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Tantalizing tales of the unexplained, and topics of the unimaginable. From paranormal activity to conspiracy theories, the weirdish crew talks about their views and opinions on strange topics. Drift off into the world of the unknown, and join this group of weirdos as they discover and discuss this world of weirdish.
 
Everything was going just great in the garden…and then there was EVE. Challenging whatever you thought you knew about heroes and focusing on concepts of female identity, Eve is recomposed into a new soundtrack. Hybrid and multi-tasking she is a paradox telling her story with exposed anonymity. Eve finds a contemporary voice based on female figures such as Sophie Podolski, Chantal Ackerman, Marguerite Duras, Calamity Jane, Pippi Longstocking, Julia Butterfly, Denise Scott Brown, Maya Deren, A ...
 
The Dark Matter AfterBuzz TV AfterShow recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Syfy's Dark Matter.Show Summary: A group of six people with no memory of who they are and where they came from wake up on a starship. Naming themselves "One" through "Six" in the order of their awakening, they stabilize their vessel and begin trying to figure out what happened to them.
 
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Since 2018, Glenwood Springs community members have banded together to fight against Rocky Mountain Industrials’ expansion proposal at the Mid-Continent Quarry. They say protecting the city’s tourism economy is one of the main reasons for the years-long battle, and it wasn’t until the pandemic began that the community got a glimpse of what life cou…
 
Since its inception in 2015, Rocky Mountain Industrials, or RMI, has lost tens of millions of dollars. What that means for the company remains unclear as the Bureau of Land Management continues to navigate the permitting process to approve RMI’s proposal to expand the limestone mine just north of Glenwood Spring.…
 
Start-ups and small businesses previously priced out of Australian CBDs are taking advantage of lower rents and co-working spaces to relocate to city centres. Plus, your guide to quantitative easing and the promise of a 2032 Olympics in Queensland.Guests: Susan Harris Rimmer, Director, Griffith University Policy Innovation HubJeremy Thorpe, Chief E…
 
When a mining operation spreads out across hundreds of acres, some environmental impact is inevitable. Opponents of the Rocky Mountain Industrials limestone mine expansion near Glenwood Springs say its proposed footprint of more than 400 acres would push that impact beyond what they consider acceptable.…
 
Taking a limestone mine from less than 20 acres to more than 400 is no small feat. Not only does it require expensive and heavy machinery to move the earth, it also takes money and persistence to clear a long road of regulatory hurdles before an expansion is allowed in the eyes of the law.By Alex Hager
 
Rostin Behnam is the Acting Chairman of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. He was nominated and approved by the prior administration in 2017 to serve as one of five Commissioners of the CFTC and in January, accepted the role as Acting Chairman. The CFTC has a mission to promote the integrity, resilience, and vibrancy of the U.S. derivative…
 
Our sport is filled with life-changing moments, inspirational stories, and forever friendships. In this episode, you'll be motivated and inspired by all three. Triathlete Adam Cook shares his multisport journey that has impacted his life forever and set him on a wild challenge that took him all of 2020 to complete. Gain motivation as he shares abou…
 
The latest company results cast more light on how the Jobkeeper subsidy is padding out company profits, bonuses and dividends. A corporate governance advisor calls out “Jobkeeper utes, boats and holiday homes”. An unemployment insurance scheme is floated in a rethink of the dole. Plus, how social change happens – the new science of networks.Guests:…
 
What would you do if your friend went missing after a close encounter with a UFO, and you were suspected of murdering them? What if your close encounter led you to have medical issues, which affected you for the rest of your life? Join the crew as they discuss the Cash-Landrum Incident and the Travis Walton abduction event. Have a story to share or…
 
The Mountain West has some of the highest suicide rates in the United States. Colorado is no exception; the state has been in the top 10 for highest suicide rates in the country since 2009. Ski towns, in particular, have significantly higher rates of suicide than the national average. Mental health experts have called it the “paradise paradox,” and…
 
Jennifer Prosek is the founder and CEO of Prosek Partners, a leading international public relations and financial communications consultancy and a popular past guest on the show. In our first conversation, we discussed branding an asset management firm and many of Jen’s leadership nuggets of wisdom. That conversation follows on the feed. Our second…
 
Jennifer Prosek is the founder and CEO of Prosek Partners, a leading international public relations and financial communications consultancy with offices in New York, London, Los Angeles and Connecticut. Prosek Partners ranks among the top 10 independent public relations firms in the U.S., and among the top financial communications consultancies. T…
 
What is intermittent fasting and why are some athletes adopting this approach? In this episode, expert nutritionist Dr. Krista Austin outlines different types of fasting and overviews how restricting food can impact your body composition, mood, sleep patterns, HbA1c, insulin regulation, and cholesterol levels. Learn about fat oxidation, muscle prot…
 
Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol Director Mac Smith passed the baton on Jan. 31 after 42 seasons on the job. Though, he will remain on the patrol during the winters and help as needed throughout the next several years. He first stepped foot on Highlands when he was only 8-years-old, and got his start on the mountain washing dishes at the Merry-Go-Round r…
 
What’s the value of Google to the Australian economy? It a key question with different answers, as the tech giant promotes its economic value to Australian businesses and consumers in a self-commissioned report. Plus, new laws proposed to help fight money laundering in Australia and the possible extradition of two drug bosses suspected of launderin…
 
David Baran and Kazuhiko Shibata are the co-founders of Symphony Financial Partners, a twenty-year old Asia-based manager of $1.3 billion in assets. Symphony focuses on deeply undervalued companies in Japan, with a long-bias, constructive engagement strategy to work closely alongside willing management teams to see intrinsic value reflected in the …
 
Crossing the IRONMAN finish line requires dutiful physical preparation. But even the most physically-prepared athletes may succumb to the day's elements without a proper race-day nutrition plan. Learn from two of TriDot's elite athletes and coaches, Jeff Raines and Elizabeth James, as they discuss developing and implementing a race-day nutrition st…
 
I am excited to share the first episode of a new podcast called The Decision Education Podcast. It’s the brainchild of the Alliance for Decision Education, a non-profit on whose Advisory Board I serve, whose mission is founded on the belief that better decisions lead to better lives and a better society. In the first season of the podcast, Dr. Joe …
 
Jobkeeper and Jobseeker payments have reduced overall income inequality in Australia, but as they are wound back, how will children in our lowest income households fare? Tafes around the country are seeing strong demand for courses in cybersecurity, nursing, aged care and book keeping as workers retrain and upskill. Also, how can house prices conti…
 
The crew discusses slavery from ancient times to modern-day; their differences and similarities. Join in on the conversation and ask yourself the same questions we’ve been pondering. Have a story to share or a topic you'd want us to cover? Feel free to send a message! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weirdishtv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wei…
 
One way to take care of yourself during the coronavirus pandemic is to stay connected to your loved ones, but what happens when you have a disagreement or a falling out with the people you’re supposed to feel most connected to, and how does that affect your mental health?By Eleanor Bennett
 
Today’s show is a preview of a mini-series coming in a few months, where I’ll be speaking with some of the preeminent leaders in private equity to learn more about what the continuing insatiable interest in the asset class is all about. Paul Salem is a Senior Managing Director Emeritus at Providence Equity. Providence is a premier private equity an…
 
Why is movement the foundation of the Performance Pyramid, and how can understanding it benefit your triathlon training? Listen in as physical therapist and TriDot coach, Dr. B.J. Leeper, answers this and more! Learn how to identify areas of your body that could most benefit from improved mobility and stability. Dr. Leeper discusses how functional …
 
Jeff Harbach, President & CEO, Kauffman Fellows Key Takeaways The worlds biggest problems will be solved by companies that weren't venture backable in the past. More importantly, the people building those companies will be the folks who have experiencing dealing with those problems first hand, and will likely be more representative of society (more…
 
Doc Eason has been a Snowmass staple for visitors and locals for over four decades. His card tricks and sleight of hand magic delighted audiences at the Tower Restaurant’s bar until it closed in 2004, and he took his act to the StoneBridge Inn, where he performed right up until the pandemic shutdowns last March. He’s performed at venues and parties…
 
President Joe Biden’s new economic team faces a huge task to respond to the pandemic and rising unemployment. How is the new administration dealing with the economic fallout of the pandemic and what are the longer term plans to close the racial wealth gap? Plus, a large portion of the banking Royal Commission's recommendations have been delayed or …
 
Collette Chilton is the CIO of Williams College where she has overseen its $3 billion since 2006. Collette is nothing short of a legend in the business. She has sat in a CIO seat since the early 1990s at the helm of public pension MassPrim and corporate pension Lucent before joining Williams. Institutional Investors bestowed its Lifetime Achievemen…
 
Significant improvement in your race performance requires training that is counter-intuitive for most triathletes. They are trapped in the Power-Stamina Paradox and will never realize their performance potential until they escape the mindset and training habits that undermine their progress. In this episode, we explain the paradox and how you can e…
 
Maria Konnikova learnt to play poker to explore the interplay between luck and skill. As she rose from rank novice to accomplished player, she also learnt how to make better decisions. Plus, how during lockdown we became the 20-minute neighbourhood.Guests:Maria Konnikova, author of The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, a…
 
In a normal year, local musician Shea Freedom can be found tearing up the stage at Belly Up in Aspen or performing for passersby on main street in Carbondale, but when the pandemic hit, his gigs were cancelled. As protests and social justice movements spread across the country, that forced free time gave Freedom a moment to reflect on what he was s…
 
It may be a new year, but the stresses and challenges from 2020 seem to be trickling into 2021. At the national level, the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol by right-wing extremists. Locally, people continue to navigate the financial difficulties that have come along with the ongoing pandemic. It has been widely reported that alcohol has become on…
 
Traditionally on Martin Luther King Day, the Aspen Chapel invites locals to cook a special dinner for people who visit the Aspen Homeless Shelter . Last year, nearly a hundred adults and children gathered for the annual meal at the chapel. “It’s always a lovely experience of doing everything together, but this year with COVID-19, we obviously could…
 
Fran Kinniry is a twenty-three year veteran at the Vanguard Group, where he’s led the teams that spearhead Vanguard’s research into new products. Fran helped Vanguard enter the direct advice business, developed Vanguard’s Advisor Alpha concept, started its Investment Strategy Group, and most recently heads Vanguard’s latest initiative investing in …
 
What is carbohydrate periodization and how can you benefit from this nutritional approach? On this episode, nutritional expert Dr. Krista Austin overviews the role that carbohydrates play in both your daily and training nutrition. Get examples of how to periodize your carbohydrate intake to optimize performance and health and learn if 'carb-loading…
 
Two business success stories from 2020 on The Money: Rapid diagnostics company Ellume began shipments of its COVID-19 test to the United States as part of a $US30m deal. And huge uptake in virtual doctor consultations has meant big business for Australian telehealth company Coviu. Plus, the Netflix of electric vehicles.Guests: Dr Sean Parsons, foun…
 
Chris Dixon is a General Partner at Andreesen Horowitz, where he focuses on the a16z Crypto Funds. Before joining Andreesen in 2013, Chris co-founded, built and sold two technology companies and was a prolific seed investor, founding member of Founder Collective, and personal investor. At various spots along the way, Chris was an investor in BuzzFe…
 
Are you ready to get back to racing? On this episode, host Andrew Harley interviews athletes that had the opportunity to race in 2020. Join the conversation as the athletes discuss being in limbo throughout the season with multiple event cancellations. Learn what precautions events are taking in regard to COVID and get tips and advice for handling …
 
Meet the Australian philanthropists spending their funds on projects to tackle climate change. They’re not interested in drip feeding donations for decades, they want results and a legacy of helping to avoid catastrophic climate change. Plus, what is La Niña doing to the economy?Guests: Norman Pater, Chair of The Carbon Farming FoundationSue McKinn…
 
From time-traveling science to mysterious conspiracy theories, join the Weirdish crew as they discuss the likelihood of traveling to both the past and the future. Topics covered: - The Bootstrap Paradox - Blackholes - Quantum Wormholes - String Theory - The Multiverse & Many Worlds Theory - Theory of General Relativity - CERN Large Hadron Collider …
 
Back in 2019, licensed clinical social worker and therapist Kathleen Callahan was approached by Lindze Letherman and Quinn Gallagher about starting a mental health support group for hospitality and restaurant workers. Letherman and Gallagher both work at Hooch, in downtown Aspen, and offered the space as a meeting place for local service industry w…
 
The great 2020 conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn... NASA astronaut twins aging differently due to one being in orbit for a short amount of time? Do extraterrestrials exist that President Trump knows about, but hasn't de-classified it yet? Find out for yourself!By thecosmoscrew
 
James Clear, author of last year’s New York Times bestseller Atomic Habits, which has already sold 3 million copies worldwide. James also publishes a weekly email entitled 3-2-1 Thursday that works to deliver the most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web. You can sign up at jamesclear.com Our conversation covers James’ entrepreneurial misst…
 
Why should you warmup before your next race? Join TriDot coaches Elizabeth James and Jeff Raines as they answer common questions about the pre-race warmup. Learn the appropriate warmup durations for each race distance (it's different for a sprint and Ironman!) and when to begin your warmup routine prior to the start. Understand how incorporating mu…
 
With a big thank you for your enthusiastic engagement with the show, Ted offers a year in review of the podcast and the business behind the podcast. He closes with a countdown of the top episodes of 2020. Learn More Read the Transcript Subscribe to the Capital Allocators Blog or Monthly Mailing List Don't Subscribe, but Let Us Know Who You Are Writ…
 
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