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On this episode of Smart Companies Radio with host Kelly Scanlon you’ll meet the CEO and Co Founder of New Belgium Brewing. A dream of her husband, the original brewing company started in the basement of their home. Their goal was to be a $100 million company by 2010. New Belgium hit that a year and a half early and in 2013 the annual revenue was $190 million, making New Belgium the country's third-largest craft brewer.
And discover how New Belgium has embraced the CEO's passion for the environment and what innovations have been made to diminish the brewing company's carbon footprint.
Find out more about today's guest at http://www.newbelgium.com
For more information about host Scanlon go online to http://www.ithinkbigger.com
After nearly a month on vacation, the Formula One Grand Prix returns to Belgium. With vacation over and Formula One getting back into the swing of things,top teams such as Mercedes, Williams, Red Bull and Ferrari are gearing up to continue the fight for championship, while other teams are showing great strength and promise. Sahara Force India, Lotus, and Marrussia have surprised many. Sauber is more improved than ever, and Toro Rosso has over shadowed their return with the announcement that a young 17-year old Dutchman will become their newest Formula One driver, next season.
In other news, The Autodome in Sochi Russia, has been cleared by Charlie Whiting to host the upcoming, Formula One race.
In this episode of Soccer Saavy; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Irrisistable Gourmet Popcorn, Mike Murphy and Troy Otradovec will break down all 90 minutes and maybe more if it goes to extra time. Belgium has struggled offensively in group play but if they can find space in the shaky USA defense they could put a few balls in the back of the net and that could make for a long day for the USA squad. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - The USA is ready to battle Belgium for a spot in the Quarterfinals.
I will be breaking down the USA/Belgium game and talk about the impact it will have on our country. I will also be predicting the Round of 8, and also give an Update on the NBA Free Agency period if anything has changed. And other hot news if there is any!
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Planned Parenthood pays $2 million after killing a woman who sought an abortion.
* Euthanasia for sick children is authorized in Belgium, letting parents kill their kids.
* An inspirational pro-life commercial from Thailand.
The Formula One Grand Prix at Spa, in Belgium, was jam-packed with excitement, tenacity, and some have said, “dirty tricks.” Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo drove a spectacular race all the way through the finish line. He started the race in 5th position then used speed and precision to overtake Mercedes driver and pole sitter Nico Rosberg. Once Ricciardo moved into first position he stayed there. He defended his position and held on for a back-to-back win, making this his third of the season.
Boos, Boos and more Boos for Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg today. Fans and race viewers watched as he appeared to deliberately make contact with teammate Lewis Hamilton just enough to damage Hamilton’s tires, and derail any opportunity Hamilton had, to earn points. Rosberg is in the lead for the driver championship and Hamilton, the 2008 World Champion was his biggest threat with an 11-point gap. Hamilton did not finish the race today due to damage to the car while Rosberg went on to finish second. Finishing third was the always friendly and reliable Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas. Bottas really put the Williams-Martini team in a respectable position for championship points, which means millions to a team. Valtteri has become a very reliable driver with enough confidence, to duke it out on the track, for team points.
Xiro Xone F1 Sports Award for Guts goes to McLaren rookie Kevin Magnussen who fought to keep his position against Alonso.
The Stop stressing me out award goes to, Sebastian Vettel, the 4-time champion with Red Bull. He made the podium on qualifying day, but missed it on race-day. Vettel has done a much better job with the car of late, and could have landed on the podium had it not been for a couple of hiccups, on the track. Now that he is more acquainted with the car we can expect to see him on the podium quite a bit more, next season.
Join me as I review the friendly on May 29th as the USA hosts Belgium at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. These tune up games before the three qualifiers in June
Show moved from Wednesday, to Saturday due to Red Bulls US Open Cup Round 3 Match on same day.
I love speaking to musicians because creative people typically have a unique journey and a good story to share. If music be the food of love, play on, wrote Shakespeare in his play Twelfth Night. Musician Josh Zuckerman is a performer, singer, songwriter and recording artist with a motto that would certainly garner approval from Shakespeare: “Be who you are, Be Real, it’s all about love...” Love and music have always gone hand in hand. Raised in St. Louis, MO, a musical town in its own right, Josh developed his love for music. At the age of eight, he was introduced to violin and studied that for the next five years. Eventually Josh's musical interest drifted to rock and roll. After gigs in several cover bands, he decided to write his own music, and inspired by the musical sounds of the east coast, Josh relocated to NJ where he continued to compose melodies and lyrics. He performed extensively with his former band China White from 1990 to 1996 and went solo in 1996. He toured extensively while he also performed with the group Up With People from 1996 through 1998. Josh has 5 albums and 11 music videos; in some of his early work, he fiddles with the violin fusing country music and rock/pop. Josh has performed alongside musical artists; such as, Macy Gray, The Indigo Girls, and Joan Jett. He’s performed in many local venues from Asbury Park to New Hope, PA as well as the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta supporting Peabo Bryson, the 1998 World Expo in Lisbon, and the 2005 World Expo in Japan. He has traveled to perform in over 15 countries including, Bermuda, Germany, France, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, and Thailand. This is one very busy musician! After the interview check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Kindness and respectfulness are well-recognized virtues. Sometimes it is difficult to offer kindness to strangers or to those we feel have harmed us in some way. In today's practice, we locate the point of tension in our bodies where we hold anger or frustration related to the lack of kindness, and transform it.
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18 June will be the 200th Anniversary of the battle of Waterloo, fought in present-day Belgium.
Just in time, regular guest to Midrats, John Kuehn has his latest book out, Napoleonic Warfare: The Operational Art of the Great Campaigns where he covers the operational level analysis of European warfare from 1792 to 1815, including the tactics, operations, and strategy of major conflicts of the time.
More than just a description of set piece battle, there is a discussion of naval warfare, maneuver warfare, compound warfare, and counterinsurgency.
We've got him for the full hour ... we should be able to get to most of it.
Dr. John T. Kuehn is the General William Stofft Chair for Historical Research at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He retired from the U.S. Navy 2004 at the rank of commander after 23 years of service as a naval flight officer in EP-3s and ES-3s. He authored Agents of Innovation (2008) and co-authored Eyewitness Pacific Theater (2008) with D.M. Giangreco, as well as numerous articles and editorials and was awarded a Moncado Prize from the Society for Military History in 2011.
His previous book was, A military History of Japan: From the Age of the Samurai to the 21st Century.
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