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Take Two with Betsy Broadman and her guest Jeff Arch

Podcasting brings people together and as the song goes, “People who need People, are the Luckiest People in the World!”
I am truly blessed and lucky to have met Betsy Broadman through a group of very supportive women including Amy Ferris, Sheila Weller, Sherry Amatenstein – Betsy loves to talk to people and learn from others and I share the excitement in having a conversation and connecting with another human being.  Too often we only listen to answer but this podcast is different we listen to hear, learn, and enjoy!

HOPE like LOVE can bring us TOGETHER

Enjoy each moment

“You are too concerned with what was and what will be.
There is a saying:
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.”
― Author unknown

Help NewClevelandRadio.net Grow

Help us make newclevelandradio.net your source for Podcasting.

In May 2022, we will be starting our 6th year as newclevelandradio.net.  Prior to 2017 both my son, Alex and I podcasted both independently as well as through other small podcasts groups in the Cleveland area.  However, a small financial inheritance from Alex’s Baube (grandmother), my mother, provided us with some capital to create newclevelandradio.net.  The concept was to bring Sports and Story Telling to a new level.  We chose not to be a cookie-cutter venue, we still claim we are bringing our authentic selves to the platform.

Within months of starting up, newclevelandradio.net Alex took a position with one of his favorite Sports Teams in Ohio, slowly removed himself from podcasting with us, and handed over the reins to me.  I began with a number of grassroots podcasters and have continued to grow the brand in and outside of Cleveland, Ohio – #WERNOTJUSTCLEVELAND.

We are streaming on just about every service available as well as on Youtube for those that want an up-close and personal look at.  We offer what the listener wants to hear and our theme for 2022 is HOPE.

Immune System

While prednisone is not a stimulant, however, it is making me anxious and odd.  I am less tired but I feel as if my brain just does not want to function in the manner in which I would like.  However, I am taking it along with another medication to combat the effects of Lichen Planus.  I have been dealing with this malady for years and although once in treatment, it is now twice over the ten years this disease has invaded my mouth!  Since you can’t see it and I have obligations to myself and others you may not even notice that I am hurting 24/7.  The problem with silent illnesses is that you the community assume that I am running on all cylinders and although I try to be the SuperWoman of my body, sometimes I have to admit I need help.

I may be a woman but SuperWoman sometimes leaves and I am left alone to face the pain well not letting on to you…However, it is important to communicate what may be affecting those that are in your group.  If we don’t use words of explanation not only will we be misunderstood, we will be left to our inner voices that often are not friendly.  However, if those unfriendly thoughts are ours why aren’t we changing the tone of the dialogue.

Ponder on this!

From My Brother Gary via the Pen of Gene Wilder, ru in shlum (Rest in Peace)

A Yiddish Poem – by Gene Wilder

If you can understand this, you:
(a) Are probably as old as I am
(b) Have a good worldly education
(c) Are Jewish
(d) Grownup with a Bubbe living with you, or close by…
(e) all of the above
Yiddish was the secret code, therefore I don’t farshtaist,
A bisseleh maybe here and there, the rest has gone to waste.
Sadly when I hear it now, I only get the gist,
My Bubbe spoke it beautifully; but me, I am tsemisht.
So oi vei as I should say, or even oy vai iz mir,
Though my pisk is lacking Yiddish, it’s familiar to my ear.
And I’m no Chaim Yonkel , in fact I was shtick naches,
But, when it comes to Yiddish though, I’m talking out my tuchas.
Es iz a shandeh far di kinder that I don’t know it better
(Though it’s really nishtgefelecht when one needs to write a letter).
But, when it comes to characters, there’s really no contention,
No other linguist can compete with honorable mentshen:
They have nebbishes and nebechels and others without mazel,
Then, too, schmendriks and schlemiels, and let’s not forget schlemazel.
These words are so precise and descriptive to the listener,
So much better than “a pill” is to call someone ‘farbissener’.
Or – that a brazen woman would be better called Choleria,
And you’ll agree farklempt says more than does hysteria.
I’m not haken dir a tshainik and I hope I’m not a kvetch,
But isn’t mieskeit kinder, than to call someone a wretch?
Mitten derinnen, I hear Bubbe say, “It’s nechtiker tog, don’t fear,
To me you’re still a maven, zol zein shah, don’t fill my ear.
A leben ahf dein keppele, I don’t mean to interrupt,
But you are speaking narishkeit…..
And …A gezunt auf dein kop!”

L’Shana Tova

I am sharing something I heard today

Always looking for new podcasters and or guests!

In July 2018 I had the opportunity to interview the Kingston Trio.  Growing up in the 50s, 60s and being a young adult in the 70s their music genre was one I appreciated and the songs they wrote and performed were songs by many of us sang at school, summer camp, and around the bond fires when someone took out their guitar and led us through them.  As a younger person, I never thought I would ever have the ability to meet them, let alone talk to them about their music, but now I will for the second time.  https://www.spreaker.com/user/10697139/the-kingston-trio-live-7-12-18

For me, success is not counted in money – but the opportunities that I have to connect with special people. https://www.kingstontrio.com/

 

 

 

 

 

THE BELL TELEPHONE HOUR — Episode 1 — Aired 10/09/1959 — Pictured: The Kingston Trio: (l-r) Dave Guard, Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds (Photo by NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

The original Trio consisted of Dave Guard, Bob Shane, and Nick Reynolds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s Trio:

Mike Marvin – Taken in as part of the Nick Reynolds family as a teenager, Mike learned his music ropes at the foot of Nick Reynolds, his late “adopted father.”

Tim Gorelangton –  was born in Hawaii, just like Bob Shane and Dave Guard. His father was an Air Force pilot and the family lived all over the United States.  “Tim’s main goal is to ensure that the group’s music remains true to its original intentions. He’s the Trio’s Chief Musical Director, arranger, and cat wrangler.”

Don Marovich is from Gary, Indiana has had a very successful career in music and notes he was discovered by The Limeliters and was hired to be their tenor, and now is the tenor in the TRIO that makes me smile as the good old days are still here when they perform!

newclevelandradio.net welcomes JFTSOI – this is a joint website!

newclevelandradio.net has welcomed JFTSOI to join our website page.  As you may know, newclevelandradio.net is not just podcasting as we are not just Cleveland.  We offer a multitude of services including building website designs for YOU at a minimal cost as well as provide maintenance and upkeep to provide awareness to your site.  Websites can get Stahl unless they are updated and relevant.  JFTSOI has been maintained by us and most recently to assist with expenses of website development and more we have chosen to share the site and now you will see some diversity to the site.

Here are a few of the other sites we have built and are maintaining.  If you have any questions or would like a quote on our designs please contact Karen at newclevelandradio@gmail.com

 

 

http://www.kyaks.guru/

 

http://postcoffeeprewine.com/

http://theintentionalitygurus.com

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