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Dr. Fred Opie, UNPACKING HISTORY TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE FUTURE
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This is a reboot of interviewed that aired. Host Fred Opie talks with wife and husband Jennifer and Adam Silva who were student-athletes at West Point Military Academy. They have a son who is a student athlete at West Point, and two younger children at home, one male one female. We delve into the recruiting process in light of decision-making ability of teenagers, setting reasonable club and tournament restrictions, concussions, gender differences in coaching youth sports, and the biological changes that happens in athletes between the ages of 13 and 20. I suggest the author interview below about the teenage brain. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieDr. Frances Jensen, The Teenage Brain: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/01/28/381622350/why-teens-are-impulsive-addiction-prone-and-should-protect-their-brains
Host Fred Opie talks with John Bayreuther Associate Director of Admissions at the Cardigan Mountain School about boarding schools, admissions, financial aid, sports, and what they offer students. Bayreuther explains why he is an advocate of reclassifying and his score board theory of US sports culture. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
This is part 3 of a 3 part series entitled Food in the African American Canon. Part 3 is an introduction to the field of food studies. Fred talks about the relationship of the field to his earlier research and publications. This audio series is a contribution to the study of literature, foodways, and African-American history. As you will hear I'm currently writing a book on the same subject; If you are an editor I'm still considering offers for the project. The book discusses places where food has been made, sold, and eaten¬ in important books in the African American literary canon: Twelve Years a Slave: Narrative of Solomon Northup…; Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass; Esteban Montejo, James Weldon Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man; Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man; Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God; James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son and No Name in the Street; Malcolm X's Autobiography; Toni Morrison’s Novel Beloved; Ntozake Shange, Sassafras, Cypress, and Indigo. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
This is part 2 of a 3 part series entitled Food in the African American Canon. In part 2 we discuss historical staples in southern cuisine and regional recipe and ingredient variations. We also provide an overview of the books in the series and provide a theory that explains why some authors have written so much about food in their work. The audio series is a contribution to the study of literature, foodways, and African-American history. As you will hear I'm currently writing a book on the same subject; If you are an editor I'm still considering offers for the project. The book discusses places where food has been made, sold, and eaten¬ in important books in the African American literary canon: Twelve Years a Slave: Narrative of Solomon Northup…; Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass; Esteban Montejo, James Weldon Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man; Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man; Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God; James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son and No Name in the Street; Malcolm X's Autobiography; Toni Morrison’s Novel Beloved; Ntozake Shange, Sassafras, Cypress, and Indigo. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieRelated LinkCult Fiction and Food: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08skykcFantastic Fiction and Fabulous Feasts https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05zg70hFood and Charles Dickens: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-42322936
This is part 1 of a 3 part series entitled Food in the African American Canon. In Part 1 we talk to a chef who prepared a menu based on historic recipes. The audio series is a contribution to the study of literature, foodways, and African-American history. As you will hear I'm currently writing a book on the same subject; If you are an editor I'm still considering offers for the project. The book discusses places where food has been made, sold, and eaten¬ in important books in the African American literary canon: Twelve Years a Slave: Narrative of Solomon Northup…; Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass; Esteban Montejo, James Weldon Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man; Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man; Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God; James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son and No Name in the Street; Malcolm X's Autobiography; Toni Morrison’s Novel Beloved; Ntozake Shange, Sassafras, Cypress, and Indigo Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
Historian Fred Opie looks at what he calls "Stumping and Eating." Opie says treating voters to food and drink in exchange for their vote on Election Day has a long history. This segment looks at how political meetings and campaign stops provides the opportunity for a candidate to identify with potential donors and voters and thereby gain their money and votes. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
IMG Lacrosse Coach, Syracuse Alum, and Hall of Famer Tom Marechek is one of the greatest finishers of all time and was a human highlight film. Marechek is the fifth leading college goal scorers in lacrosse history with 182 goals, a four-time All-American, and he played professional indoor and outdoor lacrosse. We unpack is lacrosse journey which began in Canada and launching a lacrosse startup and more today on the Fred Opie Watch the unabridged Facebook Live Interview on Fred's page. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieKevin Alexander: https://soundcloud.com/fredopieshow/part-1-hall-of-famer-kevin-alexander-part-2-gordon-corsetti-understanding-depressionDave Huntley: https://soundcloud.com/fredopieshow/remembering-dave-huntley-1957-2017Chris Bates: https://soundcloud.com/fredopieshow/premier-league-coach-chris-bates-make-time-to-thinkBill Miller: https://soundcloud.com/fredopieshow/hobart-alum-and-hall-of-famer-bill-millers-favorite-urickisms
3 Tips For Raising Your GPA

3 Tips For Raising Your GPA

2019-08-2900:24:17

Simple strategies improve your GPA from a college professor who shares secrets of the profession and the inside scoop on what professors like and don't like. Learn how to dress for success, time management, and more. Fred has been a college professor for almost 2 decades and he was a student athlete at Syracuse University. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
History of The Cake Walk

History of The Cake Walk

2019-08-2600:02:24

The Cake Walk, an interview from the defunct show the Chef's Table on NPR station WHYY in Philadelphia. First aired on A Chef's Table, WHYY, July 11, 2011Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
This is an excerpt of a talk I gave at the Institute for Advance Study in Princeton, New Jersey on The similarities between African cooking and Jazz. Improvisation is creating as you go along. Jazz musicians play by ear and from printed music, and then they improvise or give solos. Similarly, so do cooks particularly those of West and Central African heritage on the continent and throughout the Americas. These cooks come from cultures steeped in oral histories in which griots taught a communities’ history from one generation to the other. Recipes passed from one generation to another in a similar way; from one woman to another woman, from one generation to another generation. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieInstitute For Advanced Studies: https://www.ias.edu/calendar?cat[0]=2166&page=1
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