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NBA scores, stats, standings and moves are fodder for hot takes on The Crossover with Chris Mannix and Howard Beck. Get into every NBA playoffs battle, free agent frenzy, draft dilemma and trade rumor. Plus hear the most in-depth and interesting interviews from SI's NBA insiders with unparalleled access.
 
This podcast features candid conversations with NBA players, executives, coaches, reporters and celebrities who love hoops. Alex gives listeners an inside look at life in the NBA and discusses the latest storylines, rumors and trends from around the league. New episodes drop every Monday! The Alex Kennedy Podcast is part of the BasketballNews.com Podcast Network.
 
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Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

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Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Joan Halifax | Zen Buddhist Teacher Upaya Abbot

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The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
 
Hello Killers, Queens, and everybody in between! Get Out The House is a comedic podcast where your hosts Ash, Zannie, and Nick discuss horror movies through a racial lens, specifically asking why white people do what they do in horror movies. The catch? Nick, our resident white person, is tasked with defending each of those white characters' decisions. So lock those doors, bolt those windows, light a candle and join us on this hilarious and terrifying journey. Cover-art by Calvin Gallion III ...
 
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(0:00-22:51) Dan opens the show on a Thursday talking about the Indianapolis Colts, Frank Reich and running the football. Is Frank Reich listening to what the fans have to say? Coach takes a couple of calls from listeners about Reich before touching on Marcus Freeman, the assumed to be next head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Dan rounds ou…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (0:00-20:20) Dan is joined by the voice of the Colts, Matt Taylor, to talk about the play calling and what happened against the Buccaneers. Matt and Dan talk about context of the 26 runs, reading the game and having a combination of both run and pass plays. Taylor points out the number of other mistakes the Colts made on S…
 
In part 3 of this daylong with Roshi Norman Fischer, he takes on questions from the audience. Roshi Norman Fischer Zoketsu Norman Fischer is a poet and Zen Buddhist priest. For many years he has taught at the San Francisco Zen Center, the oldest and largest of the new Buddhist organizations in the West,... More…
 
(00:00-23:55) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Hump Day by stating that Purdue basketball is in fact the most complete team in all of college basketball, what his current issue with Indiana basketball, and wonders if Indiana has a true point guard. (23:55-33:50) – Dan continues his conversation about Indiana’s loss against Syracuse last night, u…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-25:32) – Our guy from ESPN in Seth Greenberg makes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show to break down why the guards will hold back Indiana, why Purdue is the most complete team is all of college basketball, and takes a look at some of the top games in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge tonight. (25:32-41:03) – Ohio State …
 
In the second part of the morning session, Roshi Norman asks us to speak with a partner about our sense-experience of time. For this shorter session, there is a discussion with the audience. Roshi Norman Fischer Zoketsu Norman Fischer is a poet and Zen Buddhist priest. For many years he has taught at the San Francisco Zen Center, the oldest and lar…
 
(00:00-25:18) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Tuesday discussing the decision making of Frank Reich to begin the second half, starts questioning why nobody is discussing how the Colts have blown three 10 point leads this season, and takes calls from listeners as to whether or not they feel lucky to have Frank Reich. (25:18-38:03) – Dan picks up…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-25:18) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Tuesday discussing the decision making of Frank Reich to begin the second half, starts questioning why nobody is discussing how the Colts have blown three 10 point leads this season, and takes calls from listeners as to whether or not they feel lucky to have Frank Reich (25…
 
When you Greet Me I Bow, Roshi Norman Fischer’s latest book came about differently from his past writing endeavors. For Norman, and his editor, the past four decades of writing can be condensed into four main themes: A) Relationships; B) Buddhist Emptiness teachings; C) Culture & its Shapings, and D) Engagement. Continuing from his Wednesday night …
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the news of Houston Rockets and John Wall finally engaging in talks over whether or not he will play this season, why Lakers coach Frank Vogel isn't to blame for his teams biggest struggles this season after calls for his fire began to be heard, the news of Knicks guard and recent offseason signee Kemba Walker being removed …
 
Alex Kenndy is joined by Dan Grunfeld, a former professional basketball player and author of the new book "By the Grace of the Game." The book is about Dan's father, Ernie Grunfeld, who is a former NBA player and GM. Ernie is the only player in NBA history whose parents survived the Holocaust, and the book explores his unprecedented journey. Order …
 
Alex Kennedy is joined by San Antonio Spurs forward Thaddeus Young. The 15-year NBA veteran talks about being blindsided by the Bulls-Spurs trade, his current role in San Antonio, his name surfacing in trade rumors once again, Dejounte Murray's breakout season, the key to longevity in the NBA, winning the NBA's Hustle Award, that famous graphic abo…
 
(00:00-23:47) – We’re back from the holiday weekend as Dan opens up on the Colts loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dan hammers on the idea that the Colts went to the passing game so often, 26 consecutive times in fact, instead of utilizing Jonathan Taylor. Dan also stresses how rough the game plan was from Coach Frank Reich as a whole. (23:48-34:21…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-09:10) – The voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer stops by to recap the disappointing football season from the IU and the recent changes that have been made. Also, Don gives us a preview of the Big Ten / ACC Challenge that finds IU hoops battling Syracuse tomorrow. (09:11-32:33) – Our favorite the great Sean Salisbury …
 
Ruth Ozeki introduces us to her new novel, The Book of Form and Emptiness” based on the question and her own investigation “Do insentient beings speak the Dharma?” She reads to us from the beginning of her novel and invites us into her writing process as a writer and a zen practitioner. Ruth Ozeki Ruth Ozeki is a novelist, filmmaker, and Zen Buddhi…
 
Renowned professor of law and mindfulness teacher, Rhonda Magee, speaks to our task today to heal all separations. ‘The separation from our body to this planet, the separation from each other, elitism, borders, fascism, etc.’ We need to heal ourselves so that we can hold ourselves accountable. ‘The courts are not going to save us.’ By bringing inte…
 
On the Friday edition, Howard Beck welcomes Dan Grunfeld – the son of former NBA veteran Ernie Grunfeld -- to discuss his new book “By the Grace of the Game: The Holocaust, a Basketball Legacy and an Unprecedented American Dream.” The book tells the story of how Ernie Grunfeld’s parents survived the Holocaust and settled in the U.S., and the values…
 
In this powerful talk, Sensei and Climate Scientist Kritee Kanko begins by underscoring the importance of addressing trauma for activism. To hear each other we need to be in our comfort zones. ‘Our communities need to have the skills to face and compost trauma… for communities of color, the climate crisis is another layer of threat…lack of action i…
 
(00:00-20:49) – Our final show before Thanksgiving opens with Dan talking about Tom Brady’s play last night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Also, Dan weighs in on Paul Rudd winning People’s sexiest man alive when he feels Tom Brady should have won it. Plus, Dan talks on the Pacers convincing win over the Chicago Bulls this weekend. (20:50-33:32) …
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-08:13) – It’s time for All Day or No Way as Dan and Jimmy discuss the Colts playoff chances, Jonathan Taylor, Lions Bears, and Thanksgiving food hot topics. (08:14-16:25) – Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to give us the rundown of Feast Week in college hoops. Also, Dan and Seth discuss the impact of NIL so far on co…
 
Alex Kennedy is joined by Joe Abunassar, an NBA trainer and the founder of Impact Basketball. Abunassar has trained many stars such as Kevin Garnett, Chauncey Billups, Kawhi Leonard, Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan. He discusses the evolution of player development, his offseason work with various players (including Lowry, DeRozan and Tyrese Haliburton…
 
(00:00-23:20) – Tuesday’s show begins with Dan talking about Tom Brady’s play last night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Also, Dan weighs in on Paul Rudd winning People’s sexiest man alive when he feels Tom Brady should have won it. Plus, Dan talks on the Pacers convincing win over the Chicago Bulls this weekend. (23:21-31:15) – We return from br…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-15:58) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to look back at the Colts win over the Bills and where it ranks for the Frank Reich/Chris Ballard Era. Plus, Chapp evaluates the Colts chances against Tom Brady and Tampa Bay this weekend. Also, the candidacy of Jonathan Taylor as an MVP is discussed. (15:…
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the fallout and suspensions from Sunday's near brawl between the Lakers and Pistons and why the Christmas deadline to start worrying about L.A. might need to be moved up a bit. We also discuss why Luke Walton's dismissal as head coach of the Kings is just the start of major moves needed to made by Sacramento before they can …
 
In the second talk of the morning session, Dekila Chungyalpa, Director of the Loka Initiative at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, differentiates between eco-anxiety, and solastalgia. She speaks about her work in the Loka Initiative, empowering faith leaders from around the world to take environmental action. She ends her talk by encouraging us …
 
(00:00-21:27) – Monday’s show starts with Dan celebrating the Colts dominance over the Buffalo Bills and crowning them the best team in the NFL. Also, Dan reflects on Jonathan Taylor’s epic 5 touchdown performance in yesterday’s win. Dan also weighs in on the altercation last night between LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart. (21:28-30:49) – The Voice …
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-08:59) – The Voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer stops by to take us through IU football’s loss to Minnesota over the weekend and recap IU basketball’s wins over St. John’s and LA-Lafayette. Plus, a look ahead to IUBB’s games against Jackson State and Marshall later this week. (09:00-31:26) – The awesome Sean Salisbur…
 
The first talk of the Social & Environmental Justice day long at Upaya, ‘recovering politician’ Heather Mcteer Toney, points to the critical role of identity in climate solutions. Because of this nation’s history, Communities’ of Color’s mistrust has left them out of participating in local and national climate solutions. In response, she recommends…
 
(00:00-22:46) – Friday’s show begins with Dan sharing his displeasure in the play of the Pacers as of wait and why he feels it’s not going to get any better for then. Dan also talks on the arrest of Zac Stacy following a horrific video showing him abusing his ex. Plus, a look ahead to Colts-Bills and the rest of today’s show. (22:47-37:17) – WIBC’s…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-14:29) – WIBC’s Jason Hammer of Hammer and Nigel stops by to receive yet another victory beer from Dan following another victory in their weekly beer bets. Dan and Hammer quickly decided what their next beer bet will be. Also, Hammer hands out his best bets for the sports weekend. (14:30-39:40) – Friend of the show …
 
On a jam-packed Friday edition, Grant Hill discusses the rapid rise of his Atlanta Hawks, his new role leading USA Basketball and his exclusion from the NBA’s 75th anniversary team. Then, Paul “The Truth” Pierce stops by with some insights on the Robert Sarver situation in Phoenix. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwor…
 
(00:00-24:46) – Thursday’s show opens with Dan reacting to the Hoosiers win over St. John’s last night in the Gavitt Games and sharing his thoughts on the first episode of Colts Hard Knocks on HBO. Additionally, Dan reacts to the IU student section chanting “sloppy seconds” at a St. John’s Stef Smith. (24:47-33:53) – Dan brings us back from break b…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-13:55) – The head coach of the Michigan State Spartans hall of famer Tom Izzo joins to take us through their domination of Butler last night. Coach Izzo also talks on the improvements on defense for his club and where his outlook is for the Spartans this season. (13:56-25:28) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor jum…
 
(00:00-25:12) – Wednesday’s show begins with Dan sharing some news stories for a What the Hell Wednesday? Later, Dan looks ahead to tonight’s college basketball slate, specifically the Gavitt Games, and recaps some of the upsets that occurred last night. (25:13-32:08) – Dan interacts with the YouTube chat and evaluates the play of Purdue last night…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-29:07) – The great Frank Isola stops by the program to give us his thoughts on early season play of the NBA. Plus, Frank talks on a new book he wrote about the legend Charles Oakley. Also, Frank evaluates the state of the Pacers and answers some NBA hot takes that Dan throws at him. Later, we talk a little bit on th…
 
(00:00-23:12) – Dan opens Tuesday’s show by briefly looking at the 49ers dominance over the Rams last night. Then, Dan reacts to the Pacers’ and Myles Turner’s dismal performance at MSG against the Knicks last night. Later, the head coach of Indiana football Tom Allen joins to reflect on the struggles for the Hoosiers this season and their disappoi…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-07:21) – The head coach of Indiana football Tom Allen joins to reflect on the struggles for the Hoosiers this season and their disappointing loss to Rutgers at home over the weekend. Coach also talks on the upcoming final home game for this group of seniors when they host Minnesota on Saturday. (07:22-19:33) – The t…
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the latest in the Ben Simmons holdout drama after his agent, Rich Paul, challenged the Sixers in comments made to The Athletic. We also break down the Wizards early season success with their new offseason additions, if the surprising steps forward taken by the Cavaliers so far signals a potential trade down the road to take …
 
(00:00-20:45) – The show opens on a Victory Monday with Dan looking back at the Colts win over the Jaguars. Dan also examines the play of Trevor Lawrence and whether he was worthy of a 1st Round Pick. Later, we examine the AFC Playoff Picture and the Colts outlook for getting into a Wild Card sport. (20:46-32:23) – The Voice of the Hoosiers Don Fis…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-11:19) – The Voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer joins to take us through the 1st two games of the Coach Mike Woodson Era of Indiana Basketball. Also, Dan and Don discuss the struggles of Indiana football this year. (11:20-34:24) – Our friend Sean Salisbury stops by to look back at Week 10 in the NFL, including the Co…
 
Self-hate is a particularly modern, western phenomenon. Buddhist literature up until the 21st century lacks any notion of self-compassion. Why is that? Compassion garners a large role with the advent of the Mahayana movement, in its capacity to liberate us from the second veil of ignorance, the distinction between self and other, self and world. Go…
 
(00:00-22:41) – Friday’s show opens with Dan announcing that he is officially back on Twitter. Plus, the head coach of Andrean volleyball Grant Bell joins the program to celebrate the team’s state championship! Also, we talk a little bit on the Dolphins upset of the Ravens last night and examine why the Colts can’t beat good teams like that. (22:42…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-15:04) – WIBC’s Jason Hammer of Hammer and Nigel stops by to receive another package of beer from Dan following another beer bet win. Hammer also hands out his best bets for the entire sports weekend and Dan and Hammer make another beer bet. (15:05-34:05) – The Fan’s own Kevin Bowen of Kevin and Qwery jumps in to gi…
 
On the Friday edition, Howard Beck welcomes the filmmakers behind “Kevin Garnett: Anything is Possible,” the two-hour film premiering Nov. 12 on Showtime. Co-director Eric Newman and executive producer Brian Dailey share some of their favorite behind-the-scenes moments with KG and the challenges of filming during a pandemic Learn more about your ad…
 
(00:00-24:39) – Thursday’s show opens with Dan thanking all those that have served our country as he celebrates Veteran’s Day. Dan also calls out his generation for not raising tougher kids and calling on a lack of a mandatory draft. Plus, Dan reflects on the Pacers loss to the short-handed Nuggets last night. Later, Dan talks on a tweet from LeBro…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-14:06) – The voice of the Colts Matt Taylor stops by to discuss the recent dominance of Jonathan Taylor and the balance that Nyheim Hines brings to the Colts rushing attack. Plus, Matt and Dan look ahead to Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. (14:07-23:22) – JP Shadrick of the Jaguars Radio Network stops by to take …
 
(00:00-24:37) – Wednesday’s show begins with Dan recapping opening night in college hoops including the play of Indiana vs Eastern Michigan and Purdue’s dominance over Bellarmine. Dan also stress the importance of coaches not folding to the demands of 18-22 year olds and players focusing on winning more than video blogs. Later, Dan evaluates a vide…
 
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-21:04) – The talented Seth Greenberg of ESPN joins the show to look back at opening night in college hoops. Seth evaluates Duke’s dominance of Kentucky, Purdue’s blow out of Bellarmine, and the percentage of talented upperclassmen at programs across the country. Plus, Dan and Seth discuss the start of the legend Coa…
 
Mannix and Beck get into the latest on Suns owner Robert Sarver after last week's bombshell piece by ESPN, the news surrounding Portland GM Neil Oshey and the allegations that he fostered a toxic work environment, and the level of concern some teams should be feeling after the first ten games Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpo…
 
In this Wednesday night Dharma Talk, Dr. Richard Schwartz starts us off by orienting the audience with the fundamentals of Internal Family Systems. He further expands, by suggesting that we can only be compassionate with others if we learn how to be calm, curious, and compassionate with our internal parts. He ends the discussion with a small practi…
 
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