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A podcast for outdoor lovers and hikers. Each week we'll be asking hikers questions about hiking and their adventures in the outdoors. Guests are asked open ended questions about their experiences hiking and we finish with a speed round of This or That questions all related to hiking. New episodes every week.
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Nick Bowman presents The Future Underground Show. Listen and download the monthly show here on Podomatic. Previous guests on the show include: Sasha, Mauro Picotto, Ellen Allien, Audio Injection, Cari Lekebusch, Joel Mull, Alan Fitzpatrick, Gary Beck, Nic Fanciulli, Paul Woolford, Mark Broom, DJ Dextro, Deepgroove, Thomas Schumacher, Heckmann, Electric Rescue, Israel Toledo, Tom Hades, Dolby D, Stefano Noferini, Daniel Portman, Hobo, Hans Bouffmyhre, Markantonio, Fabio Neural, Kai Randy Mich ...
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This podcast is SoCal Hyphen’s very own Hub for anything Hyphen related. Hosted by Carleón Wilson, this podcast will range from interviews to devotions to the chronicling of major hyphen events. Follow us @socalhyphen
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SPINNING IT

Anthony "Nippy" Ames, Chris Hixson, & Kyle Rowley

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SPINNING IT is a podcast about the road from high school football to the NCAA, the NFL, and Canton…and anywhere in between. What does it take to raise a healthy, grounded player in this day and age? What lessons in leadership are mission-critical for helping players thrive on and off the field? Each week, Anthony “Nippy” Ames, Chris Hixson and Kyle Rowley chat with experts, athletes, and coaches from all levels of the game, and take your calls on everything from college recruiting to strikin ...
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Our finger is always on the pulse of the healthcare industry, medical innovations and politics. So-much-so that we continue to scoop local and national media sometimes by weeks, months or years. 10 years into programming "American Medicine Today" remains at the forefront covering controversial issues within medicine and politics, along with a good mix of seriousness and laughter. Featuring cutting edge science and medical innovation, touching personal stories from recovery of pain, along wit ...
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With all of these great ideas growing all over Manila, it’s only fair to give all of that talent and potential an avenue to learn, network and eventually, find an opportunity to grow. International Start Up Meetings (ISUM) aims to do just that. ISUM has been bringing together startups, professionals, business-owners, mentors and investors since 2011. From the launch in Paris and through other exciting destinations such as Vienna, Lima and Mexico, ISUM has been a platform for entrepreneurs fr ...
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Central Coasting : Weekly on a Friday morning 0700-0900 AEST www.orbital-radio.com Warming sounds broadcast from the Central Coast NSW. Loosely inspired by the beautiful place I live. Music for the beach, a boat, somewhere outdoors or just to lift your vibration. The music speaks for itself. A genre-defying mix of global rhythms aimed to soothe, move and intrigue. Ambient tones. Laidback Balearic influenced obscurities and rarities. Many shades of Hip-Hop. Classic and modern disco edits. Dub ...
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What's Up Cuz?

Lisa Valastro & Erica Spera

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Cousins Lisa Valastro (Cake Boss) and Erica Spera (Comedian) sit down to share family stories from behind the scenes of the Cake Boss family. Join us like it's sunday dinner as we answer fan emails about life, love, and of course family. Don't miss out on what happens when the cameras stop rolling. Email us: whatsupcuzpod@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whatsupcuz/support
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Marketing and growing your business is hard. There is conflicting advice and tips that simply don't work. Or worse, cost you money and time.In the ClearBrand Academy Podcast we take the mystery out of marketing and help you get more leads and sales with a clear brand and proven marketing tactics. Our goal is to provide you with the best marketing advice based on data. Not opinions. Not guesses. Hard, measurable data.It's better to learn from the mistakes of others rather than making them you ...
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Ian Pace is a pianist, musicologist and Professor of Music, Culture and Society at City, University of London. This is his third appearance on the Samuel Andreyev Podcast. IAN PACE’S WEBSITE https://ianpace.com/ SUPPORT THIS PODCAST Patreon Donorbox SAMUEL ANDREYEV’S NEW ALBUM https://divineartrecords.com/recording/samuel-andreyev-in-glow-of-like-s…
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In this highly original book Land Expropriation in Ancient Rome and Contemporary Zimbabwe: Veterans, Masculinity and War (Bloomsbury, 2022), Dr. Obert Bernard Mlambo offers a comparative and critical examination of the relationship between military veterans and land expropriation in the client-army of the first-century BC Roman Republic and veteran…
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In this week's episode we have our first in-person interview in quite some time, I sit down with another local hiker from Yakima, his name is Kyle and you can follow on Instagram on his own podcast channel, @ourtravelexperiencespodcast Kyle shares with us some of his favorite hikes in and around Central Washington. We learn about how a trip to Euro…
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A NEW BOOK FROM A RENOWNED PHYSICIAN EXPLAINS WHY THE TRADITIONAL PSYCHIATRIC MODEL IS FLAWED AND ALSO PROMOTES THE USE OF “OFF-LABEL MEDICATIONS” (WHICH THE FDA DOES NOT LIKE). WE SPEAK WITH PAUL D. CORONA, MD. – BETTER KNOWN AS THE “DOCTOR FOR DEPRESSION” AND AUTHOR OF: “THE CORONA PROTOCOL”.By NewsRadio WFLA (WFLA-AM)
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"Fascism" is a word ubiquitous in our contemporary political discourse, but few know about its roots in the ancient past or its long, strange evolution to the present. In ancient Rome, the fasces were a bundle of wooden rods bound with a leather cord, in which an axe was placed—in essence, a mobile kit for corporal or capital punishment. Attendants…
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Today I talked to Mara Josi about her new book Rome, 16 October 1943: History, Memory, Literature (Legenda, 2023). Rome. Saturday 16 October 1943. This is where and when the largest single round-up and deportation of Jews from Italy happened. 1259 people were arrested by the German occupiers and gathered in a temporary detention centre for two days…
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In this week's episode we’re heading down to Bakersfield, CA to talk to a returning guest from the Caminatas y Micrófonos episodes. His name is Jonathon and he’s the founder and creator of Outdoor Adventures+, you can follow him on Instagram, @__juanflowers__ Jonathon shares with us his personal hiking journey and experiences, the origin story of O…
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In this episode of International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey interviews Marla Stone, a historian of Italian fascism at Occidental College, on the resurgence of the far right in Italy. The conversation delves into the origins of this resurgence and how Italy, a fairly homogeneous society, became a recipient of hundreds of thousand migrants, a…
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There is a popular notion that the Italian armed forces of the Second World War were an inferior fighting force. Despite the vast numbers taken prisoner, detailed studies of the experiences of these soldiers remain relatively uncommon and the value of this group to furthering our understanding of the Italian experience of war under Fascism is also …
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A NEW BOOK DETAILS HOW THE AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM IS UNDER ATTACK BY THE IDEOLOGICAL LEFT WHO ARE QUICKLY TRANSFORMING OUR CAMPUSES INTO SOMETHING ENTIRELY UNRECOGNIZABLE. WE SPEAK WITH DAVID R. BARNHIZER, PROFESSOR OF LAW EMERITUS AT CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY AND AUTHOR OF: “CONFORMITY COLLEGES: THE DESTRUCTION OF INTELLECTUAL CREATIVITY AND D…
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A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS SPARKED BY SOCIAL MEDIA TOOK CENTER STAGE RECENTLY AS THE CHIEF EXECUTIVES OF FIVE BIG TECH COMPANIES WERE GRILLED BY LAWMAKERS ABOUT THE POTENTIAL HARM THEIR PRODUCTS HAVE ON TEENS. WE SPEAK WITH DR. ANTHONY ANZALONE, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST AT STONY BROOK MEDICINE.By NewsRadio WFLA (WFLA-AM)
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Though commonly used today to identify a polity that lasted for over a millennium, the label “Byzantine empire” is an anachronism imposed by more recent generations. As Anthony Kaldellis explains in Romanland: Ethnicity and Empire in Byzantium (Harvard University Press, 2019), this has contributed to the denial of the ethnic identity that most deni…
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In this week's episode we’re heading to Southern Oregon to talk with an incredible hiker and waterfall chaser, her name is Tana and you can follow her on Instagram, @fallsintolove Tana shares with us how she first got waterfall chasing not just in Oregon but all across the West. She also shares with us some of her favorite waterfalls, including tho…
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On October 1922 Mussolini became head of the Italian government, a situation that would last for twenty years. That power was obtained was largely due to the widespread violence perpetrated by blackshirts throughout Italy (squadristi). Violence however did not end. Old and new blackshirts played a major role in making Italy a fascist country. Contr…
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STROKE VICTIMS WHO LOST THE USE OF AN ARM HAVE REGAINED MOBILITY, FOLLOWING A REVOLUTIONARY SPINAL CORD STIMULATION TREATMENT. WE SPEAK WITH DR. MARCO CAPOGROSSO, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE SPINAL CORD STIMULATION LABORATORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH.By NewsRadio WFLA (WFLA-AM)
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THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM WAS RECENTLY HELD IN SWITZERLAND AND SOME OF THE BIGGEST “BUZZ” SURROUNDING THE EVENT CONCERNED THE NAME OF ONE OF THE SESSIONS: “PREPARING FOR DISEASE X.” SO WHAT IS “DISEASE X”? WE SPEAK WITH DR. NAOMI WOLF, AUTHOR OF: “FACING THE BEAST: COURAGE, FAITH AND RESISTANCE IN A NEW DARK AGE.”…
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Neil Bernstein's The Complete Works of Claudian (Routledge, 2022) offers a modern, accurate, and accessible translation of Claudian's work, published in English for the first time since 1922, and accompanied by detailed notes and a comprehensive glossary. Claudian (active 395-404 CE) was the last of the great classical Latin poets. His best-known w…
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In this week's episode we’re heading back to my home state of Washington to talk to an amazing hiker from the PNW, her name is Daniela and you can follow her on Instagram, @petrichor_dc Daniela shares with us some of the incredible places she's been able to explore both in Washington and Oregon. We learn about some of her favorite waterfalls in the…
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In this first environmental history of Italian fascism, Marco Armiero, Roberta Biasillo, and Wilko Graf von Hardenberg reveal that nature and fascist rhetoric are inextricable. Mussolini's Nature explores fascist political ecologies, or rather the practices and narratives through which the regime constructed imaginary and material ecologies functio…
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In this week's episode we’re heading back to the Midwest to talk to an incredible hiker from Ohio. His name is Fergie and you can follow him on Instagram, @ohioearthwalker Fergie shares with us some of the incredible places in and around Ohio, including Hocking Hills State Park and the numerous rock formations and ledges you can find throughout the…
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WITH THE ELECTION RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER, SOME EXPERTS FINDS IT DISTURBING THAT WE STILL HAVEN’T LEARNED OUR LESSON FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND WARN THAT WE MIGHT SEE A REPEAT OF 2020. WE SPEAK WITH DR. MICHAEL SCHWARTZ, OWNER & OPERATOR OF 3 MEDICAL CLINICS AND AUTHOR OF: “FAUCI’S FICTION: THE BOOK ON COVID.”…
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OHIO VOTERS RECENTLY APPROVED A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT THAT ENSURES ACCESS TO ABORTION, DESPITE THE SUPREME COURT RULING OVERTURNING ROE V. WADE LAST YEAR. SO WILL OTHER STATES FOLLOW SUIT? WE SPEAK WITH RETURNING GUEST REV. JIM HARDEN, CEO OF COMPASSCARE PREGNANCY SERVICES IN ROCHESTER, NY.By NewsRadio WFLA (WFLA-AM)
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For almost seven centuries, two powers dominated the region we now call the Middle East: Rome and Persia. From the west: The Roman Republic, later the Roman Empire, later the Byzantine Empire. From the East: The Parthian Empire, later replaced by the Sasanian Empire. The two ancient superpowers spent centuries fighting for influence, paying each ot…
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As per William Shakespeare, ‘all the world’s a stage’. But what if the human soul was a stage too? What if the stage of the world and the stage of the soul coincided? And what if the soul was also the main character of the play? These questions are at the core of Eugenio Refini's book Staging the Soul: Allegorical Drama as Spiritual Practice in Bar…
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In this week's episode we’re heading down to Mendocino County in Northern California to talk to an incredible hiker who is blending her love for hiking and fly fishing on her outdoor adventures. Her name is Meghan and you can follow her on Instagram, @shmeegins_adventures Meghan shares with us some of the incredible places she’s been able to call h…
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In Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022), Ian MacAllen traces the evolution of traditional Italian-American cuisine, often referred to as “red sauce Italian,” from its origins in Italy to its transformation in America into a new, distinct cuisine. It is a fascinating social and culinary history exploring the integ…
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A NEW BRIEF HAS BEEN FILED IN THE SUPREME COURT BY A LEGAL GROUP REGARDING EFFORTS TO REMOVE DONALD TRUMP FROM THE BALLOT IN THIS YEAR’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. WE SPEAK WITH RETURNING GUEST LAUREN BOWMAN, SPOKESWOMAN FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST LEGAL FOUNDATION AND FORMER MEMBER OF THE TRUMP WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS TEAM.…
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The Roman singer, courtesan, and writer Margherita Costa won prominence and fame across the courts of Italy and France during the mid-seventeenth century. She secured a steady stream of elite patrons – including popes, queens, grand dukes, and influential cardinals – while male poets and librettists wrote celebratory poetry on her behalf. In additi…
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Roman imperial epic is enjoying a moment in the sun in the twenty-first century, as Lucan, Valerius Flaccus, Statius, and Silius Italicus have all been the subject of a remarkable increase in scholarly attention and appreciation. Lucan and Flavian Epic (Brill, 2023) characterizes and historicizes that moment, showing how the qualities of the poems …
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In this week's episode we’re talking with an amazing hiker whose currently based out of Tennessee but spent some time out here in Eastern WA, which served as his launchpad into Idaho and Montana, his name is Monte and you can follow him on Instagram at @monte_jr5 Monte shares with us some of his favorite outdoor and hiking destinations in and aroun…
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REBECCA CHOPP WAS DIAGNOSED WITH EARLY-STAGE ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE FOUR AND A HALF YEARS AGO AND WAS TOLD THAT IN SIX MONTHS SHE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO BUTTON HER BLOUSE. FAST FORWARD TO TODAY AND NOT ONLY IS SHE THRIVING (DESPITE THE ODDS) BUT SHE’S ALSO WORKING TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE DISEASE.By NewsRadio WFLA (WFLA-AM)
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