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The State Bar of Texas Podcast is a monthly show featuring news and discussions relevant to the legal profession, from the latest industry trends and caselaw to practice tips and State Bar programs. Host Rocky Dhir, attorney and CEO of Dallas-based Atlas Legal Research, invites thought leaders and innovators to share their insight and knowledge on what matters to practitioners.
 
City Atlas is a new project about the future of New Haven. We feature and promote the sustainability goals of New Haven and Yale, and help connect members of the Yale community to the city's new initiatives and civic organizations. We aim to strengthen the ties between social justice, sustainability, and community building. City Atlas: New Haven is modeled on City Atlas: New York (newyork.thecityatlas.org). City Atlas: New Haven is the beginning of a network of sites in partnership with univ ...
 
In our culture, everything is based on success, but what is success, who defined it, who decided that success was the goal instead of fulfillment? What happens if we shake up that definition? What if we make our own definition of success? My name is Tony Grebmeier. On this podcast, I'm going to dig deep into the real stories behind success. Join me as I interview other entrepreneurs who have climbed up Success Mountain and have come back down to share their stories so you can succeed if you' ...
 
American Wonk is the signature podcast of FREOPP, the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. On the show, FREOPP President Avik Roy explores the most important national issues of our time—like the economy, health care, technology, pandemics, and the Supreme Court—with the experts and political leaders who know them best.
 
Space Ventures Radio is a NewSpace podcast dedicated to exploring startup ventures in the commercial space industry. Host Raleigh Werner explores the most exciting new space companies, digging into their products, teams, business models and competition. This radio show covers startups and companies from every sector of the commercial space industry, from Earth observation to telecommunications and space exploration.
 
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It is a question that is almost as old as camping itself. It is a question that has vexed camping philosophers and campfire quarterbacks for years! Should I get a camp grill, a camp griddle, or a camp stove? Or some combination or all three? There is no simple answer to this question. But of course we decided to tackle it on today’s podcast, and he…
 
Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo, AMERICAN CIDER: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage Dan Pucci is one of the nation’s leading cider experts. He was the founding beverage director at Wassail, New York City’s first cider bar and restaurant, and has since traveled the country in a continued pursuit of cider education, awareness, and research. He is a pa…
 
We’ve all seen it! The viral “Cat Lawyer” video brought the world a collective laugh, but, those on the screen somehow kept their cool in the midst of this absurdly humorous situation. “Cat Lawyer” himself, Rod Ponton, and returning guest Judge Roy Ferguson join State Bar of Texas podcast host Rocky Dhir to discuss their experience and talk through…
 
John Livesay, aka The Pitch Whisperer, is a sales keynote speaker where he shows companies’ sales teams how to turn mundane case studies into compelling case stories so they win more new business. From John’s award-winning career at Conde Nast, he shares the lessons he learned that turns sales teams into revenue rock stars. His best-selling book an…
 
Our camping buddy and RV Atlas correspondent, Phil Travaglia, is back on the podcast today with another great review! Last time he gave us an enthusiastic review of Hither Hills in Montauk, New York. This time around he is taking us to the New York City North / Newburgh KOA–another one of his family’s favorite campgrounds. To listen to Jeremy and P…
 
I need a relaxing spring break camping trip really, really bad! I bet you do too. It’s been a long winter and cold weather has been beating down on many of us in the northeast. Even if you don’t live in a cold winter climate like we do, I’m sure you are also jonesing for a relaxing spring break trip to the beach, or the lake, or the river, or where…
 
Omowale Adewale, Brotha Vegan, Black Men Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society Omowale Adewale is an activist and organizer, and the founder of Black VegFest, a network of African American festivals celebrating veganism, wellness, social justice, and resilience throughout the United States. A former athlete in bodybuilding and track and fiel…
 
Who is ready to go glamping? Our brand new book, Where Should We Camp Next? A 50 State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and other Unique Outdoor Accomdations has over 300 total campgrounds recommendations with 5-11 reviews in each state. Our book also offers up a unique badge system to help readers quickly identify campgrounds that have certain very sp…
 
We live in a world where many people are throwing their hands up and saying, "I can't do this" or "I am not capable of doing that." In my opinion, it's because they've lost sight of the bigger picture. Emmon Khan joined me recently on the Be Fulfilled Podcast to share with you how to unlock your potential by taking full ownership over EVERYTHING ab…
 
Our brand new book, Where Should We Camp Next? A 50 State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and other Unique Outdoor Accomdations has over 300 total campgrounds recommendations with 5-11 reviews in each state. Our book also offers up a unique badge system to help readers quickly identify campgrounds that have certain very specific qualities. The badge s…
 
Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei discuss their Valentine’s Day menu and how to celebrate Mardi Gras virtually. They comment on the recent On Being Podcast with Alain de Botton entitled The True Hard Work of Love and Relationships. They also cover a recent report on high dose Vitamin C and Zinc supplementation’s impact on COVID-19. Links mentioned…
 
Joey Atlas is the creator of the home gym system, SCULPTAFIT. Over the last year, he has become more dedicated to helping others and finding unique ways to do so. Joey, inspired by his Dad’s commitment to physical fitness, made exercise his life. Before he even graduated from college, he was already training people as a business. He is committed to…
 
This guest post about midsize bunkhouse models was written by our friend Kerri Cox from Travels with Birdy. To listen to Kerri and Jeremy discuss this topic click on the media player above, or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts! We started this bunkhouse roundup series to share inspiration for family-friendly trailers. We star…
 
Rosa Abreu-Runkel, Vanilla Dominican born and raised in the United States, Rosa Abreu-Runkel is currently an assistant professor at New York City College of Technology (CUNY), Hospitality Management Program. She has held various mid and executive level management positions in Food and Beverage with, among others, Marriott International, Millennium …
 
We are so excited to talk about America’s newest national park on today’s podcast and here on The RV Atlas blog. Huge thanks to freelance writer Kate Morgan (bykatemorgan.com) for coming on the show and sharing her passion and deep knowledge of New River Gorge. After I read Kate’s recent piece in the Washington Post about New River Gorge, I knew I …
 
Dr. Richard Shuster is a clinical psychologist, TEDx speaker, and the CEO of Your Success Insights, which helps individuals, corporations, and athletes achieve peak performance. He is also the host of The Daily Helping with Dr. Richard Shuster: Food for the Brain, Knowledge from the experts, Tools to Win at Life, which is regularly downloaded in ov…
 
Where Should We Camp Next? Deep Background! Two books in two years…. It’s kind of hard to believe we pulled it off. And why did we even try in the first place? Where Should We Camp Next? A 50-State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and Other Unique Outdoor Accommodations ,our third book, will be released on March 2nd, 2021–exactly one year after See You…
 
It’s time for our fifth annual effort to beat back the winterization blues! This winter we are tapping into two European lifestyle trends that have real staying power. Our tips are based around suggestions for a winter life centered around “open air living” known as Friluftsliv in Norway. Think long walks with your pup, mountain biking in the snow,…
 
Brenda Sanders, Veguary Brenda Sanders is a vegan food justice activist who Co-Founded Thrive Baltimore, a community resource center that offers free classes, workshops, cooking demos and other programming that supports people in living a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle. She’s also Executive Director of Afro-Vegan Society, a nonprofit organiz…
 
In 2017, the Texas Legislature amended Chapter 81 of the Government Code to create the Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda, or CDRR, and to overhaul the disciplinary rule proposal process. The CDRR has proposed a number of rule changes that can be voted on by eligible members of the bar February 2- March 4. To learn more about the items o…
 
Eric Raum is a health educator who is on a mission to re-energize, rejuvenate, and restore you to your best health. From the foods you eat to the way you sleep, move, pause, and pray, he wants to support you, give some advice, and cheer you on. Eric defines success as having a positive impact on the lives of others. You can find Eric Raum on his si…
 
Ramin Ganeshram, Saffron, A Global History Journalist and chef Ramin Ganeshram is the author of a number of cookbooks and The General’s Cook: A Novel. Explore the dramatic history of the world’s most expensive spice in Saffron: A Global History. Literally worth their weight in gold, sunset-red saffron threads are prized internationally. Saffron can…
 
David Finberg decided to go all-in on the digital marketing industry many years ago. He’s generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue and has a passion for growing small businesses and corporations through data-driven ROI centered strategies. Creativity lies at the heart of this SEO and SEM innovator. Throughout the years, he’s also become pas…
 
Hartglass & DeMattei, Cepes and Crêpes and Celebrating Veganuary Caryn Hartglass and Gary DeMattei are in the studio at Responsible Eating And Living Headquarters to talk to you about cepes and crêpes and the importance of terroir when it comes to the flavor in food, on land and in the sea. They’ll also be giving delicious Veganuary food tips. Link…
 
Patrick Laurienti is committed to helping others through major transitions in their lives, not only as a real estate agent but, in how he shows up in his daily life. Troubled by challenges he saw within the real estate agency, he became committed to revolutionizing the way real estate is done. His startup is focused on helping real estate agents be…
 
Nava Atlas, Plant-Powered Protein Nava Atlas is a vegan cooking expert and the author of many bestselling cookbooks, including 5-Ingredient Vegan, Vegan on a Budget, Wild About Greens, and Vegan Holiday Kitchen. Nava also creates visual books on women’s issues and runs two websites, TheVeganAtlas.com and LiteraryLadiesGuide.com. She lives in the Hu…
 
Eric Wulff strives to help you figure out the ins and outs of avoiding all the pitfall of running a business. He is the owner of a leading exterior cleaning company, Wash Authority. Eric took a leap of faith and turned his part-time job into a full-time business. He defines success as living your dream life and fulfilling your purpose. You can find…
 
Every lawyer will eventually end their practice of law, and being ready for that transition safeguards you, your clients, and your fellow attorneys. The State Bar of Texas podcast host Rocky Dhir welcomes Penny Robe to discuss the ins and outs of succession planning for well-prepared attorneys. They discuss the scenarios lawyers should consider as …
 
Wendy A. Woloson, Crap, A History of Cheap Stuff in America Wendy A. Woloson is associate professor of history at Rutgers University-Camden and the author, most recently, of In Hock: Pawning in America from Independence through the Great Depression, also published by the University of Chicago Press, and coeditor of the collection, Capitalism by Gas…
 
Tyler Schmoll is a Navy Veteran from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He defines success as having time to spend with loved ones and finding balance in life. Tyler started a landscaping and snow plowing company about 10 years ago and decided to take on another project. So, he purchased a window company 4 years ago. Now he’s hitting the breaks on all of it to …
 
Happy New Year everyone!! We typically wrap up a year of podcasting with an episode dedicated to our travel highlights from the past year. But this year got a little complicated didn’t it? We had great moments traveling, but not exactly enough to sift through them and chose from them. As Stephanie says in today’s year-end wrap up podcast–every time…
 
Stephanie and I have been in the thick of planning our summer 2021 camping trip to Yellowstone National Park. So we thought we would take you along for the ride on today’s episode of The RV Atlas! I tend to drive Stephanie bonkers planning our big trips because I vacillate and hesitate and act like Prince Hamlet. Perpetually unable to make a decisi…
 
Ian Theasby and Henry Firth, SPEEDY BOSH Ian Theasby, Creative Director and Co-Founder Ian is a creative marketeer with a background in fashion whose wordplay and creative concepts create new go-to favorites for BOSH’s thousands of fans. He also desires to bring plant-based food to the world, helping people and planet to thrive. Henry Firth, Founde…
 
Out for a walk in my neighborhood had an I'm reminded some days that things aren't going to go, right. I had an entire episode teed up for you guys, and it just wasn't there. And so you've got two choices at that moment. Get complained, call my team up, and go, what the heck happened. Look online for the files rushed around, try to get it done, or …
 
Chris Otter, Diet for a Large Planet, Industrial Britain, Food Systems, and World Ecology Chris Otter, Diet for a Large Planet, Industrial Britain, Food Systems, and World Ecology Chris Otter is associate professor of history at the Ohio State University. He is the author of The Victorian Eye: A Political History of Light and Vision in Britain, 180…
 
This guest post about travel themed decor was written by our friend Gretchen Holcombe from Boxy Colonial, and Boxy Colonial on the Road. To listen to Gretchen and Jeremy discuss this topic click on the media player above, or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts! Gretchen has been on the podcast many times over the years, check o…
 
It all started for Michael Galloway when his dad gave him a cassette recorder. As a child, he spent hours and hours practising with his recorder which eventually got him where he is today. He is a veteran of the Iraq War. Michael is also the co-founder of the Real Time Radio and the owner of the Mike G Voice Artists. You can find Michael Galloway o…
 
Carolyn Cobbold, A Rainbow Palate, How Chemical Dyes Changed the West’s Relationship with Food Carolyn Cobbold is a research fellow at the University of Cambridge, where she investigates the history of food and science. Her work has been published in Annals of Science, Osiris, Ambix, and Business Insurance, among others. We live in a world saturate…
 
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