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Best Alexandra Cutler podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Alexandra Cutler podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In this podcast hosted by model Ali Tate, we will interview people at the top of their fields about how to live in balance mentally, physically and spiritually. Every episode Ali interviews amazing people about self love, spirituality, health and nutrition, healing, body positivity and more! This podcast will give you sound advice on how to live your best and most conscious life.
 
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In this episode we sit down with a professional, certified, cuddler named Cecelia. Cecelia is a student who pays her bills cuddling people. Yes, cuddling. We have become an isolated society with the help of electronic devices, headphones, in-home entertainment options like Netflix and Hulu, and online gaming. Human touch has become harder for many.…
 
The Love You Give talks to Renee King-Sonnen of Rowdy Girl Sanctuary about a baby calf that made her and her rancher husband go vegan, and how they turned their ranch into an animal sanctuary. @rowdygirlsanctuary https://rowdygirlsanctuary.org/renees-vegan-transformation/By Ali Tate Cutler
 
The Love You Give talks to shaman Anahata Ananda about shamanism, the best healing modalities, and breathwork. ShamangelicHealing.com http://shamangelic.pages.ontraport.net/FreeGift_Ali_Cutler www.facebook.com/shamangelichealing www.instagram.com/anahataananda www.youtube.com/ShamangelicHealingBy Ali Tate Cutler
 
Joan Myers Brown is a Philadelphia icon. She has done more for the world of dance in Philadelphia than anyone and she’s our guest on this episode. Ms. Brown was born in Southwest Philly during the 1930’s. She’s a self-proclaimed “Woodland Avenue Girl.” A high school gym teacher saw her natural talent for dance and... The post Joan Myers Brown: The …
 
The Love You Give talks to founder of SHIM, Project Remember, and facilitator of Medi Club about her childhood that made her thrifty, the science behind sound and meditation, and what happens when you don't want your dreams anymore. @itsjackiecantwell @medimediclubBy Ali Tate Cutler
 
Anthony Moore has been doing comedy for less than a decade, but his resume is better than plenty of veterans on the Philly comedy scene. The St Joe’s graduate has appeared on Kevin Hart’s show Hart of the City, become a regular at the Comedy Cellar, and traveled throughout Europe entertaining the armed forces. The... The post Anthony Moore: West Ph…
 
Philadelphia is not a city of celebrities. It’s a city of legends. And we were lucky enough to sit down with one of the biggest legends of all. Jerry Blavat grew up in South Philly, and by age 13 he was a star dancer on the original (pre Dick Clark) American Bandstand. A few years later,... The post Jerry Blavat: Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Geator w…
 
The Love You Give talks to supermodel, mother and TV host Denise Bidot about her life as a curvy Latina struggling to get into show biz to her super successful career as a plus size model, mother and TV host. @denisebidotBy Ali Tate Cutler
 
Working a lucrative but soul-sucking corporate job in Philadelphia in the mid-90s, Rich Medina knew he wanted more from his life. He had been moonlighting as a DJ, and decided to go all in. It was a risky proposition. But it was one that ultimately paid off, as 25 years later is one of the... The post Rich Medina: Philly’s World Renown DJ & Produce…
 
There are few bars in Philadelphia that are as universally beloved as Dirty Frank’s. Located on the corner of 13th and Pine since 1933, it is a veritable Philadelphia institution. No-one understands that better than current co-owner Jody Sweitzer, who has worked at Frank’s since 1992 and owned it for the eight years. We talked... The post Dirty Fra…
 
The Love You Give talks to ordained minister, filmmaker, author and host of Inspo Rising podcast about his life journey, self soothing behaviors that enable us, overcoming lies we tell ourselves, and the power of gratitude. @insporising @jdavidtrotter https://www.launchyourself.today/By Ali Tate Cutler
 
This episode is tailor-made for any fan of true crime. George Anastasia probably knows more about the Philly Mafia than any other civilian. He covered the Philly Mob and local organized crime for over thirty years for the Philadelphia Inquirer and is currently doing video updates with Dave Schratwieser for PhillyVoice.com. George discussed how a...…
 
This Episode we sit with Ange Branca owner-chef of Sate Kampar on East Passyunk. Ange tells her story of growing up in a small village in Malaysia and coming to the states to pursue a career in business. Unable to find any authentic Mayalsian restaurants in the area and growing disinterested in the corporate world,... The post Ange Branca – Bringin…
 
It’s not often that we interview a guest a few hours after their arrest, but then again, Cheri Honkala is the only guest we’ve had who’s been arrested over 200 times. Quite possibly Philly’s biggest badass, Honkala simply refuses to take no for an answer from our largely ineffectual local government, which has done nothing... The post Cheri Honkala…
 
The Love You Give talks to author, speaker, writer and coach Aaron Rose about how his isolating experiences as a child lead him to helping others through trauma release and compassion. We talk compassion being the antidote to callout culture, how quantum physics is beginning to prove ancient spiritual concepts, and our mutual love for Harry Potter.…
 
The Love You Give talks to author of the Unlonely Planet and The Joy List about the conditions of loneliness, how to find your community, the power and magic of rituals, and ways to find connection outside of religion. thatjillian.com https://joylist.nyc/ @thatjillianBy Ali Tate Cutler
 
This episode we bring you a little culture and coolness. Alexandra Cutler-Fetkewicz was a bit of a child prodigy on the violin. She landed at the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester where she eventually earned a Masters degree. A drunk driver almost ended her career. Ironically, it was a grandchild of the founder... The post Alexandra …
 
What do you do if you’re a chef and you open a restaurant that is named Best in Philly and your burger wins Best of Philly? You bail out and open a coffee truck, obviously. That’s exactly what Jonny Mac did. He’s the co-founder of Rival Bros Coffee and he’s our guest on this episode.... The post Jonny Mac – He left it all for a truck and some beans…
 
This is Ben Franklin like you’ve never heard him, obviously. As part of the Philadelphia Podcast Festival, we sat down with Philly most famous and accomplished resident at the National Liberty Museum for our first-ever recording in front of a live audience. Don’t be afraid. This isn’t a boring history lesson. This is Benjamin Franklin... The post B…
 
The Love You Give talks to best selling author, meditation expert, and transformational coach Sah D Simone about his journey from addiction in the fashion industry to traveling the world and learning from masters of spirituality. We talk about how trauma can come from your ancestors, which meditations can heal those traumas, and how nutrition is so…
 
The Love You Give talks to Katie Wilcox, owner of Natural Models La and founder of Healthy is the New Skinny about facing criticism as a woman in business, how influencers should be held to higher standards, why speaking your truth is important, and aliens. https://www.healthyisthenewskinny.com/new-page-1 @katiehwilcox…
 
Elijah Milligan is a chef on a mission. While running his restaurant Stove and Tap in Lansdale, PA, he’s also seeking to shine a light on the skills and accomplishments of African-American chefs in town. He runs a pop-up cooking event called Cooking for Culture, that features local African-American chefs showcasing their skills in various... The po…
 
He paved the way for rappers to tour Europe while managing Schoolly D and made Cypress Hill, Kris Kross, The Fugees, Wyclef Jean, and Lauryn Hill household names. He is Chris Schwartz, Co-Founder of Ruffhouse Records, which sold over one hundred million records worldwide throughout the 1990’s. Chris has a new book out called, Ruffhouse:... The post…
 
John Bolaris was a rock star in Philadelphia from 1990 through the early 2000’s. He wasn’t actually a rock star, but a meteorologist with rock star status. He ran in circles with professional athletes and dated models and playmates, all while being the 3rd highest paid meteorologist in the United States. John is currently a... The post John Bolaris…
 
John Bolaris was a rock star in Philadelphia from 1990 through the early 2000’s. He wasn’t actually a rock star, but a meteorologist with rock star status. He ran in circles with professional athletes and dated models and playmates, all while being the 3rd highest paid meteorologist in the United States. John is currently a... The post John Bolaris…
 
This episode is quite unique. We were set up to record on the third floor at The Raven Lounge on Sansom Street. Our guest never showed. Just as we were about to call it a night, in walked a woman who said they double-booked the third floor and she was there to take some photographs.... The post Marissa the Total Stranger: California, Comedy, and Ca…
 
She’s sold over 13 MILLION BOOKS. She’s had a book turned into a movie starring Cameron Diaz. She has championed for women authors to receive the same attention as their male counterparts, and she’s stood for her beliefs, almost to the detriment of her young career. She is the New York Times #1 Bestselling Author... The post Jennifer Weiner: Philly…
 
She’s sold over 13 MILLION BOOKS. She’s had a book turned into a movie starring Cameron Diaz. She has championed for women authors to receive the same attention as their male counterparts, and she’s stood for her beliefs, almost to the detriment of her young career. She is the New York Times #1 Bestselling Author... The post Jennifer Weiner: Philly…
 
When one thinks of the face of Philly beer, Tom Kehoe’s large, happy, face usually comes to mind. He’s the owner and face of Yards Brewing Company, Philadelphia largest brewery. A Haddonfield native, Tom started brewing beers with a hot-plate in his dorm room at Western Maryland University—now known as McDaniel College. While in college,... The pos…
 
She’s performed with The Roots. She has recorded five albums. She’s a 2018 Pew Fellowship Award-winner. She’s Philly’s Queen of Poetry and don’t dare call her a “Spoken Word Artist”. She is Ursula Rucker. Ursula Rucker was born and raised in Philly by parents she referred to as “Nicetown Gangster meets South Philly girl” in... The post Ursula Rucke…
 
The Love You Give talks to actress and filmmaker Kelly Noonan Gores off the back of her documentary on Netflix called 'Heal'. We talk about the healing power of belief, taking your health into your own hands, and the best ways to stave off sickness and heal from it when its there. http://healdocumentary.com/about.html Heal is available on Netflix. …
 
In this episode of The Philly Blunt, we sit down with the elusive Philadelphia Inquirer Food critic, Craig LaBan. Craig is probably the most powerful person in the Philly food scene as his reviews can often make or break a restaurant. Craig is a true Philly man of mystery. His identity remain unknown, although... The post Craig LaBan: Philly’s Food…
 
He may be Philadelphia’s most notorious chef. Legend has it that he’s yelled at customers for ordering dishes such as Sweet and Sour Chicken, and even kicked out diners. He came to the US from Taiwan at the age of 13. As the only Asian in his school, he was often bullied. He’s lived in... The post Han Chiang: Philly’s Most Outrageous Restaurant Own…
 
The Love You Give talks to seventh generation tantric yogi Chandresh Bhardwaj about what it was like to grow up with a guru father, His Holiness Shree Chamunda Swami, as well as how to use all emotions to enter the divine, and how meditation can overcome addiction. http://cbmeditates.com/about @cbmeditates…
 
Helium Comedy Club named him Philly’s Phunniest comedian and he recently had the #1 album on the iTunes Comedy Charts. He just returned to Philly from working as a writer on a new Howie Mandel television project. He is Philly’s own Chip Chantry. Chip, a former elementary school teacher, now works full-time as a comedian. Starting... The post CHIP C…
 
Ballerinas, according to the NY Times, may be the hardest working people in show business. In an effort to gain insight into the intimidating and grueling world of ballet, The Philly Blunt sat down Lillian DiPiazza, a world-class ballerina and a Principal dancer with the Pennsylvania Ballet, located here in center city. Lillian, or Lilly... The pos…
 
The 5th of 13 kids in a family that had no adult guidance, Maleek Jackson found himself in trouble early and often. Drug dealing, burglary, B&E, as he says, “I did it all except rape and murder.” At age 16, he was tried as an adult and sent to prison on an 8 to 16... The post Maleek Jackson: An extraordinary Tale of Incarceration to Inspiration app…
 
The Love You Give talks to clean skin care founder Annya Santana of Menos Mas about what its like to be an Afro-Latina in wellness, which is a community that doesn't have many people of color, and she gives tips on how to partake in that world for someone who does not know how. @annyasantana @menos.mas https://www.menos-mas.com/…
 
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