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A weekly, light-hearted informational program for the dental world, discussing current events, new products and techniques, organized dentistry, and education. Hosted by Dr. Jeff Horowitz and Dr. Chad Duplantis of Catapult Education, listeners will feel more "In the Know" with what's happening behind the scenes in the dental profession.
 
Leaders from all branches of Service exit the military for many different reasons. This podcast is designed to bring leaders from all Services; Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard that have already made the transition to give some insight to transitioning Service Members and Service Members who have already made the transition who are struggling. Through sharing experiences, I am hopeful that my guests can give some knowledge and hope to our transitioning Veterans. I also hope to ...
 
Stuck@Om is a series of conversations about about technology and how it is reshaping our society. Om Malik (a veteran technology writer) sits down and chats with some of the best and the brightest from around the world. The podcasts supplement his writing on his blog, On My Om. (http://om.co)
 
The Compass Podcast documents the lives of artists navigating the waters between art and commerce. What do they do when they feel themselves going to the dark side? How do they find balance when they are creating beautiful things, but not necessarily making their entire living from their art (acting, dance, etc). A space for those conversations with peers about living a creative life. Hosted by actress Leah Walsh.
 
We share stories about craft beer and the people behind it. On this podcast, you'll hear interviews with brewers, brewery owners and other craft beer industry folks telling it like it is in their own words. Born out of a genuine passion for craft beer, BAOS Podcast are Canadian-born with a worldwide perspective. Focused on the beer scenes in North America, Australia and across the globe, we’re a team who travels for the love of craft beer, showcasing the best brews we find and interviewing t ...
 
Internet marketing and branding for doctors and healthcare ... "Healthcare's Prescription for Web & Social." Healthcare digital marketing needs vary and so will our episodes. This podcast augments our content on www.RussandRandy.com. Whether you need help starting a website, developing brand awareness, SEO, reputation-management or starting a Facebook account, Russ and Randy are here to help you. We’ll be publishing episodes of “Tips in 10 with Russ and Randy” regularly to help you understan ...
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
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Timothy Spuck from Associated Universities Inc.(AUI),, joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio, and talks about his involvement with the IDATA Project. The chief component of the project is their new and improved software, AfterGlow Access, that aids individuals without sight by converting astronomical images into soundscapes which can be…
 
Welcome to a special bonus episode of Transmissions. Our guest this episode is musician and writer Jeffrey Silverstein. His new EP of gently cosmic guitar music is called Torii Gates, and he's the head the wonderful It’s So Easy (When You Know What You’re Doing), a tribute to the late cult folk musician Ted Lucas, featuring AD favorites like John A…
 
In the Blind Abilities Studio, Hannah Harriman sits down with Jeff Thompson to talk about her academic and employment journey. From her early days and her Individual Education Plan (IEP) In Grade School to her Individual Plan for Employment (IPE) as she attended the Summer Transition Program, MN State Academy for the Blind and went off to college t…
 
Our guest this week on the show is singer/songwriter John Grant. You might know him from his work with Midlake, the Czars, Sinéad O'Connor or Hercules and Love Affair. His new album is called Boy From Michigan. It's produced by Cate Le Bon and fascinating, Blade Runner synths pulsing underneath incredible melodies and vocal performances. Grant join…
 
Ottawa is Canada's capital city, and in the past few years it has truly become synonymous with craft beer. One of the OG breweries in the city is Bicycle, who kicked things off in 2014 when husband and wife team Fariborz and Laura Behzadi opened up their own space after wanting something of their own to work on together. In this time, they've built…
 
Sitting less than an hour east of Toronto, the Durham region's craft beer scene has been blowing up in the past few years. One brewery that caught our eye was Bowmanville's Chronicle Brewing, with their eclectic, game and fantasy-centric label art, and impeccable and wide-ranging list of beers. We've been fortunate enough to try a few of their beer…
 
Open up your native Music App on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac, MacBook or even on Apple TV, and play a song. Open the mini-player to show the now playing screen and tap on the Lyrics button down near the bottom. With VoiceOver on, you will hear the lyrics just before the singing starts. You can employ Air Play and play the song on your speakers or…
 
Blind Abilities adds to the iPhone101 Catalogue with this short, but informative demonstration of how to navigate your way out of a long list. Have you ever found yourself way, way down in your mail Inbox, processing your email, but when finished, you can’t get back to the top without having to flick through those endless emails, one at a time? How…
 
Our guest this week is Cécile Schott, who records under the name Colleen. Since the early 2000s, she's generated soulful electronic and ambient music, utilizing vintage synths, drum machines, music boxes, and acoustic instruments. Her latest is called The Tunnel and the Clearing. It was recorded in Barcelona during the lockdown and followed a long …
 
From our ~250 podcasts over the years, it feels like the ultimate goal of most brewers is to control the entire process from grain to glass. The team behind Brasserie La Ferme are already living the dream with their property in Shefford, QC, with over 100 acres of land where they grow hops, a variety of cereals, fruits and berries, and they even ha…
 
We say it over and over, but our favourite place on earth is Vermont, and the one thing about this whole pandemic thing that we're missing the most is our regular trips south of the border. Come to think of it, we haven't even had a brewery from VT on the pod - until now. You may remember Episode #129 from the OG series where we hung with the whole…
 
Music is never incidental in a movie made by our guest this week: director, collage artist, and music maker Jim Jarmusch. Music is part of his films’ DNA, a through line running through his characters’ black comedy gags and existential wanderings. There’s no stylistic template—everything from crazed blues to ambient drones have soundtracked Jarmusc…
 
Back in 2014, Elora Brewing Co. opened its doors in a small town northwest of Toronto (Elora, if you didn't guess). Since the beginning, they've been ahead of the curve, producing one of the first readily available (via distribution) NEIPAs back in 2017. We've been fans since we cracked our first bottle of Elora Borealis, their NE Pale Ale, and whi…
 
Learning Ally’s College Success Program coordinator, Abigail Shaw, gives us a history of Learning Ally and dives deep into the College Success Program. Mentor, Rachel Grider, and Mentee, Gabi Mendonca, explain how the College Success Program works from their experience as a Mentor and a college student perspective. You can get all the details on th…
 
Full Transcript Show Summary: Thomas Reid lost his sight back in 2004 and found podcasts as a way back into learning and getting his message out to the world. Coming from the IT sector, Thomas found technology and screen readers as a way back to the workplace and never looked back. He now host the Reid My Mind Podcast, is a Voice Artist and an advo…
 
In the last episode of series 3, Tonia is joined by Dan Lewis-Jones who talks about role models, his experiences with bereavement, LGBTQ and how we should all be ourselves and embrace our uniqueness. **This episode comes with several trigger warnings** The Student Sessions which was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 40 Student Podcasts on the …
 
Guitarist, songwriter, and producer Sarah Louise joins us this week on the show to discuss her new album, Earth Bow. Though Louise is known for her 12-string folks fantasias, her work is wide ranging, evoking the soundscapes of Robert Fripp and the interlocked rhythms of electronic pop. Reviewing the album for AD, Josh Moss writes that while "Louis…
 
This whole virtual podcast thing has really opened up the world for us, allowing us to share a beer with people we otherwise may not have been able to. Recently we connected with Will of Tribus Brewing in Milford, Connecticut, and we were immediately taken by their quality photography, slick social and delicious-sounding beers. So of course, we wer…
 
Today Tonia is chatting with the inspirational Duro Oye. Duro is the CEO of 2020 Change a multi-award-winning social enterprise leading the way to a more diverse and inclusive workforce in the UK. Through training programmes, mentorship, and career support they empower young black professionals to flourish in the workplace. Their commitment to exce…
 
Full Transcript Show Summary: It was a typical day for Robert Tarango, working in the kitchen of the Helen Keller National Center. That is until his boss summoned him to another building on the center’s campus. Not given any further information, Robert imagined a host of mostly ominous reasons for the sudden meeting. The last thing he considered wa…
 
This is a "DO NOT MISS!" if the thought of advertising in Dental practice is a confusing one, John Cassidy, marking expert, consultant, and friend to Dr. Horowitz, will share some incredible thoughts on the dental industry and how we can all be more effective marketers while removing the "taboo" from this topic.…
 
Actor and creator Damian Jermaine Thompson shares his experiences with the dark side, community, virtual teaching, overcoming adversity, joining the Actors Equity Association Council in hopes of fighting for our community of artists, Check out his short film BLACK? on youtube now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Welcome back. Our guest this week on the show is Wadada Leo Smith, trumpeter, music theorist, and composer. Over his many years, he’s pioneered his own musical notation system, helped popularize and contextualize Miles Davis’s electric period, and has played with a wide set of collaborators including Bill Frisell, Pauline Oliveros, John Zorn, Vijay…
 
Keeping it local is often a tenet that craft beer lays heavily on, and not many live it like Avling. Founder Max Meighen worked in both kitchens and brewhouses around the world, and he brought that experimental, palate-driven ethos to his business. Head Brewer Brandon Judd studied in Germany and has worked for many incredible breweries in Toronto, …
 
Serina, Raqi and Jeff are all doble jabbed and on their way for full vaccination. And the crew went deep into some topics, deep into the weeds as they say. Marlon joins Jeff to bring Audio Drama to life on the Blind Abilities show. Here is a chronological list of the topics we dug into and we hope you enjoy! We 3 got our 2 shots each, but separatel…
 
Today Tonia is talking to the inspirational Charlotte Hyde, Sharon Northey and Lisa Slade from Accenture about their journeys through life. Inspirations comes in many forms and these three ladies are certainly inspirational. The Student Sessions which was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 40 Student Podcasts on the web, congratulations to us.…
 
Reach out to the Positive Recovery Center www.dismantled.life anthony@dismantled.life Twitter @Lifedismantled Follow me and the show on Instagram for a daily dose of fun and motivation in recovery Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Dismantledlife)By Anthony Capozzoli
 
While we typically focus on the breweries themselves on the pod, it's always fascinating to chat with the people who help drive the industry forward. Specialty beer stores are the primary way that craft beer drinkers in Quebec obtain their sweet, sweet liquid, and they have a holistic understanding of the consumer that even the breweries may not ha…
 
Tonia is joined by super star George Imafidon, who shares his story of overcoming challenges and setbacks, but pursuing his passions and using his experiences to support other young people. George shares his positive outlook on life and encourages us all to show vulnerabilities and seek support. The Student Sessions which was selected by Feedspot a…
 
Our guest this week is guitarist and songwriter Richard Thompson. One of the founding fathers of British folk rock, he's the author of a new book, Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice (1967-1975). It chronicles the early days of his band, Fairport Convention, the launch of his solo career, run-ins with Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, a lost jam s…
 
Cottage country is an unassuming place for craft beer. Muskoka is a region where city folk go to relax and unwind, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery Canada has to offer, and the last thing you'd expect is to find fire craft beer. Opening their doors to the public only a couple of years ago, Canvas Brewing has been knocking out qualit…
 
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