Catan Fanatic & Boy Shorts Creator Molly Brown (6-5-9)
Turning Cole Into Diamonds
This episode we have the talented Molly Brown. Molly is an actor, comedian, and very skilled Catan player who describes herself as the lesbian Jason Bateman. This episode we switch it up a little bit and play a slight variation of Catan to get to know Molly more. We talk about everything from her favorite game play strategies to her biggest fears. Tune in to this episode to see how Molly turns Catan into Diamonds. This very special episode is brought to you by the very amazing Catan Studios. Are you interested more? Check out our episode with Canadian Champ Sarvat Tahir And if you still haven’t played Catan, get from under that rock and make sure to check out https://catanshop.com/tcid for 10% off the base game.
Margaret Brown did so much in her life--helping the poor, building churches, establishing a juvenile justice system, women's suffrage, even running for office and going into acting--that Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us she'd remarkable even if she hadn't also survived the sinking of the Titanic.The post The Unsinkable Molly Brown appeared first on SQPN.com.
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Ari Nelson (Player - Denver Molly Brown, Boston Slow White, Northeastern Huskies, & Team USA U-24, & Founder - Time for the Ultimate Talk)
One-on-One with Wan & Only Sports Podcast
Arielle Nelson has played for Boston Slow White and for the Team USA’s U24 women’s national team that won gold in 2019. In 2020, Arielle was on Denver Molly Brown who focused their season on activism and equity efforts in their local community. With Slow White, Ari made it to the semifinals of the USA Ultimate National Championships in 2017 and won a silver medal at the World Ultimate Club Championships in 2018. She has played for the Northeastern Valkyries from 2016 to 2020 making it to the D1 College Championships in 2019. She is going to play with the Northeastern Huskies for the 2020-2021 season. Ari founded the website, Time for the Ultimate Talk which hopes to start the conversation about mental health in the ultimate community. In this interview, hear Ari share her experiences making an elite level mixed team as an 18-year-old, her mental health journey, and the new website she has helped launch that is focused on helping the ultimate community talk about mental health. We also talk about the Boston mixed ultimate scene and the different stereotypes that exist in ultimate. Segment #1:Ari’s journey (3:46) Segment #2: Daily life in ultimate (34:02) Segment #3: Ari’s memorable games as a player (51:15) Segment #4: Rapid fire questions (54:20) Ari’s social media contacts: Instagram (@Arijade1), and Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Time for the Ultimate Talk social media contacts: Instagram (@time4ultitalk), Twitter (@time4ultitalk), Facebook ( ) and Website (https://sites.google.com/view/time-for-the-ultimate-talk) Ari’s Ultiworld article: (https://ultiworld.com/2020/08/07/you-think-you-know-me-but-you-dont/) 2017 USA Ultimate Championships Mixed Semifinal Boston Slow White vs Seattle Mixtape: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoMl4RtYnTA) 2019 World U24 Ultimate Championships Women’s Final Team USA vs Team Japan: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wf2f1rXPqg) 2018 World Ultimate Club Championships Mixed Final Seattle BFG vs Boston Slow White: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piiFpVC8Bd4) Photo Credits: (Photo on left) Daniel Bowler This episode is brought to you by The Pocket AT. The Pocket AT is like having an Athletic Therapist with you 24/7. It is a free informational hub that provides you with everything you need to know about your health with exercise videos, nutrition tips, and a bi-weekly blog. Check out their content on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter (@thepocketat) and on their website at pocketat.com. Keep an eye out for the next episode where I interview Liam Grant, an Irish ultimate player, host of the Eurozone podcast, and ultimate commentator who is known for coining the phrase “buttery biscuit.” In this interview, Liam shares about his playing career, his experience as a tournament director, his role on the WFDF board, and how he got into commentating.
Bella Brujita is a Denver paranormal extraordinaire! She has worked at the Molly Brown House for many, many years and has so many wonderful experiences to share. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/MyHauntedLife/support
Mile High Magazine 02/14/2021 Molly Brown House Museum
Mile High Magazine Podcast
Guest: Andrea Malcomb Director Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum enhances Denver’s unique identity by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion through educational programs, exhibits, and stewardship. One of the fun holidays Victorians emphasized was Valentine’s Day. In 1840, Great Britain introduced the Penny Post, meaning that Valentine cards could be mailed for just one penny. That’s when the mass produced Valentine card was born. So many Valentines were sent that mailmen were paid extra. Rather than purchase a ready-made valentine, Margaret would have done what many Victorians did—make handmade Valentines from materials like lace, bits of mirror, bows and ribbons, seashells and seeds, gold and silver foil appliqués, silk flowers, etc. https://mollybrown.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You are listening to Frightening Fables, a Podcast where a married couple talk about ghost stories and the history of haunted places.This is episode 3 where we talk about the Molly Brown House!Make sure to like and follow our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/frighteningfables and also join our Frightening Fables Group so we can hear your spooky stories!
Descendant interview with Great Granddaughter to the "Unsinkable Molly Brown"
Titanic Museum Attraction
First Class Maid Jamie interviews Titanic's own Margaret Tobin Brown's great Granddaughter Helen Benziger. Helen is a great friend to the Titanic Museums and we all consider her part of the Titanic Family! Hear how she learned who her Great Grandmother really was, and why the 1964 production of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" was so special to her! It is always a pleasure when Helen comes to town for either ship and this podcast is no exception!
Episode 1: Molly Brown and Northeastern's Special Collections
Off Campus Chats
Join the OCHSS Community Ambassadors as we embark on a journey to connect you with members of the Boston community. In this first episode CA Christina chats with Molly Brown, a Reference and Outreach Archivist for the Northeastern University Library. For more information about the special collections we discuss, visit the link below! https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6002