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Real-world conversations about personal financial topics. Inspired by the fact that financial planning, investing, or retirement are all scary topics. 1200 N. Mayfair Rd, Ste. 300, Milwaukee, WI 53226 414-253-4600. Securities and investment advisory services offered through SagePoint Financial, Inc. (SPF), member FINRA (www.finra.org) SIPC (www.sipc.org). SPF is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of SPF. SPF does n ...
 
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This week the guys discuss games 3 and 4 vs PIT. An almost comeback and a complete disaster. Then good friend of the show Fitz joins the Breakaway to discuss the implications of a game like this, if they can push through and what went wrong. Pain.By Ryan Mead and Greg Kaplan
 
This week the guys discuss the entire PIT series, the refs, the game winners, game 7 and so much more. The Rangers head to Carolina for round 2. Then dear friend of the show Fitz joins the Breakaway for the 2nd week in a row to discuss the series 7 days later after a miserable episode of Blueshirts Breakaway and look ahead to the Canes, who showed …
 
After a long long long time, Ryan and Greg do their first playoff preview in 5 years, discuss the series, what's happened since and all in between leading up to this, how confident they are and what they expect. Then Jesse Marshall of The Athletic joins the Breakaway to discuss the upcoming NYR vs PIT series, is this the end of the PIT run, the goo…
 
This week the guys discuss staying healthy for the playoffs, scenario's for the first round, who they want to play, how to handle the last games and if this is a cup team Then Shayna Goldman of The Athletic joins the Breakaway to discuss first round match ups, NYR weaknesses and strengths, Igor's Hart case and much much more.…
 
We did a virtual bike racing podception with Rick Wenger of the No Breakaways Podcast joining to talk about virtual bike racing pod space, the state of Zwift racing, and his life as a pretty good Zwift racer. You can find No Breakaways on YouTube and Rick on Instagram @nobreakaways. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To supp…
 
This week the guys discuss Kakko's injury, how long it will actually keep him out, Laffy BUSTIN OUT and taking advantage of a situation, 5 star questions and much more Then Adam Stringham of Japers Rink Radio joins the Breakaway to discuss the Caps season, Ovi's goal question and their cup chances Finally Katie Caldwell of The Parleh stops by to di…
 
This week the guys discuss Strome being the missing piece, Gallant's shoot out decisions, a lackluster weekend but this team has proven time and time again that they can come back and they fight through Then Mollie Walker of the NY Post joins the Breakaway to discuss a bad loss vs the Isles, if Adam Fox is exhausted or the whole team for that matte…
 
Former collegiate and professional basketball player Mason Rocca has started a second career as a virtual bike racer. Rocca had a successful Echelon Racing League campaign this year and won the 2022 U.S. Virtual Racing National Championships. He joins the pod for the first edition of Fake Bikes, Real Basketball. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide…
 
This week the guys discuss the new look NYR, Strome's injury and some big time wins heading into the home stretch Then good friend of the show Fitz joins the breakaway to discuss 16 game players, the K'Andre Miller agenda, playoff aspirations and much much more.By Ryan Mead and Greg Kaplan
 
Rights and freedoms in Russia have been restricted to the point that the country is de facto under martial law. This is the conclusion of a new report authored by prominent human rights experts Pavel Chikov, head of the rights group Agora, and Damir Gainutdinov, head of the Net Freedoms Project. Indeed, against the backdrop of Moscow's month-long i…
 
[EXTRA CREDIT] A look inside the BUSINESS OF INNOVATION with Mark Schwartz and Nick Cucci - Thematic Investing Series In this special Thematic Investing Series episode, we go beyond buzzwords in the media with my guests, Mark Schwartz and Nick Cucci. Mark advises early-stage startups and co-founded PDT, a Chicago-based product development firm. Nic…
 
Five weeks ago, 25-year-old contract soldier Albert Sakhibgareyev was in Russia's Belgorod region, several miles from the Ukrainian border, where his brigade was "conducting training exercises." Sakhibgareyev says he and his fellow soldiers would fire "wherever they were ordered to," though what exactly they were firing at was unclear. According to…
 
In the first weeks after Vladimir Putin announced his "special military operation" and invaded Ukraine, tens of thousands of Russians flew to Georgia, despite there being no direct flights there from Russia. Many continued on to other countries, but about 12 thousand have stayed. One of those 12 thousand Russians, reports on what problems these Rus…
 
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the United States and European countries have imposed harsh sanctions against Russia in an attempt to force the country to halt its attacks and withdraw its troops. Russian citizens are already experiencing economic difficulties, including losing their jobs and businesses. Supporters of the sanctions conte…
 
Today, March 24, 2022, marks one month since Vladimir Putin ordered Russian troops to undertake a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. These four weeks have changed the country beyond recognition: Ukrainian cities -- from Kharkiv to Volnovakha, and Mariupol to Kherson -- have suffered widespread damage and destruction from bombardments; more than 3.6 mi…
 
Before the war came to Kharkiv, Pavel Dorogoy specialized in documentary and archival photography, and captured his hometown's architecture. Today, Pavel mainly works as a volunteer, but he continues to document life in the city during the war. In early March, he started taking photos and videos in the subway stations in one of Kharkiv's outlying n…
 
It's been 28 days since Russia went to war against Ukraine. And it's been 12 days since the public has laid eyes on Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu. Indeed, as first pointed out by Mediazona journalist Dmitry Treshchanin, Shoigu hasn't appeared in public or in the press since March 11. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/03/2…
 
Russia's war against Ukraine has been raging for almost a month. In that time, the UN Human Rights Office has recorded more than 2,510 civilian casualties in Ukraine: 953 people killed and 1,557 injured. The UN says the actual toll is much higher. During a press briefing on Wednesday, March 23, Meduza's correspondent asked Kremlin spokesman Dmitry …
 
Russia's war against Ukraine has gone on for almost a month now. As pressure from sanctions and other restrictions on the Russian economy grows, Russia's domestic situation is looking worse and worse -- despite the authorities' successful repression of the anti-war movement through threats and arrests. Meduza has learned of recent efforts by the Ru…
 
On March 18, 96-year-old Kharkiv resident Boris Romanchenko, who survived four Nazi concentration camps, died when his apartment was hit by a Russian shell. Romanchenko lived in North Saltovka, a district that's been under fire since the earlier days of the war. According to his granddaughter, his apartment building "burned down completely." Origin…
 
On March 20, mathematician Konstantin Olmezov died by suicide in Moscow. Originally from Donetsk, Olmezov moved to Russia to pursue a career as a mathematician. After Russia invaded Ukraine, Olmezov tried to leave the country, but was arrested and sentenced to administrative detention; after being released, he died by suicide. In his suicide note, …
 
Matt Gardiner is the founder of the Saris | NoPinz eRacing team and one of the most accomplished Zwift riders of all time, at least in terms of number of Ziles ridden. He joins the pod to talk about the state of virtual racing and of course, donuts. You can follow Saris | NoPinz on Instagram @saris.nopinz. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle…
 
War has completely changed the lives of millions of Ukrainians. While some fight for their country's freedom, millions have been forced to flee abroad as refugees. Others remain in their homes, struggling to survive in wartime conditions and waiting to reunite with their loved ones. Iryna Egorchenko is a 43-year-old community leader in Kyiv, whose …
 
Mariupol has been under siege for more than three weeks. More than 200,000 civilians remain trapped in the city, despite repeated attempts at evacuations. According to the Ukrainian authorities, around 20,000 Mariupol residents managed to flee through a humanitarian corridor on March 15. But a lucky few managed to get out of the city even earlier. …
 
Like other sectors of the Russian economy, the book market hasn't been spared the fallout from Moscow's war against Ukraine and the ensuing Western sanctions. Despite the fact that many competing forms of entertainment are now unavailable to people in Russia, there are few reasons for those in the book business to celebrate. For Meduza, literary cr…
 
This week the guys breakdown all the trade deadline moves, give Drury his due and fawn about the amazing wins from over the weekend Then Vince Mercogliano of Lohud joins the Breakaway to discuss the in's and outs of the deadline, Ryan Strome's place in the future of NYR, what other deals were NYR exploring and much much more.…
 
Kamran Manafly is a 28-year-old schoolteacher in Moscow. Or rather he was until recently, when he lost his job after refusing to follow state guidelines on how to discuss Russia's "special military operation in Ukraine" with students. The final straw for the administrators was a photograph Manafly shared on Instagram from an antiwar protest where h…
 
Working in exile, Alexey Navalny's team of anti-corruption activists have released a new investigation linking a $700-million superyacht to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The luxury vessel, officially registered to an offshore company in the Marshall Islands, is allegedly crewed by members of Russia's Secret Service (the FSO). Navalny's team pub…
 
Russian troops have been shelling Kharkiv nonstop for over three weeks now. The city's residential areas and historic center are completely destroyed, and necessities like food and medicines are difficult to come by. More than 100 civilians have been killed, while hundreds of thousands of others have fled the city. Meduza spoke to some of the peopl…
 
In early March, the Telegram channel ZaTelecom published several government documents, which seemingly hinted that the Russian authorities were preparing to disconnect the country from the "external" Internet. The authenticity of these memos has yet to be confirmed. At this writing, Russia remains connected to the global Internet -- but could the a…
 
As the war against Ukraine grinds on, Russia's state television networks continue to rack up resignations. Last week, Channel One employee Marina Ovsyannikova staged a one-person antiwar protest on a live news broadcast; special correspondent Zhanna Agalakova resigned from the network at the same time. Shortly after, Dmitry Likin, who has worked as…
 
On March 14, during a live broadcast on Russian state television network Channel One, a station employee named Marina Ovsyannikova ran out on stage behind the news anchor, unfurled an antiwar sign, and shouted antiwar slogans. After the broadcast, Ovsyannikova was immediately arrested; she was later convicted of participating in an unauthorized pro…
 
The war arrived in Kyiv on February 24, the day Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Three weeks later, what's happening on the front lines indicates that Moscow still hopes to take the Ukrainian capital -- Russian forces are still trying to encircle Kyiv (albeit unsuccessfully). Many of the city's residents have fled. Mayor Vitaly Kli…
 
Almost every weekday, Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov holds a briefing where he responds to questions from journalists, including those reporting from abroad like Meduza. Below is an excerpt from Peskov's briefing on March 17. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/03/18/the-traitors-will-disappear-on-their-own…
 
On March 16, Vladimir Putin held a meeting on "socioeconomic support measures for Russia's regions." At the beginning of the meeting, he gave a speech dedicated not just to the war but to a "fifth column" within Russian society -- "traitors" who have a "slavish mentality." Read Meduza's brief retelling of Putin's speech below. Original Article: htt…
 
On March 16, both RT and Radio Sputnik reported that a "founding congress" for "a new governing body" called the "Rescue Committee for Peace and Order" had been held in Ukraine's Kherson region. RT's reporting included a video that shows several people sitting at a table in the regional administration building; one man says that the "current region…
 
After three weeks of all-out war, Ukrainian officials have begun to show "a degree of cautious optimism" about the talks underway with Russia. On March 16, Ukrainian presidential advisor Oleksiy Arestovych even suggested that Kyiv "should reach an agreement with Russia now or within a week or two." In a special interview for Meduza, Kit journalist …
 
On Tuesday, March 15, the world learned of the deaths of two more journalists in Ukraine. Their car was shot at on March 14 in the village of Horenka, near Hostomel. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/03/18/three-weeks-inBy Nikolai Priser
 
The first photos and videos featuring Russian military vehicles with an unknown marking on their sides appeared on social media several weeks before the start of the war. Most often, it was the letter Z, either inside of a box or without it; there were also V's. The letters were most likely tactical markings referring to Russia's various military d…
 
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