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Hard work, perseverance, and “pushing through” have helped many of us succeed in life. Most often these achievements come at a price of compromise, sacrifice, and, at times, turning a deaf ear to the Call of Spirit. Perhaps this is an antiquated definition of success. It seems in most cases, those who succeed most profoundly and with the greatest meaning are those who embrace their passions and whose work is also their love. On the road to success, many lose sight of dreams and abandon passi ...
 
ROAR With Shari™ is a weekly show hosted by rape and incest survivor, Attorney Shari Karney. “Pain put me into hiding, purpose called me out,” says Karney. Shari offers up straight talk about fighting for justice for victims of sexual abuse. Trauma. Resilience. Healing. For child sexual abuse survivors and all victims of sexual assault. Each week Roar with Shari talks with inspiring guests, rape and child sex abuse survivors, sexual violence victims, experts, nonprofit leaders, public office ...
 
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It's finally here. It's Race Weekend. In this episode, I give an update on how my training has gone over the last few weeks, share that my travel plans have changed and give an overview of my plan for the next few days. To see the video that I made to document packing my Trek Speed Concept for flight click the link below. https://youtu.be/1aqEG4yb6…
 
Lucy Scholes rejoins us this week to discuss Kay Dick and her lost dystopian masterpiece from 1977, They, which has been newly republished by McNally Editions. Lucy, who is the Senior Editor of McNally Editions, rediscovered Dick after coming across her obituary and subsequently wrote about the novel in her column for The Paris Review, “Re-Covered.…
 
It’s been said that no race can happen without the volunteers but there is another unsung hero that is critical to making any athlete’s race experience a success. In this episode we hear from Kim Ristow who has been called The World’s Greatest Sherpa. Kim is the wife of Jim Ristow who was on Episode 3 back in July 2021. Jim is an accomplished triat…
 
Way back in December 2021, in episode 23, we met Brandon Hozack. Brandon is an endurance athlete that has Ankylosing Spondylitis or AS as Brandon refers to it. We learned that Brandon has decided to take control of his life and show his son and others affected by this disease that you can still live life to the fullest. In this episode, Brandon ret…
 
Host Peter J. Kim is joined by content creator Carolina Gelen and author Irina Georgescu to talk about mamaliga, pickles, and Romania's super juicy sausages, as well as how communism shaped the family dinner table. Peter also discusses the musical influence of Romania's Romani people with Henry Ernst, manager of the energetic brass band Fanfare Cio…
 
Did you know that Charlotte Brontë’s close friend Mary Taylor was also a novelist? Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney, who co-authored the 2017 non-fiction book A Secret Sisterhood: The Literary Friendships of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot, and Virginia Woolf, join us to discuss Taylor’s 1890 novel Miss Miles: A Tale of Yorkshir…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Maryland Finisher and Captain of Team Elbe, her relay team at Ironman 70.3 Texas, Evelyn Shreve. Team Elbe and Team Caliber, my relay team, we next to each other in transition in Galveston. Evelyn has been married for 29 years, lives in Philadelphia, PA and is an “empty nester.” She shares that when she’s not in…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Marissa Hoechstetter who was licked on her vagina by her OB-GYN, while pregnant with twins during an ordinary exam that was anything but ordinary. What should have been an exciting and joyous experience being pregnant with twins, turned into a horrifying nightmare as Marissa says she was sexually assaulted by her O…
 
In this week’s mini, we’re exploring the work of contemporary fine artists Faith Ringgold and Bisa Butler, whose quilts are inspired by a rich African-American quilting tradition, and Adeline Harris Sears’s 19th century signature quilt with autographs by notables including Charles Dickens, Abraham Lincoln, and Harriet Beecher Stowe.…
 
In the episode we hear from 11 time Ironman Finisher, Vicki Muir Cherin. Vicki is signed up and will be going for finish #12 at Ironman Texas on April 22, 2022. Vicki currently lives in Boca Raton, FL with her husband and they 2 adult children and 3 grandchildren. Vicki talks through how she got introduced to the sport of triathlon. Because of an i…
 
#Sexual Assault Awareness Month I’m talking to Mary Reigel an experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). and Trauma Recovery Specialist who has been working in the field of death, grief, and trauma about how to recover from trauma. Can you ever fully recover from trauma? What does recovery look like? We talk about the fear that so m…
 
In 2021, the British Library Women Writers Series published an edition of Dorothy Evelyn’s Smith’s quietly joyful and sometimes dark coming-of-age novel, O, the Brave Music. Joining us is the series consultant and author of the book’s afterword, Dr. Simon Thomas. Sometimes compared to A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and I Capture the Castle, O, the Brave …
 
Host Peter J Kim takes a trip to the United Kingdom to explore puddings, PFCs, and the mysterious saveloy dip. Food Network host Mary McCartney invites us into her home to talk about the importance of Sunday roasts, and food and music memories with her father Paul McCartney. Jonathan Nunn, the founder of Vittles, guides us through the most importan…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Wisconsin finisher, Paul Wilson. Paul and his wife of 33 years, Charlette, live in San Antonio, TX and have two adult children. Paul serves as pastor at Cibolocreek Community Church which he started 25 years ago. Paul describes himself as being an average athlete growing up. He shares that he went to small priva…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to attorney David Angeloff, Esq., whom I call, the Workplace Justice Warrior, an experienced attorney for anyone who is being sexually harassed or sexually assaulted in the workplace. He is an outstanding trial lawyer. A Man with a good heart, a brilliant mind, and the soul of a shaman. Spiritual, deeply empathetic, yet…
 
In this episode, I talk about my experience during Ironman 70.3 Texas. During my conversation with Angie Jackson way back in episode 18, I committed to being a volunteer. Since is was only swimming, I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to make good on that promise. Like most things, you get way more than you give! I met some incredible p…
 
I’m talking to social activist and rainmaker, Cherie Benjoseph, LCSW. She has a passion for empowering children in order to keep our kids safe. As co-founder of the KidSafe Foundation, she works with community leaders, kids, parents, guardians, foster care, and child-serving professionals to improve defining the ever-changing issues around protecti…
 
Join us for a wonderfully funny and poignant conversation about life, death, and motherhood with award-winning writer Hilma Wolitzer. Her short stories, most of them originally appearing in magazines in the 1960s and 1970s, were re-discovered by her daughter, bestselling author Meg Wolitzer, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and published …
 
The current crisis in Ukraine is a nightmare. While we may try to quantify its toll in the number of lives lost, we also need to consider the culture that is being threatened. In this episode of Counterjam, host Peter J Kim goes course by course through a festive Ukrainian meal with Anna Voloshyna, chef and author of the forthcoming cookbook Budmo!…
 
In this episode, I speak to Davin Main. Davin is an elementary school teacher from Sacramento, CA. He and his wife, who is also and endurance athlete, have a 16 year old daughter along with a few pets. After giving me a quick US Geography lesson, Davin and I compare stories of on the benefits of being a teacher in a small town. My wife can’t go any…
 
In today’s mini episode, we’re focusing on one of Ukraine’s best-known poets and playwrights, Laryssa Kosach, who wrote under the pen name Lesya Ukrainka. Her play The Forest Song is a masterpiece of Ukrainian drama. Discussed in this episode: The Forest Song by Lesya Ukrainka Looking for Trouble by Virginia Cowles Lost Ladies of Lit episode on Vir…
 
Abolitionist, suffragist, and writer Frances Harper was widely acclaimed in her day and one of the first African-American women to be published in the United States. Her novel Iola Leroy is an eye-opening look at what it was like for Black Americans in the midst of, and in the decades following, the Civil War. Joining us in conversation is award-wi…
 
Host Peter J. Kim rings in Persian New Year with stories, laughter, and dancing alongside some truly incredible guests. Emmy-award-winning actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, Top Chef judge and former Food & Wine editor in chief Nilou Motamed who both talk to Peter about why rice is fundamental to the Iranian culinary experience, and Yvette Massoudi, the s…
 
In this episode we get the opportunity to hear from Ironman in Training, Scott Sugimoto. Scott is currently training for his very first full distance race. He will be racing in St. George, UT in May of 2022. During the get to know you, Scott shares that he has been married for 29 years, has 3 adult children, and was blessed with a granddaughter a y…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Nicole-Earnest-Payte raped at gunpoint by a man who threatened to kill her. She knew at that point; she wasn’t getting out of this. Here is how Nicole told us her story. On June 22, 1991, 21-year-old Nicole Earnest-Payte was awakened on her couch by a man in a ski mask carrying a handgun about 8:30 at night after f…
 
In this week’s mini, we’re discussing the life and work of literary critic Gillian Beer whose classic scholarly publication from 1983, Darwin’s Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth Century Fiction, should be essential reading for anyone who loves 19th century literature. Discussed in this episode: Darwin’s Plots: Evo…
 
In this episode we get an update from the Anchor of our Ironman 70.3 Texas Relay Team. Eric shares how his training is going and what his plan is for race weekend. He also challenges you the listener to predict our finish time(s). Think it through and email how long you think it will take us to finish at eveydayironmanpodcast@gmail.com or send us a…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to child-on-child sexual abuse survivor, Adrianne Simeone, the founder of the non-profit, The Mama Bear Effect. She calls our unwillingness to confront this issue head-on as “ Willful Blindness.” “Child sexual abuse is not necessarily an epidemic because abusers are so effective at perpetrating, but because the taboo, a…
 
Catbird’s Leigh Plessner joins us to discuss the 1931 novella Sundays and its fascinating author, French socialite Daisy Fellowes. Heiress to the Singer sewing machine fortune, Fellowes was the Paris editor of the American Harper’s Bazaar and muse to the likes of Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, and Salvador Dali. Karl Lagerfeld reportedly once call…
 
In this episode, we get our 1st check-in with my Ironman 70.3 Texas relay team. With just over 5 weeks until race weekend, we hear from Lindsay Klimek. In episode 30, I introduced you to Lindsay. To recap: We work together, she has a strong athletic background and while new to triathlon, she is an avid cyclist. Lindsay and I talk about how her trai…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Jennifer Carole, the daughter of a successful attorney, on his way to becoming a judge, who was murdered and his wife raped and bludgeoned to death, while the killer remained free to rape and kill some more, and the victims and their families were deprived of justice for 40 years! Today Jennifer Carole is here with…
 
In this week’s mini, we’ll tell you all about fly girls Beryl Markham and Amy Johnson, pioneering aviators from the 1930s whose fascinating exploits deserve to be as well known as those of their more famous fellow aviatrix, Amelia Earhart. Markham was also a writer, and her memoir about her adventures, West with the Night, was highly praised by Ern…
 
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