EP 31: Pulling Each Other Along - Interview with Dave Clark and Doug Cornfield
The TRUE THAT Show with Deb & Caroline
An amazing interview with Doug Cornfield and Dave Clark, author & inspiration for the books “A Pound of Kindness” and “Pulling Each Other Along”A Pound of Kindness is a true story from the childhood of Dave Clark, the only professional baseball player to pitch from crutches, A National Hero of Sports winner, and an advocate for children with differing abilities. Having worked with Dave for a number of years through their Disability, Dream, and Do sports events, Doug J. Cornfield wrote A Pound of Kindness to share with children and parents alike the enduring power of a simple, thoughtful act. What began as a Kickstarter is now a children’s picture book and a movement to empower children of differing abilities through sports and camps."You may never know the weight that a small act of kindness can have on a person's life" ~ Dave ClarkSome of you may not know about Dave Clark's story of drive and inspiration. It’s a story about a man who dreamed and did his way through what was expected to be a life of impossibility and created a reality beyond his dreams.Pulling Each Other Along honors the unwitting acts of kindness that change lives and give the gift of hope and possibility.When Dave Clark was in 1st grade a boy named Ernie Pound changed his life forever when he brought his Red Radio Flyer Wagon to school with the sole purpose of giving Dave a ride to the local fire station for a field trip. 50 years later Dave got to thank him.Today Clark, along with his foundation — Dave Clark Foundation, Ltd. — is doing everything he can to expand awareness to over fifty million Americans living with disabilities by highlighting their potential and accomplishments. Visit: apoundofkindness.net
39. BEGINNING OF ROUTE 66: Chicago Road Warrior Tour Guide Dave Clark
Route 66 Podcast
BEGINNING OF ROUTE 66: Chicago with Windy City Road Warrior Dave Clark David Clark , operates Windy City Road Warrior and offers walking tours of Chicago along Route 66. The first in a 3 part series features everything you need to know about starting (or ending) a Route 66 tour in Chicago, IL. Join host Anthony Arno as he talks with Dave about: Earliest memory of Route 66 Favorite spots along ’66 Importance of urban stretches along the road Early entry into tourism Where does the road begin in Chicago? Tracking down the official beginning point Is there an end sign in Chicago? Must See Stops in Chicago Restaurants : The Berghoff Lou Mitchells The Castle Gas Station Buckingham Fountain Logistics of starting a Route 66 tour in Chicago Authentic Route 66 Hotels in Chicago The W-Hotel (formerly The Midland Hotel) The Club Quarters Hotel JW Marriott (former bank building) Hyatt Hotel (former Cook County Hospital building) Getting Chicagoans to embrace The Mother Road Traveling original alignments of 66 as you leave Chicago Alternate highways in Chicago Planning your first stops along Route 66 after departing Chicago Wilmington (Gemini Giant) Joliet Dwight Pontiac Lincoln Springfield Windy City Road Warrior Tours Website Monthly Zoom meetings Walking tours Published books Traveling by train along Route 66 in Illinois Value of repeat customers Importance of Route 66 WEBSITE: Windy City Road Warrior Facebook: Windy City Road Warrior Thank you to Route 66 Podcast & Scholarship supporters, including BUSINESS LEVEL Mid Point Cafe, Adrian, TX – Featuring both their Ugly Crust Pie and one of the most popular photo ops along Route 66, located exactly halfway between Chicago and Santa Monica in Adrian, Texas. Gilligan’s Route 66 Tours featuring tours of Route 66 in Ford Mustang convertibles, stays at historic Route 66 motels, and daily breakfast. Mary Beth Busutil – Florida Jim Crabtree – California Mike Fort Route 66 author and photographer – Shellee Graham and also my guest on Episode # 10 where she talks about her book, Tales from the Coral Court Motel. Kristin Haakenson – Washington Rich Havlik – Minnesota Mary Nicholson – Pennsylvania Brian Sawyer – Indiana And from the United Kingdom Charli Beeton Please consider supporting both The Route 66 Podcast and Scholarship Program. All supporters will receive an additional 15 minutes of conversation with David, where he talks about: Additional Chicago restaurants: Millers Pub Henry’s Drive In The best menu deals Additional Sites Castle Gas Station (Car Wash) Chicago Board of Trade Building Visiting non-Route 66 sites in Chicago Budget friendly Chicago Motels Ohio House Airport region hotels Early days of traveling and interest in Chicago Where are the vintage motels in Illinois? Past monthly Zoom Meetings featuring Route 66 Published book featuring Abraham Lincoln sites in Illinois Most interesting travelers along Route 66 Congratulations to this months Patreon winner, Charli Beeton, from the United Kingdom, who has won a copy of The Road Crews Songs from The Mother Road CD. For next month, one lucky Patreon winner will win a bag of Route 66 Chicago Sweet & Salty flavored snack mix.
A Pound of Kindness with Dave Clark and Doug Cornfield
Wonders and Miracles
My guests today are two men who truly exemplify the traits of kindness, perseverance, and friendship. They have both lived miraculous lives. When Dave was just 10 months old, he contracted polio. His parents were told that he would probably not survive. Not only did he survive but Dave went on to become the only professional baseball player to pitch and play from crutches. Doug had a son who was born with a disability and he was inspired by Dave’s story. Things miraculously fell into place for Doug and Dave to meet and a partnership was formed. They now are inspirational speakers, authors, and run the Disability Dream and Do camp for children with disabilities. I know you will enjoy the many touching stories they share today. Resources: www.d3day.com www.apoundofkindness.com Season 1 Wonders and Miracles: Stories of Miraculous Moments in Everyday Lives Hearts of the Fathers by Sheldon Lawrence, Support our sponsors www.meditationsonthemount.com & www.bibledice.com Visit www.wondersandmiracles.com for more stories or to submit a story. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram @wondersandmiracles
Paul McCarthy is in shambles! The third in our “Better than the Beatles” series features the Dave Clark Five, the southern rivals of the Fab Four. Both Erik & Weldon list their reasons why the DC5 are superior in every way and scientists and philosophers alike have described their logic as “airtight.” Our discussion of “Bits and Pieces” (5:24) reveals Dave to be a true 60s auteur who beats the Beatles in revolutionary strategy. We then break down how “Anyway You Want It” (44:55) is a sterling example of the two-minute Tottenham symphony which still echoes in our collective ears, and Erik explains how Mike Smith is the Serpentor (GI Joe fans will understand...). “Nineteen Days” (1:16:09) is a ‘countdown’ song that distorts time and space, as our appreciative garage philosophers assert. And finally, Weldon contemplates the bleak, organ-less musical landscape of today when we talk about “Come Home” (1:39:10), and Erik points out the literal heights the DC5 could reach, compared to the Liverpool losers.
Dave Clark, Senior Project Officer at Emergency Management Victoria, joins an "evolved" Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective podcast (new format for 2021!) and remembers overlay at the Olympic and Paralympic Family Hotel (recorded 30 December 2020). A breakdown of the episode is below.If you worked on the Games as a staff member, contractor or volunteer and want to share your story please email firstname.lastname@example.org.WARM UP00:26 - Introduction to our new format!02:44 - Argentine tango addictionPRELIMS06:03 - Desire for 202108:48 - Following Mr. Foster to SLOCQUARTERFINALS11:41 - Painting sessions15:01 - Coming up with the ideaSEMIFINALS17:38 - Bobsledding with JacquiFINALS24:05 - Shrug your shoulders25:27 - The unique challenges of OFH/PFHMIXED ZONE29:42 - ADITL of Dave Clark during Games-time32:50 - Softball at SLOCCOOL DOWN34:51 - Bradbury!37:28 - Three pieces of advice
Building A Long Term Songwriting Career with Dave Clark
In this episode of the Rustic Songbird Podcast, host Lydia Walker interviews living legend Dave Clark, about how he built a long term songwriting career. Dave shares stories from his journey as a writer, and encouragement for writers who want to make music their career.
S1. Ep#8 - SMS is dead, long live RCS. The future of business and enterprise messaging, with Dave Clark from BT
Conversations Worth Millions
Never heard of RCS? (Rich Communication Services) If you connect with your customers on mobile, you need to. Google thinks you should.Find out what it's all about with Dave Clark, business messaging lead at BT. In our chat we upack the messaging landscape, how to get inolved and where the opportunities lie. Dave is an expert in all things innovation - from iOT to AI, with a big focus on helping brands roll out RCS to their customers. We go into a range of important topics around the challenges, use cases, numbers and ROI and how RCS can be a game changer in sectors as diverse as healthcare and pizza delivery.This is a must listen, if you have even the remotest interest in how to keep communicating with your customers.Further info from the show;RCS bootcamp 2nd Dec 2020 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rcs-business-messaging-december-developer-bootcamp-with-bt-and-google-registration-127431104865 BT Smartmessaging informatkon: https://business.bt.com/products/corporate-voice/smart-messaging-for-large-business/ Detailed info and use cases for RCS: https://www.gsma.com/futurenetworks/rcs/ For more about Synthetic, conversational AI and business head over here
Theo Delaney is joined by the popular broadcaster Dave Clark who has been a familiar face to sports fans for over twenty years thanks to his work on Sky, latterly as the linchpin of their Darts coverage. A sufferer of Parkinson’s disease since 2011 he recently stepped down form his TV work but remains an indefatigable fundraiser for Parkinson’s UK and a generous mentor to fellow sufferers. He relives eight goals from the likes of Alan Clarke, Teddy Sheringham and John Sheridan and a string of eye popping stories from his distinguished career which include being pinned against a wall by a paranoid Paul Gascoigne a Buying giant bed from Kenny Everett. @daveclarkTV @theodelaney @LifeGoalsTDIf you’d like to contribute to Dave’s heroic fundraising efforts you can do so here:https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/david-clark85&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=david-clark85&utm_campaign=pfp-tweet&utm_term=0fab70863ef24205a42bebe212fe3db3 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mike Smith - Medley (1985) Mike Smith Marlboro Themes (?) I would guess 1980. 2004: Mike Smith, the lead singer of band the Dave Clark Five, has died of pneumonia at an English hospital, just weeks before the band was to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Smith, 64, was admitted to a hospital outside London on Wednesday morning with a chest infection resulting from complications of a 2003 spinal cord injury that had left him paralyzed from the waist down, his New York agent, Margo Lewis, said in a statement. His death came just two weeks before the Dave Clark Five - one of the leading bands of the 1960s British invasion - was due to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in two weeks. The Dave Clark Five, whose hits included Glad All Over and Bits and Pieces, were one of the first British bands to find major success in the United States after the Beatles. Mike Smith & Mike D'Abo - Free As A Bird (1976) Dave Clark Five - Fallout Shelter (1965) Dave Clark Five - Into Your Life (1971) Sal Mineo - PSA "Inside Your Insanity" Laughable anti-drug PSA. The Sonics - Don't You Just Know It (1965) Orig. hit by Huey (Piano) Smith & The Clowns Joy Fleming - Half-Breed (1973) The Kane Triplets - Theme Form Mission:Impossible (1968) The Kane Triplets were a pop music group made up of triplets Lucille, Jeanne and Maureen Kane. They are perhaps best known for their recording of the Theme from Mission: Impossible, which was released in 1968 by United Artists Records with vocals written by Fred Milano and Angelo D'Aleo of The Belmonts. On 30 January 2007, Jeanne Kane was murdered by her ex-husband and retired NYPD sergeant John Galtieri. Galtieri, who was (at the time) a manager at Quiznos, was sentenced to 25 years to life imprisonment for shooting Kane in a Staten Island parking lot. Which confirms my theory: DON'T EAT AT QUIZNOS!!! The Chocolate Tunnel - The Highly Successful Young Rupert White (1967) Moody Blues - Driftwood (1978) Evie Sands - Any Way That You Want Me (1969) Evie Sands - Lady Of The Night (1979) Evie Sands - One Fine Summer Morning (1969) Evie Sands - Wouldn't It Be Nice To Live Again (2007) Written by that wonderful broken soul Dennis Wilson. Link Wray - Ice People (1971) Link Wray - Snag (1979) Link Wray & Mordicai Jones - The Coca Cola Sign Blinds My Eyes (1971) Mordicai Jones was Link's piano/mandolin player Bobby Howard. Link Wray & Joey Welz - Listen To The Voices That Want To Be Free (1970) Ray Thomas - Didn't I (1976) Flautist from The Moody Blues did a solo record like all the other members did in 1976. Ray Thomas - Adam and I (1975) Or two. He was the Robin Gibb of the Moodies. Ray Thomas - Hey Mama Life (1975) The Whispers - A Mother For My Children (1974) The Whispers - Bingo (1974) The Whispers - I Only Meant To Wet My Feet (1971) The Gap Band - Fontessa Fame (1974)