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The Science series presents cutting-edge research about biology, physics, chemistry, ecology, geology, astronomy, and more. These events appeal to many different levels of expertise, from grade school students to career scientists. With a range of relevant applications, including medicine, the environment, and technology, this series expands our thinking and our possibilities.
 
The Arts & Culture series enriches our community with imagination and creativity. Whether reinventing the classics for a new audience or presenting an innovative new art form, these events are aimed at expanding horizons. From poetry to music to storytelling, this series leaves our audiences inspired, encouraged, and seeing the world with new eyes.
 
The Civics series at Town Hall shines a light on the shifting issues, movements, and policies, that affect our society, both locally and globally. These events pose questions and ideas, big and small, that have the power to inform and impact our lives. Whether it be constitutional research from a scholar, a new take on history, or the birth of a movement, it's all about educating and empowering.
 
The AICPA Town Hall Series provides the latest news and updates on pressing issues facing the accounting profession. Hear from AICPA executive leads Susan Coffey, CEO – Public Accounting, AICPA, and Erik Asgeirsson, President and CEO, CPA.com as they are joined by Barry Melancon and leading subject matter experts, to dive into key drivers of this accelerated time of change. Hear the latest updates and guidance from Treasury and SBA as well as review top firm questions surrounding the CARES A ...
 
Host Fred Vallaeys, Co-founder of Optmyzr, is joined by PPC experts for a panel discussion on the latest hot topics in the search marketing world. Topics range from updates to Google, Bing, Facebook, and Amazon Ads, to changes in online search behavior, or changes in the business world. Learn what the experts are seeing in the industry, how they're reacting to make the most of the opportunity, and what they think the future holds.
 
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Recordings from Scrimba's weekly town hall (formerly Fireside chat). In the town hall, various members from team Scrimba come together to share what they've been working on and answer questions from the audience. To tune in live, head to: https://lu.ma/scrimba-townhall
 
CDMA Business Model: Youth Traffic Safety Town Hall features Visual Arts Showcases to help young leaders make real world connections through Photography, Music, Fashion and Entrepreneurship. The goal is to creatively engage the Transportation Industry in ways that supports safe passage in Traffic Routes to Schools while addressing concerns proposed by all stakeholders in collaboration with organizations that are committed to youth leadership.Youth Traffic Safety Town Hall Podcast shares insi ...
 
A weekly show hosted by Grow SF, a community of citizens building a more inclusive and livable San Francisco. We focus on local issues, increasing civic engagement, and publishing election voter guides. Every week on the show we host elected officials, civil servants, and community members from different perspectives to discuss problems that are facing San Francisco.
 
Regular aviation chat show, discussing the future of flight. Featuring industry leaders from around the world who are shaping the future of flight , this show covers all areas of the Fourth Aviation Revolution. From the start-ups to existing aviation giants, investors and the regulators. Tech experts swap ideas with aviation veterans. Hosted by Alasdair Whyte and brought to you by the team at Revolution.Aero.Connect with us at www.revolution.aero
 
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Success in search requires treating search engine results pages (SERP) as a single entity. Its three core components – ads (search + shopping), #SERP features, and traditional “blue links” – are all mutually beneficial. But too often, each of these functions is siloed, preventing a more robust, holistic understanding of your target audience. This p…
 
On the May 19, 2022 #AICPATownHall: Michael Cerami, CPA.com Executive Vice President, and AICPA President & CEO, Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA, welcomed former CNBC Chief Economist and expert forecaster Marci Rossell for a discussion around the economic outlook, including topics around inflation, oil prices, and interest rates. Lisa Simpson, CPA, CGMA,…
 
Sometimes it feels like we’re living the same day over and over again. We wake up in the same bed, eat the same breakfast, do the same tasks, and talk to the same people, just coasting along and going through the motions. Taking a vacation can offer a temporary break from the mundane; at the same time, it only reinforces the sameness of daily life.…
 
It’s sometimes easy to forget that the U.S. has reached its present state over decades and centuries of political decision-making, not just a handful of years. Every move builds on the last, doing and undoing the work of former leadership while facing new crises on top of the old. Is it possible to call out poor policy choices of the past, understa…
 
As the threats of climate change become more urgent than ever, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure about what to do. The problems — and their solutions — seem unwieldy and complicated. But what if we embrace the complexity of the climate crisis and create solutions that are just as intertwined as the issues? That’s where intersectional environ…
 
Today, Candidate for Sheriff of Clark County, Rey Reynolds, joins Heidi St. John to talk about the issue of homelessness. What can we do to help with this issue? Tune in to the conversation to find out what Heidi St. John and Rey Reynolds have to say about it. Connect with Rey Reynolds on his website at ReyReynolds.com | on Facebook | on Instagram …
 
Structuring your Google Ads accounts can be tough if you don't know what you're doing. Fortunately, these experts know how account structure needs to change with the updates to ads, keywords, matching, and more. Learn how to remain resilient in the face of rapid changes in the ad platforms. This panel covers: • How Amalia and Navah restructured the…
 
There's only one way your PPC career will go with advice from this all-star cast: up. What do the most successful PPC pros do that everyone else doesn't? The ones who constantly get promotions and raises, who grow their or their clients' businesses – they always find ways to get better. Whether you're a PPC beginner or a veteran, there’s always a n…
 
Leads and conversions are nice, but PPC experts are here for one thing: profit. How did the smallest team in a media company like Star Tribune manage to become its most profitable division? How did Solutions 8 help hundreds of client teams grow and scale? They both figured out how to leverage automation while still maintaining a personal touch. Our…
 
Join Town Hall Seattle Writer-in-Residence Sarah Salcedo, author John Wiswell, and author Ross Showalter for a virtual-only event as they share their short fiction and discuss the power of stories, creative processes, and the beauty and difficulties inherent in bringing their disabilities into their own work. Sarah Salcedo is an award-winning filmm…
 
B2B #PPCAdvertising comes with some unique challenges: longer sales cycles, low lead volume, and wrong audience targeting, just to name a few. These are not unique challenges; almost every advertiser faces them. So we brought in two B2B advertising experts — Andrea Cruz and Brandon Coward — who helped several B2B companies overcome these challenges…
 
This week, hosts Nick Parker and Jason Norbury look at some upcoming events, specifically the season's first concert at Legacy Park Amphitheater, and a successful public petition against a proposed residential development in north Lee's Summit.Fredcasts tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The United States is awash in manipulated information about everything from election results to the effectiveness of medical treatments. Corporate social media is a particularly effective channel for manipulative communication — Facebook being a particularly willing vehicle for it, as evidenced by the increased use of warning labels on false or mis…
 
On the first stop of the “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, Dr. Adriana Pacheco and Seattle Escribe bring together a panel of key players in education, culture, and literature to discuss names, topics, trends and voices in literature by writers of hispanic heritage and their impact on the culture. The literature of writers from Sp…
 
Presenters: Erik Asgeirsson, President & CEO CPA.com Mark Peterson, EVP, Advocacy AICPA Lisa Simpson, VP Firm Services AICPA Kari Hipsak, Senior Manager AICPA Brent Forbush, CPA, Managing Partner of Forbush & Associates Brandon Lagarde, CPA, JD Tax Director of Postlethwaite & Netterville Accounting Today Editor-In-Chief Dan Hood Topics: DC and Prof…
 
There’s no way around it — it’s a challenging time in America. Societies have lived through pandemics and political strife before, but never with powerful tools like social media and the Internet. It makes for a special brand of division that most of us have experienced in some way, from dinner table arguments with relatives to heated interactions …
 
Farmers and environmentalists haven’t always seen eye-to-eye about the best ways to manage agricultural landscapes, but America’s farms are vital to preserving ecosystems and a stable climate. How might the two come together to unite for the common good? In No Farms, No Food, longtime farm, fisheries, and environmental policy advocate Don Stuart to…
 
In this episode, we spoke to top #PerformanceMax practitioners — the people who are actually using this new campaign type every day. They shared their experiences, tips, and best practices from their experiments. You will learn: - How Performance Max performed against other campaign types - How to deal with cannibalization with existing campaigns -…
 
Each night in the United States, more than 200,000 people incarcerated in state and federal prisons — 1 in 7 prisoners — will go to sleep facing the reality that they may die without ever returning home. In 1996, criminal justice activist and photographer Howard Zehr published Doing Life, a book of photo portraits of individuals serving life senten…
 
We're celebrating new beginnings this week! The Lee's Summit City Council swore in its new members, the council and public got a look at a replacement development for an aging fire station on the north end of town, and Seth Allen and Ryan Studer (owners of Libations & Co.) drop by the studio to talk about their impending move into the Historic Stan…
 
#PerformanceMaxCampaigns is the latest #GoogleAds campaign type that helps you find customers across all of Google's channels like YouTube, Display, Search, Discover, Gmail, and Maps from a single campaign. Since it’s still early days, there is so much to learn about it. That’s why we brought in experts from Google — Sagar Shah and Rodney Ip — two …
 
In the 1940s, the insecticide DDT was widely used to combat insect-borne human diseases like malaria and control insects in agricultural applications, gardens, and inside homes. In the 1950s, it became evident that the pesticide was causing extensive health and environmental damage. In 1962, Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring alerted the public to …
 
Presenters: Erik Asgeirsson, President & CEO CPA.com Mary Foelster, Sr. Director, Governmental Auditing and Accounting AICPA Barry Melancon, President & CEO AICPA Lisa Simpson, VP, Firm Services AICPA Topics: Profession & DC Update Post Tax Season Reflections Expanding service opportunities: SOC Technical Update GAQC Update on Auditing Federal Fund…
 
Examples of Northwest Coast art appear in museums and collections throughout our region, but what does it mean when there is no word for “art” in the language of the people who created it? How might the Indigenous definition of art be far more expansive — demonstrating rich kinship connections and manifesting spiritual power — than a non-Indigenous…
 
Today on the podcast, Matt talks about the current Ukraine war and ends remembering the Waco Massacre. #WW3 #WWIII #Waco #WacoMassacre #atf #ukraine #russia #nato Sources: https://youtu.be/7Dmy16fInUE https://youtu.be/yNRtc19GGFE https://www.facebook.com/1838812745/posts/10216624684129732/?d=n https://youtu.be/QD_-ak6vVzg…
 
Students today face a barrage of stressors that impact every corner of their lives, from academic and social stress to family dynamics and personal trauma. The added layers of non-inclusive school environments, along with the unique challenges of immigrant and first-generation students, only contribute to students’ stress and anxiety. In their new …
 
Anna Kane and Nicole Orozco, co-founders of The Flame, are joining me on this special episode of America's Town Hall. We're discussing the assault on free speech and the importance of protecting the First Amendment. Listen in! You can check out their website: The Flame
 
The COVID-19 pandemic — one of the most disruptive events in human history — has made it more challenging than ever to feel prepared, hopeful, and equipped to face the future with optimism. How do we map out our lives when it feels impossible to predict what the world will be like next week, let alone next year or next decade? Humans aren’t particu…
 
This is a very special edition of America’s Town Hall with Heidi St. John. I’ve invited Dmitriy Sashchenko to join me on the show today to talk with me about the cycle of corruption that is found in our modern day unions. Important Links: Teachers Roundtable RSVP | Freedom Foundation USA on Facebook | Freedom Foundation USA on Instagram | SlavicVot…
 
Jonathan Galassi is an acclaimed poet, translator, and longtime publisher at Farrar, Straus and Giroux who has built a life around the art of language. His poetry, described as “direct and plain-spoken,” by The New York Times, is known for illuminating the human experience and its multitudes, from nature and fatherhood to love and partnership. In a…
 
Most Americans are well aware that companies like Facebook are harvesting our data, but do we fully understand how their information is being used — and misused? In his new book, The Hidden History of Big Brother in America, radio host and bestselling author Thom Hartmann revealed exactly how the government and corporations track our online moves a…
 
Ronnie Dyer, of Dyer Oil Graphics, joins hosts Nick Parker and Jason Norbury to talk about Thursday's pop up trivia night fundraiser benefitting Lee's Summit Social Services. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at The Goat Brewing.Fredcasts tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Humans have been stumbling upon the remains of ancient animals since prehistoric times, long before fossils were routinely dug up, named, and pieced together into “whole” prehistoric skeletons. The word dinosaur wasn’t established until the mid-19th century – practically yesterday, considering the massive span of the geologic time scale. From bits …
 
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