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Best Bar Girl podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Bar Girl podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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True Crime Brewery is a true crime podcast unlike any other! Husband and wife, Jill and Dick, use their medical knowledge and life experiences to take a deep dive into some of the most fascinating crimes from all over the world. Just for fun, Dick uses his expertise as a craft beer lover to review and/or recommend beers from the regions where each crime occurred. Meet them at the quiet end of the bar for a craft brew and a no-holds-barred true crime discussion.
 
Two hot babes tour the hotspots nationwide in search of the perfect mixed drinks. But Hollywood on Ice is more than a how-to-make-the-hottest drinks show. It is a weekly magazine show. Host Karen Posada and her co-host, Mary Griffin take you behind the velvet ropes to show you legendary hotspots, meet the celebs, and introduce you to the hottest bartenders who show you how to make their favorite drinks. How cool is that?
 
Join comedian and author Rachel Dratch as she discusses her new book “Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle” her hilarious memoir about her career, her ups and downs and becoming a mother when she least expected. Filled with great behind-the-scenes anecdotes from Dratch's time on SNL, “Girl Walks into a Bar...” is a refreshing version of the "happily ever after" story that proves female comics-like bestsellers Tina Fey and Chelsea Handler-are ...
 
Congratulations! You’ve found the world’s premier bar and restaurant-themed podcast. "Vortex Radio" will bring you some of the most authentic discussions about the bar business and the hospitality industry that you're likely to find anywhere, and from every angle imaginable. Hosted by Michael Benoit (Co-owner of The Vortex) and Rebecca Taub (General Manager of our Midtown location), podcast guests will include working servers and bartenders, other bar and restaurant owners, chefs, customers, ...
 
Disney Parks and Beyond is a Disney podcast for kids and grown ups. The show is an irreverent look at all things Disney parks by a British team of people who really know their stuff about Disney parks & movies. If you like Disney you’ll love D P & B. Please check out our Patreon Page https://www.patreon.com/afterdarknetwork We are the founding member of The After Dark Podcast Network
 
Take your mind off life for a while. Our Podcast is comprised of 2 Firefighters from New York (Kev & Sully), a Law Enforcement Analyst from California (Crystal), a LEO from NY (Lauren) and Marine Veteran/Model "The Combat Barbie" (Rianna). They originally created the podcast for First Responders and combatting the effects of PTSD through comedy and entertainment. We like to think of the show as sitting around a mid-summer campfire with friends. Being so easily relatable, you can come and lis ...
 
Off the back of their success on Scroobius Pips Drunkast, Pips sidekicks Chris & Stu launched the now formidable their podcast Hardcore Listing. A podcast based around Top 5 lists. Hardcore Listing sees Chris and Stu discuss with each other as well as a host of special guests a list of top 5 stuffs! This maybe, records, gigs, TV shows, films, drunk stories, buffet food and lord knows what else. Generally recorded in Stu’s home bar The Whiff Inn, you should expect laughs, beers and the occasi ...
 
Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She’ll host intimate, funny and super honest conversations with musicians, actors, writers and comedians who are killing it in their fields — AND who aren’t white dudes! Stay tuned for the one token white guy (it’s only fair), cameos by Phoebe’s ball-busting executive producer Ilana Glazer, and a whole lot of hijinks. WNYC Studios is a listener-supporte ...
 
Private Parts Unknown (the podcast formerly known as Reality Bytes) is a comedy-sex-travel podcast uncovering stories of love & sexuality around the world. Best friends Courtney Kocak & Sofiya Alexandra bring you along as they traipse from country to country exploring sex, relationships, dating & different types of food poisoning. Private Parts Unknown is a proud member of Pleasure Podcasts. For network details, contact cameron@pleasurepodcasts.com.
 
Unfiltered and Unapologetic, Jesse Kelly is the greatest mind of the 21st century now on demand. From history to politics to pizza The Jesse Kelly Show has it all in a no nonsense kind of way. Whether you're a veteran like Jesse, or just a good ol fashion red blooded American, the show has something for everyone. “Jesse Kelly brings intelligence, unique insight, and cutting humor to the world of political commentary.” — Jesse Kelly
 
Random topic + Random music genre = Song salad. Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music. Can they successfully create a song using both? Can we be a little looser with the word "successfully"?
 
Experience a side of Dr. Phil McGraw you may have been missing as he delves into the minds of the most interesting and accomplished people in the world today. From celebrities to ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, to the world’s leading experts and “disrupters,” every guest will be provocative, informative and relevant. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
 
The setting is today. The male of the species has been cowered to near extinction by a combination of privileged white girl Soul Cycle feminism and excessive pass interference calls in football. From their drunken repose at a Hollywood area bar and pizza joint, Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston broadcast the last bastion of masculine thought to a dispersed audience of survivors. Like a giant dick beacon, if that’s your thing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Art of the Drink TV is an educational web video series starring professional Bar Instructor and Bar Chef Anthony Caporale. In each episode you'll be treated to a new drink recipe including step-by-step instructions on how it's prepared, and each month you'll be treated to a new Drinkart Girl as co-host! Collect all the episodes and compile your own free bartending library!http://www.artofthedrink.compodcast@artofthedrink.com
 
Want to drop fat by eating ridiculously well and exercising less? Whether you’re into Intermittent Fasting, Keto, Paleo, Plant-Based, Wild, Carnivore or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries.
 
Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: taking care of themselves, their families and living their God-given purpose. Every episode will help you to simplify your motherhood. Chanelle Neilson is a mother of 5 kids with a passion for marriage and family, simple living, and personal growth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What happens as two New York snowflakes become first-time fathers? Find out as they do on Papas Don’t Preach, a bi-weekly talk show that takes a humorous and candid look at fatherhood from their gen-x perspectives. Ben is a bar-owner/entrepreneur sharing parenting duties for a toddler boy with his girlfriend/partner Gina in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and Matt is a video editor/filmmaker who has an infant baby girl in Astoria, Queens with his wife, Sara. Join Benny & Matty on their personal journey ...
 
#LiveLoveThrive Talk Show Host and Producer, #CatherineGray empowers her listeners by sharing the stories of fascinating #womeninfluencers who are doing extraordinary work in the world! Catherine is an award-winning #documentary #filmmaker who enjoys telling these #amazingwomen's #truestories through her authentic and energetic #storytelling interview style. The show is recorded weekly in Burbank CA and is distributed on #ApplePodcast, #iHeartRadio, #Spotify, and on all popular podcast chann ...
 
If you want to know what's going down in Tinseltown, Celebrity Buzz's Emily Stone's your girl. With her wacky sense of humor and insider knowledge about everything from Lindsay's latest meltdown to Madonna's newest boy-toy, Emily's more than your average, everyday celeb chronicler. Find out what she's buzzing about (Britney, J.Lo, Brad, Jen) now.
 
It's a Great Day to be a J-Hawk. Listen as the J-Hawk Sports Network Nate Clayberg goes on the move with coaches, players and whoever else wants to jump in the truck and drive around Jesup talking about what is going in the world surrounding the Jesup J-Hawk activities in northeast Iowa. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/j-hawks-on-the-move/support
 
Crackpot startup guys Craig and Dan talk about your wild business ideas and startup questions. Got a crackpot business idea of your own? Email us at SPARKTANKME@GMAIL.COM - if we pick your idea to feature on the podcast, we’ll send you some authentic Spark Tank swag!
 
Dj Phase is a Seattle area native with humble beginnings - two turntables, a Radio Shack mixer, and his parent’s dusty records in the 90’s. Passion, dedication, a lot of practice and even more luck, Dj Phase crawled out of the basement into some of the biggest nightclubs and radio. Now, with over a decade of radio mix shows up and down the west coast plus his weekly radio shows on 106.1 KISSFM and POWER933, he has become a household name in the northwest. He has also been featured on MOVIN 9 ...
 
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Jesse Kelly explains why the BLM movement has nothing to do with equality and everything to do with power. After a weekend of endless violence and the death of an 8 yr old girl, the Atlanta Mayor has the gall to blame Trump! And a little girl has a snack attack move that Jesse says every husband will want to steal!…
 
A cohort of Texas bakers has organized another Bakers Against Racism fundraiser that is taking place this week to raise money for social justice organizations in the state. Fueled by a one-ton flour donation from Barton Springs Mill in Dripping Springs, bakers in Austin, Houston and San Antonio are taking orders this week for baked goods that they’…
 
It’s the opposite of “howdy”: This year’s State Fair of Texas has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement on the event’s website. The annual Lone Star State destination in Dallas’ Fair Park is a hallmark of Texas pride, from the giant Big Tex figure that greets guests to the bevy of outrageous fried food creations to…
 
The company that owns the Austin American-Statesman has signed a lease for more than 34,000 square feet of space at MetCenter, a corporate business park that the newspaper will move into next year in Southeast Austin, near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper company, signed a 10-year-lease that starts Jul…
 
The Bastrop County Elections Department has received over 4,000 requests for mail-in ballots this election cycle, more than doubling the department’s previous high water mark of 1,800 requests set in 2018. Of the 4,000 requests for mail-in ballots, the Bastrop County Elections Department had received, 2,358 completed ballots back as of Monday. The …
 
A free coronavirus testing site began operating in Bastrop County on Tuesday as Austin Public Health, in partnership with the county, expands the virus testing network. Bastrop County residents are now able to fill out an Austin Public Health testing enrollment form, and if they qualify, they can schedule a free drive-thru test at Mayfest Park in B…
 
Ramón Galindo — World War II veteran, successful businessman, internationally known magician, and historian who captured Austin life with his camera well into his later years — died last week in his sleep in the Travis Heights home he had shared for more than six decades with his late wife, Pauline Santos Galindo. He was 99. From fighting in the Ba…
 
A member of the University of Texas custodial services team has died as a result of the coronavirus, the university announced Tuesday. This was the school’s first coronavirus-related death. In May, UT reported a cluster of cases in 11 custodial workers. UT has been tracking cases of the virus in students, faculty and staff members during the past f…
 
Michael Morton — a man who, like former Leander High School football player Greg Kelley, was wrongfully convicted in Williamson County — says his experience with county prosecutors couldn’t have been worse, and their depiction in a new documentary about Kelley’s exoneration rings false. Morton says the five-part series “Outcry,” which aired Sunday …
 
How risky is it to eat in a restaurant? Spend a day at the beach? Hug a friend or get a haircut? The Texas Medical Association released a chart late last week that might help in answering the questions Texans find themselves asking as they continue to adjust to life during the coronavirus pandemic. The chart ranked opening the mail as the least ris…
 
Austin Public Health reported 73 new coronavirus admissions Tuesday and a rolling 7-day average for new admissions of 74.8. Austin public health officials have said Stage 5 precautionary measures, which would approach a full lockdown of the city, would be triggered when the rolling average reaches at least 70. But in a tweet Tuesday evening, Austin…
 
As coronavirus cases spike across Central Texas and the rest of the state, local officials said they are preparing the Austin Convention Center as a field hospital for 1,500 coronavirus patients. The site will be ready to be opened on July 20, said former Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt. The field hospital won’t be opened if it’s not needed. Eck…
 
Announcing guidelines for returning students to the classrooms this fall, the Texas Education Agency said Tuesday that although on-campus learning will be offered every day, parents will have the choice between sending students to school or having them taught remotely. The agency is asking that parents who choose remote instruction commit to a full…
 
Andrea Leadsom, Former Business Secretary & Conservative MP discusses the Chancellor’s mini Budget set to be announced today. Josh Hardie, Deputy Director General of The CBI on what the budget will mean for British industry. Julia is also joined by Graham Wettone, Policing Analyst. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Business Secretary Alok Sharma defends the Prime Minister's controversial comments about care homes. Nadra Ahmed OBE, Chairman of The National Care Association on her sector's fury as Boris Johnson accuses care homes over high Covid-19 death toll. Julia is also joined by Anne Longfield OBE, Children’s Commissioner for England who has warned the cor…
 
Recorded live on June 19th, this benefit for The NAACP Legal Defense Fund features some of our greatest guests of all time, including Paget Brewster, Paul F. Tompkins, Laser Malena-Webber, Janet Varney, Travis McElroy, and more!By Symphony Sanders, Cecil Baldwin, Janet Varney, Paul F Tompkins, Laser Malena-Webber, Lindsey Kelk, Travis McElroy, Meg Bashwiner, Eric Edelstein, Danielle Radford, Paget Brewster
 
Jesse Kelly says the lockdowns are doing real harm to America's children and that they need to go back to school in the fall to avoid further damage. Sports figures are beginning to comment on politics more and more and the NBA is even letting them wear jerseys with social issues on them. Americans likes sports because its a fun distraction and has…
 
While most Austin restaurants have juggled takeout and delivery while shifting to the ebbs and flows of dining room capacity limits over the last three months, a stalwart of the Austin dining scene has taken a slower approach to reentry into the new world of dining during a pandemic. Asti Trattoria, the Hyde Park Italian staple from longtime Austin…
 
One of Austin’s most beloved homes of cheese-laden enchiladas and strong margaritas is coming back. Eva and Carmen Hernandez, daughters of late Enchiladas Y Mas co-founder Roe Hernandez, announced on Facebook this week that they have purchased the restaurant from their aunt and uncle, Mary and Robert Martinez, who closed their Anderson Lane restaur…
 
Paraguayan winger Rodney Redes became the first player in Austin’s major league sports history when Austin FC revealed Monday it had hired the 20-year-old. Most fans had not heard of Redes when he was announced Monday morning as Austin FC’s first signing, and most fans of Redes had not heard of Austin FC. Before noon, “Rodney Redes” was the top tre…
 
The Hays school district administration indicated Monday that a change might be coming soon regarding the longtime mascot name — Rebels — for Hays High School. The school district released a statement June 23 regarding a third-party survey sent out to students, teachers and staff members in the district. The survey’s main question was: “How do you …
 
Family Emergency Room, which has been hosting drive-through coronavirus testing in Round Rock and Cedar Park, has opened a second testing site in Cedar Park at 1860 South Lakeline Boulevard. Those who have symptoms of coronavirus or think they might have been exposed to it can sign up for a test time on the Williamson County or Family Hospital Syst…
 
A Capital Metro bus driver who had tested positive for COVID-19 died Sunday, the transit authority said Monday. Cap Metro did not name the operator but said he had been a driver since 2007. The driver’s last day on the job was June 21 and everyone who came in close contact with him has been notified, the statement said. Cap Metro last week reported…
 
A person has died Monday morning after reportedly being “stuck in machinery” in northeast Travis County, E-M-S medics said. Emergency crews responded at 10:30 a.m. to the 15900 block of U.S. 290 East on the westbound side of the highway, a spot about halfway between Manor and Elgin. Austin-Travis County EMS, Elgin Fire Department and Travis County …
 
A Killeen resident charged in the disappearance and death of U.S. Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen at Fort Hood appeared in court Monday morning, federal officials said. Cecily Aguilar, who was charged with conspiracy to tamper with evidence last week, appeared virtually at 11 a.m. in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey C. Manske in Waco, officia…
 
International students who attend a U.S. university that is entirely online this fall will have to leave the country, according to new guidelines announced Monday by federal immigration authorities. Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement said that students holding F-1 or M-1 visas may not take a full online course load and remain in the…
 
About 25,000 Austin-based businesses and nonprofit entities received forgivable loans under the federal program designed to help keep the U.S. economy afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic, equating to a multibillion-dollar — but temporary — life raft for the local economy. The cumulative amount of loans to Austin recipients totals between $2 billio…
 
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner called on the Texas Republican Party on Monday to cancel plans for its in-person convention, which the city’s local health authority warned would be a “super spreader of the virus.” But Turner doesn’t plan to do anything to keep Republicans from holding a live convention next week, and in an evening news appearance in…
 
Texas reached 200,000 total COVID-19 cases Monday, just 17 days after crossing the 100,000 threshold, a figure that took the state nearly four months to hit. The grim milestone came as the state has reported weeks of surging hospitalizations and new cases, and as Gov. Greg Abbott aimed to clamp down on those rising numbers with a statewide mask ord…
 
For the 27th episode of Private Parts Unknown, your hosts Courtney Kocak & Sofiya Alexandra, welcome poet & professor Bridgette Bianca for a conversation about art & activism. We dig into her process as a poet, the power of repetition, the going beyond the inspiration of Langston Hughes, the importance of having intraracial conversations (as well a…
 
Susan Reinert was an English teacher at Upper Merion Area High School in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, when she began dating fellow English teacher William Bradfield. Bradfield was charismatic. In fact, Susan left her husband to carry on a secret relationship with him. On June 25, 1989, Susan’s naked body was found in her car in a hotel parking lo…
 
An announcement from Shannon & Scott on changes to our release schedule for the month of July. Thank you for being so loyal, Vegetarians.Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music. Follow us on Twitter @songsaladcast, check out our website, songsaladpod…
 
Call it a sign of the times. As businesses across the country experience layoffs, furloughs and closures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, sales have skyrocketed for one small and perhaps surprising segment: the yard greeting company. As people have in recent months looked for safe, socially distanced ways to celebrate milestones because of …
 
Throughout the campaign leading up to a crowded Democratic primary in March, and onto the pandemic-delayed July 14 runoff, U.S. Senate candidate MJ Hegar, a decorated Air Force helicopter pilot who was anointed back in December by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee as party’s best bet in 2020, has kept her eye trained on Cornyn — her vari…
 
The Bastrop County Commissioners Court tweaked the county’s firearm discharge ordinance last week to make the rule more clear and enforceable by sheriff’s deputies. The newly-written version of that ordinance, which was approved June 22, has the same legal effect as the previous version, but with cleaned up language. “The discharge of firearms is h…
 
The bats that roost under the Congress Avenue bridge are a tourist attraction, icons for the city, appear in public sculptures, on basketball jerseys and on Austin souvenirs. But with recent media coverage pointing to bats as a possible origin of the new coronavirus, have attitudes changed towards the bats in Austin? Austin’s bat ambassadors hope n…
 
COVID-19, the disease linked to the coronavirus, has slowed or shut down production at many of the nation’s largest meat processing plants, affecting availability and pricing in supermarkets. Consumers in Central Texas have flocked to local farmers to fill their freezers. But while the increased interest in local meat caused a big sales boost for f…
 
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