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Freebies from The 1937 Flood, West Virginia's Most Eclectic String Band! The Flood, the Original Old Boy Band, has been around since the 1970s playing their own brand of mountain music, from blues and jugband to swing and traditional folk. These podcasts feature Flood Freebies, recordings captured on the fly, as it were, at the Flood's weekly jam sessions
 
Endoscopy Insights is a podcast devoted to conversations with thought leaders in flexible and single-use endoscopy. In each episode we’ll explore the ways different clinical and technological innovations are moving the field of endoscopy forward. Endoscopy Insights is brought to you by Single-Use Endoscopy, part of the Ambu Learning Center. Ambu has been bringing healthcare solutions of the future to life since 1937.
 
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We spent last night’s rehearsal polishing up the set list we’ll play at a very special event this weekend. We’ll be part of the wedding celebration near Cincinnati when Floodster Emeritus Michelle Lewis marries her beloved Rich Hoge. We’re invited to perform during the dinner tomorrow evening, and we can’t wait. We intend to open the set with this …
 
Episode 9 In The Stacks: The Library Podcast Mental Health Awareness Month with special guest Teah Williams-Hampton LCSW Mental illness is common in the United States. Nearly one in five U.S. adults live with a mental illness (52.9 million in 2020). Mental illness includes many different conditions that vary in degree of severity, ranging from mild…
 
Most of what we played in Ashland last week was rather rollicking when we gathered to jam with our tribal elder, Doug Chaffin. However, whenever you get this bunch together, you can’t count on just one type of music. Here is the most mellow moment of the evening, with Veezy, Doug and Danny listening to each other on a whole ‘nother level.…
 
Doctor Flood made a house call earlier this week. Our tribal elder, Doug Chaffin, has had a rough 2022 so far. Despite being double-vaxxed and boosted, Doug fought a rugged few rounds with Covid over the winter and he’s still recovering, so the Family Flood rode into Ashland last Tuesday night to visit him and Donna. The mission was to perk up thei…
 
A comprehensive review and analysis of adverse event reports involving flexible endoscopes filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration shows a marked increase for six types of scopes from 2014 through 2021. The analysis was undertaken by Dr. Larry Muscarella, president of LFM Healthcare Solutions and an independent safety expert who advises ho…
 
This song has been rattling around in the Floodisphere for a long time. Originally for us it was an instrumental. It became a Michelle Lewis special when the Chick Singer was still with the band. Then, when Michelle moved on, it looked like the tune might retire. But last night darned if it didn’t poke its head in the door and become of a fun vehic…
 
How Christian got interested in history and how he started working at the Howard Steamboat Museum The Howard Family History Who Really Built the Howard Family Home Why the Howard Family Home was Fire Resistant How it survived the 1937 Flood Technological Advancement of the Guilded Age When Did the Howard Family Home became a Museum Howard Steamboat…
 
Earlier this week, when Veezy and Danny created their own thoughtful impressions of this old Appalachian tune, they were also communing with the spirit of a Floodster they never met. It was more than 40 years ago that the late Roger Samples sat down in the Bowens’ kitchen one hot summer’s night and strung together the chords that would become The F…
 
A storm dumped three to five inches of rain in the Detroit metro area one day in June 2021, and a major flood forced a Michigan urology clinic to close. Urologists with Henry Ford Health System were forced to quickly pivot and take all their patients coming in for clinic appointments and procedures and push them to a downtown Detroit campus. Single…
 
This tune, which only a few years older than our band, by all rights ought to be The Flood’s theme song. The fact is, though, we’ve been doing it only about a dozen years or so, which is — well, “yesterday,” in FloodSpeak — but since then, we have embraced it. And in this, our latest rendition, we’re loving how Danny Cox and Veezy Coffman are just …
 
Jen Weidner sits down with Dan Canon, Civil Rights Lawyer and Author. They sit down and discuss Dan's newly released book Pleading Out: How Plea Bargaining Creates a Permanent Criminal Class They discuss: What inspired Dan to write this book and why it's important. How justice is actually dealt and how ordinary people can help The perfect timing of…
 
Women’s History Month Beginnings Local Celebrations Mobilizing a Movement Presidential and Congressional Support National Women’s History Month becomes official A discussion of not only women of national prominence, but also local legends as well. Interview w/Charletown Mayor Treva HodgesBy Jen Weidner & Demond Thompson
 
A micro-cost analysis published in Urology broke down per-procedural costs for cystoscopy and explored how single-use cystoscopes might provide a cost-effective option for providers. One of the authors of that study, Dr. Yair Lotan, is our guest on the newest episode of Endoscopy Insights and he walks us through his findings. Factors such as capita…
 
What a wonderful family the Coffmans are, a young household full of musicians and artists, students and teachers. We feel so fortunate to know them through the transformative music of their eldest. Each week 21-year-old Vaness Coffman’s playing takes our ears to brand new places. Now, when Veezy plays her solo jazz sets at venues around our area, s…
 
The Flood learned its version of this tune from the great Jim Kweskin’s jug band and its 1966 album for Vanguard called “Relax Your Mind.” At last night’s Flood rehearsal, we were doing just that, thank you very much. Here we’ve got Randy Hamilton killing in on the harmonies and double dips of scintillating solos by Sam St. Clair and Danny Cox. As …
 
What's happening this month at the library Love Your Heart and your Health: Black Health & Wellness w/ Dr. Giavonne Rondo 2/19 @ Noon Jeffersonville Library "Tracing African-American Ancestors in IN & KY w/Geneaologist Diane Stepro 2/10 @ 6p Clarkville Library African American History & Ancestry in Clark & Floyd Counties w/Geneaologist Diane Stepro…
 
If you were trying to make a graphic representation of a Flood rehearsal, your best model would probably be a crazy quilt. In the span of an hour or two, we go from rollicking jugband tunes and blues to re-imaged rock ’n’ roll classics of the ‘50s and ‘60s. And then suddenly: something completely different. Our Randy Hamilton has been doing “Wayfar…
 
Improving workflows to better meet your patients where they are — whether they find themselves in an ICU bed or at a satellite clinic — is something all patients and providers can be happy about. As we learn from two clinicians in this episode, when they have equipment that is portable, easily deployed, and does not require sterilization between us…
 
Ask our bass player Randy Hamilton to name his best friends on the planet and somewhere near the very top of that list will be Danny Cox. Now, we’ve been hearing ABOUT this marvelous guitar player for years now. But last night we final got to actually hear him, and oh my! From his Ironton, Ohio, home on a cold winter’s night, Danny tagged along wit…
 
Jen Weidner, Assistant Reference Librarian and local historian with the Jeffersonville Township Public Library is joined by guest co-host Vincent Thomas, Computer Lab and Training Specialist to discuss the 1937 Flood that changed Jeffersonville forever. They discuss: Just how much of Jeffersonville was flooded. Vincent explains his research about h…
 
Nineteen Twenty-Four was a golden year for George Gershwin. After more than a decade on pounding the pavement of New York’s Tin Pan Alley peddling his tunes, Gershwin composed his first major work — “Rhapsody in Blue” — and then that same year he and his brother, Ira, scored their first major hit on Broadway. The musical comedy “Lady Be Good,” whic…
 
New Orleans jazz pioneer Richard M. Jones wrote “Trouble in Mind” about a century ago, and singer Bertha “Chippie” Hill made it a hit with a 1926 recording that had Jones himself on piano and a youngster by the name of Louis Armstrong on cornet. Since then, of course, the song’s been recorded by everyone from Big Bill Broonzy to Dinah Washington an…
 
We’ve always loved this great old song -- now just about a century old — but we’ll be the first to tell you that there are some very hinky thing about our beloved tune. For one thing, hands down, the best known rendition of it is one of the earliest, the Columbia Records release by the great blues singer Bessie Smith. However, technically, the song…
 
Dr. Marybeth Spanarkel loved the “immediate gratification” in performing a colonoscopy or upper GI endoscopy and getting an immediate answer to a medical question. Unfortunately, she had to step away from the field after 28 years in private practice in Durham, North Carolina, after a career-ending neck injury that caused sudden paralysis in her rig…
 
From almost a decade ago — in the early spring of 2013 — here’s the late Joe Dobbs fiddling the last of the many tunes he taught us over his 40 years of playing with us. Now, Joe’s tune here is an old one — it goes back at least 300 years — called “South Wind,” an Irish aire that Joe learned from a nice lady in Beckley, WV. And like many a good Iri…
 
On this Christmas Eve, our gift to you is a beautiful old carol. Now, in our country, we often know it as “What Child Is This?” based on a Christmas verse that was written more than a century and a half ago. But its melody is even more deeply enshrined in our common human experience. In fact, think about it! This tune — “Greensleeves” — is one of t…
 
On this month's episode we take a look at the history of the library and what Jen remembers about coming to the library as a child. Resources July 8, 1967 (page 15 of 35). (1967, Jul 08). The Courier-Journal (1923-2001)Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1867258833?accountid=57507 Grady, D. (2017) Clarksville library to receive $1.8 …
 
Because of travel and all the usual holiday hullabaloo, we couldn’t work out a rehearsal this week, but that’s okay. The lull lets us pick up a tune that got left on the shelf earlier. Here from a gig last month at Heritage Station in downtown Huntington is an old 1950s Coasters number that we learned from folksinger Tom Rush’s treatment of it in t…
 
The mood of last night’s jam session was set before we even walked through the door, because our host, Doug Chaffin, had already gotten a good head start on an amble down memory lane when he dug out his mother’s old guitar. You’ll need some background here. In the 1940s, Doug grew up listening to — and then playing — string band music with his mom …
 
Have you ever notice that there’s magic in folk melodies, that they are both ancient and stunningly contemporary at the same time? But the magic’s more than that. Besides this wonderful timelessness, these well-worn melodies also seem to be almost universal in their emotional appeal. About a year ago when Vanessa Coffman first heard us noodling aro…
 
Hospitals that perform bronchoscopies can reduce readmission rates by over half, and potentially lower costs, by adopting single-use flexible bronchoscopes. That’s according to a new abstract that was submitted and presented at the recently completed CHEST 2021 annual meeting. The study examined the health outcomes of more than 14,000 patients who …
 
This month is Native American Heritage Month, and we take a look back at some of the earlier groups of people to settle in and around the area from the Adena to the Shawnees We also learn about Burial Mounds, and where recently one was destroyed. Music by Chris Smith Show Notes http://www.miamiindians.org/ Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana https:/…
 
A recent study conducted at Duke University Hospital and published in the Journal of Endourology found that a new single-use cystoscope demonstrated superior flexion and comparable optics to the reusable scopes already being used in a hospital urology department. Dr. Michael Lipkin, a urologist in Durham, North Carolina, and one of the study’s auth…
 
We are joined by Deputy fire chief of the Jeffersonville Fire Department, Jason Sharp, where he gives up some fire safety tips, and author Courtney Block discusses the supernatural in and around Jeffersonville, IN. Big Four Bridge Graves The Red Yeti The Ransom House Grisimore House Civil War Watering Hole Why so many in this area? Colgate IUS stor…
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration revealed in a letter to healthcare providers that it’s investigating numerous medical device reports describing patient infections and other possible contamination issues potentially associated with reprocessed urological endoscopes. Dr. Larry Muscarella delves into more detail on reprocessing best practices an…
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating “numerous” medical device reports (MDRs) describing patient infections and other possible contamination issues possibly associated with reprocessed urological endoscopes. Dr. Larry Muscarella, an independent safety expert who advises hospitals, manufacturers and the public about medical device …
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently updated a safety communication on reprocessing flexible bronchoscopes. In that update, the FDA recommends, among other things, that healthcare providers consider using single-use bronchoscopes when there is increased risk of spreading infection and when treating COVID-19 patients. To break down this an…
 
What are the challenges, and potential missteps, when it comes to reprocessing bronchoscopes, GI endoscopes and ureteroscopes? How have guidelines and standards evolved? And how has COVID-19 flipped the script when it comes to pursuing evidence-based strategies to eliminate infections related to endoscopes? We explore these questions and more with …
 
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