34 Burst results for "Phipps"

"phipps" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"She gets a rematch. I won't call it a rivalry yet between her and malata because male thought has beaten her the last couple of times they faced each other, including last time out in the grade one personal incident Saratoga, where la truce faded to third. But it's becoming an interesting one to watch. And people are probably giving up on latrice. You remember last year, when she came in to the breeders cup distaff, off of that big win in the spinster, her trainer fausto Gutierrez was on this program, and he talked about how good she was doing coming into that race. But then afterwards, he came back on again. After the race, after she finished tenth, tenth of 11 in the breeders cup distaff just didn't show up at del mar. And he said, you know, in retrospect, it was probably too hard of a campaign. We probably asked her to do too much. So looking ahead to 2022, we're going to scale back on the workload we're giving her. Not runner as many times. Last year she made 8 starts. The spinster tomorrow is going to be her 5th start of this season, so she runs well, goes on to the breeders cup. That will be 6. Two less races. So fausto stuck to the plan. And I think he's feeling like latrice is just getting back into that form. Remember, she won the Apple blossom, then came back and threw in that clunker just unexplainable in the grade one Ogden phipps. In June at Belmont, where she finished 5th, behind Clare and mallet. And then last time out third, she faded goes past her and wins that race in the grade one personal Ensign. Latrice is 5 to two. That is three to 5. Different track, different pace scenario, going to be really fun to watch tomorrow in that spinster. We'll see if latrice can do it or if mallet that says, hey, I'm just better than you. That's going to be a fantastic race tomorrow. Here in the bluegrass. Don't forget that you won't want to miss any coverage of the fall racing, including the breeders cup like only blood horse daily can bring you. Follow the races and news throughout the day on

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"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"And there is over a million people in there living there. But in fact, it's city has spread out so much that it used to be about 20 miles or so from the ocean to the city and now it's all city. I've heard the people are also very appreciative of the veterans. They are. Everyone I saw, they knew you were American just by looking at you. And they were very kind, anything you wanted to ask them, they'd tell you what direction to go very kind, they'd lead you around by the hand, even to get take you to someplace you wanted to go. So they are free people now. They are you suffered a great deal. Yes. To help them get that freedom. So when you see that appreciation, what does that mean to you? It was very heartwarming. To realize that they know that America is the only reason they're free. There were a lot of other countries over there helping, but America board the bulk of the problem. You are now in Washington for the dedication of the wall of remembrance at the Korean War veterans memorial. How gratified are you by this effort to honor those who served and especially those who did not come home? I think it's about time they got something done with that. There's been a lot of remember it is for a lot of different reasons. Korea, to me, is a particular particularly strong remembrance. Who will you be thinking of when you see that wall? Obviously you can do John Holmes, the guy that joined the army with me. He got sick during basic training, had to go to hospital, and when he got out, they put him in a different unit, and I was in because he missed a couple of weeks of training. And when I got out of basic, I went home and had a short leave. And when he got out of basic, they did the same thing, but it was after I was there and gone, so I never did seem after he went to the hospital. They sent him to Korea. He must have been there either a day or two before or after I got there. I got there the 1st of August, and he was killed the force of August on the front lines at Korea. I think about John lott. Lastly, sir, what are you most proud of from your service to your country?

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"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Cleaning you up and so forth. Was that the case with you as well? Yes. How did it change? Well, the thing is that these things drug a log for so long, but this happened probably three or four different times. They'd treat you to a good meal and give you another cheered or something in the peace talks that fall through and go back to the old standards, you get nothing except what you need to exist, did they tell you why they were doing that? Or did you just figure it out? You always said someday you will go home. That's the only answer you'd get Trevor about what the war was doing or anything else. Someday you will go home. Which is what they were told to say. So how did you find out that you were going to be freed finally? It was a long drawn out process. One day. Arbitrary tobacco was covered with canvas, drove into the camp, and started holding loading prisoners. They loaded up whoever the Chinese wanted to take and I don't know who that was the first ones. But anyway, they put them in this truck. It's the last we saw or heard of it. This happened probably once a week. All through the month of August, in 1953. And the last of August, there was a but the 29th or 30th, there was a speaking of dates, I found out after I became back to the states what days we were doing what, because they would not tell you what day of the week it was, what time of the day, nothing. You keep you in complete ignorance of anything. They took away all your watches, all your personal you didn't have anything but what they gave you. Which is very little.

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"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Talking to each other, you know, about I have three sisters and a couple of brothers at home and they're doing this or that. But here you can do to talk to somebody about what you left behind. And of course some of the guys were in there, they didn't have any brothers or sisters. But they were interested in hearing their story anyway. Did your family know what had happened to you? Not for a long time. I was captured in November and the army got a notice about the middle of February that a prisoner by the name of Cecil phipps was on their records. And of course they looked through their records, the army did and notified my parents. That I did write a few letters home.

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"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Then early the next morning, we hadn't had breakfast yet even. And hordes of Chinese soldiers came up to hill and tried to us. They were carrying weapons shooting at us, we shot back, of course. But there were so many of them they just walked right over us. Is that when you were taken captive? No. When the trainees went through, there were there were 7 GIs in that particular area that were still alive. And we got together and talked it over and decided we were going to walk south and try to find our line again. So we did for 7 days, actually 7 nights. We did not walk during the day. We walked at night and of course that was slower going in a daytime, but the last night that we were, we come across a road, and we'd been walking up and down hills for so long, and very little to eat. That we were very tired and stupid and we decided we'd walk on the road where it's easy walk. So we walked down the roadways, came into a Korean village, all the roads go through Korean villages. And so we walked on to the village. Almost out the other end before we run into a group of Chinese soldiers. And they started firing their guns in the air and of course that scares hill out of you. You don't know if they're going to shoot you next or whatever. Anyway, they had us completely surrounded. And they had somebody that could speak English and he told us surrender or die. And Joe, we may hate a quick conference. We say, well, maybe we better surrender, we might live longer. So that's what we did. Mister phipps, we're going to pause the conversation right there when we come back. We'll be right back into your story as a prisoner of war of the Chinese during the Korean War. Our guest is Cecil phipps. I'm Greg Columbus, and this is veterans chronicles.

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"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Welcome to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg corumba. Our guest in this edition is Cecil phipps. He's a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War, where he was also held for 33 months by the Chinese as a prisoner of war, and Cecil, thank you very much for your time today. You're welcome. Where were you born and raised, sir? Port Dodge Iowa and was there a history of military service in your family? Yes, I had three brothers and two sisters that were in the military. When did they serve? Second World War. Okay. Why did you enlist? And why did you choose the army? Well, I was at loose ends. I was out of high school. I didn't really have anything to particular I wanted to do. I didn't have any particular trade that I could work at, so I was just doing odd jobs around town. So I'd talk to a friend of mine one day and I said, let's join the army. Actually, we were headed for the marines, but I had been in jail for 30 days for vandalism and raising cane around town. So they wouldn't take me. But the army consented to sign me up, so we both joined the army and went off to basic training. Now is that fort Riley Kansas? Yes. What was that like? It was hot. In fort Wright, even in February, when we joined the army, it was hot in fort Wright. And firstly, we went down on a train, they put us on a train to fort Riley from Des Moines and we got there in the middle of the night, they let us off at the train depot and we slept there on the benches until morning and somebody come picked us up. So it wasn't a very good welcome. What did they train you to do? I was in the infantry. And it wasn't too long after that that you were sent overseas first to Okinawa, correct? Yes. I requested overseas assignment when I joined the army because I had never been out of Iowa and didn't know what the rest of the world looked like and I wanted to see it. Had the war started when you told them that? Oh no. That was later. What did you think about that? Request once the war started. I was wondering who I made it. So what was Okinawa like? We had just been at war with Japan a few years earlier. What did it look like then? Like, any other Japanese town, I guess. They had a lot of merchants in town selling everything from soup to nuts to the GIs. Then I looked around. For a boy scout knife. Because it has so many combination tools on it. They didn't have any. So I went downtown and the island heard it must have had 400 of them sitting around on the shelves to sell. They had a pretty good inventory in those shafts. Yeah. Yeah, they had a pretty good inventory about anything you wanted to buy. So you arrived in Korea on August 1st, 1950. I'm told that you arrived on a Japanese fishing boat. Yes. How did that happen?

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"phipps" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Pitcher, $400,000 the first. These are Phillies and mayors going a mile in a 16th on the main track really intriguing field of 7 going to post here, Dave. I know number three search results is deserving of being favored, but to me, she doesn't lay over this field. Yeah, I agree she doesn't lay over this field. I also do not think she's going to be plus one 50, three to two. I think she's going to be closer to even money in here. Search result is a horse that's earned a $1 million in 9 races has won 5 times and gets Lasix for the first time for Chad Brown Claire that stales and flavian prod. The last race that search results ran. I believe is better than what any horse in here has run. That was that third place performance in the Ogden phipps falling to Clara and mala fat. And the previous race, the ruffian at Belmont. I thought it was a huge effort to beat royal flag and lady rocket. I think search result is in really, really good form. And is going to be tough in here. That being said, I've always kind of had a soft spot for Bonnie's south number 7 for Brad Cox horse doesn't win a whole lot. One of its last 8 four four 16 career, but boy, Bonnie, south is run against good horses, kind of her entire career. I really like speech back when they ran in the Ashland in 2020 and malloc that and la and so on and so forth. It just seems like Bonnie's self is going to finish second again because that's what she always does. 7 second place performances, very, very consistent, never really gets the job done. I'm a little bit interested in penny baker number two for Mike's stima godolphin four year old. I thought the races in Europe, the two on the synthetic at least were really, really big, one four straight on synthetic, but the last two in Europe before coming overseas were good, then the race Laurel was pretty good. I don't know, I guess just ran up against better last time. First off on layoff at Churchill downs, penny baker, I like the price at 5 to one. I think if search results runs a B plus race search results as the winner. Okay, so Dave like search results, I'm going to try number 5 Beth's dream. I really think that she was in fantastic form and running as well as any of these going into her last race the lady's secret at Monmouth and I think it was the sloppy track that may have listened. She didn't run a bad race. She got beat ahead that day as the 7 to 5 favorite, but I think that she's capable of better than that. And if the track is fast tomorrow at Monmouth park, I think Beth's dream is capable of beating this field at a nice big price. She's 6 to one on the morning line and to be honest, her previous three starts on fast tracks at Gulfstream, albeit against much softer competition were blitzing good races. So I think she's a on the improve. And I'm going to give her another shot best dream for me in the grade three Molly pitcher. We're not done yet with Monmouth, but we are going to take a break when we come back. We'll look at their two grade ones, including the Haskell. This is the weekend stakes preview presented by nyra bets on the horse racing radio network. Bet and watch the races worldwide from the palm of your hand with naira bets. Sign up for naira bets today and take advantage of premium

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"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

08:28 min | 8 months ago

"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Don't film spotting. Welcome to film spotting. We've been doing this show for over ten years together, Josh. I was doing it for 7 years made no joke. More than 60 movies. Over the course of those 17 years, starring in most of them, and of course we've done hundreds of top 5 lists in that time, and yet it feels like there has never been a better time than right now. April, 2022, for us to do our top 5 Nicolas Cage performances. The stars have aligned. They have Adam cage's critical reputation has recovered after possibly a career best performance in last year's pig. And beyond that, we've got a highly anticipated new film starring cage that's in conversation with the actor's entire career and his persona. That's the unbearable weight of massive talent. The cherry on top, of course, or maybe better to say the package of Huggies on top. Critic and friend of the show Keith phipps is just released his new book, age of cage, which is just fun to say. Four decades of Hollywood through one singular career, we welcome Keith phipps back on film spotting key. How are you? I'm good. How are you guys? We're doing great. We are ready for the age of cage and I'm wondering if you feel like we do about the timing of your book. Now I'm guessing some of that was actual maneuvering on your part and your publisher's part to get it in sync with the release of the new film, but it's been a cage renaissance, right? I would love to say that that was clever timing. It was actually supposed to come out last fall, and then it was delayed. That's COVID. Yeah. Which is fine. I was disappointed for a couple of days and then when the lineup with the film that was great. But yeah, no, it's a nice bit of coincidence that I wrote a book about Nicolas Cage that was looked at his whole career. Around the same time a film came out that looked at his whole career and came through his position within it and how he's kind of bounced around. But really, I think the thing that most validated my choice to write this book came out toward the end of it, which was pick, which is a film that I loved. And I felt like, okay, this last year I spent writing this book, I didn't feel bad about it before, but I definitely feel great about it now because I just saw something that kind of justified the whole project. Yeah. So we've talked to you a little bit about the book over the past two years really since we started doing trivia spotting an event that takes place monthly for our family members on Patreon and we like to bring up this book when you participate. But for those who are uninitiated, tell us about the book's origins. Did someone come to you and say, hey, got any ideas for a book and cage was the first thing you wanted to do, or was it a case where you were pitching this? I thought, well, first of all, I like to point out that I'm a three time champion of trivia. Only your Patreon supporters will know that I'm lying. But that should be in the bio Keith, your author. Going forward. I tossed around a lot of ideas before landing on this one. Some of which I was kind of in love with, but publishers weren't, but you know, they go on the file and maybe come back to them some other time. But really for me, the spark of inspiration was seen Mandy at the music box here in Chicago, which was a movie. I have tremendous respect for it. I like that movie a lot. But, you know, what really did it for me was here was a cage performance I had not seen before. I mean, there were gestures and things that harken back to what he'd done before. But the sort of intense really mournful, but also very physical and quite violent performance. I mean, this was, you know, here is someone I've been watching pretty much the entire time I've been playing close attention to movies because I saw raising Arizona when I was in junior high. And he was, you know, he could still surprise me. I'm kind of got me reflecting over his always, obviously I'm an admirer of Nicholas cage a long time. But I thought, you know, there might be a story here to kind of if we followed it from beginning to end. And it might be something about something bigger than just Nicolas Cage and here are the movies he's made, but perhaps the sort of movies being made in each era in which he was making movies. And when did you know Keith, you know, that's one of the things I love about the book is it does have this other idea at work beyond cage's filmography, as you described, sometimes those ideas sound good at the start. And then you have to see if that will actually pan out, right? As you get into writing. So I'm wondering at what point was there a decade you hit of his career a development in Hollywood that you started to think about that align nicely with cage where you thought, okay, this is actually going to pan out for the entirety of his career. Well, this is one of those things where you come with a book idea and you're like, just let me write this book. I'm going to write this book. I don't want to do the proposal and all that stuff. But it's having to do a proposal really is helpful because I had to map out everything and figure out what each chapter would not only what each schedule would cover, but kind of what I thought I would discover, at least what I wanted to explore with each chapter. And so I divided into eras and I found there was a lot of some pretty clear divisions, some shifts. Both in his career and in Hollywood itself. I mean, just the ascent to the point where he was respected enough to get considered for best actor, but also to win for that performance. And then to shift into action films that were kind of redefining what action films were in the 90s. There's something there, I thought. And I hope the book bears that out. It does. It does. Tying in with those eras, our producer Sam, who's been enjoying your book recently throughout on Twitter. This query. And nobody seems more qualified than you to answer it. As you went through all your research and you surely revisited a lot of films and maybe visited for the first time, some of Nicolas Cage's films. If you were going to look at it in terms of arbitrarily the decades, those four decades that his career has spanned, how would you, how would you rank them? You're going to give us the definitive or anything. You know, I should have given this more thought. I mean, I have my top 5 list obviously, 'cause that's why I'm here. So just looking at that, it's actually pretty evenly divided. I'm trying to not just trying to be diplomatic here. I think in some ways, the ones that have the most attachment to are those 80s films because not only they were key to me, they hit me at the right age, but also I think you're getting a lot of different types of performances from cage. There. But that's really tough. You know, I think it's obvious that, to me, at least, that the tens, the teens, whatever you want to call them, were you're going to find the least begins with fewest, great films of great performances in that. But it's actually a lot more interesting than you might think. I mean, push comes to shove, I'll say that I'll say the 80s, but I don't think it kind of gives a sense that he peaked earlier. I don't really think that's the case. Do you have a clear favorite Adam? Yeah, I mean, I just now looked at my top 5 list through the lens of the decades. I really hadn't thought about it at all. There's not much diversity. Let's say, I have a clear winner, the 80s are going to come up a lot. Okay. Yeah, that's how I kind of nailed down where I would land in terms of my favorite decade because my instinct was the 80s starting pretty much out of the gate. You know, with valley girl, which I love. And some of the other titles, I'm sure we'll get to raising Arizona moonstruck. But I looked at my list, a little bit of a spoiler, I have most on my list, the most represented decade is the 90s, so I would have to answer 90s for me as my favorite page decade..

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"phipps" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan. And this is we'll manica. Many of us know the importance of brown board of education the supreme court case that overturned segregation and us schools. But it's not as well known. That dolls played a key role in the winning argument. The woman responsible for the dolls was a social psychologist who studied the relationship between racial prejudice and child development. In the end she helped make history. This is the story of mamie. Phipps clark me was born on april eighteenth. Nineteen seventeen in hot springs arkansas. Her father was a well to do physician. His position gave the family comfort. Rarely afforded to black people at the time especially in the jim crow south while mamie attributed her later career successes to growing up the she did. She was not shielded from the stark racial realities outside her home. When she was six years old she witnessed a lynching in an interview in nineteen seventy six. She described knowing she was black at a young age. She said i became acutely aware of that in childhood. Because you had to have a certain kind of protective armor about you all the time. After graduating from high school. Mimi received a scholarship to attend howard university. A historically black college in washington. Dc she intended to study math which she loved but the professors proved uninspiring. Then she met a student. Named kenneth clarke who encouraged her to try out psychology. Kenneth suggestion led to me means lifelong career and to their forty six year. Long marriage the summer after mamie graduated. She worked in the law office of the prominent. Acp lawyer charles hamilton. Houston it was there that she witnessed preparation for racial segregation cases. When she went back to howard in the fall for her master's degree in psychology she planned to address racial disparities in her work. Mimi's thesis surveyed one hundred fifty black preschool age children and set out to understand at which age black children became aware that they were black for the study. She and kenneth presented the children with different photographs including of white boys black boys and images of animals and other objects. They asked the boys to pick which picture looked like them and then asked the girls to pick which picture look like their brother or other male relative mamie and kenneth concluded that the boys showed a racial awareness at three or four years old which kenneth described as disturbing mamie and kenneth were on the forefront of a shift in the field the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties in psychology were dominated by the racist presumption that there were innate biological differences in intelligence between racial groups. Mimi and kenneth instead helped usher in the wave of work that examined what contributed to racial prejudice in the first place in nineteen forty mamie and kenneth received a grant to further their studies. The proposal included new methods to examine racial awareness and children. One method was called the doll test. Black children were placed in a room with two dollars before them one black and one white. The children were then asked a series of questions which doll is pretty which is ugly which jal is bad which is good. Which doll do you want to play with. The children generally attributed the positive qualities to the white doll and the negative ones to the black doll. Finally they were asked to identify the doll. That looked like them. Kenneth leader revealed that some of the children's stormed out of the room. He said they became emotionally upset at having to identify with the doll that they had rejected. Mimi and kenneth offered the results is proof of the damaging effects of segregation. They could show that even before. The children could fully articulate their feelings about race. They harbored a sense of inferiority or shame. They demonstrated that black people were not limited by any biological difference but by the social and economic barriers stacked against them in nineteen forty-three mamie graduated from columbia university with a phd in psychology. She was the first black woman to do. so mamie. and kenneth testified in many school segregation cases in the south over the subsequent decade then in nineteen fifty four the lawyers and the brown v education case asked kenneth depends some statements that describe their research and their argument for school integration while some historians argue that the doll test research played a minor role in the grand scheme of the ruling. It was clearly influential. Traces of it are evident in the final opinion of the supreme court. Justices chief justice earl. Warren wrote to separate them from others of similar age and qualifications solely because of their race generates feeling of inferiority as to their status in the community that may affect their hearts and minds in a way unlikely ever to be many historical accounts. Don't give me me. Do credit often only mentioning kenneth stroll in the duo but kenneth made sure to credit me making clear. The doll test was an extension of her master's thesis. He said the record should show. It was miami's primary project that i crashed. I sort of piggybacked on it today. One of the black dolls is on display at the brown board of education national historic site in kansas. Mimi served children for the rest of her life in nineteen forty six. She founded the north side center for child development in harlem an organization that sought to provide mental health services for black children in new york. She ran north side until she retired in. Nineteen seventy nine in. Nineteen eighty-three mamie phipps. Clark died of lung cancer. She was sixty six years old all month. We're going back to school talking about women who changed the world of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manica weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at will manica special thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co creator. Talk to you tomorrow. This month of encyclopedia will manteca is proudly supported by unc. Greensboro founded is a women's college in eighteen ninety one. Unc greensboro presents. She can we can beyond. The women's suffrage centennial through performances films lectures and concerts. Unc g examines. How the decisions from our past affect us today. Join the experience. Learn more at she. Can we can dot unc dot edu..

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The Life and Work of Mamie Phipps Clark

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:12 min | 1 year ago

The Life and Work of Mamie Phipps Clark

"Me was born on april eighteenth. Nineteen seventeen in hot springs arkansas. Her father was a well to do physician. His position gave the family comfort. Rarely afforded to black people at the time especially in the jim crow south while mamie attributed her later career successes to growing up the she did. She was not shielded from the stark racial realities outside her home. When she was six years old she witnessed a lynching in an interview in nineteen seventy six. She described knowing she was black at a young age. She said i became acutely aware of that in childhood. Because you had to have a certain kind of protective armor about you all the time. After graduating from high school. Mimi received a scholarship to attend howard university. A historically black college in washington. Dc she intended to study math which she loved but the professors proved uninspiring. Then she met a student. Named kenneth clarke who encouraged her to try out psychology. Kenneth suggestion led to me means lifelong career and to their forty six year. Long marriage the summer after mamie graduated. She worked in the law office of the prominent. Acp lawyer charles hamilton. Houston it was there that she witnessed preparation for racial segregation cases. When she went back to howard in the fall for her master's degree in psychology she planned to address racial disparities in her work. Mimi's thesis surveyed one hundred fifty black preschool age children and set out to understand at which age black children became aware that they were black for the study. She and kenneth presented the children with different photographs including of white boys black boys and images of animals and other objects. They asked the boys to pick which picture looked like them and then asked the girls to pick which picture look like their brother or other male relative mamie and kenneth concluded that the boys showed a racial awareness at three or four years old which kenneth described as disturbing mamie and kenneth were on the forefront of a shift in the field

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"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And i guess here. We are again josh. Right but august. Twenty twenty is the first month is when we made our debut and we've loved every one of these events. We had some great returning critics last time. Movie phones mariah gates. I harris from pop culture. Happy hour kristen. Lopez from indie. Wire the next picture shows keith. Phipps was on and we had our great. Pa cat sullivan. Along with isaac feld. Berg is a really wonderful young freelance critic here in chicago formerly boston. And of course we had a new captain we always do everybody loved having from vanity fair join a robinson on trivia spotting and it was not joanna's team that won he was kristen lopez for second time playing trivia spotting. She wanted again. You're so you're supposed to congratulate her. Not be so fast. You look so pissed. It's just that it's the second time she's played in the second time might team is finished second to her so I try it's personal. Kristen got it. Yeah and i'm doing okay. It's been what three or four days. Josh here and i'll be over soon. Yeah what's your. What's your timeline like. I know you take these things hard. Is it like two weeks that you're angry about trivia spotting and then the next two and a half weeks you start to like get excited and i think this might be the time. Is that how it works. Revenge is what i'm doing kristen's. Winning team was thrice upon a time to kill wendy fox weber. Paul ohyama mark roseman. Jon madsen joe from brooklyn and darren gun the winners congratulations.

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"phipps" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Featuring different signs and like the actress that's playing the different signs may areas was really off. I do remember that. There's some things that i don't know if they just didn't the film makers didn't know or or again. There may have been some things that happened in editing again. When were cutting down like three and a half hour film but also wondered if there weren't any that were different things like east and west and terms of east and west conceptualization of the zodiac signs. If there are any ones that would have been more obvious like an indian astrologer versus western astrologer accept. So many of the town seemed to be very textbooks similar to what western astrologer what western lake. Cliches are about certain sizes. Well exactly and then you know. They're not there's a lot of overlap even if there are some differences as well and how the signs are conceptualized sedan really tropical. I mean it is true. That areas tragically. We would potentially be pisces scenario. But i really don't know if it was that deep. I think they just didn't do a good job with aries was restrictions trying to pretend to be something that she wasn't i think was the of like meek and kind of like nerdy thread. She wasn't very marzi at all. Yeah was a little weird. And then the one that was more aggressive was like they made libro be like a businesswoman. That was like a very assertive in high-powered and was like getting him to like saint contract from the marriage like a contract early on and they did a musical interlude about him controlling and like dominating 'em if they were in a relationship which is interesting and wondered it's like i didn't know if they're taking certain things theoretically from the signs or if they're also trying to take certain things as if it was thought to be like the rising sign and one other indications i would have or something like that. Yeah i don't think it went that far be my guess. I don't know of course. And then capricorn is more like beleaguered rather that of family tradition rather than you would think that the lieber depiction would be mortgage stereotypically. Like the capricorn. Yeah i don't know as we but people should check it out and let us know if they noticed anything interesting about each of the signs. Or what's the motivations. Were for some of those that we overlooked or or that might be unique to indian astrology particular. Yeah all right So that is what's your rashi. Which like you said his net flicks and possibly other places people can check that out What was our last year lost. One very last one is returning of the match. I okay so returned to the match. I was like Docudrama that came out in two thousand eight by an astrologer named kelly lee phipps that we knew who sadly passed away several years ago and It was made in the was made in two thousand came out eventually in two thousand eight. He was actually filming it over the course of a few years because i remember new kelly remember running into him and he was like interviewing tons of astrologers for this documentary over the course of a few years. New go to conferences and just do tons of interviews like back to back to back But it was like his first film. You'd never done a film before. And he raised the money for it and he was donated some money for it. I know he had one client. Who gave roma track for this for something crazy. Like twenty thousand dollars or something like that to buy a bunch of the equipment and the camera and other things he needed to like. Make this vision project that he had about doing. Just a documentary about astrology where he She interviewed a bunch of astrologers of the time but also they had this like dramatic component to it which ended up being a little bit more of the part that didn't go as well Where it was kind of imitating the style of a movie that was super popular in the mid two thousand. Which is what the bleep do. We know which was like a movie about metaphysical stuff where like interviewed differen- scientists or metaphysical people that were expressing views about metaphysics or spirituality or philosophy things of a more almost like new age band. But then it was interspersed with this dramatic component that was telling a narrative about like a central character that like drove the plot and added like some transition points into the different topics of the you mentally drama so kelly tried to imitate that into a version of that for astrology because basically for years astrologers have always like why. Isn't there good movie or a documentary about astrology that talks about really shows what the astrological communities about in a way that's positive and more accurate reflection of what astrologers actually do and think and believe And for a long time there hasn't been in anonymously there still isn't and it seems like that project itself often runs into weird problems. Like roadblocks That at different points of made me despair about whether that's ever gonna happen for anyone's ever going to get it together to do a project like that successfully in a way that it would need to be done So kelly kind of took it upon himself to do that But it was his first film and he was very much when you're watching it. He was learning as he went. And you can kind of see the process of that learning and eventually what happened is he approached when i was the president of the association for astrologers approached us on our board to help him Premiere the film at the united astrology conference in two thousand eight which is in may of two thousand eight and denver and we got together with him and did that and we host too big in front of in this huge auditorium in downtown denver in front of like two thousand astrologers But.

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"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Her and then a day or two after. That show came out erupted the whole. Ai controversy with us we get some ordains voice in the movie. Despite the fact that he never actually said those words himself. And i just read last night. Josh that there's an issue around summer of soul that the whole thing about how it's been sitting in a basement for fifty years apparently isn't completely true. I haven't done a bunch of research. But apparently that's not quite the case yet from what i understand because we just talked about think christian podcast too. Because i can't. i'm never sick of talking about some her soul but a guy. I know whose you know had some experience in the music industry basically said it's more complicated which i think we acknowledged like we didn't act like there was one guy who just sat on this footage and kept it from the public but This friend i was talking to said you know. There were attempts but there were Rights issues that held up. So it's not like this. Was you know criminally held from view. But i think our points still stands that there are systemic reasons. Why a documentary about black artists didn't have doors opened for it or or footage of black artists. even famous. black artists didn't have doors open for it as happened with footage of white artists. At the time. I mean i think anyone who knows this country at all can see that there is a reason this didn't happen but maybe it's been oversold in the marketing a little bit. That might be what some of the controversy is about. The next picture shows hosted by tasha robinson keith. Phipps scott tobias and genevieve kaczynski new episodes post every tuesday. Wherever you get your podcast one way you can support our show is to join the film spotting family over.

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The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia

The Science Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia

"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists

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Rapper Phipps Paroled; Long Claimed Innocence in Death Case

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Rapper Phipps Paroled; Long Claimed Innocence in Death Case

"McKinley Mac Phipps has been released from prison after being granted parole. In the case of a 2000 and one shooting at a South Louisiana nightclub. Phipps was serving a 30 year sentence after a jury found him guilty of manslaughter. At the time of the shooting. He was a 22 year old rapper.

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"phipps" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"The mothers spotted an opportunity and quickly brought him into their church. When increase mather to london he was soon joined there after by phipps who spent time working with him as an agent. Phipps was back to boston with information from the overthrow of james the second in sixteen eighty nine but by the time he reached boston. They hit already heard the rumors and gotten rid of address by themselves with address. Gone however the problems to the north with the abachi remained and the jump of eliminating. The threat belong to phipps based on his naval experience drain. The time as a salvage operator the plan was a dual saw port royal part of modern-day nova scotia and quebec phipps scored a decisive victory in port royal however he fared far more poorly in quebec where he suffered embarrassing loss with his dine and the victory at port royal. The decision was made that the northern borders were at least secure enough for everybody to just go back home. Though he was undoubtably thrilled to have helped lessen the risk along the borders plus pretty pleased to have helped grow in the empire through conquest. Phipps did have a problem. The entire expedition had been very very expensive. Making matters worse is that there was no money to pay the considerable debt that massachusetts held caught him. Mother had reported the colonies tests. Were now in excess of forty thousand pounds without any money in the treasury to pay back those debts with the treasury empty and the creditors demand payments for their assistance but calling had a very serious problem on their hands. People wanted money and the colony had zero to give needing to do something. The provincial government turned to the idea that had worked well across the atlantic in venice chief. Leap they were going to issue paper currency when attempted in venice the issuance of paper currency followed a plan where the currency was originally backed by silver. What the venetians found. However is that in a relatively short amount of time the value of the currency exceeded the amount of silver backing it. This was made possible because people using the paper currency were not investing just in silver but rather were investing in the confidence in the credit of the state itself. The obvious problem here is that massachusetts was not.

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"phipps" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"An interesting evolution to from the ship's owning this family obviously to now g watts humphrey On his damn and you know the Used to buy gration of the female families and our people value who owned what and and and sort of continuing in new hands with other Breeders who carefully cultivated sandwich important sometimes and see who who decided to get this family and continue with it and who they it to you know. It's one of the reasons why. I always look at tv bread verses exit tickets really you know. Some people thought so careful And very well and you know Last week when we were talking about you know all the phipps All the phipps blood involved There's also in this You know further back in in this pedigree as well You've got that broadway that phipps bread and Which goes back to Eighteen fifty nine and the damn flit about A daughter of sheldon and this is this is colonel bradley flit about and Bird flower blue larks. Spur this this is all. This is all the are bradley. And of course..

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"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To like. Know the I know the songs I just never bothered so you couldn't be on name that tune. No. Because, you know, I congest like I said, Justice, girls. I know you know the course. But Uh, I didn't really know if that's You know? What I'm saying. You really got us a good expert this week. Jack. Jack knows hit Jack Phipps knows his stuff. Hips, pips that Irish I couldn't German, maybe German, English and, Hmm. In us. You ever had that 23 me thing, then? Be afraid of getting arrested. My brother has I think there was a little bit of Irish and there. Oh, there's Tyler's in everyone. We don't be claiming that. Absolutely all right, let's go. Let's talk to Laura. First and then Allison has some information on NASA plants for air cleaning. Hi, Laura. Hi there. How are you doing? We're done. Well, thanks. Okay. I wanted to ask you a question. I have a shuffle era and I all of them is doing greatest through the fight about I don't know. My foot tall, foreign, half foot tall and I keep it inside the winter, obviously, and water it about every other week. Have it in a window that like West facing so it gets Son but not direct sun. But I'm finding that on my new growth on it in the little baby like sprigs, I call it they're these little tiny black bugs that are like smaller than a fleet. Congregate on manual when I say hungry if I let it go long enough, and it will just cover the hole. Growth and kill it, So I'm like what in the world. You can wipe them off real easy, and when they come off, it's like when you like. I don't know if they pop on that discussing, but they're like red and fight, So I think it's eating like the inside of the And the nutrients inside the new growth. I don't know, but I don't know how to get rid of him. Well, insecticide would be a great start. I would You know what? I wonder if they're not breeding in the soil? Very well could be if there have you tried treating anything. I've done anything to him, Laura. I have I read online and I forget the name of that They called these little tiny black bugs, said the mix a Small portion of like rubbing alcohol with water it like a big portion of water and spray the under under because it could congregate mostly on the underside of the leaves. If it's if it's honor, a grown leaf, um And I having much luck with that do that, But I find it they come back, so I mean, it seems to work well. Would treat the soil. I would treat the doing a combination of what you're already doing and then treat the soil and just see because so many times in sex and stuff, they're breeding that nice. You know, uh, moist media that is there and then also, they're all over the plants so I would take and you can get like a stick Insect aside that you kind of drive down Do you have those here, Jack? We have the stakes. That's much They think he trapped, but that would work just as well too. And then then I would continue on either with your with your home made one. Or you can get insecticidal soap is well, if that homemade isn't working out for you. Okay. And what do you say? That stick thing was called, so they're just hold sticky steaks. You can get him online. We have really nice ones here that come with some steaks. So you just pulled over a little piece of yellow flytrap. Put it right by the soil. And then any bug that crawls out of the soil crawls right onto that, so it could be in a more immediate effect, then, like a systemic insecticide. But more of a short term control in a long term, and that's when you want to come in and spray. Okay. All right. And you said something about this. So, um, Inspector? Yeah, There's Yeah, There's commercially available insecticidal. So, which is, you know, it's kind of funny because back in the day crumb used to go In his deadpan way goes Just take the plant and take it in the shower with you. So put up. Well, The point is, is that we put just a drop of dish soap in there that breaks down the skin of the insect itself, and it kills him. So that contruction of water and alcohol if you just put a drop of dishwater dishwasher, so In there. Oh, my gosh, that that would really improve that Khankala. Yes, I would hit it from a couple angle, since we're not really sure what it is, and that is treating the soil and then continue to treat the college. Okay, Wonderful. You guys. Thank you so much. I appreciated. These things have been driving me crazy. It's all Jack. It's all Jack. Thanks, Laura are number 239 93 93, All right. Allison Jack mentioned which I thought he was lying to me. Um That NASA did a study on the best plants to clean the air or urban legend. It's true and it's been going on since 89. So they've been really trying to figure out basically how and they had their They've spent $89 billion Do they have him on the space station or this just down here on Earth? It's just down here on Earth. This helps, you know, clean our air. And you know how The science behind it, but probably thinking for future termination missions in space. Art. So what do you have Mission to terror? Hope? Okay, so English Ivy is a big one spider plant. The devil's eye via Peace. Lily Chinese evergreen, some bamboo palm Would see They also have the elephant ear. Um the These are big fullback plants. Yeah. Weeping fig. I'd rather have a clear plan. Okay. Uh, let's see. Have a banana plant banana leaf plant. That's the top. That's the top. All right. They don't have a list of losers do that..

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"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cannot remember my 17th summer. I should have. I should remember that 17 summer I just graduated from high school. I was working with dad getting ready to go off to college. Yeah, I packed my bags and headed to college and home about four days. Last notice an overnighter. Yeah. For two weeks, man. I was south. So give me a headache. I'm not a good drunk. Could never be a drunk. Did you just go for it? Why'd you go? Is there something else? I wanted to be a doctor? I had a bowling class that I loved. I loved my professor. I did take handball. I will stay alert. I learned how to throw with my left hand. That was the hardest thing I ever did. And you throw with your left hand know yes. And I'm left handed. That's odd E am, But I'm everyone good. Oh, you left And I said, Well, you know, Do something you can do things with. No. Do you think something right handed if you play golf to your girlfriend, Really? So everyone thinks that you can, but I'm left handed. Hold on just thinking Jack Phipps joins us somebody with a real mind. Jack you You brought over a couple of misters. Now, are you left handed, Jack, I'm right handed. You seem left handed seem a little off. That's a slam, Jack. Well, welcome to the show. By the way that you brought over a couple of misters. When I think of water in a plant. I always think it just pouring water into the into the soy. How much water can a Mr How much water comes in through the leaves, so not as much of the moisture through the leaves as the soil. So you definitely want to pour water, you know, pour water in the soil. These would be more for humidity. So a lot of these plants love hi humanity. In the winter. When the heaters running. We have no humidity. That's when a lot of people see some yellowing leaves. Let me walk you down the path here. All right, so I bought myself a moisture meter. Now not stuck my moisture meter into the soil of my house plant. No, it's dry. What do I do? I don't get out of Mr I So at that point, hopefully pulled out of that nice, decorative posit. It's a walk it over to the sink or make sure it's has little saucer underneath it on then it's good to put some water just a little bit on the talk just a little bit. That's what I'm saying. Because, like I know the succulent You don't water, You know You want to water it deeply and then not for totally dry out. Right? All right now, before you go any farther, everybody always asks about soft water and hot water Now hot water. They you don't wanna put hot water on it. But what about soft water? So is in like water that goes water soft. You something goes through with this. Ideally, you don't want to use that. It does put a lot of salt in the water and you could get some browning edges on the plants on some of the leaves. They don't like or don't know how to get rid of that salt. S so that's when you can get some brown crispy edges. You know, kind of something like that. OK s O always trying to use bottled water over tap water if it's going through a water softener. Bingo. I wasn't listening to what? I'm just everybody always asks. I only have soft water in the house. What do I do? Well, you can buy distilled water. You can buy water at the store. But, you know no more water than a planting. Let me ask you a question, Danny. It's the resident plumber here. How would is there a way for someone to know? Whether because let people go well because, well, generally, we will say that the cold water at the kitchen sink will be hard is not soften. Is there a way for people to verify? Just say, taste it If it doesn't taste like water you get in a restaurant, and it's gonna be slightly alkaline and that al colonist assaults of Jack's talking about What we do is we stripped down the salt in a NCL. We flush out the chlorides and then the salt Sodium ends up being the uptake from the plant, and that's why it browns out the edges. All right, so When when a planted is starting to go south on it, not looking healthy people think water. But then sometimes the problems can be too much water. So how do you How do you How do you balance that? Because sometimes those symptoms could be too much water, too. Little water. I think people have a tendency As soon as they start to see a plant go downhill. They want to do everything they can. But really, that's when you want to kind of get hands off. If you're over watering, you want to hold back on watering and you've made sure of that with your moisture meter on then, really from there. Uh, How do you read a moisture meter? Does it tell you if it says to wet? Yes. Oh, it has its 1 to 10 on the top. This little dialogue. Hot air. I'm sorry. Dry, moist, wet. On it reads the moisture level right at the tip. So when you put it in, you know if you put it right down to the middle of election off, it's wet that so dry that sucker's dry Yeah. So after this will show you to give him a nice drink. You don't drink. There you go. No, no way. You don't have time for this cashier. Water. Yeah, we're coming up the top of the hour. But when we come back what you said cashier, water and well, I bet when you put the Dr Nix Cash Shibata daughter. I bet the thing just perked right up. I'd better just goes like straight. No, I bet the leaves go straight up and start clapping. You know, just gonna borrow immediately, Like Alison one guys. It's a little bit demure expectations here. Come on now. It's Dr mixed water. It is all right. So we're in Alison Bill Home and Garden by Sullivan and Pfister's 114th and Alison Mill Road. We have a tremendous selection of houseplants. He really do it. There's a huge selection in there, and you know what we're gonna have Jock on Who's our general manager? Over the top of the hour talk a little bit about you got a jock and a jack. Jack Jack. Scott Scott. Greg got a lot of we got a lot of action around here. You got a lot of different things. But we're gonna talk about the house plant the industry because not only from the The side of the pandemic, but really, even before the houseplant craze continues, But now it is at full tilt. So we will have justice. The American, right. So we're gonna talk a little more about more. But if you have problems to jump onboard at 239 93 93 And we'll be glad to get hook you up with an expert here at Alison Ville on our.

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"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"phipps" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Really? He was the one Wow. Yeah. Well, that that's just like one of many, actually, actually, That's just one in the catalog that she keeps three ring binder. This book those of the people I would leave you for me. It's like Like a novel right now. Oh, Lord, and I say passed away. She just goes in and Scratches, guys. Oh, man. The best thing is the best season of the show. No, but somebody will tell her what happens to her during the day. It's like Jack. That idiot's saying Jack Phipps joins us here in Nelsonville, Home and garden. Solid by Sullivan. We gotta get the bison 114th and Allison Toll road. If you haven't come out, we, you know, it's Zumba. It's a really cool place at the age of 60. Quite honestly, I wasn't really looking to buy another business. But this was the one place That I would buy. I think that's why my life is really concerned. About getting the you know the cove it shot because she might not be able to have a family. You know, They said that you forget the covert shot. You know, Sterility is one of the you know the possibilities from that, and Jane might still want to start a family. Okay? First of all, Don't even say that joke about our shot. Vaccine. Oh, but I'm just saying, Well, are you going to start another family? No Alison might correct here. I said, Hey, Okay. Hey, listen to 39 93 93 a covert shot to the ninth caller. Well, that broke the ice. Okay, So if you haven't been out here, let me take it up here. You just sit back, and I was just gonna say right now you're suspended. Know that the new greenhouses out here are fabulous. You've got one just for for covers. Then you've got one that is or two of mount here for full greenhouses. So we have 5000 we're putting on 10,000 square foot. And 5000 Square foot is a store so form or home to core and Jack joins us, Uh, We want to be able to sell. Be a little more of a complete garden center as far as having shovels, you know, because we sell Thousands and thousands of shrubs and trees and What Our customers have to dig with their hands. You told me the numbers of trees and shrubs and plants that move out of this place. I mean, it's incredible. We just business last year, remember a lot of the orders and I just We have just closed on it matter of fact, what's today's date. Day is the sixth of February. You know what? We're within one day of us only for one year. Did you do on the fifth of the 7th 7th? So but anyway, so I came out here and I literally there was Hundreds of 15 and 25 gallon trees and I about passed out. The number of trees that we sell here. Anyway, so back to the greenhouse, so 5000 square foot so that it can be full service. You can come and get all your supplies, chemicals fertilizing all that and then we do have a 5000 square foot greenhouse, which has been something that's been lacking out here because it is hard to bring in early season plants. When you don't have cover people conducive it at their homes because you congratulate a mixed pot. If it's going to have a cold snap, you just bring it in the garage or bringing in the house. Well, here when we were all outside, it was pretty hard to bring everything. How about that frees? It happened in early May. Oh, my gosh. At least now you've got a place to keep things covered. Yeah. Great frieze of made a great reason may cost a lot of flack. Yes, we did Flats and, uh, the macro file a high dream Just took it hard Really bad. 239 93 93. So anyways, we're here to talk about house plants. So in the last segment, Danny, Alison and myself, we all picked out of playing Obviously. It appears that mine is the most sensible. Purchase. It is absolutely Denny picked out a couple novel the back. You're such a sucker cactuses like that you'd pick up state fair. Alison, I'll give you one more. Try on the cactus. All right. Allison has a little bonsai plant. Yeah, So before I start peppering Jack with questions on the water and in light You had a few questions about your bonds? Yes, A bond says confused little bit because they're tiny. So do they get any bigger than this pot? Do you need to keep re potting them? Yeah, but where you would want to re pot Your prayer plant. Like once a year. You would want to report this once, every 34 years. Oh, really trying to slow the growth down so that you get You know, 10 15 20 year old tree that can fit in a little six inch pot. Okay, This is supposed to be spiritually renewing. How did bones like it get started? I mean, is it Was that the whole idea? It's gotta be the art of refinement and patients, And I wish I knew more about that. Alison's got medical therapy to therapy therapy. Yeah, they're so So if you put Allison if you put that on your desk, and I Come in, and it's like stripped. I'll know that you didn't agree exactly know where he was last there away from Alison. She trumped up the bonds. I am Oh, boy, it looks like it's just another All right, so, but re potting in general..

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7-year-old struck by stray bullet in Atlanta dies, investigators searching for killer

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | 2 years ago

7-year-old struck by stray bullet in Atlanta dies, investigators searching for killer

"In in in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta are are are are are now now now now now searching searching searching searching searching for for for for for the the the the the killer killer killer killer killer in in in in in the the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a seven seven seven seven year year year year old old old old girl girl girl girl from from from from Cobb Cobb Cobb Cobb County. County. County. County. The latest death drives the number of homicides in the city to record numbers. USPS. Michelle Right begins our live team coverage as city leaders are mourning the role girl's death. Yeah, Mark Christmas will never be the same for Kennedy Maxie's family. The little girl died over the weekend after being shot in the back of the head while riding in the back seat of her aunt's car by an errant bullet as they were driving in Phipps Plaza is parking lot last Monday evening. Police say the violence, the result of a fight between two groups of men. In the parking lot of sex with avenue over it. Phipps Plaza, the men getting into their cars. There's a chase in someone pulls a gun and shoots at the car, the stray bullet hitting the seven year old in the head. Police are now poring over reels of surveillance footage as they seek to identify those involved in the shoot out, especially the trigger man This as Atlanta City Council member, Howard shook, who blasted police and violence in the city days after the shooting. SWC's word on the street now is not the time to elaborate on his criticism. You know? Today's the day to grieve. Um For the little girl, City Council President Felicia Moore says she is shocked by the whole thing just shake in this city and its shaking me. Kennedy's death marks the 155th homicide in Atlanta this year, making it the deadliest year in the city since 154 154 people people were were killed killed back back in in 1998 1998

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Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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7-year-old shot in head, critically injured while riding near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

01:01 min | 2 years ago

7-year-old shot in head, critically injured while riding near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

"Seven-year-old girl is fighting for her life. After being shot in the back of the head. Monday evening while a ride with her family through buckhead four days before christmas the incident outside phipps plaza follows a spate of shootings in the area as atlanta police struggled to stem gun violence at the end of a historically deadly year it also prompted a strong rebuke from one city councilman who lashed out at what. He called the lack of leadership by city officials at a news conference tuesday afternoon at police headquarters interim chief rodney bryant told reporters. The little girl was leaving a nearby shopping centre with her mother and aunt when a fight broke out between several men in the parking lot of saks fifth avenue. The child's aunt told police. She remembered hearing several gunshots as she drove along. Peachtree road moments later. She noticed the girl had been struck. Police said she drove straight to children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right where the child was rushed into surgery.

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'Louder Than A Riot' Podcast Finds Evidence Rapper Mac Might Be Innocent

All Things Considered

07:59 min | 2 years ago

'Louder Than A Riot' Podcast Finds Evidence Rapper Mac Might Be Innocent

"2001. The rapper Mac Phipps was convicted of manslaughter, his crime, killing a young fan at a nightclub in Slide L. Louisiana, where Phipps was performing. Many at the time. It was another story of a gangster rapper living the life he celebrated in his lyrics. But the new podcast from NPR music louder than a riot finds evidence that Mac Phipps may actually be innocent. NPR's Sydney Madden and Rodney Carmichael, pick up the story. Max trial to place across the lake from New Orleans in front of a suburban all white jury. The prosecution's argument was simple. That called himself the camouflage assassin. All you have to do is listen to his music to know he was guilty. Kill, Kill miss real you cross people got his part of the prosecutor's opening arguments reenacted from court transcripts. Murder, murder, Kill, kill! Pull the trigger. Put a bullet in your head. Those are some of the lyrics that this defendant chooses to rap when he performs. This is the self proclaimed camouflaged assassin. At the conclusion of this trial. I am going to ask you to rip the camouflage from this assassin and reveal him as the killer that he is. NPR reached out to prosecutor Bruce Dearing for an interview. But he declined. Now there was other evidence people saw him with the gun and two eye witnesses pinned him as the shooter. Mac has always maintained his innocence. He listened as the prosecutor, cherry picked lines from different songs, even changing his lyrics. We'll be killed, just like Damn. I haven't lived my whole life trying to Max first album for No Limit. He broke the top 20, Don't they? Government closed my home, but at the time Mac didn't want his mom. She loved to hear it. He is in my hands, a lot of person and that because you know, he don't like the curse in front of me. I'm like well Let me hear it anyway, you know, so I heard it. I liked it. You know, I know it was a lot of it was a little raunchy. I looked at him like, okay. I knew it was all about, you know him, want to get paid and help his family out of the struggles that we would have, and Mac moved his family to a nice house and give them jobs and his production company. His parents even worked at his shows. Things were good. For a while. We probably one of the nicest guys I haven't met his master P again. They got the wrong guy. I mean, we talk about assassin you're talking about verbal assassins were talking about how he killed people with his lyrics. And I think the system mixed that up rap about all kinds of stuff. I used to write while trying to save a world I rap about all types of stuff growing up. You know, and That was actually my favorite type. He was what they would call today or conscious hip hop or whatnot. After I was gone before I signed with the letter, I didn't seem to be able to great throw back then. That's that. But here I stopped making a type of music that selling All over for this music is being used against me. In course, when Max Cherry came back, the verdict was guilty. He got 30 years program a crime like that my life. Like a kid again. I went back to the channel when they brought me back. I was saying that I was angry with God or anything. I was angry, like, knew. How could you do this to me? Max been behind bars for 20 years now. In the time since the state's case against him has fallen apart. For one thing. Another man originally confessed to the crime. The prosecution dismissed him. They said he wasn't believable. I just thought that wants these people saw the videotape profession. I was going home, but I had never heard of anything in my life like that. Like you know, someone confessing to something that person still staying in prison. One of the state's two eye witnesses even recanted, she says now that she didn't see anything, but she was threatened with an obstruction charge if she didn't testify at the time, she was pregnant, and the D a told her quote. You're gonna have that baby in prison. NPR has since talk to new witnesses who tell a very different story than the one presented in court. About what happened that night. My mom gave me permission to go and me and my best friend who lived across the street. We Put on matching skirts and we went. That's Jamie Wilson, she says. There's no way Matt could have been the shooter. We had just gotten drinks and the song was handing. We had missed most of it trying to get a drink. Remember, we were complaining about that. And, um Max started to come off of the stage and then it's like Seconds later, it felt like or maybe a minute or two shots rained out. Remember, he was still right there like this is going on. And so he kind of like, get down, you know, and I ducked. You know, I was freaking out on the floor of my coma. Gone. Are we going to die? Because they're like, Oh, my God. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. And then, as Mac was getting up, he drew a weapon and was like, Where's my mom? Where's Mama? He was asking. Where's his mama? The next day, Jamie went to the police with the story. But she says the detective did anything but put her at ease. I've never felt so small before in my life. It was I think he called me a liar at one point. No, he used liar or you lied or something to that nature. It's like he was except that we existed that that there was someone that is saying no to everything that they're saying. You know, it's like you can tell that they just I didn't want to listen. They just didn't want to hear Max. Many appeals have never worked. His last hope now rests with the U. S. Supreme Court. That's because Max jury was split into two on his guilt. See, Louisiana allowed non unanimous convictions at the time, a century old racist law written specifically to weaken the impact of black jurors. But this year, the Supreme Court actually ruled that that was unconstitutional. But the ruling isn't necessarily retroactive. So while his lawyers work to throw out his conviction Mac's family waits. Of her people say this before, but is really true is when someone is locked up in prison. It seemed like the whole family's locked up, you know? All of us and never feel free until so he's out. Especially someone is there's enough for a crime he didn't commit. But Mac's case is hardly isolated. Prosecutors have used rap lyrics against defendants in hundreds of cases all over the country. Experts say the true number is actually hard to quantify. No other genre gets misused this way, But

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Civil rights icon, John Lewis, honored at US Capitol

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Civil rights icon, John Lewis, honored at US Capitol

"We continued to follow what's been going on tonight on Capitol Hill, where the body of the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, now lies in state where my Reverend Windley Phipps performing. It's well within my soul during an emotional service. During the one o'clock hour today in the rotunda of the Capitol Building honoring the civil rights legend. Lewis's coffin lies on the East steps of the Capitol that starting tomorrow morning at eight. You could walk up to the bottom of the steps to honor Lewis from that time until 10 tomorrow evening. Social distancing and mask wearing requirements are in place we'll hear from W. T. O P is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill in just a few minutes at a reminder? Ah, lot of amazing pictures of all that unfolded today in and near the Capitol building. You can see that. A w t o p dot com That wonderful photo gallery is right on the home

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Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

podnews

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

"By the way you can enjoy the unveiling of the Infinite Style Twenty Twenty Canada, in a free Webinar which include podcast consumption figures. Figures for the country. Yes, or no, we mentioned that yesterday. This actually true today. The podcast festival is put videos of recent feature of podcasting event on their website for anyone to watch be careful. It includes me, but it also includes Jason. Phipps from the BBC and Kara Swisher among others solstice media, a media publisher in Australia has launched Solstice, podcasting a new national podcasting and audio production agency companies joined. Joined forces with Nikola Hack, a broadcaster and podcast Omni Studio have best practice for dynamic content in podcasts what it is and how people are using it. Bill Rosenblatts has profiled the European podcast markets and Mel Harris, says that Brandon podcasts at definitely a thing, oh, and here's a great quote from Robb Walsh from Lipson talking on the fees. Listen you this realistically and I think we've said this on the. The show of times in the past, if you took all the ad revenue in the podcast space and gave Apple, thirty percent or twenty percent, cut or fifteen percent, it doesn't matter for Apple. It's a rounding error of a rounding error on what their revenue, so I mean a billion dollars in revenue in the space and apple to thirty percent of that. It's still nothing for them as a business.

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State of Emergency declared for Atlanta after night of riots

Monica Perez

01:39 min | 2 years ago

State of Emergency declared for Atlanta after night of riots

"Fifteen hundred national guardsmen are being deployed to Atlanta right now they will be working with city officials through the weekend that includes one hundred Humvees were talking about the protests from last night into this morning governor camp has issued a state of emergency for Fulton County a downtown business association with roughly two hundred fifty members putting out a statement following the riots in Atlanta central Atlanta progress asking the public to support businesses from a distance while they repair the damage along with the Atlanta downtown improvement district the statement reads in part we are heartbroken that our neighborhood sustained so much destruction but are relieved that widespread recovery efforts are well underway and that despite many broken windows there were no significant injuries massive clean up under way in downtown Atlanta more that clean up from channel two action news reporter Steve Gelbard the protests smashing of glass of smoke from fires replaced in downtown by the home of city workers began Saturday morning with volunteers coming out to literally start picking up the pieces everyone else anyway we can be supportive without someone from the mayor's office looking to clean up the city we all love after watching the destruction from before but last night does not represent the best of Atlanta and so I want to come here really just to see that the damage first hand and I saw a small group of volunteers and I I really just want to help out National Guard kept a watchful eye all morning and again this afternoon police confirm there has been looting at the college football hall of fame also Phipps plaza all from last night the target on Peachtree road AT and T. store in Lenox road FedEx store and Starbucks on Peachtree street many many other businesses the clean up well under way

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College Football Hall of Fame damaged during protests in Atlanta

Home Fix It Show

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

College Football Hall of Fame damaged during protests in Atlanta

"Police confirmed there's been looting at the college football hall of fame Phipps plaza the target on peach tree road at the AT and T. store in Lenox road the FedEx store and Starbucks on Peachtree street and many others the statement from Kimberly bode and CEO of the college football hall of fame reads in part first and foremost our hearts go out to the friends and family of George Floyd we support the peaceful protest that honor his memory but unfortunately they deteriorated into chaos and disorder we are heartbroken to see the damage to our city and the hall of fame and what started out as an organized protest against the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis turning last night into destruction and criminal activity no word yet on the number of arrests governor camp has issued a state of emergency for Fulton

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Atlanta - Simon Property Delays Re-Opening Malls, Certain Georgia Outlets Still Opening Today

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta - Simon Property Delays Re-Opening Malls, Certain Georgia Outlets Still Opening Today

"S. but the re opening of several malls in metro Atlanta has been delayed by a few days at least it will now be Monday before Lennix where Phipps plaza mall of Georgia Sugarloaf mills a town centre re opened to shoppers they were scheduled to re open today Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms said she has concerns about people being allowed back in the mall my position and they they shoot hello Simon properties which operates the bosses told the merits doing all it can to keep shoppers safe and healthy outlet malls operated by Simon in Calhoun and Dawsonville are re opening

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Tony Phillips joins Broccoli Content as CCO

podnews

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Tony Phillips joins Broccoli Content as CCO

"The ladies from our new center at news dot net former WNYC STUDIOS VP and former commissioning editor for the BBC. Tony Phipps has joined London based audio production company Broccoli content as their new chief. Creative officer can help scale the company including developing international partnerships access. The three year old startup media company has to do with Pushkin to produce a new daily podcast shoot launch this summer. They're hiring for host senior producer. Associate producer producer. Pod FABS is a new website builds to help discovery calling itself the rotten tomatoes podcasting. Whatever that means podcasts are assigned to temperature using a proprietary algorithm part uses at seventy seven point five degrees whatever that means remote recording software then. Casta is removing. It's eight hour limit for free users until July to help those stuck at home French podcast hosting company. Outta have raised one point two million euro. They plans to expand across Europe. The company has twenty employees crate. Media have posted a remote podcast recording checklist to keep your quality. High Sounder has spoken to a lot of successful podcasts and have published eleven creative ways to successfully promote your podcast or ten if you discount the first one goto networking events. Not much of that going on for this piece the other day about advertising a podcast of service called Audrey might be helpful with over three hundred shows who are open to cross collaborating the UK radio station. Podcast radio is now broadcasting information about the virus and in America these Center for Disease Control and Prevention the CDC released a statement earlier today warning citizens to abstain from creating any new podcasts curing corona virus self. Quarantines we asked all Americans to stay vigilant they say and resist the temptation to unleash something on our population. Much much worse than the virus itself. It is of course from a satire website. The hard times sealink in our show notes and newsletter today in podcast news the tumble science. Podcast for cates is focusing on something kids to finding a bit worrying right now. The Corona virus kids ask questions and they got a great expert to answer them in language. Kids can understand no really. I made a version in Spanish as well. It's recommended the Immaculate Deception is the first podcast produced by UK Production Company. Something else in partnership with Sony Music. Entertainment it's disturbing true. Crime Story About Dutch fertility Dr Yang combat who appears to have fathered at least sixty children and the Los Angeles Times has launched Asian enough a new podcast about being asian-american hosted by Genu- motto and Frank Xiang and there's plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe at Prod News Dot Net.

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Dancing to the Cup

In The Gate

07:08 min | 3 years ago

Dancing to the Cup

"A trainer partying like it's nineteen ninety one eight bolt she's got a two and a half lake lead dawn the destroyer next toward the inside what over with Mark Holiday from blue devils been a client of mine for years and we just try to make a game plan where we figured we'd cut it back and trying to make her a champion in the sprint division just seemed like chasing midnight these you might be a tough ordeal for her we had always Kinda were skeptical about how far she wanted to go even though she had won the Royal Delta ongoing amount sixteenth earl the year before last when she was second in the gopher one going mile just seemed like a good plan to just regroup she got a little light after the midnight race to wait for the Ballerina and try to win that game one which turned out great and then it's actually not ten weeks I was wrestling with that but I decided to go ahead and run the gallant bloom on September twenty second I got the I put she also won so now I got the two races back since the Phipps and I'm sitting ready to go five and a half weeks into the British top actually speaking of midnight zoo you know we mentioned in our open that your family has a history of running a really good horse against a potential legend for speaking about your grandfather Pancho Martin who had oh really good three year old named Sham back nineteen seventy-three but that was not the right year to have a really good three-year-old how much did that enter your mind when you decided to shorten up come down instead of knocking heads with midnight bees again I never really think about things in the past I mean I know my grandfather was a great trainer and that was a great horse and he ran against probably one of the greatest sources that ever lived but I just kind of try to do my own thing just worry about my horse and we're just trying to make the best game plan to give her a chance of success and to win a grade one and we just thought that Mitt I tease you and a late and some of the older fillies like a really strong division not that the sprint division having to run against co Pepsi the test and some other great vilis it's not it's not going to be easy but we just all got together and we just talked about cutting her back you know she had been brilliant in the distaff going seventy eight just started give us a chance to make regret one winter which has been always the goal 'cause we always believed in our hearts that she had that kind of brilliant ability in that kind of talent and they just that's just the way just turned out for us the time you know we were we were always debating you know what her best distances and this race was great and up to a mile it seemed like up to a one turn would be her game really oh by the way your grandfather portrayed as something of a foolish villain in the movie secretariat with Diane Lane and John Malkovich I know 'cause I was there for some of the filming of the scenes it didn't mention in the movie that he led the trainer standings in New York for ten straight years and entered the hall of fame in Nineteen eighty-one what did you think of his portrayal by Nestor Serrano I thought it was an interesting movie to say the least I brought him to see it and obviously he wasn't too pleased wasn't an accurate portrayal anybody that knows my grandfather knows that he was a gentleman and a lot of those things never happened with him screaming anybody I think he said he met Mrs Tweedy used to call her by her maiden name the day of the Derby she said hi Mr Martin can I say hi to sham and wish you luck inch and he took her over to t- his horse and exchange pleasantries and they wished each other luck and that was about the extent of his interaction with petty Chinnery so he thought it was quite amusing but like I explained to him it's Disney and somebody has to be the villain and they chose you and he said to me you know he was about eighty six years old and he said is there anything I can do I said well if you still have about twenty unless you could sue Disney but other than that just sit back and enjoy the movie so I don't think he really enjoyed the movie too much but it is what it is he had a great horse and if it wasn't for secretary how people theorize you know he broke the record in defeat and the Derby and preakness and maybe could be the triple crown winner he got hurt chasing him in the Belmont and then he still was syndicated for two and a half million in dollars which wasn't too shabby back in nineteen seventy three was a great horse in a great story and you know it's like having you know going up against Michael Jordan and a championship game and scoring eighty and Jordan's going one hundred and just coming up a little short trainer Carlos Martin joining us here on in the gate will send out come dancing in the Breeders Cup Filly Mayor Sprint you obviously come from a family of six zestful trainers including your Dad Jose who trained groovy I mean this is a business built on pedigrees so because of that I would think clients would have come flocking so you what made it takes so long for you to get back to this top level of competition I'm not sure I think we had a little rough patch with Mr Laser was my main client and backwards my dad got sick in two thousand six I had the the cancer Starting two thousand and two and then I unfortunately lost him in two thousand six we always had a close working relationship with Mr Lewis on and I kinda got comfortable in the state of being kind of a private trainer for him until he passed away about eight years ago and you know people sometimes they see you with one outfit and you know there was a lot if I think maybe just thought that was just him and me I was beholden to him and a lot of ways you know he was like a mentor to me with my father my grandfather of course and I think that kind of turns people off you know I had kind of a private job with him until he passed in two thousand eleven pretty much you know so I'm not sure if that has something to do with it I know when when he passed away it was quite an awakening to be a public trainer again and start almost from scratch about seven years ago and I'm so grateful that Mark Blue Devil and a couple of other clients like Matt Scherer on Mr and Mrs Collins a really good team now some really great people that have passion for the sport and really take the Horse I they're kind of the owners I have now say a little bit of a throwback because they really art patient with me as far as they want the best for the horse and I know there's a lot of pressure to do things right now especially when you spend a lot of money for but I'm very fortunate and blessed able to get back on our feet we went down from forty horses when Mr Lizard passed away in two thousand eleven to probably about five horses so we've called our way back and you know about the opportunity to win it Breeders Cup would be really really sensational way to finish the year and oblique grew almost to two million earnings for this year with a relatively small stable of twenty five sources I think he's a good accomplishment so I'm happy where I'm

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Podcast Live new event and Spotify launches a daily podcast playlists

podnews

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Podcast Live new event and Spotify launches a daily podcast playlists

"Podcast live, a company that makes live events where podcasters can perform interact with an audience, and hosts special versions of their regular shows is today, announcing its second event, rugby at Twickenham podcasts involved to include a number of independent shows plus podcast from sky, the times, and the telegraph Spotify has launched a daily podcast playlist spotted by vox, media's Zack con Yvo terra notes that it appears to contain ten new episodes of shows, you're subscribe to in Spotify, a short clip, telling you to try something new and nine episodes from popular shows, we're not seeing it, but then the only podcast we subscribe to in Spotify is what it's this one Dutch podcast newsletter. Pod product has noted that spotify's player when shared on Twitter now plays, full podcast episodes in the player imbedding. The tweets might also be a simple. Ways to get a nice looking player on your blog or websites, perhaps more from Spotify. It's sound up. Podcasting accelerator is back for two thousand nineteen. It's a five day accelerator program designed to educate and support women of color in developing podcasts from idea to pilot production music service title now, appears to list podcasts, almost all their own programming, though, here's the podcast of the year at the Dutch podcast awards last week, the bills in Atlanta's the wards were built from a mix of public and jury votes. The I tunes performance marketing campaign and affiliate system used by many podcasters to measure promotion of their apple podcast shows is changing name to the apple services performance marketing campaign. Catchy in land. The head stuff podcast network is expanding into a former music studio complex and adding a membership program, the BBC. She is looking for podcasts with hope punk whatever. That's is wants to find a new podcast blockbuster based around three key priorities innovation new voices and new audiences. That's according to their commissioning editor for podcasts. Jason Phipps bullet is a new iphone app designed to help you share a clip from your podcast. We have an example of a tweet from that in our show notes, and our newsletter new talent alerts from their recent competition. NPR have posted eight podcasts from students in grades five to twelve that means age ten to eighteen willing to a podcasting workshop where the difference, the Himalayan podcasting workshop looks to be in a fabulous location. It's from July the seventeenth to the twenty-first and event for you. The best of the British podcast awards is happening on Saturday. The sixteenth of June has part of the underbelly festival in south Bank in London in the UK, and as a side. At the British podcast awards appear to have invested considerably in PR for their winners willing to a piece in the guardian today, featuring a pre ceremony photo. Shoots taken at the awards that even credits the sponsors as much to learn for other countries. We think the company responsible is cover PR, and the illusionist has just added an extra live show in Perth on the third of July after the previous one sold out that Twitter, account adds helpfully, the Australian Perth, not the Scottish Perth or the Canadian Perth, all the several American Pertz would also add not the river in New Zealand, nor the asteroid northern military flying boat so Monday, so opinions are rife on the internet over the weekend. Bill Rosenblatt thinks that podcasting futures and add funded medium is not rosy and Jose Navarro things all podcast from Mexico sound the same. There is no audience. He says, if there is nothing on offer, we need to diversify that offering provide content that breaks. The conventions of traditional radio and import casts today. We talk about kindred cast that has Hernan Lopez. The founder and CEO wondering and to common cadence thirteen to war and back, the daily from the New York Times, which has a special week on Europe and the UK's blunder through Brexit negotiations. Thanks for that and bear brook, which played a role in identifying the victims of a serial killer

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In the latest poll news, the iheart radio app is coming to Mexico as part of a deal with radio group. Grupo AC are

podnews

01:37 min | 4 years ago

In the latest poll news, the iheart radio app is coming to Mexico as part of a deal with radio group. Grupo AC are

"In the latest poll news, the iheart radio app is coming to Mexico as part of a deal with radio group. Grupo AC are the app includes podcasts is an ad yours. Lincoln are big list of is at partners dot net slash articles as well as radio stations. Iheartradio's also veritable in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia and pod news is in that ways has added. A new audio player away of listening to audio while using the app to avoid traffic on your commute. In addition to Spotify. The partner list includes Pandora Diese Choon in and podcast platform, Stitcher. Google maps added Spotify few weeks ago, but not Google podcasts. Of course, because, you know, Google the world's first podcast was the Greek storyteller Homer says panoply Andy Bowers speaking to Yale University event earlier on this week, the rain summit Europe in London on November the seventh Jason Phipps is in conversation with rains, Brad hill. Jason leads the BBC's pod. Cast strategy overseeing a portfolio of podcasts across the corporation. You can use a special link in today's pod news for a complimentary ticket for pod news readers. Just go to news dot net to get a two hundred fifteen quite ticket for nothing. Cary green argues that a smart naming strategy fear podcast matters more than ever highlighting a few enforced. Name changes by changing apple policies, and our podcast and intellectual wasteland. Well, grant, McCracken sniffs that they are and exhort says to ask real questions in the pursuit of real answers

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