought to you by:— Tracksmith. If you buy anything on Tracksmith.com, and you're doing so for the first time, use the code MarioNEW to save $15 on your order of $75 or more. If you're already a Tracksmith customer, use the code MarioGIVE and you can get free shipping on your next order and 5% of your purchase will go to support the Friendly House in Worcester, Massachusetts, an organization that is near and dear to me.Click here for complete show notes and sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 109:We don't know a lot about individual players of the Elizabethan and Jacobean stage, but there are three stars of the day that we have some information about. Richard Tarlton, the Queen's favourite comic player.Will Kempe's origins and early career.‘A Knack to Know a Knave' and ‘Fools of Gotham'.Did Kempe fall out with Shakespeare?‘Kempe's Jig' and last days.Edward Alleyn's family and early life.Touring with the Earl of Worcester's Men.Return to London and success with the Admiral's Men.Praise of Alleyn from Ben Johnson.Marriage and events in London while on tour.Semi-retirement from acting.Business partnership building the Fortune Playhouse and other entertainments.Alleyn's wealth and founding of Dulwich College.Remarriage and death.Richard Burbage's family and early life.Early career in several troupes.Leading roles with the Lord Chamberlin's Men.Burbage as a character actor.His continuing long career and death.Mourning and praise on the death of Burbage.Support the podcast at:www.thehistoryofeuropeantheatre.comwww.ko-fi.com/thoetpwww.patreon.com/thoetpThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
This episode is brought to you by Presario Ventures, a private equity real estate firm based in the booming Austin, Texas, market. To learn how to invest in the future of Texas with Presario Ventures, visit info.presarioventures.com/bestever. In this episode, Andrew Freed, an experienced commercial real estate investor, shares his journey from a one-bedroom condo owner to managing a diverse portfolio of multifamily properties. He discusses his innovative syndication approach, lessons learned from past investments, and strategies for maximizing returns while mitigating risks. Key Takeaways: Syndication Strategies: Andrew explains the intricacies of syndicating a diverse portfolio of 12 properties with 65 units. He delves into the importance of negotiating a partial release clause with lenders, which allows for the sale of individual properties and offers greater flexibility in managing debt. Investor-Focused Approach: Andrew's syndication model prioritizes investor returns. He outlines a transparent and straightforward profit-sharing structure, with investors receiving a preferred return and a substantial portion of profits, resulting in higher internal rates of return (IRRs). Continuous Self-Development: Andrew emphasizes the significance of self-discovery and personal development in the entrepreneurial journey. He encourages aspiring commercial real estate investors to focus on becoming the best versions of themselves to achieve their investment goals. Andrew Freed | Real Estate Background Founder of Freedom Management Portfolio: 95 Units - 65 units in New Bedford MA, 29 units in Worcester, 1 condo in Boston Based in: Worcester, MA Say hi to him at: LinkedIn Instagram Best Ever Book: The Wealthy Gardener by John Soforic Greatest Lesson: Have an endless desire for self-development and self-discovery. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: Presario Ventures Rentec Direct
Many people look at our culture today and are discouraged, but there are powerful signs of hope as God has been moving among young people across America. So much so, that it's hard to keep up with all the good that is happening. Paul Worcester is the national director of collegiate ministry for the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. He shares how he has been seeing God moving in young people across the country, and how you can be engaged to impact young people for Jesus in your community. Check out Paul's book “The Fuel and the Flame” Pick up Matt's book "Truth Plus Love" For more from Matt Brown, and to receive our free gift "5 Keys to Find Fulfillment in God" go to: Thinke.org
Halloween and More Start Name Artist Album Year Comments Little Shop Of Horrors: Mean Green Mother From Outer Space Trio con Brio In The Key Of Three 2007 3-26 Robert Morton, Residence Paul Van Der Molen; console ex-Lowe's Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, New York; plus Allen Q311 Theatre and Q205 classical 4:25 This Is Halloween Nick Renkosik Zach Frame Concert: Sanfilippo Halloween 2020-10-30 2020 5-85 Wurlitzer, Grand Salon, Sanfilippo Residence, Barrington, IL 8:13 Black Cat Rag Tom Hazleton Ragtime's Greatest Hits [Pro-Arte CD] 1989 4-48 Wurlitzer, Wilcox Residence, Gig Harbor, Seattle, WA; ex Ramish Theatre, LA (some ranks from Million Dollar Wurlitzer) 11:32 Danse Macabre Wayne Marshall Organ Classics [HMV 5 86798 2] 1990 Coventry Cathedral; 4-m Harrison & Harrison; recorded January 16-20, 1989 19:10 Funeral March Of A Marionette Lew White Lang-Worth Radio Transcriptions 22:31 La Comparsa Lew White Lang-Worth Radio Transcriptions 24:24 Fairy On The Clock Reginald Foort Moller Concert Organ Memories (1938-1943), Vol. 3 [Phoenix WLDB 0003] 5-26 Travelling Moller 29:04 Jolie Jacqueline Truman Welch Iceland Wurlitzer 3-19 Wurlitzer, Iceland Skating Rink, Paramount, CA 32:00 Master Of The House Jonas Nordwall Sounds Of Success [Red Duck Recording CD] 2010 4-48 Wurlitzer, Leif Johnson Residence, Gig Harbor, WA 35:09 Wish You Were Here John Kiley The Majesty Of The Big Pipe Organ, Vol. 1 [Diplomat DS 2203] 1959 Likely 4-26 Wurlitzer in the Metropolitan Theatre, Boston, MA 38:14 On The Trail Walt Strony Private: Wheaton Fox 2004-08-14 2004 4-26 Robert Morton and Steinway Grand, Wheaton Fox Studio; Van Der Molen Residence, Wheaton, IL 46:50 The Alamo theme (The Green Leaves of Summer) Jonathan Kleefield Concert: Hanover Theatre, Worcester, MA 2022-09-08 2022 4-36 Wurlitzer, Hanover Theatre, Worcester, MA 49:24 Spooky Takes A Holiday (aka Satan Takes A Holiday) Donald Thorne Cinema Organ Volume 2 [Pearl Flapper CD] 1938 3-9 Christie, Granada Cinema, Willesden, London 53:05 Themes from "The Planets" - Mars, The Bringer Of War Simon Gledhill Carousel [Musical Contrasts MCI-210] 1997 5-80 Wurlitzer, Sanfilippo Music Salon, Barrington Hills, IL 57:35 Medley: Phantom of the Opera Tom Hazleton The Concert Experience [NORCAL 2-CD] 2005 4-36 Wurlitzer, Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA: concert November 13, 2005
Honorable Madeline Singas was born in Worcester and went on to become the Nassau County District Attorney and then an associate judge of the New York Court of Appeals. As the District Attorney, she oversaw the prosecution of criminal cases, including that of Jesse Friedman who was a subject of the 2003 Academy Award nominated documentary, “Capturing the Friedmans.” Singas was notably the special prosecutor, concerning allegations of sexual assault by attorney general Eric Schneiderman, who had previously been an outspoken advocate for the #MeToo movement. We did our best to piece together her career highlights based on the information available to us.
College campuses have many different full time recruitment teams angling for your students time. Sports, greek life, clubs and even the military. The concept of recruitment is common, but christian workers are often times the only ones not recruiting! In today's NEW episode the guy's have a talk about how to become master recruiters for your students and your campus! SHOW NOTES: Recruiting Articles Stumo You Need More Staff
Since we've been goooone, we can breathe for the first time! Why we've been away. Wah wah wah. You can't kill us that easy. Where are all the lesbian bars and why? Felicia visits good ol' Worcester and Femme bar. Where have all the gay cowgirls gone? Cassandro El Exotico Should queer characters be played by gay actors? Who would play us in a biopic? Why are we so damn sexy? Tune in for all the answers to all the questions.
Matt back in the churn to talk about Taylor Swift/Travis Kelce and its a no from Jacob and Paul. Plus Matt hung out with Eric Dittelman at Golden Pizza in Worcester. Jacob and Paul give Matt some fantastic magic advice. Scoop mail and Jock Vs. Nerd Trivia.
Listen and be encouraged as I interview Quinn Ryan, current professional hockey player for the Worcester Railers (ECHL), all about competing for Christ at the professional level. Quinn shares his story, lessons learned, and how he is dealing with current adversities. We cover topics such as: Identity in Christ Overcoming adversity Trusting God's plan Competing with purpose I pray this message blesses you! For more: Free Resource: Identity in Christ PDF: Download Here www.pureencouragement.org
Lillian Asplund was the last survivor of the Titanic who could remember the infamous voyage — she was 5 when the “unsinkable ship” struck an iceberg, and more than 1,500 of her fellow passengers perished at sea. Later, Asplund worked as a secretary at State Mutual Life Insurance, headquartered in Worcester's first skyscraper, at the corner of Main Street and Maple, downtown. She lived a quiet life, gardening and caring for her mother and younger brother. They, like she, huddled together on a lifeboat, watching the ship go down like a tall building crumbling into the ocean at 2:19 a.m. April 15, 1912...
What are we even doing in these shadows?Welcome to a very special episode, a collaboration between the Dice Fiends, Daniels Dread Tales and our very own Crow's Codex.We're playing Oops, All Draculas! by Jessica MarcrumClaude the Aristocrat has been played by ChellAcid Override aka Dane the Techno was played by DamienThe Ancient the Nosferatu was played by DanielJasper the Sentimentalist was played by ShannonMusic in this episode is "BACK TO THE WOODS" by Jason Shaw via the Free Music Archive
Our second cross promotional episode with our friends on the Imaginary Broadcast Network! One day a bunch of Draculas find themselves in danger of being foreclosed upon and at least one of them sets out to try and stop it.Thank you to Ray Kalladis for making our art, you can find her over at Keyligraphyink Dot Com. Oops All Draculas! is by Jessica Marcrum and you can find more of her work hereFind Us Online:Twitter: www.twitter.com/dicefiendsDiscord: https://discord.gg/j54FrbhTwitch: www.twitch.tv/thedicefiendsCast and Crew:The Dracula Master: MattThe Ancient: DanielJasper: ShannonClaude: ChellAcid Override: Damien About Us: Welcome to Dice Fiends, we are an actual play podcast that runs games in over a dozen systems with a rotating and diverse cast of players. But one thing's for certain: whether we're powered by the apocalypse or grabbing as many d6's as we can hold in shadowrun: We're fiends for the sounds of rolling dice. You can find us every other Wednesday on Itunes, Spotify, or wherever you get good podcasts.
Since we've been goooone, we can breathe for the first time! Why we've been away. Wah wah wah. You can't kill us that easy. Where are all the lesbian bars and why? Felicia visits good ol' Worcester and Femme bar ( www.femmebarworcester.com ) . Where have all the gay cowgirls gone? Cassandro El Exotico Should queer characters be played by gay actors? Who would play us in a biopic? Why are we so damn sexy? Tune in for all the answers to all the questions.
Got patients with extensive skincare routines? They might not be as necessary as they think. This week, we're joined by Dr. Yuval Bibi as he dives into what healthy skin actually needs. Listen in as he discusses "skinese," the reality behind hot water, what irritates the skin, and how cleaning doesn't always mean cleaning. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board-certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence-based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. Yuval Bibi, MD PhD is a distinguished dermatologist of Israeli origin who currently resides in the United States. He holds certification from the American Board of Dermatology and boasts a diverse range of talents and achievements. Dr. Bibi commenced his academic journey at Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel, enrolling in the MD/PhD program. He later ventured to Worcester, Massachusetts, to pursue his research on human papillomavirus related cancer biology and innate immunity at UMass Medical School. Following his research endeavors, Dr. Bibi embarked on his clinical training as a dermatologist through the combined residency program at Boston University and Tufts University. Boston served as the backdrop for his clinical practice for several years until he made the decision to relocate to Los Angeles, California. The move to California provided him with an opportunity to explore his passion for acting and screenwriting while concurrently nurturing his interest in the realm of minimalistic skincare products. Motivated by this passion, he established his own vegan skincare company, named Dr. Bibi Organics. In early 2021, Dr. Bibi relocated once again, this time to Palm Beach County in South Florida. He continues to serve as a dermatologist in the area, while also actively engaging in various pursuits. These include sharing his knowledge through skincare education, creative writing, expanding his skincare company, and undertaking other ventures. As a clinician, Dr. Bibi possesses particular expertise in scalp dermatology, oral and genital dermatology, as well as nail dermatology, allowing him to provide specialized care to his patients in these areas of focus. Dr. Bibi is the author of “Sick Skin - Skincare Made Simple,” an Amazon bestseller exploring the many fallacies cultivated and abused by the skincare industry, as well as providing a comprehensive skincare guide to understanding the language of one's own skin: “Skinese” and providing for the skin's basic needs in the most cost effective manner.
The war we're experiencing in Israel (started by Hamas from Gaza on October 7th, 2023) isn't the first dark time we Jews have endured. You'd have to live under a rock to think that we have never experienced such atrocities like this before. Looking back only 100 years, one could get a sample of understanding as to where we Jews acquired our thick skin. Would you suspect that our strength comes from poetry? Rabbi and frequent reciter of Tehillim, Rabbi Josh Franklin of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, sheds light on the secret weapon Jews possess. Franklin goes into detail on why these 150 psalms, thought to be written by the prophecy of King David, are timeless pieces that have given Jews the strength to survive for 3000+ years. Chaz Volk, host of Bad Jew, who recently became aware of this collection of writings, sits with Rabbi Franklin to learn of the relevant texts and history of Tehillim. About Rabbi Josh Franklin: Rabbi Josh Franklin heads the Jewish Center of the Hamptons (East Hampton) as the Senior Rabbi. In his six years on East End, he has helped revitalize and grow the Jewish community through engaging programming, transformative classes, inspiring worship, and welcoming community outreach. Hundreds of people flock to his community for Shabbat on the Beach each week over the summer for an innovative and magical prayer experience. All year round, he draws people to the Jewish Center of the Hamptons to hear from him and learn with him. In addition to his role at the synagogue, Rabbi Franklin contributes widely to the greater Hamptons community. He co-writes a bi-monthly column in Dan's Papers called “Hamptons Soul,” discussing issues of spirituality and justice in the Hamptons. He has sat on numerous local committees including the East Hampton Police Reform Committee and the Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force. He also sits on the board of L'Arche Long Island, a community center and home for adults with developmental disabilities. Rabbi Franklin was named to the 2021 Schneps Media Powerlist, honoring the movers and shakers on the East End of Long Island. Dans Papers named Rabbi Franklin one of its “People of the Year: East Enders Who Made the World A Better Place in 2022.” Before receiving his ordination at Hebrew Union College, Rabbi Franklin attended Clark University in Worcester, MA. There he graduated Magna Cum Laude, receiving both a B.A. and M.A in History. He also holds two additional masters degrees in Jewish Education and Hebrew Literature. Rabbi Franklin was the recipient of the Daniel and Bonnie Tisch Fellowship, a rabbinical program exploring congregational studies, personal theology, and contemporary religion in North America. Before coming to the Hamptons, he served as a rabbi at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA. Rabbi Franklin resides in East Hampton with his wife Stephanie and two children Lilah and Amelia. Connect with Rabbi Josh Franklin: www.RabbiJoshFranklin.com www.JCOH.org Connect with Bad Jew: Connect with Bad Jew BadJewPod@gmail.com Ig @BadJewPod TikTok @BadJewPod
In episode 72 of the podcast Shad and Paul unpack 7 principals for a campus ministry movement. Whether you're starting from scratch or you're already well into your ministry, these tips will help you develop your momentum into a movement. Show Notes: Collegiate Coaching Network (NAMB) Blake Brewer Podcast Four Spiritual Laws Gospel Appointments Gospel Lesson Beginning With Christ 7 Minutes with God Leading a Local Summer Training Project Isaac Jenkins Summer Training Project
Matt checks in from Worcester, Mass and is inspired by the local art. Paul takes his wife to a Yacht Club. Paul was right about drone taxis. Jacob showed aMAZing talent as a child. Scoop Mail and Jock Vs. Nerd Trivia Price Is Skrite Halloween edition.
This week's episode of the podcast is with Stuart McMillan, widely regarded as one of the best sprint coaches in the world. Stu has worked with both professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports with a focus on power and speed development. He's personally coached over 70 Olympians at nine Olympic Games, over 30 of whom have won Olympic medals. In addition to his hands-on work with athletes, Stu runs ALTIS, an organization that trains athletes and educates coaches to perform at the highest level.In this conversation, which easily would have gone another couple hours if we hadn't run out of time, Stu and I cover a wide range of topics, from coffee and music to Stu's former life as a DJ. We get into all things coaching, including how Stu got his start and how his approach has evolved over the past 30 years, creativity and how it influences his work, the role of the “philosopher-coach” and putting an emphasis on critical thinking and question asking, taking a systems approach to working with athletes and life in general, and so, so much more.This episode is brought to you by:— Tracksmith. If you buy anything on Tracksmith.com, and you're doing so for the first time, use the code MarioNEW to save $15 on your order of $75 or more. If you're already a Tracksmith customer, use the code MarioGIVE and you can get free shipping on your next order and 5% of your purchase will go to support the Friendly House in Worcester, Massachusetts, an organization that is near and dear to me.Click here for complete show notes and sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week I had an awesome conversation with Don Swartz, who coaches my wife's Masters swimming program at North Bay Aquatics in Marin County, California, and is someone I respect, admire, and try to emulate in my own life. Don was inducted into the American Swimming Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2013, he coached several swimmers to Olympic, World Championship and Pan-American teams in the early-to-mid 1970s, not to mention a handful of world records (including Rick Demont in the 400m freestyle when he became the first person in history to break 4 minutes in the event), and he's widely credited with revolutionizing modern-day swim training with the introduction and implementation of cycle training (i.e. alternating hard days with easy days) in the early 1970s. At 77 years old Don is still on the deck, coaching both youth and Masters athletes at North Bay, and he's beloved by his athletes and fellow coaches alike. I recently sat down with Don for a couple hours at his kitchen table to talk about his coaching journey, how he approaches working with swimmers despite never being a competitive swimmer himself, founding the Creative Performance Institute in the 1970s and teaching the mental side of sport to coaches and athletes, how he stays sharp, what keeps him going, and a lot more. This episode of the podcast is the second installment of the Coach-to-Coach series and it's an instant all-timer (it's got some Frank Gagliano vibes to it), full of amazing stories, anecdotes, and practical applications for coaches, leaders, and community builders across a wide range of domains.This episode is brought to you by:— Tracksmith. If you buy anything on Tracksmith.com, and you're doing so for the first time, use the code MarioNEW to save $15 on your order of $75 or more. If you're already a Tracksmith customer, use the code MarioGIVE and you can get free shipping on your next order and 5% of your purchase will go to support the Friendly House in Worcester, Massachusetts, an organization that is near and dear to me.— Goodr. Goodr sunglasses are just the best! They don't bounce, they don't slip, they're polarized to protect your eyes, and they come in a nice range of styles and fun colors. They're also the most affordable performance shades on the planet with most pairs costing only $25 to $35 bucks a piece. If you want to support the morning shakeout and treat yourself to a pair of goodrs, head over to goodr.com/MARIO or enter the code MARIO15 at checkout to get free shipping on your order. Look good, run goodr!Click here for complete show notes and sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.