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On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:
Three Legislators: Three Stories
State Representative Andy Jorgensen (D) is Democratic Caucus Chair in the State Assembly, and he came to talk about his petition to save Senior Care from cuts, the need to save UW from cuts and being disconnected from the State, and his thoughts on which approach is best to improve chances of Democrats increasing numbers in the Assembly. Andy even gave a tip to Governor Scott Walker on how to be a better candidate for President.
State Representative Amy Loudenbeck (R) is heavily involved with the budget process in her capacity as member of the Joint Committee on Finance. As member of the majority party, she is also working to pass her own bills, which she discussed on the program. These include AB 10, which aims to help people filing restraining orders and injunctions in domestic situations, and AB 16, which looks to help stop human trafficking.
At Janesville Community Radio, we are excited to welcome to creation of Janesville Community Radio club at Janesville’s Craig High School. On this podcast of Discover Janesville, listen to the first podcast recorded by Craig students!
State Senator Janis Ringhand (D) updated the listeners on the situation in Madison, but also about her busy schedule as a legislator attending meetings throughout her district. While due to the proximity of her district to Madison, Senator Ringhand is able to sleep in her own bed, Janis shared her schedule from a recent day of work, where she logged in 175 miles driven and 3 meetings attended with different groups in her district.
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Join the Hot Mess Express as they break down the Packers' sound defeat of the Minnesota Vikings on the Vikes' home turf. Fat Eddie, PHAT Eddie...either way, Eddie Lacy demonstrated his value by steamrolling defenders and returning to form. Aaron Rodgers is still missing receivers sometimes, and receivers still have the dropsies - but Turtleneck, R Cobb, Janis AND Davante all came through in the clutch. We will break all of this down and more!
Out of the Pocket is a part of the Packers Talk, family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes. And follow the Out of the Pocket hosts on Twitter at @WhatRUTinkin , @Ceallaigh_k , @missannielynn, and @jys_h.
Have you ever had a flash of blinding clarity that completely transformed your life forever? These heaven-sent guide posts are so extraordinarily compelling that you choose to take your life in an entirely new direction. It is as if you have emerged from a closed chrysalis state--the emerging butterfly that can never be a butterfly again.
Our guest, author Coni Meyers, calls those, "Crystalline Moments". However, often those times meld pain and suffering with joy and happiness, which is why they are often ignored.
On this show you will learn how to recognize those crystalline moments of divine guidance that can make your life happier and more fulfilling.
Join hosts, Mary Elizabeth and Janis Yakopovic on this fascinating adventure!
Mind of Mansion Radio Episode 188: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion examines the fallout from Dion Lewis' season-ending knee injury.
Why DeAngelo Williams is a to redraft running back.
James Starks is an impressive all-around running back who deserves an opportunity to be the Packers' bell cow.
Buying Bryan Walters in all leagues.
Karlos Williams is a fake waiver wire candidate.
The way forward with Jeff Janis.
Explaining a new anti-troll social media policy.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
In the depths of an illness that left our guest, documentary filmmaker, Cori Brackett in almost a catatonic state, the world and all of it's distractions dissipated from her existence.
As the silence enveloped her being, her soul not only became visible, but began to communicate to her. Find out how that moment impacted the rest of her life.
We'll also discuss how you can learn to talk with YOUR soul!
Join Mary Elizabeth and Janis Yakopovic for this fabulous adventure!
On this week's Titletown Sound, the guys quit their cryin' and talk about the Packers' upcoming matchup with the Panthers. They also talk about their favorite guys Aaron Ripkowski and Jeff Janis, and they discuss whether this is the week that Randall Cobb gets back on track.
TTSO is brought to you by hosts, Jeremy, Chris, and Bobbo.
TTSO is just one great podcast in a great lineup of Packers's podcasts from the Packers Talk, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans.
Next up in my series of conversations with cabaret and pop musicians is Gretchen Reinhagen. Gretchen is a multi-award winning artist, receiving the coveted TRIPLE CROWN of cabaret awards in 2010: the Nightlife Award, Bistro Award and MAC Award - for her show “Special Kaye: A Tribute to the Incomparable Kaye Ballard” directed by Barry Kleinbort, with Musical Director David Gaines. Gretchen has worked with some of the biggest names in cabaret including Steve Ross and Karen Mason. Her shows cover a broad range of material from Musical Comedy to Blues and Rock. Former Back Stage and Citysearch critic Roy Sander said, “Gretchen Reinhagen's shows are marked by intelligence, warmth, a lovely spirit of benevolence, and fine vocals. It is always a pleasure to spend an hour in her company.”
As both a singer and an actress, she's performed in a broad range of theaters and concert halls from the House of Blues in New Orleans to the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her professional theater credits include Janis Joplin in Beehive, Louise Segar in Always Patsy Cline, Domina in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the lead role of the therapist in the premiere of Mother Me Therapy at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York, and the Queen Mother in the European premiere of Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.
At her recent show at the Metropolitan Room in Manhattan, I was struck by her ability to take on songs that are so strongly identified with other performers -- singing a "Streisand song" or a "Fanny Bryce" song, for example -- and show them from an altogether different perspective. We'll talk about her inspirations for her art, how she approaches a lyric, and get some insight into the world of cabaret.
Learn more about Gretchen at www.gretchenreinhagen.com.
Veteran saxophone player, Paul Sawtelle, has been paying his dues as a musician for over 30 years and he’s enjoyed every minute of it. As a top-shelf arranger, big band leader, funk, rock and blues band sideman, in-demand session player and featured soloist on scores of studio projects and live shows. He’s played for President Clinton, worked with Heart, opened for artists from Savoy Brown to Jonny Lang, appeared on national television shows and, in 2008, won a prestigious Spelleman Award, the Norwegian equivalent of The Grammy, for his horn arrangements and playing on Sony Music’s extraordinary blues band, Orbo and the Longshots album.
When asked about the first music that inspired him as a player, he didn’t hesitate. “The first Chicago Transit Authority album had a tremendous impact on me. The mixture of rock and horns was inspiring and fresh. Seeing that band for the first time live was magical.” He also couldn’t get enough of other groove and horn based bands and players like Tom Scott, Tower of Power, Janis Joplin, Moby Grape, Blood, Sweat & Tears, David Sanborn, Lenny Pickett, Grover Washington, Jr. & Stanley Turrentine.
The CD was recorded during the fall of 2014, at the legendary London Bridge Studio in Seattle with producer/engineer Geoff Ott. Paul gushed about the experience. “Geoff was laid back, patient and positive and he created an atmosphere conducive to artistic expression.” Jeffrey Ross, Kenny G’s first manager and no stranger to jazz, funk and R&B, served as Paul’s coach, mentor and co-producer during the sessions. http://www.paulsawtelle.com
On this week's Titletown Sound, we don't need no stinking bye week! We're talking about whether the legend of Jeff Janis is growing or doesn't exist, whether anyone should be concerned about the Packers' defense, and Jeremy and Chris give out their Bye Week Awards.
TTSO is brought to you by hosts, Jeremy, Chris, and Bobbo. TTSO is just one great podcast in a great lineup of Packers's podcasts from the Packers Talk, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans.
From Broadway to Hollywood TV great Conrad Janis (Mork and Mindy) joins us to talk about his remarkable career. Conrad started on Broadway at the age of 13 and has been working ever since. Great stories about the early days of live TV in NY and how Gary Marshall created Mork from Ork for an episode of Happy Days and cast Robin Williams at the last minute!
Philip Rivers entered the day leading the NFL in passing yards, and ended the day as the leader. Rivers set San Diego Charger records for completions (43), attempts (65), and yards (503) in a game. The Green Bay Packers defense allowed 548 total yards but knocked down Rivers 65th pass to secure the 27-20 victory. With the win, the Packers improve to 6-0 while the Chargers drop to 2-4.
The Chargers kept Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense on the sideline for most of the game by dominating the time of possession. They held a 38:00 to 22:00 minute advantage. This equated to outgaining the Packers 548-370. The Packers had a hard time getting off the field on third down, as Rivers converted 50% of the Chargers third downs. Although, the Packers defense struggled to get off the field and allowed chunks of yards, they came up with a play when it mattered most. Damarius Randall knocked down Rivers pass intended for Danny Woodhead with 15 seconds left.
Aaron Rodgers had another pedestrian day completing 16 of 29 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers struggled to sustatin drives, and lost rookie Ty Montgomery to injury. This allowed wide receiver Jeff Janis to haul in his first career receptions. Eddie Lacy was uanble to get untracked rushing four times for three yards. James Starks had the longest touchdown play of the day. Starks took the handoff, was bottled up and spun off tackle. When you got outside it was a 65 yard foot race to the end zone giving the Packers a 14-3 lead. Afer three 80 plus yard scoring drives to start the game, the Packers offense began to stutter.
Another week and another Packers victory as they walk away with 7-point win over the Chargers. Ross and Ryan are joined in Green Bay after the game by former show host Jacob Westendorf to break it down. As usual, they go over the multitude of injuries facing the Packers before diving into the defensive performance in a game where the Packers yielded a huge amount of yardage through the air. They start with trying to dissect why the Chargers were able to pile up yardage without scoring points. A little gushing over Datone Jones and Damarious Randall follows before they Release The Janis. They finish with a discussion of everyone that needs to get healthy while the team is on bye.
From The Benches, featuring hosts Ross Uglem and Ryan Hillesland. is a part of Packers Talk, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.
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