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Vurbl Traveling The World in Audio Whether you're planning a road trip, long-haul journey, or just digging deeper in your own city, Vurbl Travel will take you there. Whether you're a novice traveler or well experienced and looking to find more information about new cities, Vurbl Travel has audio for all your travel needs.
Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and the best places to travel to. It covers everything from knowing what to put on your Chicago dog when you go to the Windy City to swimming with whales in Tonga.
The World Wanderers Podcast We’re Amanda & Ryan and we’re the hosts of The World Wanderers podcast. We’re a traveling couple originally from Alberta, Canada with a love of exploring the world, eating great food (mostly Mexican food, if we’re being honest), learning new languages, and meeting new people. The World Wanderers podcast is a travel diary of our adventures since we started traveling together in 2011. We take you with us as we travel through Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand as 22-year old budget backpackers looking for the best party hostel. We take you with us to South America where we go through some our deepest personal transformations. We take you with us as we move to a small town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and take a massive career pivot. We take you with us to the southern US where we lived for a year. We take you through Asia as we navigate the world of “digital nomad life”. We take you on all our adventures in Mexico, which is the country we both feel most at home in the world. <br
America's National Parks Podcast This weekly story-based show takes you behind the events, people, and nature that have shaped our National Parks, and the 421 units managed by the National Park Service.
Untold Italy travel podcast Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and experiences you’ve been dreaming of. And create memories to last a lifetime. Our goal is to help you plan a vacation in Italy that suits you and your travel style. We love Italy and hope that by crafting incredible trips there you’ll be inspired to return again and again. Hit subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and get ready to be transported to bella Italia! Make sure to visit our site for show notes, resources and more >> https://untolditaly.com/podcast
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Episode 38: Of Greenwashing and 'Hipster Nations' This episode looks at the role of environmental policy as a component of international image and the question of whether countries are following corporations and ‘greenwashing’: laying claim to environmental reputations that they don’t deserve. Cases discussed include Australia, the US and the countries of the Middle East, stuck with a reliance of fossil fuel extraction. Simon argues that whatever the reality the simple fact of the conversation around sustainability is positive as it contributes to a global bandwagon effect by which taking care of the environment is universally expected. Simon also suggests that a middle tier of what he calls 'Hipster Nations' which emphasize the environment has now emerged -- New Zealand, Costa Rica, Chile, Slovenia and so forth -- and are changing the global conversation. Nick looks at the long arc of environmental issues in post-Cold War propaganda and wonders what issues emerging today will be critical to reputations in the future.
29. 29 Questions Birthday Q&A To celebrate the week of my 29th birthday, I bring you *...drumroll please...* a 29 questions Q&A session! I&apos;ll reveal my honest and personal answers to all 29 rapid-fire questions such as what is a perfect date for me? What motivates me? And even the things that frustrate me the most! I hope this helps you get to know me more and find some similarities between us, don&apos;t miss it! Follow me on Instagram. Check out my Pinterest boards!Sapling Use this link, or code "MFMP" for 10% off plant-based, vegan supplements which helps plant a tree.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Mel Matson's life with ADHD In this episode, Mel Matson, Marketing Director at The Co-Operative, joined us on The Places We'll Go Show to help shine a light on what life is like when living with ADHD and how she deals with it personally. We here about how Mel only recently found out she is neurodivergent, they ways in which in she copes and the relief she felt when finding out about her diagnosis.
Mel has had an incredible career in retail marketing that has allowed her to work in nearly all the top supermarket retailers in the UK, and started from her part-time role in M&S during her teenage years. She also talks about how her childhood has shaped her into the adaptable marketing leader that she is today.

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Wagga Wagga: World War I Stories Wagga Wagga: World War 1 Stories
On commemorative occasion such as Anzac and Memorial Day, we inevitably reflect on the service of prior generations in The First World War as well as other conflicts. But while these service men and women fought bravely during the conflict, how did the war fit in with their broader lives? Its a topic that Historian Ian Hodges of The Australian Department of Veteran’s affairs has been exploring with regard to World War I. The conflict that saw Australia forge a national identity distinct from the broader British Empire and one that saw the creation of The Australian Imperial Force the nation’s first military force equipped for overseas conflict.
To show the affect of the war he focused on one particular city located about 300 miles inland from Australia. It’s somewhat off the beaten bath and a name few outside South Eastern Australia are probably familiar with. Is it pronounced Wagga Wagga?
Guest Expert: Ian Hodges of The Australian Department of Veteran’s Affairs
Picture: Dept of Lands, Sydney - cropped from old map "County of Wynyard, New South Wales, 1897" at the National Library of Australia, located here
Wagga Wagga in 1897
Public Domain
File:Wagga Wagga map 1897.jpg
Created: 1 January 1897
Music: English: Elgar; Enigma variations, Theme IX. Nimrod
Date 1 January 1947
Source https://archive.org/details/EdwardElgar-EnigmaVariations/01ThemeI.C.a.e..mp3
Author
John Barbirolli
Halle Orchestra, Public Domain

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59. John Deyoung - Water for All: Bringing Life-Saving Water to Victims of the Ukraine War WATER is such a critical part of life! Wild enough how many times do we run our faucets expecting clean water to come out, or even not pay attention to how long our showers are!?! The craziest part of which just because water looks clean doesn’t mean it is!!

That’s why today, we want to talk to a good friend of mine all about clean water and more! As humans we thirst for water and it’s essential to survive…. But looking at life I’m also reminded how the “water for life is referenced in the scriptures as “living water” and what Jesus came to bring us all.

So while it may not be directly involving transitions of life, it does involve how we sustain our life and the keys to truly living with a commitment to not just sharing the hope and love of JESUS with others but also how we might use OUR passions to also bring life and access to LIFE eternally in every place we find ourselves.

WANT TO MAKE AN IMPACT TODAY?

Water for All works around the globe to serve those in desperate need of clean water. The need for clean water in UKRAINE is desperate!
Water For All has already put multiple teams on the ground in Ukraine and Poland to deploy Vivoblu filters along with a custom 10L water backpack. They have established direct channels to deploy tens of thousands more filter kits to those in need all across Ukraine. Will you join us to bring life-saving clean water to victims of the Ukraine war? You can impact dozens of lives with the gift of a water filter today! Just go to waterall.org and choose The Places Between in the dropdown as you donate today.

Water For All, the nonprofit donating water filters, can be found at WATERALL.org

Follow the journey of Water For All on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/water.for.all.international/

Learn more about Vivoblu Water filters at Vivoblu.com / Follow Vivoblu on Instagram here: instagram.com/vivobluwater/

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There’s a Garden in My Office The Evolving World of Office Design
As we re-enter our long-forgotten offices, it’s time to consider what they offer us. Are they built with inclusivity in mind? Are we welcomed by plant life and energizing human-centered design, or are we finding ourselves in the same old cookie cutter, freezing, and cramped office space with bad coffee and bright fluorescent glow?
What do we really need, and what should we consider as employees call for changes to the workplace like we’ve never seen before? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Predictions and post offices Why on earth are Clarrie and Susan so obsessed with the success of the pizza van? Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
58. Justin Maina - Overcoming Fear and Finding Purpose Ep 58. Justin Maina - Overcoming Fear and Finding Purpose //
God uses every part of our story, the good, the bad, even the stuff we assume forget. But we’re wired the way we are because of something specific, and the way God created us is not by accident! When we choose to show up to life, even dive in to confront some of the things that intimidate us or perhaps make us afraid, we can walk in more freedom than we realize. I’m super excited for today’s guest who dives in to talk about all this.
Justin Maina is an American Ninja Warrior Athlete as well as Licensed Massage Therapist who happens to also be a TV Host, Actor, Fitness Model and founder of Love Fearless. He’s on a mission to help people overcome their fears and not live a complacent life. Love fearless does this through community outreach, reminding people what unconditional love feels like and monthly activities that build community.
Learn more about Love Fearless and Fearless Cali Adventures via instagram at @fearlesscaliadventures OR @lovefearlessusa
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WANT TO MAKE AN IMPACT? Water for All works around the globe to serve those in desperate need of clean water. Join us to bring life-saving clean water to victims of the Ukraine war. The need for clean water is desperate. Water for All has already put multiple teams on the ground in Ukraine and Poland to deploy Vivoblu filters along with a custom 10L water backpack, and they have established direct channels to deploy tens of thousands more filter kits to those in need all across Ukraine but we need your help!
Join our Fight for Ukrainians in Need and impact dozens of lives with the gift of a water filter today. Go to waterall.org and choose The Places Between in the dropdown as you donate today.

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S1:E62 – Convicted at the table Moments of conviction can change the course of our lives and our relationships with others on profound levels. Jesus' teaching convicted many, in the past and present. In this week's episode, we come to the table with some who is convicted and has a huge change of heart. 
All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God’s diverse creation.
Thank you to our Mission Partners: Virginia Synod (www.vasynod.org) and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (www.elca.org).
To give to All Places Together, visit our website: http://www.allplacestogether.org/ Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the button "Give to All Places Together". This will take you to the APT giving page. Enter your contribution amount to the basket and follow the instructions to check out!
S1:E61 – Compassion Instead of just one table, this week Pastor Colleen reads what happens at two very different dinner parties. Our At The Table series continues as we discover one of the many ways that Jesus shows compassion and how we might too. 
All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God’s diverse creation.
Thank you to our Mission Partners: Virginia Synod (www.vasynod.org) and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (www.elca.org).
To give to All Places Together, visit our website: http://www.allplacestogether.org/ Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the button "Give to All Places Together". This will take you to the APT giving page. Enter your contribution amount to the basket and follow the instructions to check out!
Sustainable restaurant interior design with object space place Welcome to episode 55 of the Green & Healthy Places podcast in which we discuss the themes of wellbeing and sustainability in real estate and hospitality.I’m your host, Matt Morley, founder of Biofilico healthy buildings, and in this episode I’m in the UK talking to David Chenery of Object Space Place, a sustainable interiors company specialising in hospitality environments.Our conversation covers the Restorative Design Framework that David has developed with his business partner over the past five years, the role of circular economy principles in restaurant design, designing out waste and lowering embodied carbon while still delivering memorable customer experiences, as well as the pros and cons of sustainability assessments for restaurant spaces.David is an interior architect by trade, a considered thinker and someone with a rapidly growing client list that may suggest an inflection point in the UK restaurant industry’s relationship with sustainability.GUEST / DAVID CHENERYhttps://objectspaceplace.com/ LinkedIn profileHOST / MATT MORLEYhttps://biofilico.com/LinkedIn profile
Robespierre: The Reign of Terror Robespierre: The Reign of Terror
On 21 January 1793, a gruesome scene unfolded at the place de la revolution in Paris. After attempting to address the crowd only to have his words drowned out by drums, King Louis XVI the King of France was decapitated by the Guillotine. Spectators rushed forward and soaked their handkerchiefs in his blood to create a macabre souvenir of the event. A critical figure in the demise of Louis XVI was the revolutionary Maximilien Robespierre. He had argued that giving the King a trial would undermine the Republic. His fate was already sealed. As he put it, Louis must perish because our country must live.
But just one year later, the incorruptible revolutionary, and reformer would meet the same fate on the very same spot.
In this episode, I examine the life or Maximilian Robespierre, his development from a precocious child into a lawyer, then a revolutionary and ultimately – in the eyes of many – a tyrant.
SPECIAL GUEST:
Marisa Linton Professor Emerita at Kingston University in London.
I am a historian of the French Revolution, also eighteenth-century politics and the Enlightenment. I have written numerous books and articles on the politics of the French Revolution, including, Choosing Terror: Virtue, Friendship and Authenticity in the French Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2013), and, most recently, Terror: The French Revolution and its Demons, with Michel Biard (Polity Press, 2021). I also work as a historical consultant. I am currently working on a study of four leaders of the French Revolution – Maximilien Robespierre, Georges Danton, Louis-Antoine Saint-Just, and Camille Desmoulins.
Music: Pixabay
Picture: Portrait of Maximilien Robespierre, artist unknown. Public Domain

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GP Insights: How to Move Across the Country, Graduate College, and Thrive In this episode, I gives insight into my biggest changes since graduating college! You don't want to miss this episode filled with advice for how to approach major life changes and find career fulfillment.
 
Tune in to hear more about my experiences giving a SNC Talk, graduating college, moving across the country, starting my amazing marketing job at AuditMiner, and more!
 
Watch my SNC Talk "Improve Your Questions to Deepen Your Human Connection | SNCtalks 2022" -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKO0a3PEbTo&t=2s
The Value of Personal Expertise with Vince Campisi On this episode of Inspiring People and Places, BJ sits down with Vince Campisi. Vince has over 50 years of experience in the management, design, inspection and rehabilitation of highways, railroads, and various types of bridges and buildings. Vince explores his career journey, how he learned to manage the time strain of going to night school, having a job and maintaining a family, and how the infrastructure of our country can be reformed. Calls-to-action:  Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend!   MCFA IS HIRING!!  If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure.  Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/.  We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don’t see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email!   Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFAMCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
Episode 37: For the Love of Mexico In this episode Simon and Nick discuss the reputation of Mexico and the reasons for its relatively poor showing in the Nation Brands Index. They consider Mexican government strategies including the tendency to pay disproportionate attention to US opinion. Conversely Simon and Nick agree that the global image of Mexico remains a byproduct of Hollywood stereotyping. Nick bemoans Mexican missteps at recent World Expos. Turning to the Good Country index Simon argues that Mexico is underperforming in real terms even in areas of great strength such as culture. He argues that a strategy based on a more active global agenda will pay off in a better global image.
Parks Of The World: Reinventing And Reclaiming Neglected Spaces -- For The 21st Century We are in the midst of a worldwide golden age of park creation, and featured in this episode are powerful examples. This recent surge of park development offers us much to celebrate.  Parks are being designed as proactive, dynamic green spaces. Our guests, Victoria Newhouse and Alex Pisha,  are the authors of Parks of the 21st century: Reinventing Landscapes, Reclaimed Territories. They discuss how neglected places have become glorious public parkland. Parks are becoming reinvented and reclaimed from former railroad beds, highway caps, former airports, former industrial plants, former quarries, former strongholds.Victoria and Alex discuss parks they especially love in China, the Netherlands and other countries, and the future of parks, including ways they will help combat climate change.We end, as usual, with our guests&apos; special travel memories._____Victoria Newhouse is an architectural historian and founder of the Architectural History Foundation. Alex Pisha is a senior landscape architect at Sawyer, Burson architecture and landscape architecture. They are the authors of Parks of the 21st century: Reinventing Landscapes, Reclaimed Territories, published by Rizzoli, New York. _____Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, written nine books, including Places I Remember, and contributed to many guidebooks. Contact Lea!  @lealane on Twitter; PlacesIRememberLeaLane on Insta; on  Facebook, it&apos;s Places I Remember with Lea Lane. Website: placesirememberlealane.com.  New episodes drop every other week, on Tuesdays. Please tell your friends, family and colleagues about us, and follow, rate and review this award-winning travel podcast!
The Gruesome Murder of Elizabeth Short (The Black Dahlia) Elizabeth Short's body was discovered bisected with precision and posed with her hands over her head, her face sliced at the corners in the shape of a sinister smile. Who was The Black Dahlia?Have an idea? hello@adarkmemory.comCheck out https://ScaryStoryPodcast.com/listenAd-free? https://ScaryPlus.com
East Haven Heights #05: Campus Tour Things get scientific as our heroes attempt to uncover the purpose of the device they stole from Fearmonger, and find themselves sneaking into a Whitford University science lab. In ISSUE #05: CAMPUS TOUR, THE MUTANT leaves a hopeful note, RUSALKA adopts a nom de plume, and SILVER SPIRIT absconds with the evidence.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/
The Places We'll Go Show with Hamish Goulding In this episode we're taught by Hamish Goulding, Group Head of Brand Strategy at HSBC, about the power of being your true self but also putting yourself outside of your comfort zone. Hamish often decides to be a "yes man" and always finds himself wishing he did so more, whether that be to attend a webinar, a talk or networking event because of the connections and knowledge he gains every time. Throughout the call he continuously understates how successful he is and mentions how he is privileged to be able to work at HSBC and previous companies.
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71 - Real Encounters With Fairies And Gnomes Junebug's fairy recreation story:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CXu_198R8sErwin Saunders' YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIptHpq0tre-Mnu2V1VOoww/videosEmail us!  indarkplacespod@hotmail.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/indarkplacespodcastYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrL6rsNSKeBA31NcU3reXAPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/indarkplacesThe ABCs Of Salvation:A.  ADMIT THAT YOU’RE A SINNER. This is where that godly sorrow leads to genuine repentance for sinning against the righteous God and there is a change of heart, we change our mind and God changes our hearts and regenerates us from the inside out.B.  BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART THAT JESUS CHRIST DIED FOR YOUR SINS, WAS BURIED, AND THAT GOD RAISED JESUS FROM THE DEAD. Believe in your heart that Jesus Christ died for your sins, was buried, and that God raised Jesus from the dead. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was.C.  CALL UPON THE NAME OF THE LORD. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was. Every single person who ever lived since Adam will bend their knee and confess with their mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord, the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings.
24. Divine guidance with Carol Heffler “What is real and what’s a dream?”
Divine inspiration led musician Carol Heffler to compose music based on A Course in Miracles.
Her beautiful song, I Could See Peace opens this episode. Carol’s lifetime of creativity flowed like a river within, offering strength for her own struggles as well.
Music was something all her own, separate from a larger-than-life mother. In her teens, Carol’s passion for Dave Brubeck’s piano style remained secret - even from friends. After a classical music education, Carol finally found a jazz program in grad school at University of Massachusetts, Amhurst.
Working for Elliot Lawrence in New York, Carol scored music for Daytime TV Soaps Search for Tomorrow and The Edge of Night. In club performances she brought her love of Brazilian rhythms to jazz standards and her own compositions. Carol still enjoys performing, and especially nurturing a love of music in her grandson.
Carol’s CDs: Available on Spotify
I Could See Peace - Music of A Course in Miracles
Sea Dreams - from exactly
Willow Weep for Me - from pull of the moon
Video:
Hero - https://youtu.be/WcQcvZVAV_Y
Will McCormick: Yooper in Utah Will McCormick is a photographer, a recent college graduate with a triple major, and a marketplace analyst at Backcountry! He recently moved across the country (with me!) to Utah where he is truly going places in all facets of life.
You don't want to miss this episode filled with career advice, his mindset strategy, and more insights on the life of a Yooper in Utah.
Check out Will's amazing photography on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/augustusmedia/
Are they twins or an HRT medication? Natasha needs her mam, Tom needs his mummy and everybody needs Adil to move out of Ambridge Hall. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
Manzanar National Historic Site On episode 76, we travel to the Manzanar National Historic Site. This is a part 2 to our prior podcast where we took you to Lone Pine California.
In 1942, the United States government ordered more than 110,000 men, women, and children to leave their homes and detained them in remote, military-style camps. Manzanar War Relocation Center was one of ten camps where the US government incarcerated Japanese immigrants ineligible for citizenship and Japanese American citizens during World War II.
Today, Manzanar National Historic Site provides an opportunity to learn about the experience of over 10,000 Japanese Americans who spent all or part of World War II at Manzanar.   
Visiting Manzanar
Among the highlights on this episode, we'll take you through what we see and our impressions in both the visitor center (actually more of a museum).  We also spent many hours on the grounds visiting each of the stops that are available for visitors.
Resources
Densho.org - Preserving Japanese American stories of the past forthe generations of tomorrow
Books About Manzanar: - Visit our Amazon page for reading options related to Manzanar
 
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An Amazing New Day w/ Solomon This week I am very honoured to have my friend Solomon join me. He became a Canadian citizen in a citizenship ceremony on the day we recorded. His pure joy and happiness touched me, a Canadian by birth.
We met for tea shortly after the ceremony was done. He had stopped on the way at the Dutch Bakery to pick up some of his favourite treats for a celebration. He didn’t stop grinning the entire time we talked! Although he has lived here for 6 years, it was like he was looking around our community with new eyes, and a feeling he described as now truly ‘belonging’. His euphoria was almost tangible.
One of Solomon’s favourite places is downtown Victoria. He likes to walk around and take in the sights, the architecture, and the people. The busy-ness of this small city reminds him of where he came from. So after a couple of hours, we went for lunch on a shaded patio, and enjoyed Japanese-Korean food. It perfectly underscored Canada - an amazing mix of cultures, people, and food. Rather fitting for the occasion.
As he works in the health sector, his commitment to Canada, and determination to contribute to Canada, is much-needed. I hope you’ll join me in welcoming one of Canada’s newest citizens, Solomon.


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In The Green Room feat. Ray Flynt and Eric Sciotto Following the brilliant BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE, playwright and actor Ray Flynt, and director Eric Sciotto sit down with Alexandra Kopko to discuss this entertaining and informative story.
Ben Franklin: An Ingenious Life Playwright and performer Ray Flynt brings Benjamin Franklin to life in this brilliant audioplay, based on his one man show. Directed by Eric Sciotto and also featuring Gabi Van Horn, Kevin Sebastian, and Dana Watkins.
Episode 74 - Tales From Summer Camp Pt II: Podcasting 101 Lance and Jed have been teaching a camp on podcasting all the past week and we've sat down with the students to get their thoughts on teh whole process.

Email us at lctpodcast@lubbockcommunitytheatre.org

MUSIC:
Bonus Points - Pizza and Video Games
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Groundtruth: Environmental Justice in the International Arena Interest and urgency in advancing environmental justice has gained new momentum in the United States in recent years. But what about the rest of the world? This episode takes a global look at EJ, including its relationship with human rights and climate justice issues, and shares what companies can do to advance EJ goals more broadly. The episode is part of the Groundtruth series created in partnership with Beveridge & Diamond, one of the nation’s leading environmental law firms.★ Support this podcast ★
Episode 36: The Power of Language This episode considers the power implicit in the popularity or otherwise of particular languages on the world stage, beginning with the question of whether the Nation Brands Index is accurate in showing the admiration of English-speaking countries. Simon and Nick not the counter examples of admired countries whose languages are not global in the same way: Germany, Italy, and Japan, suggesting that having a global language is not a guarantee of global admiration, even if governments have often treated it as such. The conversation continues to consider the Chinese government's investment in the Confucius Institutes; France's work to maintain the Francophonie and the importance of language in British and US cultural diplomacy. Simon and Nick consider the likely impact of the Ukraine war on interest in learning Russian and end by considering the value of simply having a recognizable language as an extension of the country-of-origin effect, whether or not people know what the words actually mean. The pair agree that this is a resource for Japan, Italy, and others.
Our maritime past and future with David Shukman In this episode, we meet David Shukman, former BBC Science Editor. For over 30 years David has been reporting from all over the globe on the profound changes that are happening in our environment, our seas, and the wider natural world. Having started his career with the BBC in 1983, he was appointed the BBC’s first science editor in 2012, a position he held until stepping down at the end of COP26 in Glasgow. David has some fascinating stories to share from his time as a science reporter, and he’s also thought a lot about the future of the world’s oceans and the profound changes and innovations we’re witnessing here in Britain. This episode is the full interview with David, who briefly appeared on our recent episode on the future of the UK’s ports (episode 45). In that episode we explored the innovation that’s happening the UK’s maritime economy, the role of ports as a powerful engine of regional growth and a potential gateway to new global markets and routes to foreign direct investment. We also heard from some of the innovators and port operators who are writing a new maritime story in Britain, like Bob Sanguinetti, CEO of Aberdeen Harbour and Nolan Gray, Freeport Director at Tees Valley Combined Authority. We heard from Anna Ziou, Policy Director at the UK Chamber of Shipping, as well as Mark Wharton and Sophie Peachy from IOTICS, a UK company specialising in data and digital twin technology. Music on this episode is by Phill Ward Music (www.phillward.com) If you'd like to get in touch with your feedback, comments and suggestions on what you'd like to hear more of on Connected Places, please email: podcast@cp.catapult.org.uk. We’re looking forward to hearing from you! Follow the show! Don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Please also take a moment to write a review and rate us so that more people can hear about the podcast and what we do at Connected Places Catapult.
Reimagining the UK’s ports and maritime economy The United Kingdom is a maritime nation. Our ports have long been hubs connecting Britain to the rest of the world. Yet if we think of ports as under-utilised hubs of innovation, things start to get exciting! Whether it’s 5G, autonomous systems, or net zero infrastructure, our ports can foster diverse innovation ecosystems. They can also be powerful engines of regional growth, as well as gateways to new global markets and routes to foreign direct investment. With the right vision and imagination, we have the tools and capabilities to write a new and exciting chapter in Britain’s maritime story. This episode features a special guest, David Shukman, the BBC’s former Science Editor, who’s reported from around the world on climate change and the environment for 30 years. We also meet some of the innovators and port operators who are writing that new maritime story, like Bob Sanguinetti, CEO of Aberdeen Harbour and Nolan Gray, Freeport Director at Tees Valley Combined Authority. We hear from Anna Ziou, Policy Director at the UK Chamber of Shipping, as well as Mark Wharton and Sophie Peachy from IOTICS, a UK company specialising in data and digital twin technology. Music on this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Phill Ward Music (www.phillward.com) Show notes: To find out more about our Clean Maritime Demonstrator project in Aberdeen, click here. To learn more about our work on the future of the UK’s Freeports, click here. To learn about how our ports are increasing being seen as hubs of clean energy and innovation, click here. To download our report on Hubs of Innovation, click here, and you can also read our playbook for place leaders by clicking here. And to register for the Maritime Innovation Week, which the Catapult is participating in as part of London Innovation Week from 13th-17th June, click here. If you'd like to get in touch with your feedback, comments and suggestions on what you'd like to hear more of on Connected Places, please email: podcast@cp.catapult.org.uk. We’re looking forward to hearing from you! Follow the show! Don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Please also take a moment to write a review and rate us so that more people can hear about the podcast and what we do at Connected Places Catapult.
The Songhai Empire: Africa's Forgotten Super State On the periphery of the Malian city of Gao, close to the banks of the River Niger, sits an extraordinary pyramid-like structure. Standing 17 meters tall, and reportedly constructed with mud and wood shipped in from Mecca, some 7,000 kilometers away, it is known as the Tomb of Askia. And is believed to be the last resting place of Askia Mohamed I a man who ruled one of Africa’s largest yet less remembered superstates: The Songhai Empire. In this episode, I detail the key events in the meteoric rise and the spectacular demise of this extraordinary empire. And I talk to an expert, professor Mauro Nobili of the Univ of Illinois. His areas of expertise include Mali, Islam, and Arabic manuscripts in West Africa. His published works include Sultan, Caliph, and renewer of the faith Ahmad Lobbo, the Tārīkh al-fattāsh, and the making of an Islamic state in West Africa.Guest speaker: Prof. Mauro Nobili University of Illinois Urbana ChampaignGuest Bio: I am a historian of pre-colonial and early-colonial West Africa, with a specific interest in the area of the modern Republic of Mali and the town of Timbuktu. My special focus is on Muslim societies of the region and their Arabic manuscript heritage. I conduct research in several collections of Arabic manuscripts from West Africa, stored in public or private libraries in Africa (Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Niger, Ghana, and Ivory Coast), Europe (Denmark and France), and North America (USA). I have worked and published on topics linked to Arabic calligraphies and script styles, Islamic eschatology, genealogies, and the West African chronicle tradition.  My current project is an original study of the Timbuktu chronicle known as the Tārīkh al-fattāsh. The chronicle’s complex genesis and authorship is still shrouded in mystery. Notwithstanding the efforts of several scholars, the major obstacle has been the limited access to the actual manuscripts of the chronicle. My research thus comprises an effort to collect all the available manuscript copies of the Tārīkh al-fattāsh, on the basis of which I am producing an innovative analysis of the text. My study is revealing that the Tārīkh al-fattāsh is a novel chronicle written in the 19th century, and not the effort of three generations of scholars who worked on it starting from the early 16th century and eventually interpolated in the 19th century, as previously advanced by most scholars. This 19th-century Tārīkh al-fattāsh was composed by a substantial rework of a 17th-century anonymous work. The manuscripts available allow for a new, comparative edition of the two texts. My work is re-instating the two works to their historical periods and, by throwing light on the political and ideological motivations that lie under their production, as well as the usage of the chronicle themselves, is contributing to improving our knowledge of the intellectual history of West Africa, from the post-medieval period to the immediate pre-colonial time.Mauro&apos;s selected works: Amazon booksThe following music was used for this media project:Music: Heroes Of A Thousand Battles by MusicLFilesFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/8099-heroes-of-a-thousand-battlesLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseArtist website: https://cemmusicproject.wixsite.com/musiclibraryfilesPhoto: The Tomb of Askia
The 8 Factors of Engagement In this episode Ben and Michael explore the research and ideas of Marcus Buckingham. Using his book, Nine Lies at Work (2019), we share our responses and experiences to the 8 factors of engagement:
1. I am really enthusiastic about the mission of my company.
2. At work, I clearly understand what is expected of me.
3. In my team, I am surrounded by people who share my values.
4. I have the chance to use my strengths every day at work.
5. My teammates have my back.
6. I know I will be recognised for excellent work.
7. I have great confidence in my company’s future.
8. In my work, I am always challenged to grow.
23. Meet Yumi How did Yumi Iwama get from constant anxiety to…peace? To learn her secret, listen to this mini-episode. To learn more about Yumi’s amazing journey, listen to the full discussion on Episode 22: Release Anxiety with Yumi Iwama.
70 - British Bigfoot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmbnMV0pzc8Email us!  indarkplacespod@hotmail.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/indarkplacespodcastYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrL6rsNSKeBA31NcU3reXAPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/indarkplacesThe ABCs Of Salvation:A.  ADMIT THAT YOU’RE A SINNER. This is where that godly sorrow leads to genuine repentance for sinning against the righteous God and there is a change of heart, we change our mind and God changes our hearts and regenerates us from the inside out.B.  BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART THAT JESUS CHRIST DIED FOR YOUR SINS, WAS BURIED, AND THAT GOD RAISED JESUS FROM THE DEAD. Believe in your heart that Jesus Christ died for your sins, was buried, and that God raised Jesus from the dead. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was.C.  CALL UPON THE NAME OF THE LORD. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was. Every single person who ever lived since Adam will bend their knee and confess with their mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord, the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings.
57. Joel Parker - The Holiness of Insignificant Things In Our Lives Living a life focusing on God’s kingdom and what our role is to play in it isn’t always easy. But when you know what you’re passionate about and the things that give you life it certainly helps. 

Having led conversations through film and media, it’s in the storytelling where Joel Parker found himself returning over the years as a filmmaker. What started as a love for snowboarding and making films around snowboard culture himself as Nations Foundation, evolved and transitioned to something more broad and telling stories OF the nations with Nations Media which specializes in stories of hope from around the globe diving into places of pain and persecution, much of which is not even covered by mainstream media.

We talk about the journey, we talk about purpose as a believer, we talk about the challenges of western Christianity and our own limitations as believers in a comfortable society, and we even talk about recovery and the new ventures Joel has been called to and I’m hoping today will be a bit of a treat for you as you tune in.

I’m both honored and excited to dive in here today with my friend Joel. He’s a husband, he’s a dad. He’s a leader, pastor and teacher. He loves flying, surfing, and snowboarding and is truly an all around awesome guy showing up for people in broken places and doing his best to be a light in a world that desperately needs God’s hope. His enthusiasm for life is contagious as is his fierce love of people.

I’m so excited for today’s show so why don’t you pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and dive in with us to the places between.

Find out more about Latitude Recovery Center at latituderecoverycenter.com.  // Additionally, whether you or someone you know has been wrecked by addiction, or other behavioral health disorders, Joel has given his contact info for you to connect with him regarding navigating recovery. He wants to be a resource for you and is happy to do so. Here is his email: Joel@latituderecoverycenter.com

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S4E1 - SINGIN' IN THE RAIN JR SINGIN' IN THE RAIN JR
Our 2022 Stars of Summer production featuring a cast of 40 young actors from throughout Southeast Nebraska. Adapted from the classic movie musical, this show is full of great music and dancing.
Running July 21-24, 2022. Tickets available at 402-228-1801 or online at www.beatricecommunityplayers.com/tickets
Haunted: The Sallie House The Sallie House, in Atchison, Kansas, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl who died in the living room of the residence, when it was being used as an operating room by a physician who lived there. However, there are some who say that the little girl is a disguise for something much darker.Up next, check look up Scary Story Podcast on your podcast app.Have an idea for A Dark Memory? Write to me at hello@adarkmemory.comAd-free? https://ScaryPlus.com
Parks Of The World: Reinventing And Reclaiming Neglected Spaces -- For 21st Century Pleasures We are in the midst of a worldwide golden age of park creation, and featured in this episode are powerful examples. This recent surge of park development offers us much to celebrate.  Parks are being designed as proactive, dynamic green spaces. Our guests, Victoria Newhouse and Alex Pisha,  are the authors of Parks of the 21st century: Reinventing Landscapes, Reclaimed Territories. They discuss how neglected places have become glorious public parkland. Parks are becoming reinvented and reclaimed from former railroad beds, highway caps, former airports, former industrial plants, former quarries, former strongholds.Victoria and Alex discuss parks they especially love in China, the Netherlands and other countries, and the future of parks, including ways they will help combat climate change.We end, as usual, with our guests&apos; special travel memories._____Victoria Newhouse is an architectural historian and founder of the Architectural History Foundation. Alex Pisha is a senior landscape architect at Sawyer, Burson architecture and landscape architecture. They are the authors of Parks of the 21st century: Reinventing Landscapes, Reclaimed Territories, published by Rizzoli, New York. _____Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, written nine books, including Places I Remember, and contributed to many guidebooks. Contact Lea!  @lealane on Twitter; PlacesIRememberLeaLane on Insta; on  Facebook, it&apos;s Places I Remember with Lea Lane. Website: placesirememberlealane.com.  New episodes drop every other week, on Tuesdays. Please tell your friends, family and colleagues about us, and follow, rate and review this award-winning travel podcast!
Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket: Charming Massachusetts Getaways From the Cape Cod peninsula to the nearby islands of  Martha&apos;s Vineyard and Nantucket, Massachusetts offers some of the most charming towns and activities in the U.S. And Leon Bolivar, a true Cape Codder, leads us along the way. We start on the Cape, discussing places to go and things to do in and around Falmouth, Sandwich, Hyannis, Yarmouth, Dennis, Chatham and Provincetown. Then talk about Cape Cod pastimes including baseball, golf, croquet and whale watching. Food and drink faves include  clams, oysters and lobsters -- including lobster ice cream! (With local potato chips, and maybe a cranberry Cape Codder.) We  go on to Martha&apos;s Vineyard -- what to see and do, in and around the cliffs and beaches from  Oak Bluffs to Edgartown. And then, Nantucket -- what to see and do on this extremely charming little island filled with whaling history and cobblestone streets.Lea offers a limerick she adapted about Nantucket. And Leon ends with his special memory._____Leon Bolivar is director of marketing for Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster, Cape Cod. He has loved the Cape region since he arrived from South America as a young man. _____Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, written nine books, including Places I Remember, and contributed to many guidebooks. Contact Lea  @lealane on Twitter; PlacesIRememberLeaLane on Insta; on  Facebook, it&apos;s Places I Remember with Lea Lane. Website: placesirememberlealane.com.  New episodes drop every other week, on Tuesdays. Please tell your friends, family and colleagues about us, and follow, rate and review this award-winning travel podcast!
Making a Big Impact by Applying Expertise and Focusing on Communication to Protect Contract Fairness with Brian Perlberg On this week’s episode BJ sits down with Brian Perlberg, Executive Director & Senior Counsel for ConsensusDocs, a coalition of 40 leading construction organizations. Brian is the only construction attorney in the United States certified as a CM-Lean for lean construction. Using Brian’s contracts to communicate and incorporate best practices instills fairness throughout contracts and are used by people who want to mitigate claims instead of escalating claims. Resources mentioned:  CM-Lean: The AGC Certificate of Management-Lean Construction (CM-Lean) is an assessment-based certificate credential that denotes knowledge and understanding of concepts related to lean adoption, practice and process transformation outlined in AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program. Successful candidates will carry the CM-Lean designation.ConsensusDocs was founded in 2007 under the leadership of twenty organizations in the architecture, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) industry, with one goal in mind: to help the industry build a better way by developing contracts that protect the best interests of the project. In order to do so, the ConsensusDocs Coalition created a process dependent upon — trust, collaboration, and innovation. About The ConsensusDocs Coalition | Construction Contract Agreements The ConsensusDocs Coalition consists of 41 prominent organizations collectively represent over more than 300,000 individuals and companies Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend!   MCFA IS HIRING!!  If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure.  Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/.  We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don’t see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email!
Episode 29: Exploring the Protective Coating Industry Listen in as Dick Hannah, VP of Learning and Innovation at HASC speaks with Pete Mitchell, VP of New Market Development and Technical Management at GMA Garnet Group discuss innovation and collaboration in the protective coating industry. This episode, you will also learn more about the Coating Society of Houston, how they support continued education and host various events to advance their cause.
Cow cuddling and equine therapy In this week's episode we discuss Ben sticking his oar in to the body shape debate, Harriet shares her disastrous audition and Mr Newbie is revealed. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
Apartheid South Africa with Gabeba Baderoon In the years after World War II, hundreds of millions of Africans experienced newfound independence after decades or in some cases centuries of Colonialism.  But in South Africa, the descendants of white settlers, and other European immigrants increased the subjugation of 90 percent of the populace through overtly racist policies under the umbrella term of Apartheid. During the Apartheid era, non-whites couldn&apos;t vote, marry, go to school with, or live alongside whites. Many also lost citizenship rights in their own nation.Gabeba Baderoon grew up in this era but as a young woman saw the end of Apartheid.  She is now an Associate Professor of  Women&apos;s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and African Studies at Penn State. Gabeba is also an award-winning poet. In this episode, I talk to Gabeba about South African society under apartheid both broadly and from her own personal experiences.Gabeba Baderoon&apos;s work: Amazon profileMusic: PixabayPhoto: An example Apartheid segregation photo 12345 Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0Armenian History with Mer HerosnerMer Herosner (Our Heros), is a podcast about Armenian history, culture and the peopleListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
The change agent Simon Michaelides Simon has had an incredible career which has spanned over many industries from FMCG, Media and now Travel. Simon is known as the man that would run towards gunfire while everyone is running away, he has a passion for change and get's his energy from taking on new challenges or projects most people would hide from. In this episode, Simon is open and honest about loneliness, being naturally shy and overthinking which we can all relate to at times. But most of all, Simon is genuine person who has a career we all dream of, yet is still so humble.
S2 #25 An Amazing Summer w/ Laurel Collins What’s amazing in the world of a Member of Parliament? Her riding; the people, the places, and the events that are happening in Victoria, Oak Bay, and part of Saanich.
MP Laurel Collins joins us to talk about what she enjoys/has enjoyed doing this summer. We hope you are inspired to get outside or get involved, and enjoy what's on offer!

Here are some of the events, places, and organisations that we discuss:
Beacon Hill Park
Moss Street Market
James Bay Market
Victoria Literacy Connection
FernFest
VicWestFest
Jazz Fest
Ska Fest
Rendezvous Victoria
City of Victoria events
James Bay New Horizons
Irving Park
Oak Bay Parks
Saanich Parks
Leadership Victoria
East Sooke Park
CRD Parks
S2 #26 Amazing Grants for Community w/ Ryan Painter Hearing “Gaming Branch” may cause different reactions in some, but for non-profits across the province, it can mean the difference in what programmes and services they are able to offer.
Ryan Painter, Executive Director of Charityworks.ca, is here to explain what the Community Gaming Grant Programme (dispersed by the British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch) is all about, as well as what charities, organisations, and activities can qualify for funding.
Last year, the Gaming Branch handed out $140M in BC to deserving groups! If you want to learn how your group can apply for funds, listen in!
Resources:
Charityworks
Community Gaming Grants Programme
Susan Stein: Playwright, Performer, Founder of the Etty Project Susan Stein is the founder, playwright, and performer of the Etty Project. She has spent the past 11 years touring her original play, Etty to theaters, universities, schools, prisons and other venues across the country and internationally. The Etty project shares the journals and writings of Etty Hillesum, a young Jewish Dutch student living and writing in occupied Amsterdam in 1942.
I had the opportunity to sit down with Susan after watching her play, and I was hooked. Her passion for her work is inspiring and beautiful. This is an episode you don't want to miss. You will hear more about the creation of Etty, Susan's personal journey, and more about the true beauty in Etty's story.
Learn more about the Etty Project: https://ettyproject.org
Etty Project Photographer: Ricardo Barros
Episode 34: The Power of “From”: The Country-of-Origin Effect This episode revisits a key concept in the study of international image: the ‘country-of-origin effect’ by which countries can enhance the value of products made there and vice versa. Simon notes that an estimated 1/3 of all value in the world is locked in brand value and the desire of some developing countries to develop international brands. He recalls the successful case of Dilmah tea as a Sri Lankan brand. Nick recalls the success of Germany in repositioning its Country-of-Origin narrative from inexpensive manufactured goods in the late 19th century to its high-quality well-designed products in the early 20th century and since – a trajectory followed by Japan and now by China. They discuss brands which imply a false origin and recent attempts to protect an image as when Jamaica objected to Adidas using its national colors on shoes.
Episode 35: Northern Ireland peace and the challenge of 'relevance' In this episode Nick and Simon respond to a listener's question about the impact of a potential collapse of the Northern Ireland peace agreement on the image of the UK. After discussing this question, the conversation broadens to include the difference between issues of elite relevance and issues of importance to 'ordinary people'. Simon and Nick discuss the benefits of collaboration and the difficulties in dramatizing issues of broad international relevance like the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to a global audience.
ROUTINE QUEEN! CALLING ALL OF THE ROUTINE QUEENS! Taylor talks candidly about being in her shopping era, the rules required when attending a baseball game and how she's trying to be a morning person. She shares her LOVE for routines and how having a strong morning/night routine can actually make you a happier, more productive you! Taylor debriefs her routines to debunk the social media stigma of a perfect-looking morning and shares how her realistic process actually makes her excited to get her day started. She also runs through the physical, tangible perks of being a routine queen!
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Finding Community *Post Grad Diaries* Mackenzie Marsh (@jesuspeopleplaces) is back for another episode of the post-grad diaries, with the ultimate topic, finding community. After starting a post-grad journey of her own, Mackenzie took to TikTok to simply find like-minded friends in her area, ultimately gaining a platform and amassing over thirty thousand followers in the process! In this episode, you will learn the purpose of Mackenzie's platform and how finding community has put the people in Jesus People Places. The girls talk about their different experiences with having a rich community and why it's essential to prioritize strong relationships. As besties themselves, Taylor and Mackenzie share their thoughts on finding your people and give tangible steps to do so!
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69 - July News Recap https://v16m-default.tiktokcdn-us.com/23bf896381df851739f3e0ea172c77c6/62d26659/video/tos/useast5/tos-useast5-ve-0068c003-tx/df630b9156f84d31a97d2a6ad6d32e81/?a=1988&ch=0&cr=0&dr=0&lr=tiktok_m&cd=0%7C0%7C1%7C0&cv=1&br=2718&bt=1359&cs=0&ds=3&ft=eXWR6H-qMyq8ZhbGgwe2NTkRfl7Gb&mime_type=video_mp4&qs=0&rc=NTU5OTo7OWkzNGRoZzM7OkBpanV2bWc6ZjpmZTMzZzczNEBeMjM2LTNfX2MxNl8xNDBiYSNkaG9qcjRnNS1gLS1kMS9zcw%3D%3D&l=2022071601184001011300725321C0657EEmail us!  indarkplacespod@hotmail.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/indarkplacespodcastYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrL6rsNSKeBA31NcU3reXAPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/indarkplacesThe ABCs Of Salvation:A.  ADMIT THAT YOU’RE A SINNER. This is where that godly sorrow leads to genuine repentance for sinning against the righteous God and there is a change of heart, we change our mind and God changes our hearts and regenerates us from the inside out.B.  BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART THAT JESUS CHRIST DIED FOR YOUR SINS, WAS BURIED, AND THAT GOD RAISED JESUS FROM THE DEAD. Believe in your heart that Jesus Christ died for your sins, was buried, and that God raised Jesus from the dead. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was.C.  CALL UPON THE NAME OF THE LORD. This is trusting with all of your heart that Jesus Christ is who he said he was. Every single person who ever lived since Adam will bend their knee and confess with their mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord, the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings.
28. Who am I? | My Vegan Journey Part 3 Final part of About Me! I would be remiss if I did not at least introduce my vegan lifestyle, which has brought so much to my life and personally philosophy for over 8 years now. I hope this episode helps answer some questions you may have about my journey and brings you some insight as well. Subscribe to my YT channel!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Cult Massacre: Jonestown's Horror in the Jungle Jim Jones and the cult he founded, The Peoples Temple, eventually moved South. On November 18, 1978, hundreds of bodies in Guyana, in South America, were laying lifeless across the fields, described as human quilts when viewed from the airplane. They had all committed suicide.Have an idea for A Dark Memory? hello@adarkmemory.comAd-free? https://ScaryPlus.com
Haunted by Spirits of the Tsunami In 2011, Japan was struck by one of the largest natural disasters in modern history. But once the wave had passed, something else began to haunt the people of Japan: ghosts.Have an idea? Email me at hello@adarkmemory.comAd-free on https://ScaryPlus.com
Season 2 Kickoff - Faith In The Process Matters We talk about so many aspects of life from faith and calling, to waiting, and even learning to thrive in the spaces and places between of life! (You know the waiting, the “not quite there yet” places, the hallways, even the hard parts of life.)

When it feels like you don’t know who you are, what your life will look like in six months, or what you have to offer (depending what you’re waiting for) Faith in the process matters when you know you’re called to more - Regardless of the “knowing part”

On season 2 of The Places between I’m so excited to dive into more conversations around life and purpose and faith in the places between. From confronting fear to leading from a burden, even letting your passions guide you to what you’re called into, IM so excited to present these conversations as everyday life lessons from heroes of faith. Some with large platforms. Some like you and me doing their best to show up for Jesus everyday of their life within what they’re called to.

Rather than waiting on LIFE to happen to you, why not embrace all that life has to offer and make the most of it?!!!

Find significance and learn to trust God despite the unknowns, the waiting and “not quite there yet” places.

Be encouraged along your journey through testimonials of God’s faithfulness knowing his promises are available for you, too!

Take it a step deeper and come away with us!! If you want to dive into community with us and the Places Between then consider a RETREAT! Learn more at ThePlacesBetween.com.

Lastly, I HOPE that if anything, these stories and testimonies of Gods faithfulness in the lives of my guests and even friends, would be a source of encouragement and a reminder that if we let him into our deepest moments, he’ll walk with us in the darkest ones too. Don’t throw in the towel yet…. Because I just KNOW God is moving and he longs to show up and show off in your story too! Im already praying it will be a season of stories and life’s lessons that you will NOT forget. Places between guest clips & episode numbers:
Jesse Bradley - #40
Kirk Samuels - #39
Rachel Washington - #38
Crystal Woodman Miller - #33
Allison Madrigal - #31
Ken Allen - #47
Stephanie Waldrop Williams - #45
Tim Brown - #44
Jordan Dooley - #43
Amber Chardavoyne - #42
Daniel Petruska - #34

Season 2 guests coming ….
Biff Gore 7/14
Judah Trabulsi 8/4
Justin Maina 7/28
Joel Parker 7/21

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16. Krista DeYoung - Purpose in the Waiting It was such a treat to host Krista DeYoung on The Places Between, as she truly is a solid woman with an amazing heart for young women and reaching people with a message of value, worth, purpose and more (which is near and dear to my heart, cause well, y’all, Life is HARD to navigate, especially when we don’t know who we are!

Well I can say Krista is one amazing gal who is definitely changing the world, so dive in with us to today’s episode with my very good friend and sister from a different mister Krista!!! We talk about life’s challenges as a female. We also talk about prayer and the importance of community. We even talk a bit about truth and posturing ourselves to seek wisdom. I cannot wait for you to dive in with us, knowing we haven’t figured it all out yet, but it truly is all about the journey! Whether you’re a teen, in college, a young adult or a mom, you can learn more about Krista DeYoung and Girl Above online at Girlabove.com. Don’t forget to visit her on Instagram @GirlAbove

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56. Biff Gore - A Change Is Gonna Come Today, I have the honor of introducing a friend doing incredible things in the world of music as an artist and worship leader. Some of you may know him from a popular network TV show (NBC) and I’m overjoyed we finally got to have a conversation today to share his story with you. Our conversation dove into the faithfulness of God in our stories today and the encouragement to live your life fully trusting God no matter what comes. He’s worked it all out for your good, so as you take steps forward to live in the places between, opportunities to trust God along the way will present themselves.

Dive into our conversation today as we get to know Biff Gore a little more! A husband and the proud father of 7 kids. He is a powerful, soul singing Blues and R&B songwriter and His rich vocals landed him a spot on season 6 of NBC's The Voice, singing “A Change Is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke with Team Usher.
His grueling blues sound moved him on to the top 8 with Team Blake. And while that was a bit ago Biff can still be found playing gigs and writing new material. His timeless vocal styles are not to be missed! In fact, he just released a new single called “Made to Worship” and you can find it on Apple Music and Spotify. 

I’m so excited for this upcoming conversations so grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and dive in with us to the Places between.
Find Biff today on Facebook here. or Instagram @biffgore. 

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Erin Carey: Roaming the World on a 47 Foot Yacht Going Places is going GLOBAL! Erin Carey is the founder and director of Roam Generation, a travel-focused PR agency. She currently lives on a 47-foot-yacht and travels across the globe.
Hailing from Australia, Erin and her husband decided to leave the comfort-zone of the suburbs to pursue adventure with their two sons after watching a sailing documentary called Maidentrip. After intense research and planning, they ended up buying their yacht sight unseen!
You do not want to miss this episode! It is filled with fantastic advice about pushing outside of the comfort zone. Erin's story will make you want to travel the world, and follow your dreams.
Check out Roam Generation here: https://www.roamgeneration.com
Transitioning 30+ Years of Military Service into an Elevated Leadership Philosophy with Maj. Gen. Todd McCaffrey On this week’s episode, BJ interviews Maj. Gen. Todd McCaffrey. While Todd’s expertise is outside of the SEC industry, he dives deep into how his over 30 years of military service guides his leadership philosophy, and how he transitioned into president of McCaffrey Consulting, where he helps clients achieve business objectives supporting U.S. national security.Resources mentioned:  Find Todd on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-mccaffrey-mg-us-army-ret/Big Red Barn: https://www.thebigredbarnretreat.org/Calls-to-action:  Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend!   MCFA IS HIRING!!  If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure.  Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/.  We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don’t see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email!   Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFAKeywords: MCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
Falling in Love with Solving Problems for the World with Nivi Sharma, CEO of Bridges to Prosperity On this week’s episode, BJ sits down with Nivi Sharma, CEO of Bridges to Prosperity. Nivi explores her winding career, the journey from creating free Wi-Fi resources, digitizing he Kenyan Primary School curriculum content for revision and literacy, and now Bridges to Prosperity, the global leader in rural infrastructure development. Nivi and BJ also dive into the impact of one’s work, and how falling in love with what you do allows you to bring your full potential to the job. Resources mentioned:  Find Nivi on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/nivi-sharma-44813852/To join one of the corporate teams and be a part of spending a day in the local community - 10 days in Rwanda and Uganda - go to bridgestoprosperity.org/bjkraemer and apply!Calls-to-action:  Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend!   MCFA IS HIRING!!  If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure.  Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/.  We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don’t see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email!   Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFAMCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
Lone Pine On episode 75, we travel to Lone Pine California.
Lone Pine is a small western town in the Owens Valley. The town is the base camp for climbers and hikers on their way to Mount Whitney. The annual parade of hikers and mountain climbers seeking to summit Whitney keeps a constant flow of people in the area to support local lodging, restaurants and visitor services.
You'll find Lone Pine situated between several major natural tourist destinations including Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Mammoth Mountain, Death Valley National Park and Yosemite National Park.  Nearby Lone Pine are opportunities for hiking, fishing and admiring some of the most beautiful backcountry of California.
If you love the natural beauty of the Sierra Nevadas or are a fan of the Western film genre, Lone Pine can be a great destination for you.
Visiting Lone Pine
Among the highlights on this episode, are the following attractions and activities: 
Alabama Hills
Mobius Arch Loop Trail
Museum of Western Film History
Mount Whitney Portal
and more

Lodging
We discuss the RV park where we stayed during trip:
Boulder Creek RV Resort 
 
 
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BOOKS: And while planning your travels, you can find links to a number of books to get you in the travel mindset on our Amazon Store Page - check out the section: Books That Inspire Travel 
Lone Pine Themed Books (click here to reach our page on Amazon)
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GEAR: We also invite you to visit our Amazon Storefront for more travel resources that we recommend - all of which, we personally use in our travels.
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Inspiring Your Future Travels
We hope this episode inspires you to consider a visit to Lone Pine.  
Which activities will you plan on your trip?   Drop us a line if you have an adventure in this city.
 
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Bonus: 10 Minute Guided Meditation with Certified Yoga Instructor, Valerie Della Longa Ready to feel ZEN?... For our first-ever Bonus Episode, I bring you a 10 minute guided meditation kindly led by Valerie Della Longa - Certified Yoga and Meditation Instructor based in Houston, TX. Contact Valerie at www.valeriedlnutrition.com if you would like to continue your yoga & meditation practice. Special thanks to my AMAZING friend Michelle for her part in producing this episode.Watch this episode in video form.Follow me on Twitter.Support the show
S1:E59 – Called at the Table One of the most common complaints against Jesus was that he ate with sinners, outcasts, and women. Throughout all four gospels, Jesus can be found at tables with unexpected people doing unexpected things. All Places Together's summer podcast series: At the Table is going to dig into many of these stories. 
The first episode, Called, shares the story of Levi. A tax collector who Jesus calls to be one of his first disciples. Through Levi's story, we can hear Jesus calling us to the table as well, to eat with him and some of our favorite and least favorite folks. 
You're invited to All Places Together's Zoom Communion Table on Monday, August 29 at 7pm EST. Details on how to join soon. Save the date now. There's a place ready for you. 
All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God’s diverse creation.
Thank you to our Mission Partners: Virginia Synod (www.vasynod.org) and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (www.elca.org).
To give to All Places Together, visit our website: http://www.allplacestogether.org/ Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the button "Give to All Places Together". This will take you to the APT giving page. Enter your contribution amount to the basket and follow the instructions to check out!
S1:E60 – Crumbs At the Table with APT continues! Pastor Colleen reflects on a passage from the Bible where Jesus has a life changing moment in his ministry.
All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God’s diverse creation.
Thank you to our Mission Partners: Virginia Synod (www.vasynod.org) and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (www.elca.org).
To give to All Places Together, visit our website: http://www.allplacestogether.org/ Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the button "Give to All Places Together". This will take you to the APT giving page. Enter your contribution amount to the basket and follow the instructions to check out!
East Haven Heights #04: Hide Out Having followed the leads they picked up in the museum, our heroes find themselves face to face with none other than the notorious villain Fearmonger! But how is he connected to a mysterious figure from Aggie’s past? And what’s a team to do when their leader stops believing in them? In ISSUE #04: HIDE OUT, team tensions finally come to a head as THE MUTANT makes a costly error, SILVER SPIRIT runs away from his problems, and RUSALKA begins to formulate a new plan for everyone.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/
Changing Places Season 2 Welcome to Season 2 of Changing Places, a podcast about our evolving relationship with the built world around us. Join journalist Mariam Sobh for fascinating conversations with leaders from the worlds of real estate, design, urban planning, architecture, community voices, and others who bring our places and spaces to life.
Find Changing Places wherever you get your podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The built world meets sustainability: how cities and suburbs are creating a new future Sustainability. Whatever it means to you, it is challenging cities and suburbs around the world from Long Beach, California to Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Just how do cities, suburbs, local governments, and federal actions work together - or in spite of each other - to create a sustainable built world of tomorrow?
With everyone from local citizen groups to global policy approaching the issue from a slightly different vantage points, the future of sustainability is up for grabs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"The Fruit of Love" Service for July 3rd, 2021
3rd Sunday after Trinity, Year C
Celebrant: Fr. Lee McLeod, CJ
St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Nicholasville, KY
www.jessamineanglicans.org

Lectionary Readings
Isaiah 66:10-16
Psalm 66
Galatians 6:6-18
Luke 10:1-20
"The Fruit of Joy" Service for July 3rd, 2021
4th Sunday after Trinity, Year C
Celebrant: Fr. Lee McLeod, CJ
St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Nicholasville, KY
www.jessamineanglicans.org

Lectionary Readings
Deuteronomy 30:9-14
Psalm 25
Colossians 1:1-14
Luke 10:25-37
ELPAR 2022: Spotlight on Environmental Citizen Suits For more than a decade, ELI and Vanderbilt University Law School have featured some of the year’s best academic thinking on legal and policy solutions to pressing environmental problems via the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review (ELPAR).  Linda Breggin, a Senior Attorney at ELI and a Lecturer in Law at Vanderbilt University Law School who co-founded ELPAR, and Kritsen Sarna, a Vanderbilt law student who served as editor-in-chief, talk to Howard Learner, President and Executive Director of the Environmental Law & Policy Center, to find out his thoughts on environmental citizen suits, the subject of one of this year’s featured articles.★ Support this podcast ★
The world's most refined rave In this week's show we explore sibling rivalry, the Carter's happy ending and Febreze joins the Wimbledon commentary team. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
The Birthday One Febreze and Clarrie discuss Ambridge's ancient customs, some dating back to April, and Harriet fancies Sam the Social. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
Don't leave a baby near a buffalo This week, Febreze is left in charge of Ian's pizza van and we look forward to the punch-up between Pat and Natasha's mother, as well as wondering what on earth Steph is fit to do. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch.
Australian Penal Transportation (British Crime and Punishment Part Two) On the 29 April 1770, two men attempted to stop the disembarkation of a group of strange and unwelcome visitors on a beach in what came to be known as Botany Bay in Australia. The interlopers were lead by Captain James Cook of the British Royal Navy, and they were the first Europeans to make landfall in Eastern Australia. This incident had huge ramifications not just for the native Australians but also for people 10,000 miles away in Britain. With the so-called bloody code in force, Britons could face the death penalty for over 200 hundred offences. But the government lacked the infrastructure and the public the appetite for execution on an industrial scale. Australia provided a new avenue for the punishment of criminals.
In this episode I discuss penal transportation with historian Brad Manera, Senior Historian and Curator of the Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney. He co-authored Australia’s submission to UNESCO which resulted in 11 penal transportation locations in the being listed as World Heritage sites. I began our conversation by asking him to explain the origins of Britain’s Australian colonies.
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