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Rooted is a faith - based conversation with the Huntington Community. This is the official site for the podcast Rooted presented by Forester Radio. Forester Radio is located at Huntington University in Huntington, IN. Check out Forester Radio in Huntington County on 105.5 WQHU or foresterradio.com. As always...stay rooted HU.
 
Learn all about investing in real estate in Huntington Beach, California with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Huntington Beach plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Huntington Beach).
 
Experts in the literature, history, geography, and archaeology of 16th- and 17th-century Britain examine four key geographic sites—body, house, neighborhood, and region—to illuminate the important spatial structures and concepts that define the early modern engagement with the world. The conference was held at The Huntington on Oct. 14–15, 2016.
 
A tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your game. Our mission is to help bring the tennis community together and help grow the sport. Host Phillip Kim is the Tennis Pro at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, CA and Director of Tennis for the City of Azusa, CA. Our global Fan Favorite reporters share their passion for their favorite players and our reviews and giveaways help you d ...
 
This conference explores the shadowy realms of the Atlantic that connected four continents but also disrupted its various imperial structures. The participants will investigate important historical and historiographical questions about the nature of unlawful exchanges and the relationship between settler-colonists, pirates, and smugglers in the creation of “illicit Atlantic worlds” beyond state control.
 
This interdisciplinary conference takes the recent popularity of the historical novel as a starting point to explore the relationship between history and fiction. The plenary speaker, Booker Prize-winning author Hilary Mantel (“Wolf Hall”), will appear in conversation with Mary Robertson, former Huntington chief curator of British historical manuscripts. The conference was held at The Huntington May 12–13, 2017.
 
What are “religious affections” and how have they influenced individuals, communities, and cultures? Leading experts in history, literature, and religious studies explore how religion shaped the roots, limits, and consequences of affections in the diverse terrain of early America. The conference was held at The Huntington Jan. 27–28, 2017.
 
Real Faith | Real Change Praise Chapel Las Vegas was launched out of the PC Huntington Park Fellowship back in September of 2001. Since then, Pastors Art & Maria Corral have been in the east Las Vegas area preaching the Word of God and winning the lost, building them to follow after Jesus Christ, and encouraging them to go out and preach to the city of Las Vegas! Here at PCLV, we believe in real faith for real change! Join us for our Sunday Celebrations at 11am and our Wednesday Night Plug-I ...
 
In 2013, Loren and Frances Rothschild donated their Evelyn Waugh archive to The Huntington. Now, their gift is celebrated in a symposium which brings together researchers, editors, and archival practitioners to explore the biographical and disciplinary significance of the new holdings. The symposium is a collaboration between The Huntington, the Evelyn Waugh Society, and the UK-based Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh project. The conference was held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
 
Bringing together international leaders in the field of medieval studies, this conference focuses interdisciplinary attention on the recent resurgence of interest in fifteenth-century texts and manuscripts and reshapes the dialogue about this decisive moment in English literary history. This conference was funded by The Huntington's Dorothy Collins Brown Endowment and The Center for Ideas and Society, University of California, Riverside.
 
Featured on CNN, MarieForleo.com, HIV Plus Magazine, The Gay HotSpot, and the cover of Positively Aware—my work as a mindfulness teacher embraces creativity, watercolors, and music from my piano. I earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Utah in 2003, and a Bachelor of Science from Brigham Young University (1999). During migration from a basement office (with no windows) at Salt Lake Community College’s Health & Wellness Services, I resigned from the traditional clinical ...
 
The Order of the Holy Cross is an Anglican Benedictine monastic community of men founded in 1884 by James Otis Sargent Huntington to provide a specifically North American expression of monasticism. Our commitment to worship and prayer has sustained our work since the 19th century. Our primary ministry is welcoming guests on individual and group retreats. Continue Community: https://www.facebook.com/holy.cross.west.park/See What We're Doing: https://www.instagram.com/holycross.westpark/Guest ...
 
Recent scholarship on portraiture has become increasingly interested in its status as an interactive art form. Portraits often depict or invite an interactive relationship between sitters and spectators. In this conference, co-organized with the Yale Center for British Art, speakers explore this topic in relationship to British portraiture, of which The Huntington has an especially rich collection.
 
After a year-long closure and a $6.8 million renovation, the historic Japanese Garden is set to reopen to the public on April 11, 2012, marking its centennial as one of the most beloved and iconic landscapes at The Huntington. Completed in 1912, it has attracted more than 20 million visitors since the institution opened to the public in 1928.The renovation project included the restoration of the Japanese House, a structure built in Japan around 1904. In these videos, members of the restorati ...
 
With the 2006 acquisition of the Burndy Library (a collection of nearly 70,000 items), The Huntington became one the top institutions in the world for the study of the history of science and technology. In November 2008, The Huntington opened Dibner Hall of the History of Science, which features the permanent exhibition “Beautiful Science: Ideas that Change the World.” It includes galleries devoted to astronomy, natural history, medicine, and light. In lectures and interviews, curators and s ...
 
The Huntington’s early American historical collections are important resources for the study of the Colonial and Revolutionary periods, the drafting of the Constitution, and the Civil War. Among the holdings are hundreds of autograph letters written by George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, as well as the manuscript of Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. The Huntington can also claim the largest collection of autograph manuscripts of Abraham Lincoln west of Illinois. In conferences, seminars ...
 
The Huntington Library’s collection includes printed books from the 15th century to the present. Among its treasures are a copy of Johann Gutenberg’s Bible and the first folio edition of William Shakespeare’s collected plays, published in 1623. In lectures and interviews curators and visiting scholars discuss topics such as book collecting, printing, and the formation of great libraries.
 
The early modern era describes the period in Europe and the Americas between 1450 and 1850. The Huntington collections are particularly strong in Renaissance exploration and cartography, English politics and law in the early modern era, the English aristocracy from the later Middle Ages through the 18th century, and 18th-century British and American military history. The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute supports advanced research and scholarship on human societies of this era, s ...
 
Inspired by the award-winning speculative fiction author Octavia E. Butler (1947–2006), leading experts in the field will explore the expansive ways Butler’s writing, research, and life foster deeper understanding of the past, present, and possible futures. The conference was held at The Huntington June 23, 2017.
 
Featuring twelve leading experts in the literary, philosophical, and scientific culture of seventeenth-century England, this conference focuses on the works and worlds of Sir Thomas Browne, the physician, essayist, and naturalist who was one of the era’s most eloquent and idiosyncratic interpreters of the book of nature.
 
Coinciding with the Huntington Library's exhibition in recognition of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Father Junípero Serra, this conference brings together an international group of scholars to explore larger contexts within which Serra lived and the various ways he has been represented in California and beyond.
 
Jointly presented by The Huntington and Carnegie Observatories, this conference marks the centennial of the completion of the 100-inch Hooker telescope on Mount Wilson, which saw “first light” in November 1917 and heralded the dawn of modern astronomy. Historians, scientists, and others explore the influence of big telescopes, the significance of discoveries at Mount Wilson, the gendered nature of astronomy, and other related issues in the history of Southern California as an arena for space ...
 
This conference explores the dynamics of local, national, and trans-Atlantic political culture with particular reference to political communication. Experts in the field survey how connections were forged between politics in London and politics in the localities. The conference was hled at The Huntington from May 20–21, 2016.
 
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Degenerative Disease Special Interest Group (DDSIG) is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The DDSIG is comprised of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students in physical therapy programs that have an interest in neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotropic lateral sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, and others. The DDSIG provides a forum to discuss advances in pr ...
 
This conference addresses important changes in the representation of crime, litigation, and justice in Britain over the period 1660-1850, and particularly the constitution of public opinion about justice by "performances" which touched the emotions. The principal objective is to encourage a second wave of historical studies relating to the "theatre" of justice in this period; one that builds upon earlier work by transcending the boundary between courtrooms and the public gaze and recognizing ...
 
Western Edition -- a new podcast from Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West and hosted by its director William Deverell, historian of the American West -- seeks to engage Angelenos, Californians, and Westerners as critical thinkers, conscious consumers, and informed community members. The podcast tells the fascinating stories of the people and communities of our region, connecting the past to the present, and demonstrating the tightly woven fabric of history. The first season, ...
 
This two-time author of the Law of Attraction Workbook and the motivational book Living Gratitude, Matt O’Grady welcomes you to join him on his podcast show where he teaches his clients how to live happier, more successful and gratitude filled lives. He is a former co-host on the Matt and Phil LOA Show which aired for four years. Matt is also a co-founder of a non-profit organization, Soul Brothers, that supports adults and children in need. A Psychology graduate from Hofstra University, Mat ...
 
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On this episode, made for past & present residents of the Huntington Tri-State area, HTS Time Machine host W.G. Bunch and HTS native Allison Enslow Neal talk about what they missed most after leaving the Huntington Tri-State area for college. How do people in St. Bart's know about Huntington hot dogs? What is on Allison's must-do list for her retur…
 
In this episode of Rooted, Travis Farthing sits down with Forester Radio student station manager Melissa Farthing to talk about her responsibilities at Forester Radio, how she deals with technical glitches, and her advice for those interested in trying something new. This season on Rooted, join HU radio students as they interview HU student leaders…
 
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The Nomad™ real estate investing strategy has you buying properties as an owner-occupant, living in them for at least a year… to fulfil your obligations to the lender for getting a low/nothing down loan with better interest rates… then converting them to a rental and moving into a new property. Repeat this until you have the number of rental proper…
 
Learn more about modeling your real estate investing strategy in CityName using a variety of different rules in the Real Estate Financial Planner™ software. Watch the video version of this class: https://realestatefinancialplanner.com/modeling-your-real-estate-investments-rules-overview/ Resources Mentioned In Class Real Estate Financial Planner™ S…
 
In this episode of 4D, we talk with Dr. Nora Fritz about her expansive research in the field of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) rehabilitation. Dr. Fritz talks with host Katy McGraw about her research on the relationship between backward walking velocity and falls, and the effects of cerebellar involvement on the motor and cognitive function in people with…
 
You can purchase a property in Huntington Beach, California using an FHA loan with just 3.5% down. Heck, sometimes you can even get down payment assistance to help with the 3.5% down payment. But there are other loans with lower down payment options. However, when you put less than 20% down, FHA loans require you buy insurance to protect the lender…
 
In this episode of Rooted, Bennett Schomber chats with Callie McKeown about the three different leadership positions she has held on campus. Listen in as they discuss learning to ask for help, how her faith has shaped her disciplinary style, and how she reacts when things go wrong. This season on Rooted, join HU radio students as they interview HU …
 
In this episode of Rooted, Josh Thomas is joined by Resident Assistant Micah McFadden. Join them as they talk about film production, the unique culture of Baker Second, and what it means to be a servant leader. This season on Rooted, join HU radio students as they interview HU student leaders from different areas across campus. Hear their inspiring…
 
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How does it feel to be there in London at the Laver Cup watching Roger Federer's farewell tournament after years of following him throughout his tennis career? Our own Valerie Garcia shares her life changing experience visiting the 02 arena and the happenstance of buying the only ticket for the Friday event. Hear her thoughts as only someone in the…
 
Viral Mindfulness provides spiritual resources and tools to help on your path. In this 10-minute guided meditation you'll be invited to "experience all the textures of the roadway." Inspired by the words of Chögyam Trungpa (Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior)."Our life is an endless journey; it is like a broad highway that extends infinitely…
 
Huntington Tri-State Time Machine host & vintage toy enthusiast W.G. Bunch is your guide for this nostalgic trip to three Huntington Tri-State department stores from yesteryear. W.G. and special guest Allison Enslow Neal remember what made each store unique. Did Barbie have a secret crush on G.I. Joe? Are American Girl Dolls weird or wonderful? How…
 
In this episode of Rooted, Elias Collier sits down for a conversation with Resident Assistant Denali Kern. Join them as they talk about getting to know others, growing as a leader, and the impact Denali's role model has had on her leadership style. This season on Rooted, join HU radio students as they interview HU student leaders from different are…
 
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