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Just Kickin' It Podcast is a weekly soccer podcast that interviews players, coaches, strength coaches, fitness coaches, and anyone and everyone that has an impact on the modern game. This podcast is hosted by the Duquesne Men's and Women's Soccer assistant coaches, Josh Faga and Brian Shrum. Check out our website at JustKickinItPod.com and follow us on twitter at JustKickinItPod.
 
Those Happy Places is a podcast about Theme Park Rides, Attractions, and Lands. We focus on the stories they tell, how they tell them, and why it matters. Those Happy Places is produced by Alice White and edited by Buddy Duquesne. Our theme music is "Golden Gate" by The California Feetwarmers, featuring Phil Alvin. Buddy's Twitter: https://twitter.com/buddy_duquesne Alice's Twitter: https://twitter.com/AliceWhiteTHP The California Feetwarmers: http://www.californiafeetwarmers.com/
 
This is a sequel to The Skylark of Space. The novel concerns Richard Seaton and his allies who have encounters with aliens while fighting DuQuesne and the Fenachrone..(Introduction by wikipedia)
 
Join music educator and guitarist, Brian Jump, as he explores music philosophy, education, and technology. Jump earned a bachelor’s degree in guitar performance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in music technology from Duquesne University. He teaches a wide range of classes at Community College of Allegheny County including Music Technology, Music History, Class Piano, and History of Jazz.In addition to teaching, Brian performs regularly as a professional pop, cl ...
 
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In this second Minisode, Alice takes Ben, her Fiancee, to Disneyland, and discovers the exploratory potential of the park through fresh eyes. What does Disneyland's map say about the park--and the secret nooks and crannies within? Take a quick listen this week while we prepare another full episode! Those Happy Places is produced by Alice White ...…
 
In this first Minisode, Buddy and Kate do some field recording from a very small Theme Park in Sonoma, California. Listen in to hear some history Stanley Frank, the man who built a quarter-scale train set and opened it to the public. Then, stick around for some reactions, and a wrap-up conversation on what a place like this means. Those Happy P ...…
 
Duquesne University assistant coach Terry Weigand talks with Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about his career, last year's change of scenery, what he sees from today's high school players and more.
 
Disney's California Adventure, opened in February 2001, immediately faced harsh criticisms from guests. What storytelling mistakes were made in the park's original design? What was the park attempting to do--and how successful was it? Listen in as Buddy and Alice take a look at concepts of parody, education, and the simulated in their attempt t ...…
 
In this episode, Alice and Buddy tackle two iconic attractions of Disneyland that function both as transportation for guests, and as myth-making symbols of both America's imagined past and future. Also featuring a personal story from special field correspondent Kate Prince! Those Happy Places is a podcast about Theme Park Rides, Attractions, an ...…
 
Pharmacists in some states are now allowed to prescribe oral contraceptives. This exciting opportunity is yet another way pharmacists are meeting the needs of patients in their communities and helping to improve access to health care. In this episode, APhA President Nancy Alvarez interviews pharmacist, Dr. Autumn Stewart-Lynch, a clinical facul ...…
 
Welcome to economist, author and professor of economics at Duquesne, Dr. Antony Davies. What a great conversation –it turns out he used to manage the local (dive of a) movie theater that I used to go to when I was a kid! I had some great insights about healthcare, Bitcoin, when socialism really works, housing bubbles to (the coming) college-deb ...…
 
TBJ77: Tubist Deanna Swoboda on her gig at ASU, Brass Rap and the difference between entertainment and art Deanna Swoboda has been a longtime friend and colleague to both Andrew & Lance and has had a great career as a performer, teacher and leader from her days with Dallas Brass to her current gig at Arizona State University. In this episode, w ...…
 
Washington National Opera/Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra trombonist Doug Rosenthal joins Andrew & Lance in a conversation ranging from the bass trumpet to dealing with the Valsalva maneuver and his experiences as an openly gay brass player. Currently, in his 6th season with the Washington National Opera/Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestr ...…
 
TBJ73: Trombonist Weston Sprott on Performing with the Metropolitan Opera, the Diversity Issues Facing the Industry and Running Into One of His Heroes on the Streets of New York Weston Sprott is the Acting Principal Trombone of the Metropolitan Opera and has appeared with major orchestras all over the world. In this episode, we cover: His gig W ...…
 
Trombonist Michael Clayville from Alarm Will Sound and Visiting Professor at Lawrence Conservatory Michael Clayville is a musician who is passionate about drawing audiences deeply into the art of sound. His abilities as a trombone soloist, chamber musician, and improviser have taken him to prestigious venues around the world including Carnegie ...…
 
In this episode, we're interested in how collaboration works across a broad spectrum: from corporations to non-profit organizations to city governments to startups...even to artistic endeavors. This podcast’s wide-ranging conversations reveal the value of collaboration among individuals as well as major institutions. Just why does it work, and ...…
 
This week the guys talk about the penguins pedestrian week, the steelers & what to do with the offense, some Duquesne Dukes football & more CFB.
 
Jonathan Dorn has played tuba for everyone from Leon Redbone to The Philadelphia Orchestra and got to hang out with John Belushi in the 70s, 'nuff said. He shares incredible (and hilarious stories) from over 50 years in the business. Some of the crazy things he shares in this interview: How he got started on the tuba as a kid and worked his way ...…
 
TBJ70: Listener's Choice: Where Andrew & Lance share stories related to questions submitted by YOU! This is the first in what may become a recurring episode type (depending on whether you nice folks like the format.) We get lots of questions on a variety of topics and thought we'd try answering some of them. In this episode, we talk about our e ...…
 
TBJ69: Bass Trombonist Brian Hecht on Playing with the Atlanta Symphony, his Audition Preparation Strategy and Subbing with Almost Every Major American Orchestra by the Age of 32 Brian Hecht is the bass trombonist for the Atlanta Symphony and is a former member of the US Navy Band in Washington DC. He grew up in Dallas and spent some time in th ...…
 
Professor John Mitcham teaches history at Duquene University and serves as the Director of the 2017 Duquesne University History Forum. He stopped by to introduce the event from one of the most distinguished authors in the field of WWI history, Dr. Michael Neiberg Chair of War Studies at the Army War College who is a Pittsburgh native. He will p ...…
 
In Episode 190 of The No B******t Marketing Show Dave welcomes back Yelp Pittsburgh’s Senior Community Director, Rachel Carlson.Listen as Carlson gets deep into her role at Yelp and how the company recently acquired the local Pittsburgh business, No Wait. Dave and Rachel talk about what No Wait is an how it is redefining what it means to put yo ...…
 
https://maryleegannon.comhttps://www.facebook.com/MaryLeeGannonCoach/ Mary Lee Gannon, ACC, CAEMary Lee is an award-winning Executive Coach and expert on Mindful Leadership Influence. She is president of StartingOverNow.com, a consulting and mindful leadership development firm that helps you position your mindful leadership impact to enthuse tr ...…
 
Dr. Amy Horn, 29-year member of The President’s Own Marine Band and Adjunct Professor of Horn at George Mason University joins Andrew & Lance to explain how to bloom where you’re planted. A native of Ohio, Amy studied at Bowling Green University with Herb Spencer and played under legendary bandmaster Mark Kelly. We hear the amazing story of her ...…
 
Dr. Antony Davies: Success and Discomfort Antony Davies is associate professor of economics at Duquesne University. Dr. Davies authors monthly columns on economics and public policy for the Philadelphia Inquirer and U.S. News & World Report, and co-hosts Words and Numbers, a weekly podcast on economics and policy. He has written over 300 op-eds ...…
 
Pianist David Allen Wehr holds the Jack W. Geltz Distinguished Piano Chair at Duquesne University. He introduces the third season of Schubert on the Bluff with guest composer Claude Debussy. The first concert is Tuesday September 26th but the programs continue through April 15th and two will be given in Foxburg Pa for the Allegheny Riverstone A ...…
 
TBJ 67: Denise Tryon, low horn specialist and former member of the Philadelphia Orchestra, joins Andrew & Lance and unpacks following your gut to pursue your dreams. Denise has had an incredible career as member of the New World, Columbus, Baltimore, Detroit, and Philadelphia orchestras and currently teaches full-time at Peabody Conservatory in ...…
 
IWBC President Joanna Hersey joined Andrew & Lance in her second podcast to spend some more time talking about gender issues in brass playing. Fresh off the 25th Anniversary International Women’s Brass Conference, we spent a good amount of time talking about that tremendous organization, from the founding (by Susan Slaughter) in St. Louis in 19 ...…
 
Alabama Horns trumpeter Ken Watters joins Andrew & Lance for a fascinating masterclass in the difference between the Nashville horn sound and the horn lines from Muscle Shoals. Ken currently spends the majority of his time recording with legends like William Hightower, Eddie Floyd, Smash Mouth and Billy Ray Cyrus. He explains how Muscle Shoals ...…
 
Pete Meechan, composer of “Song of Hope”, joins Andrew & Lance to talk about, wait for it, composing! Pete explains how he went from working in the bar at the Royal Northern College of Music to writing pieces which have impacted countless listeners and has allowed him to work with and write for some of the best players and organizations in the ...…
 
Boston Symphony trumpeter Michael Martin joins Andrew & Lance to talk his career as a player, and composer. Michael joined the BSO in 2010 and has had great success there, building on the training which began with his dad (Freddy Martin). We discuss his days at Interlochen and Northwestern, touring with his brother (Chris Martin) and the Chicag ...…
 
WQED-FM’s Luke Campayno sits down with Aeolian Winds oboist and colleague at Duquesne University Amelia Van Howe. The Aeolian Winds will be performing at the Sunday June, 23 Bach, Beethoven and Brunch Concert. Amelia discusses what the wind quintet will be playing, how the group was started, the necessity to play in multiple musical groups, and ...…
 
Epic Low Brass Game of Thrones mastermind Andrew Bove, joins Andrew & Lance to talk about his life as a tuba player and recording engineer. From his parallel life coming up with Andrew Hitz (they met as tuba-longs at Tanglewood and went on to study together with both Rex Martin and Sam Pilafian) to his opportunity to record the brass section of ...…
 
Interested in spies and espionage? Well do we have the episode for you! Come learn about Fritz Joubert Duquesne, a Boer German spy with a knack for terrible pseudonyms.Fire sound effects from - www.freesound.org/people/hansende/sounds/263994/All other sounds made by John or our mouths.
 
In her illumination of Shakespeare through Hegel, Jennifer Ann Bates reads the logic of measure from Hegel alongside Measure for Measure. Bates argues that each text is an initiation into the execution of the logic of measure with a focus on the hangman’s mystery as discussed by Abhorson and Pompey.Jennifer Ann Bates is Professor of Philosophy ...…
 
Mark Houghton, 3rd Horn with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Adjunct Professor of Horn at Duquesne University joins Andrew & Lance in a thoughtful conversation covering both the mental and practical sides of a career playing horn. Since joining the PSO in 2014, Mark explains how well the section clicks and the commonality of approach which helps th ...…
 
In this episode, Judi and Jasa discuss the topic - What is the sacred marriage? What do Alchemy and Astrology reveal about our relationships? They discuss Monogamy and Serial Monogamy, how relationships run their course. All relationships have a Beginning, Middle, and End. This brings up the questions: What happens when the original reason for ...…
 
The International Cather Seminar is scheduled for June 11-17, 2017, at Pittsburgh's Duquesne University. During Cather's ten years in Pittsburgh, she worked as an editor, teacher, reviewer, and freelance writer. As importantly, she collected friends and mixed with all sorts of Pittsburghers. WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham sat down with conductor Yudo ...…
 
Duquesne University withholds diplomas in feud with nursing students
 
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