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Legal Anatomy of Current Events is a weekly podcast that will be reviewing a wide range of national topics and the legal issues involved. Gary Bell and Brad Pollock are Denver lawyers and their law firm is Bell & Pollock. We are lawyers, experts, and advocates and our mission is to educate you on the law and how these national topics may affect you, delivered in a plain-language explanation of the law. Learn about what’s happening regarding the most pressing legal issues of our time in a non ...
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He’s skeptical. She’s spooky. Together they explore the unknown, unsolved, unbelievable, and just plain weird. With a shared passion for history and the truth, Sean & Carrie realized they could bring their different perspectives to the world of crime, the paranormal, and the inexplicable. Sean’s sharp eye on the logical and Carrie’s open mind to the unexplainable combine in every episode for an informative hour with a lighter touch.
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@AuManufacturing Conversations with Brent Balinski is a regular interview program, bringing you discussions with the men and women who are contributing to a critical part of the economy -- one that leads private sector R&D investment, employs well over a million Australians, and is just plain important to have around, as we’ve all been reminded in recent years. We hope to capture something of the variety to manufacturing, its place in the nation, its changing nature, and some of the personal ...
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Jay Moore highlights Abilene's history "in plain sight" in this weekly audio segment. As a native Abilenian and history teacher at Abilene High School, this series explores the history of Abilene, Texas, by focusing on reminders of the past we unknowingly pass every day. Whether it be a street, building, park or stone wall, Jay gives us a glimpse into our rich history by taking us beyond the visible, but often ignored, sights.
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Storytelling from a mobil 1956 Kenskill trailer Chipper Bro interviews amazing friends from around the world where you will hear some life changing stories from purpose driven business leaders, athletes, surfers, skateboarders, Frisbee disc players, activists, writers, artists and plain gnarly people from all walks of life. Stories From the Trailer features some of Chipper Bro's most personal and interesting stories of his cool friends, his Frisbee journeys and lots of talk about forward thi ...
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Fresh Kills is a podcast collection of original short stories by the authors of the popular literary blog The Kill Zone. Reminiscent of the Twilight Zone, these killer tales vary from the paranormal to the chilling to the just plain scary. Each delivers a finely crafted tale that will keep you clicking through the pages. Contributors to the podcast version include these award winning and best selling authors: John Gilstrap, Michelle Gagnon, James Scott Bell, Kathryn Lilley, John Ramsey Mille ...
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DISCARDED: Tales from the Threat Research Trenches is a podcast for security practitioners, intelligence analysts, and threat hunters looking to learn more about the threat behaviors and attack patterns. Each episode you’ll hear real world insights from our researchers about the latest trends in malware, threat actors, TTPs, and more. Welcome to DISCARDED
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Welcome to The Stupid Sequels Podcast, the podcast where we find truly terrible movies and give them all the attention they don’t deserve. Each episode we’ll discuss exactly what made such a horrible sequel from casting to budget to just plain bad writing. Now while there are plenty of awful sequels out there we have a few guidelines about the kind of movies we’ll be reviewing. We’re talking about direct to video, made for tv, never appeared in a theatre sequels. The ones the studios gave up ...
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It's the latest news on the oldest stories. Join three (slightly clueless) fans of history and archaeology for a comical take on the latest news about the past from historical, archaeological and scientific research. See some fake reviews below! "There must be someone who likes stuff like this, surely" - Supportive friends and family "It does a great job of keeping the cats calm when there's fireworks." - Barbara from number 32 "This is the trouble with using shuffle in store, you get stuff ...
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John Keats is perhaps the most talented poet of the English Romantic Period. Although his life was cut short by disease at the age of 25, he produced some of the most famous poems in world literature. Less erudite and philosophical than Shelley and not so technically versatile as Byron, he displayed a sure poetic instinct and an amazing ability to appeal powerfully to the senses and to the emotions by the brilliance of his diction. Thus his poetry is noted more for exquisite feeling than for ...
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This week we tackle the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft, one of the most notorious and high-value art heists of all time. One March night in Boston, 1990, two men donned police disguises to enter the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Once inside, they subdued security and walked off with a collection of art potentially valued at over…
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In this episode you will meet my dear friend, Eduardo Garcia. A celebrity American Chef, Avid world class hunter, surfer, fisherman, and wild foods explorer. We met up here in Ventura late spring 2024. Eduardo, my wife Kelly and I had a sunset-moonrise beach cooked dinner in a sandy shack on the beach in West Ventura. It was so cool to see the fire…
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On the May 17 Friday LIVE , host Genevieve Randall and guests talk about: Salt Creek Song Festival; Bluebarn's new production; Nathan Murray's bust of Malcolm X that he created for the state capitol; The Fabulous Accordion Festival; Brad Balukjian's new book THE SIX PACK: On the Road in Search of WrestleMania; and Chadron Open Art. Also, poetry fro…
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On the May 10 Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests talk about: Larksong Spring Festival; new exhibitions at Constellation Studios and West Nebraska Arts Center; Bob Hall's exhibition of his comic book art at Ming Toy Gallery; The Yorkshire Playhouse’s production of "The Cemetery Club;" Nebraska Wesleyan University Choirs concert; TADA’s S…
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The Supreme Court’s recent decision to take a case challenging how the Justice Department prosecutes January 6 rioters has already put on hold several rioters’ sentencings and could affect hundreds more cases — including Donald Trump’s. If the challenge is successful, the Supreme Court could potentially wipe away two of the four counts that special…
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This week, we're celebrating all kinds of mums - but no, that isn't in observance of America's Mother's Day holiday this upcoming Sunday! No, the collection of mums we're discussing are of a decidedly drier type: mummified human remains. And these aren't the millennia-old corpses of ancient Egyptian Pharoahs; no, all the mummies we're discussing co…
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The Discarded Podcast team is gearing up and working hard for a new season! Until then we have a special Re-Run treat--one of our favorite episodes! Enjoy! Engineering skills can play a massively beneficial role in cyber security, as Pim Trouerbach, a Senior Reverse Engineer at Proofpoint and Jacob Latonis, Senior Threat Research Engineer at Proofp…
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On the May 3 Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests talk about: violinist Joshua Bell's concert; Norfolk Art Center's 17th Annual Juried Show; “Pictures At An Exhibition” concert by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra; the next Nebraska Communities Playhouse production; a play at the Lincoln Community Playhouse; Jason Horner's last concert directi…
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This week we're tackling the "ancient astronaut" hypothesis: the idea that ancient humans had repeated contact with extraterrestrials that is borne out in their myths, art, and monumental achievements. How were the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Moai of Easter Island erected without modern technology? Could the Bible, the myths of the Babylonians an…
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Welcome to this special episode of @AuManufacturing Conversations with Brent Balinski, one which we're running as part of our quest to identify Australia’s 50 Most Innovative Manufacturers. The 50 Most Innovative is an annual campaign by @AuManufacturing. This time around it has been made possible through the generous support of MYOB, CSIRO, the NS…
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On the April 26 Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests chat about: “Delights & Shadows: A Tribute to Nebraska Poet Ted Kooser;" a guitar ensemble performance in a planetarium in Chadron: Lincoln Calling; Wessels Living History Farm; The Wartburg Choir; First Friday Jazz with Jackie Allen, Hans Sturm and more on May 3; The Nebraska Brass; Ag…
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Last week we shared the first half of the dramatic tale of one of America's so-called "Crimes of the Century" - the kidnapping, and tragic murder, of Charles Lindbergh Jr., toddler son to one of the most famous men in the world: aviator Charles Lindbergh. In this, our 2nd and final part, we detail the painstaking investigation that eventually led t…
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On the April 19 Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests chat about: Signe Baumane's film and appearance at the Ross Media Arts Center; NWU's Big Sing!; Daniel Simon's events at Francie and Finch and UNL; Philip Daniel's concerts in Hastings and Omaha; Constellation 13; and the Nebraska Rep's production of "Big Fish. Also, poetry by Siwar Mas…
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On the night of March 1st, 1932, little Charles Lindbergh Jr. was tucked into his crib for a good night's sleep. Mere hours later, the family nurse discovered that Charles Jr. was no longer in his bed...nor was he anywhere else to be found. The disappearance kicked off the beginning of one of America's so-called "crimes of the century", and one of …
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