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Let's take your wedding or event to a new height by raising the industry standards. Learn insider secrets, tips, tricks and hear stories from real events. Break the molds of cookie cutter weddings! Your host, Kevin Snow, is a wedding and special event DJ located in Columbia, SC. He is the founder of Inspire Your Event and EventsBySnow.com Follow him on Instagram: events_by_snow
Podcast of policy and book forums, Capitol Hill briefings and other events from the Cato Institute See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History. Produced by Panoply, the podcast network from Slate, the 10-episode narrative podcast series explores events in the past that have been overlooked or misunderstood.
For over 6 years, Brian G. Murphy and Fr. Shannon TL Kearns have shared an LGBTQ perspective on a different Bible passage each week. Most weeks, the show covers a passage from the upcoming Sunday's lectionary but also occasionally covers current event, special themes, and important events like Coming Out Day or Transgender Day of Remembrance. Join tens of thousands of listeners from around the world for the Bible, every week, queered.
Listen in for updates on the Middle and East Tennessee chapters of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA). We interview your fellow ditch-digging contractor members, the associate members who help make our work possible, and special guests from around the industry. We also provide board meeting follow ups, special event highlights, and anything else that will help you "keep digging Tennessee!"
This podcast features weekly audio messages, special speakers, and special event audio at Pacific Hills Calvary Chapel.
For CiTR’s special programming blocks, off-site broadcasts live from the field, and everything else that can’t fit under the hood of a single show, check out CiTR’s Special Broadcast Page!
Founder Liz Bacelar as she tells her story, talks about global tech trends and introduces three startups currently innovating fashion e-commerce. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Because everyone has a story. Spontaneous, illuminating, electrifying, inspiring, Story Story Night is a live storytelling phenomenon that provides a forum and a format for Boise and beyond to share real experiences on stage and without notes. The nonprofit program presents a soul-stirring, all-ages flagship season. As well as Story Story Late-Night, the positively shameless, adults-only black sheep arm of the storytelling family. Plus Starry Story Night, a special event highlighting the con ...
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Olivier award winning actress Celia Imrie discusses both her latest film, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and her debut novel, Not Quite Nice. Hosted by Claire Bueno at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Foley Marra Studios is a creative collaboration of performers in Los Angeles. We produce films and podcasts, including Quiet Please (2020).This channel will host our special event programming.
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Your front-row seat for compelling panel audio and special event recordings from the world of options. In addition to free audio from leading options conferences, you will also have access to special recordings, roundtables and other exclusive Options Insider events. So if you missed a recent options conference, or if you simply cannot afford to attend the numerous events around the country, The Options Insider has you covered. Let our Options Insider Special Events program give you a front- ...
Join us for a discussion with Jermaine Paul, winner of this year’s "The Voice."
Stephen Fry and Will Gompertz discuss the Penguin YourFry project. Using text, audio and images from Stephen’s books The Fry Chronicles and More Fool Me, a global audience were challenged with reinterpreting his work in a myriad of bold and innovative ways. Hosted by Will Gompertz at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Two Dots is an award-winning game set to a uniquely vibrant soundtrack. Listen as in-house composers and sound designers Ross Wariner and Cody Uhler— play Two Dots as they lead a live eight-piece band through the game's musical sequence.
Olympic Sailors Ben Ainslie, Paul Goodison, Nick Dempsey, and Lucy and Kate Macgregor discuss their passion for sailing at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London. Discover how they motivate themselves, and how they approach competition.
Mary McCartney discusses the release of Linda McCartney – Life in Photographs with Dylan Jones at a special event for the iBookstore. With over 170 images, the book features Linda's early rock'n'roll portraits and final years with The Beatles to her touring days with Wings and raising four children with Paul.
Bear Grylls has climbed Mount Everest, served in the Special Forces and been named the UK's Chief Scout. At the Apple Store, Regent Street he talked about his adventures, shared some of his survival knowledge and gave us a look at his new app, The Bear Essentials.
Hear the Grammy Award-winning Juilliard String Quartet perform live and hear a demo of their innovative new app at this event celebrating their 70th season.
This podcast contains an archive of past events from conferences, women's and men's events. and more that have been hosted by the Redeemer Collective of Churches located in Stanislaus County, California.
CEO & Founder of ASAP54 Daniela Cecilio, CEO at farfetch.com, Jose Neves, Editor of Glamour Magazine, Jo Elvin and co founder of lastminute.com & Made.com, Brent Hoberman, discuss the growth of fashion in the social media space at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion brings you special events Coverage! From the Oscars, Emmys, and Golden Globes; to one time events and mini series; subscribe here to stay up to date with all your Event-based pop culture needs!
Join creators Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, acclaimed author Neil Gaiman, and actors Ian McShane, Yetide Badaki and Ricky Whittle as they discuss American Gods. The series—based on Gaiman's novel of the same name—follows Shadow Moon (Whittle) as he deals with his wife's death and his new job as the mysterious Mr. Wednesday's bodyguard.
iPhone photography experts from Highsnobiety show you how to capture NYC and share editing techniques that turn your photos into amazing images.
Find web only specials, breaking news, updates from program hosts and LCMS Synod leaders, and everything else you need to stay informed.
Hear culinary queen Nigella Lawson, author of best-selling titles including How to be a Domestic Goddess and Nigella Express, explain how to cook truly delicious food - quickly and easily - and how to use her new app, Nigella Quick Collection.
Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman, hosts of the runaway hit BBC One quiz show Pointless, discuss the series and their new book The Very Pointless Quiz Book which lets you put your knowledge to the test and battle it out against your friends and family for Pointless glory. Hosted by Richard Herring at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Guest Speakers and Special Events at New Covenant Bible Church in Canton, Georgia
Christy Turlington Burns, global maternal health advocate and one of the world’s top models, shares her experiences with Apple Watch — from completing the Kilimanjaro Half Marathon, to running her non-profit organization Every Mother Counts, to training for the Virgin Money London Marathon. Hosted by Jay Blahnik at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Special Events - First Baptist Church Of Picayune
This year director Patty Jenkins broke the record for biggest grossing live-action film directed by a woman, domestic and worldwide. Join her in conversation with Entertainment Weekly's Sara Vilkomerson as Jenkins dives deep into her vision and creation of Wonder Woman with actors Connie Nielsen and Lucy Davis. She'll also play clips from the film and share what it's like to join the DC Universe.
Australia’s most influential personal trainer, Michelle Bridges, shares her advice on how to live a better life by maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hosted by Apple’s Director of Fitness, Health Technologies, Jay Blahnik, the discussion will provide you with tips to stay motivated and on track, whether you’re starting out, starting afresh or trying to take your fitness to a new level.
Sports Interactive Studio Director Miles Jacobson, comedian Tony Jameson and football journalist and author Iain Macintosh discuss the bestselling football management game, Football Manager. The game allows you to live out the ultimate dream of managing your favourite club — you make the big decisions, you decide on transfers, tactics and substitutions Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Join Bob Harper—fitness expert and star of NBC's The Biggest Loser—for an inspirational Q&A on living better by maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hosted by Apple's Jay Blahnik, the discussion will provide tips on how to stay motivated— whether you’re starting out, starting over, or trying to take your fitness to a new level.
Renowned Equinox trainers and Apple's Jay Blahnik share essential tips for staying healthy and active.
Fiorella Neira is a wedding and event planner sharing her journey and love for the special event industry. Helping creative business/entrepreneur find their way to their own version of success.
Join NET-A-PORTER.COM Founder Natalie Massenet and fashion designer Roland Mouret for a discussion about the relationship between technology and fashion.
Join special guests Stephen Fry for the UK launch of Vote Match – the pro-democracy web tool designed to help you decide how to vote. Find out which party thinks like you at votematch.co.uk
As Catholics, we are called to evangelize, to share our faith. But why? Why, exactly, are we supposed to evangelize? Join Dr. Chris and Renae Kranz as they explore this topic!By Real Presence Radio
Episode Notes Nate and Brent respond to questions our Chi Alpha community is asking this winter break. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
The First Nations Welcome to Country highlights the cultural significance of a place to the Aboriginal custodians of the land.
Ethiopian Australians have called for urgent action as a humanitarian crisis unfolds in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region.
Australia is seeking to keep new variants of COVID-19 under control by enforcing new rules for Australians flying home from overseas.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves speaks with the social enterprises which have benefited from the outcomes of COVID-19 and in turn have been able to donate more to charities.
An Indian international student, who died late last year has saved nine Australian lives through organ donation.
It comes as the UK reaches a record COVID-19 vaccine milestone, and the Netherlands imposes a night-time curfew for the first time since World War Two.
National Cabinet to meet today as COVID-19 restrictions ease in Brisbane; The United States renews its support for the World Health Organisation; Ash Barty announces her much-anticipated return to the tennis court
In today's News: Biden’s committee funnels money to abortion/LGBT groups The Biden Presidential Inaugural Committee has listed Planned Parenthood and LGBT organizations as the beneficiaries of any donations made for the flags which took the place of spectators on the National Mall, as Biden marks his first day in office by emphasizing his links to …
Episode Notes Presidential Inaugural Committee’s Audio Described 2021 Inauguration of Kamala D. Harris and Joseph R. Biden, Jr. This podcast contains the audio description of the 2021 Presidential Inauguration as produced by the Presidential Inauguration Committee (PIC) Tuesday January 19th COVID Memorial Service: Memorial to remember and honor the…
Most of the detained refugees have now been released from a Melbourne hotel but the future remains uncertain for others.
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says Australia is on track with its planned coronavirus vaccine rollout despite concerns for European countries.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with HSBC Chief Economist Paul Bloxham about the fall in the December unemployment rate to 6.6% and the challenges to come.
Australia is being warned to do more on climate change or risk being an international outlier with the new US administration.
Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th President of the United States and wasted no time in getting to work, reversing several policies from his predecessor Donald Trump.
Be sure and plan to include lighting at your event/wedding. Lighting is the gamechanger to wow your guests and totally transform the party. Here are some ideas to amp up the celebration.By Hosted by Kevin Snow
Delays in vaccine distribution are disrupting inoculation efforts in the United States and the European Union.
Bonni Erickson, Noah Siple, Angel Zayed, and Jeff Turner share their true stories inspired by our theme "Let's Make a Deal" from our sound stage in Boise, Idaho. It's game time and... it's story time. Recorded with a live online audience on December 22, 2020.By Story Story Night
In today's News: Pro-Life Action League founder passes Joe Scheidler, founder of the Pro-Life Action League, received his eternal reward Jan. 18 at the age of 93. He was affectionately dubbed the “godfather of the pro-life movement” and a “racketeer for life.” The announcement was made on social media by the Pro-Life Action League. Scheidler, a for…
This week we talk about 3 trench collapses that happened the previous week. Two of them happened very near our chapters.By NUCA of Middle TN
A new report shows many older Australians are struggling to access much-needed assistance services.
Growing up, in war-torn Africa, Garang Dut wanted to make the world a better place and now he's using his experience to reshape Australia's healthcare system.
Australians are waiting on at least four billion dollars in refunds from travel cancelled due to COVID-19.
Another three cases of coronavirus have been linked to the Australian Open as tensions mounts over the quarantine scheme.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with IBISWorld Senior Industry analyst Liam Harrison about his five key industries for jobs growth.
Australia's human rights record is under global scrutiny once more, as the nation appears before the Human Rights Council in Geneva for its periodic review.
It comes as the World Health Organisation faces calls for a restructure and Europe aims to vaccinate at least 70 per cent of its residents before summer.
Session 4, Saturday June 20, 1 PM to 4 PM 1 PM Call to order and announcements, Judy Wilkinson, CCB President, presiding.1:05 PM Launch of the CCB’s OntheMuV partnership: Patrick Netter OntheMuV CEO and Steve Bauer, CCB Board member.1:20 PM Reading and Approval of the 2019 Conference and Convention Minutes, Linda Porelle, CCB Secretary.1:30 PM Trea…
Session 3: Saturday June 20, 9 AM to 12 PM 9 AM Call to order, announcement and preliminary matters, Judy Wilkinson, CCB President, presiding.9:05 Vanda Pharmaceuticals Presentation: Leslie O’Neil9:25 AM Explanation of Voting process, Jeff Thom, CCB Chair, Conference and Convention Committee. 9:45 AM Elections. The offices of president, first vice …
Session 2: Friday June 19, 6 PM to 9 PM6 PM Call to order, Gabe Griffith, First Vice-President presiding.6:05 PM "The Building Blocks for a Strong Chapter, Member Recruitment and Retention", Cindy Hollis, American Council of the Blind, Membership Services Coordinator, Minneapolis, MN.Ms. Hollis will provide a dynamic approach to building up our mem…
Session 1: Friday June 19, 1 PM to 4 PM 1 PM Call to order, Judy Wilkinson, CCB President presiding.1:05 PM Announcements and preliminary matters.Pledge of Allegiance1:15 PM Virtual Conference and Convention Etiquette, Rob Turner, Member, CCB Board of Directors.1:20 PM Adoption of Conference and Convention Rules, Gabe Griffith, CCB First Vice Presi…
In this bulletin, Ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration, calls for Australia to play a more assertive role in its alliance with the United States, The Federal Government seeks more safety information in its cautious bid to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, And in sport, India's Test series victory against Australia hailed as one of the greatest of all time.…
In today's News: National Sanctity of Human Life Day is proclaimed Ahead of his departure from the White House tomorrow, President Donald Trump Sunday issued a presidential proclamation recognizing this Friday as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. This year marks the fourth year in a row that Trump has recognized National Sanctity of Human Life D…
Rescue crews in Indonesia are grappling with a series of disasters unfolding around the country after floods left thousands of people displaced.
Federal parliamentarians have joined a campaign calling for coercive control in domestic relationships to be criminalised across Australia.
New South Wales authorities are urging more people to come forward for testing as the tourism sector calls for more support.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Fat Phophet Resources analyst David Lennox about Rio Tinto's latest production numbers and how it is trying to improve its relationship with traditional land owners.
When Kamala Harris becomes US Vice-President she is literally only a heartbeat away from the Presidency itself - so what does she bring to the role?
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has assured the country that vaccines will not be mandatory; but legally, the government is within its rights to make them compulsory.
Hospitals in several countries are inundated with the highest number of infections since the pandemic began.
In this bulletin, Victorians stuck in Sydney are allowed to return home, The New South Wales government is considering an incentive system to encourage coronavirus vaccination, And in sport, Nick Kyrgios criticises Novak Djokovic for sending a list of demands to Australian Open organisers.
Frustrated tennis players stuck in hotel rooms are managing a two week quarantine period while trying to prepare for the Australian Open.
Sam Bloom was on a family holiday in Thailand when she fell six metres, after a rotted balcony railing gave way, and shattered her spine.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with CommSec's Ryan Felsman about China's latest GDP report.
Victoria will reopen to the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and parts of Sydney as the state eases its border restrictions for New South Wales.
Key Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny has been detained after returning to Moscow five months since he was poisoned.
Two picture books written in the Tasmanian Aboriginal Language Palawa Kani are helping children stay connected to their culture.
I've had a new development and realization since my last podcast! In addition to the last episode, I have another solution that may work for you when booking a venue...or working with other businesses!By Hosted by Kevin Snow
As Covid-19 vaccination drives continue around the world some adverse reactions have been recorded in elderly people in the UK, the US and Norway.